A Man And His God

There was a, caring and loving, man who’s only desire was to provide and take care of his family. In addition and ultimately, the man’s will was to do his God’s will. The man had no friends or allies but the man walked with God. The man’s God was like a friend to the man, and a warrior that defended the man at all cost. The man had many enemies from the beginning, from birth until his current age. The man had no friends to call on, when he, the man needed help: The man only had his small family, the man’s family was one unit of love, mind, and one Spirit in God.

The man was a fearful man. The man feared men of power and strength, but his God was his power and strength. The man feared people of violence, but his God’s wrath was upon anyone who came against the man. The man trusted his God because from the beginning, his God made a promise to him: “No man shall touch you”. So the man lived boldly and courageously.

Although the man did not know the future of his life, the man lived by faith. Seeing those things that are not as though they were. The man trusted on his God’s sovereignty. Even when his life seemed to be upside down, his God created a safe passage in the man’s journey through the wilderness. For the mans’ God created streams of living waters in dry valley, lead the man through secrete paths out of danger, gave water through stones. His God was the man’s light to his feet, and his God dwelled in the inner most parts of the man’s heart and the man lived in his God’s heart as well, for they were one.

The world, is a fallen place, and man’s nature is evil. Unless man turns his heart and turns from his evil ways, and redirects his life to Yahweh, his life is eternally damned into the lake of never ending flames. Life is simple although life is extremely hard to live but by putting your faith on Him whom they set on the cursed tree, life is beautiful and fruitful. For on that tree, there’s a root and vine and we can do nothing or bear fruit unless we abide in the Son of Man.

Live boldly and courageously, for there’s freedom from the spirit death, by having faith in his name (Yeshua Hamashiach).

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