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The Right Path

The Right Path.

God says: “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because you have rejected knowledge, I will also reject you”—Hosea 4:6. All the essential knowledge of God is available to anyone who diligently seeks it. Remember that you cannot just take the Scripture out of context because it suits you and assume it is enough for your audience. You should get the whole message. Jesus said that “Scripture cannot be broken.” The Scripture must be carefully and wholly shared in clarity and with the understanding of your listeners.

It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, and God states that He reveals His purpose and teaching to those mature enough to be instructed. “Whom shall He teach knowledge? And whom shall He make to understand doctrine?” Many think they are mature enough,  but they never look at how their behavior and attitude work harmoniously. Many are being fed false doctrines and fall to false hope. It is time to examine ourselves and face the mirror of Life. If we are at peace with God, we should not have a dot of fear asking, “Is this how God looks, like me? If we have an anointing to carry His Word, it will surely not return void.

Our covenant is with God and not with death; death cannot do us any damage whenever it comes. Christ defeated death and came bundled with our Sin. Christ will no longer interfere between God and us but will remain our advocate in heaven, where he is seated at the right hand of God. He finished his work on earth, and the Holy Spirit replaces Jesus according to his will and becomes our mediator as the kingdom progresses in the lives of humanity.

Remember that authority is not usurped in the Godhead. In the Old Testament (Before the Christian Era), God, the Father Almighty, was involved directly with human activities; the Body is the temple of God.

In the New Testament, it was Jesus the Son (Christian Era)—the church is the Body of Christ, and to date (Revelation Era)—the Body is the kingdom, and the Holy Spirit dwells in the Body of believers; most of the time we neglect to recognize his presence in our Body. To think of sinning and being separated from God makes Sin our friend.

When we neglect the Holy Spirit, who will we turn to when we need help?

Jesus Christ, without a doubt, is a Savior, but is He the Savior?

Jesus Christ is the bread of Life, but who baked the bread?

Salvation is a gift; do you know who gave it?

Knowledge and understanding are part of the wisdom of God; when you receive knowledge and reject it, as Hosea 4:6 said, you will also be dismissed. Like the Bereans, when they received knowledge, they opened their Bible and discussed the truthfulness of what they heard.

Let us be a blessing to others by sharing the truth of the gospel.

To God be the glory!

Bishop Joseph

Bishop Joseph Vitug, Ph.D. - Bishop Emeritus

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