God told us clearly what is good. And He also made it quite clear to us — what is not good.
He has told you, O man, what is good;
And what does the Lord require of you
Except to be just,
and to love
[and to diligently
practice] kindness (compassion),
And to walk humbly with your God
[setting aside any overblown sense
of importance or
We are not Gods
Since He is God, and we are not, what we opine about how the universe should be run, is, well… not going to change God’s reality, is it?
Who you stand with shows. It shows with how you live your life, with how you habitually act, with “the thoughts and intentions of your heart….”
If Jesus discerns you have stood against Him, the consequence comes to you on That Day when you kneel in anguish and fear before God, The Judge.
He will say, basically: You have come before Me, before the seat of My Eternal Court, and I am against you.
(Extrapolated from: Matthew 7:23)
Living has consequences. He gave us this life. He will hold us accountable beyond the veil.
Do you love the Lord with all of you? It will show with all of who you are, what you do, what you don’t do, and yes, how you vote. Voting a certain way shows if you are standing with Jesus, or not. Voting matters.
And he replied,
“You shall love the Lord your God
with all your heart, and
with all your soul, and
with all your strength, and
with all your mind; and
your neighbor as yourself.”
– Luke 10:27
Are you seeing clearly now?
- Is Jesus’ worldview [my] worldview?
- Do I have a two-timing heart?
- Do I stand for Jesus in all my ways, 100%?
- Am I perhaps not even “in” the faith, but merely standing on the outside looking in? —
Source: Seeing clearly now
Extracted from: Acting with your heart, soul, strength, and with your mind
Titus 1:15-16 “…They profess to know God, but by their deeds they deny Him….”