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Encoragement From Revelations (Chapter 2 and 3)
Encouragement From Revelations (Chapter 2 and 3)
We are people who do deeds and perform with endurance to do good. That mixes with a disdain for people who say they are supportive of the inner divinity, but oppose that goodness. Among us, people are experiencing tribulations and poverty brought on by haters, but our friends are full of spiritual wealth. We might discover ourselves amidst the worst of those who incite conflict to those who live for that inward divinity. Even so, we hold true to that inner faith. Even through difficult circumstances, we continue to do good deeds, to love, have faith, to minister, and endure in those efforts. We do not tolerate the behaviors of those desolate of reverence for the inward divinity. We encourage one another to carry on in that attitude. Rumors are everywhere saying who are alive to the deity within, but really, they are dead. Therefore, we need to watch, and simultaneously strengthen what is near death, to enliven others to the reality of the divine presence. There is an open door before us, which is impossible to shut, which supplies us with power, proving the life of the deity in the body.
We do deeds and endure from the fruitage that originates from the divinity in us, such as love, peace, goodness, joy, and kindness. People desolate of that fruitage are not in favorable terms, they are hateful, quarrelsome, violent, pessimistic, and despairing. They claim they are supportive of good fruit but incite behaviors that are opposite. We will experience troubles and stress brought on by those who attack the inner fruitage, but we are wealthy in fruitful qualities. Some of us will be among the worst of those who oppose the spiritual fruit, but inner goodness will thrive in us. Even in those environments, we will continue in goodness, love, faith, ministry, and perseverance. We do not mingle with those who convey hostility to the divine qualities. We cheer the fruitage that blossoms from the inner being of one another. People will want to suggest who the fruitful ones are; really, they are misdirecting you to the abominable desolation of their comrades. For that reason, we should watch, strengthen the near-death buds, and enliven that fruit as testimony to the life within. The door to the divine fruitage is open to us, which is not closable, supplying us with authority, evidence of the goodness in us.
We are people who desire health for the body of one another through what we do and how we behave. For that reason, we persevere in good deeds for the well-being of others. Keeping with that attitude, there is no tolerance for those who say they have healthy intent, but oppose the well-being of our physiology. We see people who are with us that have trouble in their body, and are financially poor, which is by the schemes of rebels. However, those friends are healthy with thriving fruitage and comfort within themselves. We also might discover ourselves among those who are at the depths of depravity, who scheme to destroy the health within the body. Even then, we hold true to the health of the spirit’s fruit in us, through every imaginable earthly ailment. We endure in doing well, love, faith, and in ministering, notwithstanding the difficulties of the body.
We turn our face away from those who are irreverent to our healthy thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Our support in words and deeds enliven those who carry on in that attitude. Conversely, rumors are heard everywhere that imply who are healthy concerning the divinity within the soul. However, they are deathly sick with no life in the spiritual fruit. Therefore, we need to watch, and simultaneously strengthen what is near death, to enliven others about the reality of divine inner health. To assist us, there is an open door to healthy life in the spiritual fruit, which is impossible to shut. That entrance supplies us with power, proving the lively blossoms of the spirit's fruitage.
We are people who do deeds and perform with endurance to make our environment safe and secure. That interacts with an attitude that turns away from people who say they are supportive of peace and tranquility, but incite conflict, quarrels, and violence. Among us, people are experiencing turmoil, tribulation, and poverty brought on by those who incite chaos. However, those of the inner divinity are full of peace. We might discover ourselves among the worst of the troublemakers who incite rebellion. Even so, we hold true to that inner faith where there are comfort, joy, and perseverance. Within chaotic disturbances, we continue to do well, love, have faith, minister, and endure in establishing security and safety.
We do not associate with those who have a cruel intent to create conflict within the minds, emotions, and behaviors of others. We give confidence to those who disassociate themselves from those with hostile attitudes. There might be rumors insinuating who the peacemakers are, but in reality, they are guiding you to those who devise dilemma. For that reason, watch, and simultaneously bring peace to what is near death, to enliven others about the reality of the spirit‘s inner tranquility. There is an open door of calm before us, which is impossible to shut. That supplies us with power, proving the serenity within the peacemakers.
We are people who do deeds and perform with endurance to bring love, tolerance, and acceptance to the world. That mixes with a disapproval of people who say they welcome others with compassion, but cause them to feel unwanted. Within our population are people who experience isolation and separation through tribulation and poverty. Those who oppose social love bring that on. Even so, they cannot dissect us from the abundance of our inner fruitfulness. Those who are notorious for instigating intolerance, fragmentation, and strife might surround us. However, we hold true to the faith that restores all social equality. Even through bickering and disagreement, we continue to do good deeds, to love, have faith, to minister, and endure in hospitality.
We do not form relationships with those who are desolate of a welcome for the inward divinity, which bonds us as family. We encourage one another to carry on in the attitude of goodwill, kindness, and warmth. Rumors arise to suggest which people are alive to welcome us with loving acceptance, but they are dead to the qualities that perpetuate harmony. Therefore, we need to watch, and simultaneously embrace with compassion what is near death, to enliven the spirit of cohesion. There is an open door before us of hospitality, which is impossible to shut, which supplies us with power, proving our harmonious belonging.
We are people who do deeds and perform with consistency to bring esteem and self-worth to those living on this earth. That corresponds with distaste for people who say they give honor to the value of your worth, but do the opposite. They oppose the joy, goodness, and faith within the ego. Among us, people are experiencing tribulation and poverty because haters do not respect our value, but our ego remains full of spiritual fruitage. We might discover ourselves amidst the worst types of people who debase the human body. Their intent is to humiliate and destroy our worth as a good person. Even so, we hold true to that inner faith that fills our sense of worth with optimism. We might experience difficult, embarrassing, and humiliating circumstances that make us want to wither away. However, we continue to do good deeds, to love, have faith, to minister, and endure in the humblest of circumstances.
We do not acknowledge the behaviors of those who are desolate of mutual respect for the goodness in one another. We encourage our friends who turn away from those who tear others down. There are rumors that intends to solicit our response to praise those who say they value our worth, but really, they are dead to our importance. Therefore, we need to watch, and simultaneously strengthen the esteem that is near death. That is to enliven others of the reality of the worth of the divinity in us. An open door before us emphasizes our worth through the spiritual fruit, which is impossible to shut. That supplies us with divine power within our ego, proving the supremacy of the deity within us.
We are people who do deeds and perform with endurance a self-expression that edifies the people around the world. That mingles with a disdain for people who say they want to edify others by their words and behaviors, but oppose the goodness flowing from everyone else. Looking among us, we notice people experiencing tribulation and poverty because troublemakers do not want us to be all we can be. However, we possess a wealth of internal spiritual fruitfulness to guide what we say and do. It is possible that some of the worst offenders surround us, who notoriously suppress the free flow of edifying communication. Even so, we hold true to the faith that guides us in non-verbal and verbal interaction. Even through oppressive conditions, we continue to convey goodness, love, and faith, to minister, and endure in those efforts.
We do not waste our words and actions on those who habitually desolate enriching self-expression. We encourage one another to continue in that way. Rumors abound about people who are alive with edifying communication, but really, they are dead to fruitful exchanges. Therefore, we need to watch, and simultaneously strengthen the self-expression that is near death, to enliven others to realize the divine communicator within himself or herself. There is an open door before us, which is impossible to shut. That supplies us with power in our speech and behavior, proving the life of the deity in the body.
We can assess there is great worth in good social relations through love, peace, faith, kindness, and joy. The diagnosis is that people who live through the inner divinity will persevere in fruitful qualities. We will continue in acts of goodness, to love, communicate optimism, and minister through the spiritual fruit. We plan to be among those who honor the divine presence of our soul. That is the source of all goodness, the giver of life, and producer of spiritual fruit. The implementation of that plan is to relate to difficult influences through the softness, tenderness, and moistness that exist within us. We evaluate how we are doing through the spiritual fruit. When the fruit of the spirit thrives within our mind and emotions to guide our behaviors, even in hostile situations, we are living from that inner divinity. The spirit’s fruit includes love, goodwill, kindness, peace, meekness, gentleness, faith, goodness, joy, perseverance, self-control, and patience.