Monday, June 30, 2014

Being Righteous...dont be exagerrated

Righteousness does not come through doing everything right. It doesn't come through keeping the law which the Bible says ''no man can keep.'' The law of Moses was not given for men to keep but it was given to show man that he couldn't keep it that he needed a saviour.
No one can be justified by law, because the law of manhood is a guide on how to act in the middle of others. To prevent us in doing damages against others and ourselves. To be righteous is to keep God's commandments. It will be difficult some times to follow them, but it is a courage to take a step. Don't be afraid of mistakes, because it is made to learn and to do the right thing. Everyday is a new experience, you can never take with you the same moment you had yesterday. So your mistake yesterday, is not the same today. So to be righteous is to struggle with your attitude, struggle with your positive abilities and make them work in your journey. Strive for your rights that in God, you are holy, cleansed, and able to live day by day in trusting Him. Carry along with you respect, love, avoid the evil thoughts (pessimism, negative thoughts, thoughts of evil towards others, evil speaking,  evil acts and bad behaviour, addiction related ). Your Spirit is your one way ticket to salvation, don't kill it on the way with all your distress and sorrow. Lift up your soul to God and learn from Him. Doing the right thing is not difficult if you are focused on what you want to be, gaining successful and happy life, content and healthy body, mind,soul and spirit. Walk with God, starting today... and you will see His righteousness will heal, keep and encourage you all along the way...

Romans  3:23 For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;  3:24 Being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus:  3:25 Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood, to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins that are past, through the forbearance of God;