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by Benjamin Munsell on July 17, 2018
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Forasmuch as ye are manifestly declared to be THE EPISTLE OF CHRIST ministered by us, WRITTEN not with ink, but WITH THE SPIRIT OF THE LIVING GOD; not in tables of stone, but in fleshy tables of the heart. And such trust have we through Christ to God-ward: Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think any thing as of ourselves; BUT OUR SUFFICIENCY IS OF GOD; WHO also HATH MADE US able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but OF THE SPIRIT: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life. 2 Corinthians 3:3-6. Let's look at this through the eyes of practical everyday Life. If Christ PAID for us, than He OWNS us Fully, Completely, and Totally. We no longer have ANY Rights of our own. It's up to Christ to provide us with food, (we could be feasting every day, or we could only eat "the brick" in solitary confinement), clothing, (maybe well dressed, maybe barely anything), and shelter, (a fine house, or a cardboard box), either way, IT ALL COMES FROM HIS HAND, and it's our Duty to Bless Him, in ALL situations. If you have a job assignment, Who gave you the ability to memorize the needed steps to DO your job? And Who holds your atoms together? Your atomic structure? By all the Laws of Science, every atom in all Creation should blow itself apart. And why are you even STILL Alive today, if not for the Grace and Mercy of The Lord? With ALL this, do you get upset if gas prices go up  25 cents this week. WE OWE HIM EVERYTHING, and He owes us exactly nothing. Doesn't all this make today a most Wonderful Day to Praise, Honour, and Worship the Lord FOR ALL THINGS, even just because HE IS LORD GOD ALMIGHTY??? HE IS WORTHY OF ALL PRAISE. Legally, will you Praise Him? But in Mercy and Grace, will you choose to, desire to, even covet after, the ability to Bless the Lord at every opportunity you can? EVERYTHING either comes from, or is allowed by, The Lord. Is your Heart's Cry to Praise, Honor, and Worship Him in ALL things, that you both may, Be Blessed?
 
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