Sunday, May 6, 2018

Does this resemble an outside evil entity?

Could this be another aspect of an outside entity devil?

Disclaimer: I will say right off the bat... I am not doing away with the fact, that we must live above sin, Jesus did that... to not do what you know you are not to do, simply don’t do it!...

I’ll tell you one thing that I don’t want to end up having to know.
Is that all you have to do is live above sin and you’re going to make to everlasting life.
What I do want to know is that the only way you’re going to make it is if you crucify your own will.
For, this is the only guarantee that you will never succumb to sin!
If you take away the ability to be tempted you affectively illuminate any availability to sin.

I am not searching for a cheaper way.

Seems to me, for those who are striving to only live above sin,
All they have to do is kill the outside “ites” around them.
But not have to kill the “ites” that are in them.
That would necessitate legalizing the ignoring and avoiding disregarding paying no attention investing no time or energy towards the necessity of your brother, starving him any of your life which he may need.
Saying “am I my brothers keeper?” Like Cain said of Able.

By allowing feeling and emotion to determine where the bar is placed, regarding the status of the individual, instead of an exact “plumb line” established by an absolute foundational principle, by which to go by.

You can put them in a category of an “ite” ... worthy, only of death!

Could this be the “discounted plan of salvation” named: “living above sin”and then “move out a live soul”?

Differentiating from...

When you see Him you shall be like Him...
And every man that hath this hope in him purifies him self even as he is pure.

Jesus never did sin, but He could be tempted with that that was written of that that He wanted.

God cannot be tempted!

So if ever Jesus is going to be like the father he is going to have to get to the place where he cannot be tempted either.
Jesus could do the will of the father all day, long but as long as he can be tempted he is not like a father.

He did not start out perfect! (Purified) he had to purify himself, crucify His own will, as He said in the garden, “not my will but THINE be done”
He was made perfect by the things that HE suffered.

And in Matthew 5:48; He gave us commandment, “BE therefore perfect, even as the Father in heaven is perfect”.

So we CAN get to the place where we cannot be tempted ALSO!

This suffering that he did was the crucifying of his own will.
He had to deny self, suffer long, be His brothers keeper, be considerate and understanding be interested and compassion, be not selfish! He had to kill the “ites” that were in Him. Not cast away into outer darkness (out of site out of mind) people that you consider a stumbling block. Be YE watchful! Don’t kick the stumbling block out of your way so only you make it.

Could it be that a person is an annoyance to you or you don’t understand or maybe you don’t like, so you ignore him, maybe it is because there is something in YOU, that is not right or ugly, instead of them?

Then he got to the place that when the devil came to tempt him he found no place in him.

Only then could He tell Pilate
You have no power at all unless the father give it to you.
Jesus didn’t have to worry about killing all the ites around him.

John 18:36
36 Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence.

But crucifying your own will which is purifying yourself even as He is pure.
That is the killing off of all the bad that it is in you, therefore the bad that is around you cannot have any dominion over you.
This is the arming of yourself with the armor of Christ.

A person who is crucifying his own will, (mortifying the deeds of his own flesh) and IS his brothers keeper, would think twice before he marked his brother (fellow soldier) as an “ite” or an enemy, to be ignored and avoided and disfellowshipped resulting in the eliminating of the influence of his brother so that he would not be an annoyance to him anymore.

A person that would do this will find himself on the battlefield by himself to fight the real enemy that could have been conquered by a brothers keeper unified force!

Jesus did not come show us how to live above sin. We already know how to do THAT! All you got to do is not do what you know you’re not to do. And just simply DO what you know to do. Plain and simply put.
He came to show us how to do something that we did not know how to do.
He showed us how to eradicate the cause of sin.

I don’t want to JUST LIVE above sin.
I want to BE above sin!

Proverbs 26:20

20 Where no wood is, there the fire goeth out:

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