The divine creature that lives within the human body is an eternal concept that has been communicated since the beginning of speech and writing. That creature has made a home within the body which causes us to give honor and respect to ourselves and others. Our inner being is under subjection to that living divinity, which guides the course of everyone. The only proper response to the indwelling of that divine creature is praise and rejoicing by which we discover inner peace.
The importance of that divine creature is enormous to the human body. That divinity is the source that generates every spiritual fruit that sprouts from our inner being. The fruits of the spirit are rewards given to us for welcoming, inviting, and savoring the presence of that divine indwelling. The spiritual creature fills us with love, goodwill, kindness, peace, meekness, gentleness, faith, joy, goodness, perseverance, self-control, and patience.
The divine creature that lives within us will always be healthy, there is nothing that can be done to “sicken” that presence. If we attempt to oppose the health of that divinity, it is our own thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that become unhealthy. Opposition to the source of every good fruit leaves us with hateful, cruel, ill-will, conflict, harshness, arrogance, hopelessness, sadness, evilness, uncontrolled impulses, impatience, and endings. We would be unhealthy in every aspect of our day to day living. A healthy relationship with that divine creature will appear through love, peace, faith, and perseverance in our mind, feelings, and behaviors.
The divine creature will always be safe and secure within us. Nothing can be done to make that presence insecure. If we oppose that inward dwelling, we lose the spirit of peace, therefore, conflict and agony begin to appear through mental struggles, emotional turmoil, and threatening behaviors. Making combat with that inner divinity creates war on this earth. The fruit of peace only comes through the inner source of the holy spirit which creates tranquility, calm, and peace within us and on earth.
The divine creature will always live within the human body, there is nothing we can do to rid our inner being of that presence. If we oppose the belonging of that inward divinity, then we isolate ourselves from the source of all love, kindness, and goodwill. We become intolerant, unwelcome, inhospitable, bigots, bullies, and isolationists. When we welcome that divine presence, there are tolerance, acceptance, love, inclusion, and harmony between one another.
The divine creature is the most valuable element that resides within the human body, there is nothing we can do to decrease the worth of that inner divinity. If we oppose the value of that inward presence, we destroy the esteem, ego, or worth that we feel for ourselves. Without honor given to the source of our love for who we are and faith in our destiny, we fall into despair and hopelessness. Honor and esteem for that divinity in us are our avenue of self-worth and goodness within our esteem.
The divine creature will always be the source that sets the tone of our self-expression. There is nothing we can say or do that does not reveal our relationship with that inward presence. If we oppose that inner holiness, our words and deeds will be full of hatefulness, conflict, hopelessness, and endings. That would make our oppositional attitude to that divinity apparent. However, if we honor that inward goodness, then what we say and do would be full of love, peace, faith, and perseverance in goodwill. That would make our harmonic bond with that divine creature obvious.
Some people will deny that a divine presence exists within the human body. They want our minds, emotions, and behavior to be full of anger, sadness, and conflict. People like that refuse to agree with those displaying the spiritual fruit, which are rewards from that divine creature. They will never accept the inner divinity, and focus only on human vices. Their attitude is that they alone are divine and everyone else is subject to them.
We can assess the divine creature lives within the body, and gives rewards of spiritual fruit for honor of that presence. In contrast, the diagnosis is that some people want to deny that inner presence, and oppose the appearing of the fruit of the spirit. Even so, we plan to welcome, honor, and give praise to that divine creature so that love, peace, faith, and perseverance will blossom in us. We implement that plan by being receptive to the moist, soft qualities that exist within, which molds us to that divine creature through the spiritual fruit. We can evaluate our relationship with that divinity because a healthy relationship will be rewarded with the blossoms of goodwill, kindness, meekness, gentleness, joy, goodness, self-control, and patience.