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Supreme Majesty

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Even those who only have a slight familiarity with Christ can’t help but see gracious virtue in others who are an example of His image.

There is satisfaction for those who begin to study about Christ and His virtue.

Christians, who are fully informed of Christ, must do everything they can to bring others into the knowledge of Him.

Supreme majesty makes Him absolutely beautiful in the eyes of all who are trained to recognize holy things.

He is white with the pure honesty of His life, reflected in the painful suffering he went through at his death.

This story of the person of the Beloved, would produce, in the symbolic language of those times, a representation of loveliness of character and the dignity of behavior; but the appositeness of some of the references may not be apparent to us.

He wants to appear to be magnified in his saints and to be honored in all that believe in Him. May His love force us to live under his sovereignty.

How does your character bear Yahweh’s image? He suffered, died, and is now alive so that we may love all and spread His Good News to all we come in contact with. He is our Supreme Majesty! He is mind-blowingly awesome!

Comment with your story and bless others as you bless yourself.

Character Flaws


Our homes, labs of human experience, provide the climate for spiritual education.

When some character flaw (sin) is revealed in us, we must take that flaw to our Lord for His help in correcting it.

Yahweh is our disciplinarian. He administers our punishment and corrections.

While discipline isn’t a joy ride and is painful at times, later, after learning from it, we will have peace, because we start living in the right way.

We all have character flaws that need discipline and correcting. All one needs to do is to “people watch”. You know what I mean. Go to the mall and sit and just watch. The other place could be a public park or garden with people. Central Park, in NY, for example. That’s a huge place. One would never run out of places to sit and people watch. All sort of things can be seen by people watching. I suppose that’s why there is the entertainment industry. We like to watch other’s flaws, and forget we have any. Until all of a sudden, a scene strikes a nerve in you. All because it reminds you of yourself. Don’t deny it. It’s true.

We need to surrender to Yahweh and allow Him to correct us. To make us more like Him.

How are you doing at surrendering to Him and being obedient? Comment and share your experience. The good and bad.

We all need to see that we’re not alone in this thing. Let’s bless each other! Yes, me too! That’s what I’m saying above. I people watch and then get struck! I’m guilty!