The two most important days we live are the day we were born and the day we rise from the dead. At birth we became the temple of God and at our death we transition into becoming the sons of the living God through Jesus Christ our Lord.
The days between our birth and the day we die are repetitions of nothing new under the sun. But behold everything is new in the Son of God. To respect God in that person standing in our midst. Holding each other in higher esteem than we do ourselves is an instinctive connection to our creator.
To owe no man nothing except to love him is a primary focus in this life. One sanctuary with many members connected in love. Don’t you know that our bodies are the temples of God. Jointly fit together. The day we were born and to the day we crossed into everlasting life is the awesome responsibility to host the holiness of a holy God.
We fall short of that glory except we accept the salvation of Christ Jesus in our hearts. Christ because He died for the sins of the World and rose again to everlasting life. The Son of God by many names. His friends called Him Jesus.
The day is coming when wells of living water will spring in our hearts and in the spirit of truth. As a matter of fact a saved soul is one who worship God in spirit and in truth. The truth you know will set you free.
The love of God is truth in all things created. Believing Jesus is the Son of the God head. By Him were all things spoken into being and at His burial He was resurrected again the glorious Son of our Father God. Giving respect to love His Father and to love us as He loves Himself. The greatest of all commandments was fulfilled in Jesus Christ Himself. “’Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ No longer servants but friends in God.
…a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you.