Welcome to InJew Nation in Christ Communiqué! Saturday, January 24, “Heat Up” Year 2015: In-Jew in Christ “History and Culture Development” (Universal Church of Christ 7th Day Ministries, Inc.; (Guyana)
MOTTO: CHARITY, CHASTE CONDUCT, CHEERFULNESS, AND CHANGE – INWARDLY
Our Symbol of InJewism — by Pastor:Elder Wilfred Wilson
InJew Thought — On Hope for the Living — by Pastor: Elder Wilfred Wilson
Greetings, my Beloved! We know that the Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh [Job 1:19] do not always go down well with the best of us at times, and God understands, when we, mothers and fathers, relatives and friends, ask ourselves why…? But if one ponders upon the terms, “giveth” and “taketh” his sorrows for that moment should be turned into joy, when he should have come to understand that: (1) when the Lord gives He does not tell us for how long we can have his gifts, for example, in the case of our love ones. But in taking back, however, what is rightly His, we do know for sure how long our saved love ones will be in eternity in His presence; and of course, with better company, if you please. Further, if we substitute the term “giveth” for the term “lent” in the said sentence above, we should soon come to the conscious realization that all we could every have in this world is temporal since they are just lent to us: and (2) furthermore, what we in the land of the living see as our lost, and feel the pain for, is actually gain — gain to God the Father, for a soul set free, as well as, gain for the saved love one who died in hope believing that His body would be miraculously changed into a glorous body and it would be resurrected at the last day; at the coming of Christ [Job 19: 25-27; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17] when we allow the Holy Spirit to teach us the Word, it illuminates our life, and we can testify that it is reassuring, rewarding and refreshing. Let us give God Almighty, praise. Hallelujah! Births and deaths are according to the way of life.
If I should go deeper, when the Spirit in every man, or spirit man, leaves its original position in the spirit world, [Ephesians i:3-6] and comes to meet its appointment with each individualn, at conception in the womb, [Acts 17:24-27) that is a separation (“separation” hereinafter called “death”) by spirit man. Subsequently, before birth, the child died to the the mother’s womb, and was born into the wider womb, meaning the world at large; and, as such, to his/her family. The new born adjusts to his mother, namely, mother earth, its conditions, and it systems as time goes by, and he continues his physical and spiritual journey through the guidance of his parents, and others, until he is eligible to seek and to “fish” for himself…. In spite of his gains or losses, at the end of the day, when it is time to meet his appointment with death, “for it is appointed for man once to die….” lHebrews 9:27] So, male and female at some time will have to face the inevitable.
At physical death there is a tripartite separation: (1) separation from the physical body, (2) separation from the surface of planet earth, and (3) possible separation from God, the Father, and life eternal, or everlasting life, if the person rejected Christ in his/her life time. Having said thus, if we believers, thought that there was hope in Christ on earth only we would have been men most miserable, but there is hope beyond the grave, for all who make their calling and election sure, in Christ Jesus. [1 Corinthian 15:19]
Hope for all
And for those who may have doubts about Christ and the life eternal [John 3:16-17) which He is offering all mankind: Christ Jesus is real. I urge you to have faith in God the Father; through Christ Jesus, His Son. [Matthew 16:17-18] The believer’s hope is in Christ Jesus’ resurrection. Our God Almighty is awesome!
Join with me in a sweet moment of praise to God, the Father, through Christ Jesus. Amen. Oh, praise the Lord, Hallelujah.
Beloved, let us thank God for the hope— the hope we have in Christ Jesus’ resurrection! Let us give Yahweh praise as we ponder upon His provocative and mind-bugging affirmation,
“I am the resurrection and the life: he that believeth in me though, he were dead yet shall he live; and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die.” [John11: 25, 1 Corinthians 15:50-58]
Let us raise our hands, and worship God the Father, through Christ Jesus, for the blessed hope we embrace. Our God is awesome. Amen.
May the God of peace richly bless you and your household, in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Stay under the Blood of Jesus!
Serving in newness of spirit,
Pastor: Elder Wilfred A. Wilson
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