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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

The Paralysis of Pride



The Paralysis of Pride a loss of function especially when involving the motion or sensation that plays a tremendous part when it comes to salvation. Redeeming mankind from their sin in the body of Christ. God knew a way for humanity to be saved and here comes the Paralysis of pride. Stepping in the lives of those that God has chosen before the foundation of the world. The Paralysis of Pride is Gods testing ground for those he truly love.  It is a testing ground to see who will stick or who will stay. Thinking sort of like being marry to love your spouse as Christ love the church. Or because you want what you desire you’re willing to give up what God has put in your vineyard to take care of. But you allow pride to step in and corrupt your mind now look at you. You have to repeat second grade. Starting all over again, but that too is ok because God is a God of another chance.  You cannot blame God for your actions you brought it on yourself. But God continues to love you although you will face the consequence of your action. Whether its life or death you brought it on yourself. I have come to believe that God set Satan up because God knows all things. Satan could not even complete his sentence he was thrown out of heaven. Which tells us that God already knew his agenda.  It is a state of desire power that stem from wanting something so badly that pride interferes in the pigment of the mind cause there function to render powerlessness or incapacity. The Paralysis of Pride have cause men to kill to steal and destroy surely this is the root of Satan vineyard to capture the minds of people to be prideful. Pride shows us this picture of ones action to be in the frontline and will cause death to anyone that desires to get or stand in their way. It stench of death causing many to cross the boundaries to a fatal and lethal blow that will impair people into a spiritual death.  It’s as if you put yourself on death row and   lethal injection with poison that we alone cause on self because it is always an individual incapacitated by infancy conditions that entraps the minds of Gods people.  For example pride does not have the legal ability to enter into holy ground its desire is all about me this is mine and come join us. A challenge to the validity of a will often turns on a claim that is insecure causing the dead in Christ to testify on those that are doing the will of God.  They lacked the capacity to understand however allow intimidation to be persistent as drunkenness on those surrounding there click in whom God looks on as fools and idiots. Jesus regarding calling someone a fool is in the context of doing it out of unrighteous anger, which does not fit the later citations of Jesus labeling the hypocritical Pharisees as fools. (Psalm 14:1)--"The fool has said in his heart, "There is no God." They are corrupt, they have committed abominable deeds; There is no one who does well."(Matthew 23:17)--"You fools and blind men! Which is more important, the gold or the temple that sanctified the gold?" Satan voluntary act of limitation does not, in general, commence to run till the incapacity has been removed by God because of the Paralysis of a prideful person. Many times all it takes is and forgive me Lord or I am sorry to remove the stimulation of wrong. But because of pride the movement in the heavenly body caused injury and disease to many people which causes the spinal cord to be cut from the person once loving God to using clicks as Satan took, 1/3 of the angels in heaven to come against an undefended God. It is the same in leadership or ministry. Seeing with my own eyes how people are so filled with pride they never apologize for the errors done to a leaders however being a leader we take them back with open arms but not when it comes to your personal family all they what to do is take.  And once they get it they want to give it back and then it just too late. As it was with Satan it’s all about me this is mine and come join us. Satan was once an angelic supreme angel in heaven now a disease characterized a state of helpless stoppage, inactivity, or inability to act on life only to kill steal and destroy.  He lost his movement and place of position because he desire what he was incapable to do. So he now dictates and try’s to imitate God and falsify His actions by faking the light that only Gods brings to the surface of human reality. Satan’s fall from heaven is symbolically described in Isaiah 14:12-14 and Ezekiel 28:12-18. While these two passages are referring specifically to the kings of Babylon and Tyre, they also reference the spiritual power behind those kings, namely, Satan. These passages describe why Satan fell, but they do not specifically say when the fall occurred. What we do know is this: the angels were created before the earth (Job 38:4-7). Satan fell before he tempted Adam and Eve in the Garden (Genesis 3:1-14). Satan’s fall, therefore, must have occurred somewhere after the time the angels were created and before he tempted Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Whether Satan’s fall occurred a few minutes, hours, or days before he tempted Adam and Eve in the Garden, Scripture does not specifically say. The book of Job tells us, at least at that time, Satan still had access to heaven and to the throne of God. “One day the angels came to present themselves before the LORD, and Satan also came with them. The LORD said to Satan, ’Where have you come from?’ Satan answered the LORD, ‘From roaming through the earth and going back and forth in it’” (Job 1:6-7). Apparently at that time, Satan was still moving freely between heaven and earth, speaking to God directly and answering for his activities. At what point God discontinued this access is unknown. Why did Satan fall from heaven? Satan fell because of pride. What I come to find out if there is too many Gods in the pulpit today. Everyone desires the position of Lording over people. And those who don’t are accuse of Lording over people. Satan desired to be God, not to be a servant of God. It seems to me that even in the last days men will become lovers of self.  Lording over their wives and children as if their foot stool. Forgetting that they belong to God. In all fairness it is pride and not different than pride because you are the head of the household or you were the pants does not give you the right to Lord over a person life. Don’t get me wrong there is a difference when you’re in a position of authority and the person needs to know how to do something. However when you Lord over someone you take what is not yours to take. Whether it in position, wife, husband and children they all belong to God. And we the people of God have to watch how we say and walk in leadership for we are servants of the most High God from the pulpit to the door, if you Notice the many “I will...” statements in Isaiah 14:12-15. Ezekiel 28:12-15 describes Satan as an exceedingly beautiful angel. Satan was likely the highest of all angels, the most beautiful of all of God's creations, but he was not content in his position. Instead, Satan desired to be God, to essentially “kick God off His throne” and take over the rule of the universe. Satan wanted to be God, and interestingly enough, that is what Satan tempted Adam and Eve with in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:1-5). How did Satan fall from heaven? Actually, a fall is not an accurate description. It would be far more accurate to say God cast Satan out of heaven (Isaiah 14:15; Ezekiel 28:16-17). Satan did not fall from heaven; rather, Satan was pushed out of heaven. Because He was trying to be something that He was not, and that was God. 

Monday, December 29, 2014

Pastora Care is not easy



(1 Timothy 1:3-7)

In its most general sense, pastoral care refers to the ministries/services usually performed by a pastor. Some denominations of the Christian faith use the phrase to refer to more specific aspects of a pastor’s ministry, such as counseling and visitation. The core idea of “pastoral care” is that pastors are to care. The word pastor comes from the Latin word for “shepherd.” A pastor is to be a shepherd or caretaker of God’s flock. “Be shepherds of God's flock that is under your care, serving as overseers—not because you must, but because you are willing, as God wants you to be; not greedy for money, but eager to serve; not lording it over those entrusted to you, but being examples to the flock” (1 Peter 5:2-3, emphasis added).Many people have a misunderstanding of what exactly pastors do, thinking that their primary responsibility is preaching on Sunday. The joke that pastors only work one day a week could not be further from the truth. Beyond preparing and delivering a sermon, pastors provide biblical counseling, visit the sick and injured in hospitals, and disciple members of the congregation through phone calls, lunch meetings, and other social engagements. Many pastors serve as chaplains in hospitals, the military, workplaces, schools, and prisons. All of these ministries are aspects of pastoral care. In reality, pastoral-care ministries are just as valuable as the delivery of a sermon. Caring for a person who is struggling with a difficulty, being present during a time of pain, praying with someone in a crisis these are the moments when spiritual breakthroughs occur. However I come to find out that many that are put in that position in a church with a Senior Pastor are disrespected. Although they love hard and people do not understand them because they also carried a mantle as a prophet. Misunderstood men and women of God. Only God know so please don’t judge. Least you also will be judge.  Ministering through a good, biblically sound sermon is absolutely necessary. But ministering through a personal touch, pastoral care, is just as important. And many silly women want that personal touch which is unspoken of. .There is another meaning of pastoral care that should be mentioned. Recognizing the tremendous amount of stress and burn-out many pastors experience, there are some ministries that use the phrase “pastoral care” to refer to ministry to pastors. Secluded locations where pastors can get away for a time, counseling ministries to pastors and their families, and even the pastoring of pastors are aspects of this form of pastoral care. Perhaps the best understanding of pastoral care is that pastors are to care for us, and we are to care for our pastors. The saying is trustworthy: If anyone aspires to the office of overseer, he desires a noble task. Therefore an overseer1 must be above reproach, the husband of one wife, 2 sober-minded, and self-controlled, respectable, hospitable, babble to teach, not a drunkard, not violent but gentle, not quarrelsome, not a lover of money. He must manage his own household well, with all dignity keeping his children submissive, for if someone does not know how to manage his own household, how will he care for god’s church? He must not be a recent convert, or he may become puffed up with conceit and fall into the condemnation of the devil. Moreover, he must be well thought of by outsiders, so that he may not fall into disgrace, into ha snare of the devil. Life filled with critical concerns no place to run nor hide from God as with Jonah Jonah’s reason for running was that, quite simply, he did not like the Assyrians. Assyria was an idolatrous, proud, and ruthless nation bent on world conquest and had long been a threat to Israel. When God sent Jonah as a missionary to the capital, Nineveh, the prophet balked. At the end of his story, Jonah specifies his reason for resistance: “That is why I was so quick to flee to Tar shish. I knew that you are a gracious and compassionate God, slow to anger and abounding in love, a God who relents from sending calamity” (Jonah 4:2). In other words, Jonah wanted Nineveh to be destroyed. He felt they deserved God’s judgment. Jonah didn’t want to see God’s mercy extended to his enemies, and he knew in his heart that God’s intention was to show mercy. Jonah discovered that God’s salvation is available to all who repent, not just to the people of Jonah’s choosing.is this more evident than in the pastoral responsibilities  There is so much responsibility of those that leads even Moses struck the rock in anger. There are times we too will strike at someone or something. This is our fleshly side we must not fulfill the lust of the flesh but walk according to the spirit. There are many Pastors who having fallen from glory. Because they strike the rock instead of seeking the face of God when there flesh gets weak. God has entrusted to the leadership of church. Because of the work of the adversary, these concerns have existed from the very early days of the church, but in view of Paul’s warnings in 2 Timothy 3 regarding the increase of apostasy in the last days and what we are seeing today in the church, Paul’s instructions to Timothy in 1 Timothy 1:3-7 are tremendously significant. These instructions are pastoral in nature and reveal what might be called critical concerns for pastoral ministry. These are matters important to the leadership themselves and to the wellbeing of the flock of God as a whole. Obviously, there are many more concerns dealt with throughout those epistles we generally call, the ‘pastoral epistles’ (1 & 2 Timothy and Titus). Since these instructions deal specifically with pastoral concerns and since 1 Timothy is the first of the three Pastoral Epistles, a word is in order with regard to the nature and scope of the pastorals. If we obey the Lord our God He will bless that which He gives us. Riches are no curse when blessed of the Lord. When men have more than they require for their immediate need, and begin to lay up in store-houses, the dry rot of covetousness or the blight of hard-heartedness is apt to follow the accumulation; but with God's blessing it is not so. Prudence arranges the saving, liberality directs the spending, gratitude maintains consecration, and praise sweetens enjoyment. It is a great mercy to have God's blessing


4 The Bane of Jealousy 
That which has been is that which will be, and that which has been done is that which will be done. So there is nothing new under the sun... However the Bane of Jealousy I have seen in the church people who pray for hurt upon women and men of God. Some may call there selves intercessors and some prophet, for God but intercessors for Satan. Satan has his intercessors too in the church as well. We command that Spirit to reap habit in hell and not on this earth that we are traveling railving God of love and peace will strike back on behalf of His anointed and prophet they will find there selves six feet under and wondering why this has happen to them because your carrying around this bane of jealousy God help you. It is an aggravated assault on God, it would ultimately extinguish the race feud, which is the great bane of the country. This has cause the great fallen away because of these ungodly actions. Separation and clicks in the church has risen to a high. It’s time to shut you down.  This is not an action of love and is not an act of lifting up the Savior.  Having selfish motives brings on Jealousy to get what you want. They will even try to separate those who God has join together. It is a continue cycle that has kill and destroy those who are married those who are called by God and those who have been faithful in the things of God in the church. Certainly we learn from Scripture that there is such a thing as a godly jealousy. We find the Apostle Paul declaring to the Corinthian Church, "I am jealous over you with a godly jealousy, for I have espoused you to one husband that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Christ." He had an earnest, cautious, anxious concern for their holiness, that the Lord Jesus might be honored in their lives. Let it be remembered then, that jealousy, like anger, is not evil in itself, or it could never be ascribed to God; his jealousy is ever a pure and holy flame. The passion of jealousy possesses an intense force, it fires the whole nature, its coals are juniper, which have a most vehement flame; it resides in the lowest depths of the heart, and takes so firm a hold that it remains most deeply rooted until the exciting cause is removed; it wells up from the inmost recesses of the nature, and like a torrent irresistibly sweeps all before it; it stops at nothing, for it is cruel as the grave (Cant. 8:6), it provokes wrath to the utmost, for it is the rage of a man, therefore he will not spare in the day of vengeance (Proverbs 6:34), and it over throws everything in the pursuit of its enemy, for "wrath is cruel, and anger is outrageous; but who is able to stand before jealousy?" For all these reasons jealousy is selected as some faint picture of that tender regard which God has for His own Deity, honor, and supremacy, and the holy indignation which he feels towards those who violate his laws, offend his majesty, or impeach his character. Not that God is jealous so as to bring him down to the likeness of men, but that this is the nearest idea we can form of what the Divine Being feels—if it be right to use even that word toward him—when he beholds his throne occupied by false gods, his dignity insulted, and his glory usurped by others. We cannot speak of God except by using figures drawn from his works, or our own emotions; we ought, however, when we use the images, to caution ourselves and those who listen to us, against the idea that the Infinite mind is really to be compassed and described by any metaphors however lofty, or language however weighty. We might not have ventured to use the word, "jealousy" in connection with the Most High, but as we find it so many times in Scripture, let us with solemn awe survey this mysterious display of the Divine mind. Methinks I hear the thundering words of Nahum, "God is jealous and the Lord revenged, the Lord revenged and is furious, the Lord will take vengeance on is adversaries, and he reseryeth wrath for his enemies , Its at theses time we have to be aggressive in the Word of God to stop this selfish and ungodly act of love. It is a dysfunction to the church the right hand of the Lord hath dashed in pieces the enemy and cast the ancient idols to the ground. Behold the heaps of Nineveh! Search for the desolations of Babylon! Look upon the broken temples of Greece! See the ruins of Pagan Rome! Journey where you will, you behold the dilapidated temples of the gods and the ruined empires of their foolish votaries. The moles and the bats have covered with forgetfulness the once famous deities of Chaldea and Assyria. The Lord hath made bare his arm and eased him of his adversaries, for Jehovah, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God.