God Will Never Forsake You If You Don’t Turn Away from Him

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  1. Blair Bodan says:

    Simona,
    Thank you. How funny I feel wondering if Satan would deceive you when, for so long, I have still not been fully aware and through Him, used you as a catylst to remove the final deception and revealed the true reality I have sought, found, doubted, then walked, fell and slept and then woke up. It is so hard to lead but all that I was taught through my greatest deception also has all the keys that I need to keep walking forward. I look forward to hearing more from you and I hope to see the greatest joy of my life through my fear in God. Take care my sister.
    -Blair

  2. Here’s a little sharper focus in “Speak[ing] Your […my] Mind”: I hope and trust, “…my conversation be as it becoming the Gospel of Christ” (Philippians 1:27).

    The context of the prophet of the LORD’s proclamation was King Asa’s struggle in accepting the extraordinary bestowal of God’s “amazing & beautiful & continual Grace”: (2 Chronicles 16:8cde) “..and did not He deliver them into your […King Asa] hands, because you […King Asa] trust in the LORD?” And how I believe this ancient incident relates to the Christian’s daily walk, relatively to our Repentance & Regeneration …

    Specifically in love, here’s the horror (Philippians 2:6-8; Hebrews 5:8; Romans 5:19b); though each of the Divine Persons “mutually indwell one another” and was never to be communicatively (John 4:34; 5:30; 6:39;14:24) separated (John 1:1-4, John 10:30; John 17:22bc): the Eternal Father & the Eternal Spirit, for a moment forsook (Mark 15:34; Matthew 27:46) that deep & extraordinary, & profound loving communion with the Eternal begotten Son.

    The effectual blessing & it’s effectual implication (Titus 2:1; 2 Timothy 3:16): to assure and confirm the “amazing & beautiful & continual (Romans 5:5) Grace” (experienced even by you Ms. Rich, and others, who have repented and have been regenerated) so that the Eternal Father, equally by the Eternal Son, & equally through the Eternal Spirit will never forsake His regenerate “sons & daughters” (incl. you Ms. Rich), “fathers & mothers” (Ephesians 1:5-6; 1 John 3:1; Hebrews 2:10-18; John 1:12;) whom, He loved and redeemed for a lifetime and beyond: those (John 15:7, 9, 10, 11; John 17:20-23) in whom He sees His Eternal Son, who (“…both in life and in death … not [their] own, but belong to [their] faithful Saviour Jesus Christ, who, with His precious blood has fully satisfied for all [their] sins…”).

    Therefore, it is always by our Incarnate & Resurrected Eternal LORD Jesus Christ the WORD, and equally always through the Eternal Holy Spirit, that this particular “amazing & beautiful & continual (Romans 5:5) Grace” of the Eternal Father, is extraordinarily bestowed with us (John 14:23; Hebrews 13:5cd): moreover, to be relatively trusted upon due to the reality, and its profound occurrence (Ephesians 2:4-8).

    a brother in Christ
    E…
    London.

  3. Indeed, ‘we’re [incl. you Ms. Rich, according to your “testimony”, and others, according to their “testimony”, are…] joined with those who have gone before us (just as those who will come after us will be joined with us) in fellowship through Christ in the Spirit’. Again, how painfully sad (Ephesians 4:30) King Asa, as a king who was familiar with the Eternal Holy Spirit, centuries ago, “missed having his heart being strengthen” by Grace (2 Chronicles 16:9b):and therefore missing out on the “fullness/wealth” of God (Ephesians 3:15-19).

    “And this is the anointing [the Eternal Holy Spirit] from which he receives the name of Christ, which he imparts to us; for why are we called Christians, but because he admits us to his fellowship [which previously wasn’t ‘widely known’ Ephesians 3:8d-10, but now is with the Eternal Father and the Eternal Incarnate & Resurrected Son, in the love & unity of the Eternal Holy Spirit], by distributing to us out of his fullness according to the measure (Ephesians 4:7) of undeserved liberality? And undoubtedly this passage does not so much as teach us what Christ is in himself, as what he received from the Father, that he might enrich us with his wealth”.
    [my emphasises].
    (Calvin, J (Author); Pringle, W (Trans); 2. Isaiah Chapter 11:1-16. Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (Complete) 1844-1856).

    again, support from a brother in Christ.
    E..
    London.

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