Past the pain comes reward through faith in Jesus Christ

Service To God (written 07/17/2019) 🕊️

Sharing the Gospel is an art form and especially to strangers who, at any point, are famous for firing at you from angles not seen in the churches. We deal with demonic possession, oppression, pride, evil, perversion, satanism, and your everyday religious know-it-’s.

Yet through it all, love is the driving force that sets the tone to unlock the heart with Christ’s key. Lashing out at the self-righteous makes the preacher no better than the student. Preparing is the fundamental foundation through Christ long before hitting the pavement.

Today’s society is molded by self-interpretation of the scriptures, and the dazzling light shows called church make it difficult for the average-looking Joe to share the truth.

Furthermore, a humble heart is a fruit of Christ, and sadly people miss out on the anointing power and brotherly love through a lack of faith and personal pride. Indeed many of today’s Evangelists are known to argue a biblical point with unbelievers, and debating is time wasted.

Subsequently, whether it’s about the existence of God or whose religion is the right one, my favorite is women are not to teach. That is a biblical error on the part of the interpreter, proving a considerable number of pastors have been teaching incorrectly, alienating the anointed from speaking. Perpetrated by men and not by God.

Father’s Disciples walk a beaten path that is complex, weighty, and often unwelcome on the streets and buildings, but we continue without human approval. Wisdom comes before arguing, and while many souls are saved and the church edified, we do so with no fanfare. Liken to the Apostles and prophets of old.

I witness demons flee from a person through Christ’s power and wounds healed by the miraculous work of Christ. It’s extraordinary to see God’s infinite power. Our Service to Christ is why we do what we do and lead a godless society back to Jesus Christ.

Some days are more complex than others, but through it all, Christ is our strength. It’s challenging facing the streets for hours in the blistering cold and heat and not so much as a thank you or donation. Still, Christ is doing something in us while we obey.

We know better not to condemn while being falsely convicted. Love is the answer, and forgiveness is the key; hatred is not the heart of Christ. It’s true, and like the writer of Timothy said, in 2 Timothy 4:17,—“But the Lord stood with me and gave me strength.”

Simplicity is the key to successful Christianity, and what do I mean?

Indeed Christ is the foundation, and through baptism into the Holy Spirit, the born-again is made new and straightforward; less is more. The anointing of Christ is pure and not flashy, unscathed, and persevering in the years of drought, and without recognition, Christ is our biggest cheerleader. We serve in obedience to the sacrifice that pleases the Lord; it’s my pleasure.

The prophetic walk and weight are heavier, and to hear from God through the scoring and doubt of others hurts, but so be it. Yet continue in Christ’s strength. As a follower of Jesus Christ, we know that the power is the Lord, and without Him, we are nothing, much as we began the journey. He gives power to the weak and strength to the powerless.”—Isaiah 40:29

The prophet teaches, confirms, enlightens, and instructs, deities the church. The godly wisdom spans far beyond human understanding and is profound and critical to the growth of the saints.

To edify is the moral encouragement that enlightens the Spirit in truth and builds the body mentally, morally, and intellectually, and warns through revelation that is often a metaphorical masterpiece symbolically teaching like only Jesus can—straight from the mouth of God.

Yet during the difficult times of the pressing to purge what is old and receive new wine, the love of Christ and His angels guides our hearts. It protects us even in the most criminal areas to prophecy and teaches over the wounded, addicted, hungry, hurting, and, yes, women who sell themselves.

We are backed by Heaven and protected by God; thus, we don’t argue and, at the very least, do the best we can in extreme situations. Boy, could I tell you stories. Yet through it, all self-control and Integrity coming from the virtue of Christ upholds God’s merchant marines—the fruits of the Spirit working overtime. It’s love that keeps it all moving effectively.

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentlenesses, and self-control. Against such things, there is no law.

The word love in the Greek language is αγαπϵ and characterizes a type of love that is self-sacrificial, meaning dedicated to someone or others. It’s Christ’s agape love that is in the heart of a servant willing to lay down their life for the lives of others, just like commanded by Jesus.

John 15:12-17
This is My commandment that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this than to lay down one’s life for his friends.

So it’s the same principle I teach others through my writings how to face the battles in life. I’m sure that more people than are openly answering are being healed through the power of Christ, and that makes me happy. We owe no one any explanations for the calling on our lives, not Yahweh, when He is the finisher of our faith and the one who chooses.

I pray that in the name of Jesus, you will dig deep within yourself and search for the hidden treasure, who is the Lord. Christ is present through the Holy Spirit, and in these earthen vessels, the power is revealed in those who say to the call of Christ.

I pray that today, you give your life to Christ and be born-again, and as you flourish in His righteousness and not your own, leave the past behind you but never forget where you came from and continually apply it in compassion to those who currently struggle.

May the peace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you and your families and communities, in Jesus name.

Matthew 23:12
“Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted.” “Whosoever shall exalt himself shall be abased, and he that shall humble himself shall be exalted.”

Blessings, Sister Christine

C. Brejcha ©️

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