Blessed are they who go about the work of the Father for they wear His crown of Life upon their brow.
The Lord makes fat the souls of the righteous who daily dine at His table and drink from His well.
The joy of holiness is known by all those who love God and keep His commandments as faithful ministers of His grace.
Blessed are they who embrace Christ with holy hands for they shall be received of Him.
For the Father delights not in the sorrows of Esau but in repentance unto holiness.
The Lord gives strength for faith in Christ as we lay down the powers of our principles and aspirations in humbled submission to His voice.
They who resource the powers of this world for the glory of God bring reproach to Him and destruction to themselves but His glory abounds in the hearts of the righteous who remain tethered to Him by the power of His Spirit.
The Lord despises counterfeit faith which shows a zeal for Him without knowledge for by it are many snared but His delight is in the simplicity of Christ received in truth for by it sight is given to the eyes to behold Him who is the redeemer of their souls.
For the Lord sent Christ as the record for our faith that by our following after Him now as overcomers of self, Satan, and the word we shall also reign with Him as fellow heirs in glory.
By our function as priests at the altar of Christ we are assisted in our ability to overcome but without faith we are overcome by the cares of the world.
Think not that Christ needed to die on the cross for Adam to show forth care and concern for others but to establish a new covenant for faith to follow in grace and truth unto life eternal.
Without grace, faith is replaced by the aspiration of man while his principles replace truth and his imagination projects for peace and security in darkness… the Father takes no pleasure in these things for He his pleasure rests only in Christ.
For the Lord has said, Behold Me, Behold Me and we do so only when our eye is made single by His grace and truth.
Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s but God requires faith in Christ.
Faith cannot stand apart from the Spirit and the Spirit will uphold nothing less than Christ in truth.
For our strength for overcoming is not found in the removal of temptation but in our daily fellowship with Christ at His altar.
For His house is built with tongues of fire and the righteous labor not in vain.