The Best Judge Of Character

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The Best Judge Of Character

18 Apr 2018 12:32 am - Permalink | short:
The Best Judge Of Character

I have had the absolute honor and pleasure of spending time with Immanuel (Yeshua Ben Joseph - Jesus) in the kingdom of God. So let me tell you about the Jesus I know and what He is really like.

You won't find a man anywhere, who is more full of true loving kindness and absolute virtue, than the Lord of heaven. He is the perfect gentleman at all times and the epitome of true humility and grace. He is absolutely humble, peaceful, graceful, gracious and softly spoken, with always a kind, encouraging word of eternal wisdom, and is always very joyful and a child-at-heart, with a twinkle in His eye and He hasn't the slightest care in the world or concern for its ways.

Everyone who dwells in God's eternal presence, realm and reality, is just like Him, the spitting image of God's divine nature and characteristics of absolute love and majestic virtuousness, a perfect gentleman or gentlewoman of true love (a saint), and there's no other place I would rather be, than with the family of Christ, in heaven. You won't find a greater bond of true brotherhood, equanimity, cooperation, mutual respect, courtesy, graciousness, honor, integrity, understanding, unity and joyful humor, than in His eternal realm and reality of absolute, undying love that knows no bounds.

When you stand before the Lord for the judgement of your character, He doesn't care how many scriptures you've memorised and can recite like a parrot, how many mysteries you think you've solved, the "position of authority" you think you have, how many good deeds you may have done, etc.

He only has eyes for what's in your heart, the nature that drives you and whether your character comes from the absolutely virtuous (righteous) characteristics of God's divine nature of absolute, undying love, or whether it comes from the characteristics of the instinctual nature's pride, vanity, selfish ambition, lust, desire for creature comforts and fear for survival.

It's a shame that most people are so blinded by their instincts, that they fail to realise we are in a time where scriptures are being fulfilled, right before their very eyes (Luke 14:16-35).

He's had me delivering His invitation, to come out of the world altogether and all together, to live for love (God) with all your heart, mind, body and soul (absolutely), according to His true love's absolute holiness, peacefulness, gracefulness and graciousness, with absolute equanimity, humility and cooperativeness, without the slightest care in the world and like a little child-at-heart, though far from childish, within the halfway house (church) and on social media for years, and I can tell you, I've heard every excuse under the sun and found that most people do not accept or respond to it, from their desire for creature comforts and fear for their survival (how will I live?) or hiss and spit at me like vipers, from their self-righteous pride, vanity and selfish ambition (ego), or just remain sitting on the fence, nodding politely and saying their traditional "Amen".

Oh ye of little faith, when you stand before the Lord, He will ask you, why you did not accept the invitation and respond to it, and if you make any excuse, He will call me in to testify and ask me if I delivered the invitation like He asked me to, and my answer will simply be, "You know it Lord!"

"Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. Many will say to Me in that day, 'Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done many wonders in Your name?' And then I will declare to them, 'I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness!'"Matthew 7:21-23

Let those who have the ears to hear and eyes to see, get the picture...



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