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  • Kunle 8:48 am on September 24, 2013 Permalink | Reply  


    While drafting a response to a friend’s comment on facebook who was worried about the different facets of life and the challenges that comes with them. I began to scribble a response to encourage her; as I began to write, the Holy Spirit began to minister to me and the short response initially anticipated became pages- hence the decision to bless you with it.

    I want to appreciate the Holy Spirit for this powerful revelation: you’ll probably hear what you’ve never heard, but open your heart and analyze it according to the scriptures. I pray the Spirit of God grants you understanding. AMEN

    I want you to know something today, it is normal for evil to happen in the world; please permit me to rephrase it- its abnormal for evil not to happen. Why this pessimism? People close to me will attest to my optimism and my positive outlook to life. Nevertheless, the truth must be told; the bible makes it clear; the devil comes to kill, steal and to destroy- 3 fold mandate of the devil. Why is it normal for evil to happen in the world? It is because the devil runs the world and not God. Heresy?No way! You mean God doesn’t run the world? My God doesn’t run this chaotic world. I am not trying to get your attention with that phrase; I don’t write, if I don’t hear from heaven, because you won’t be blessed, neither will I be satisfied. This is not just a blog; it’s a platform to mould and impart lives.

    Take a walk with me to the Garden of Eden; Adam lost the authority God entrusted to the entire human race to the devil. As a result of the new change in baton, the natural state of man became evil-from that period, the bible makes us understand man was born into sin, hence, the statement ‘for all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.’ Jehovah wanted a family; hence, he created man and gave him a companion to bring about the vision. Adam gullibly lost the authority to the devil; as a result of the high treason, the devil received that same authority. That’s why the devil could tell Jesus to bow before him for the riches of the world. Jesus never disputed the devil’s right to the authority and riches because Lucifer got it legally from Adam.

    Ab initio, man was no 2 to God; the hierarchy was God, man, Archangels, Angels…that’s why an angel, once questioned God’s rationale for placing everything under the authority of man- he just couldn’t fathom why God would choose to give so much to man. But after the fall of man, the world order changed and the devil had a legal right to rule the world- that’s why he’ s called the prince of the world.

    I want to enlighten you on the heavens- from Apostle Paul, we know there are 3 heavens-bible scholars agree on this as well. The 1st heaven talks about the galaxies- stars, moon and the planetary bodies; the 2nd heaven, talks about the kingdom of the devil and his demons- the bible emphasizes our battle is not against flesh and blood but against principalities, powers, rulers of the darkness of this world and spiritual wickedness in the heavenlies- They operate in the second heaven. The third heaven talks about the kingdom of God- the good kingdom with the saints and angels. Unbelievers and sinners are under the 1st and 2nd heavens; thus under the jurisdiction of the devil. Can you see the reason some people worship the sun, while others study stars (star gazers and astrologers) – they operate in the 1st and 2nd heavens.

    Please stay with me- God deviced a plan to get the authority back from the devil, hence-he sent Jesus to destroy the works of the devil and restore man to the glorious era-a plan that was a success. The bible makes us understand, Jesus defeated principalities and powers (present in the second heaven) and he gave the power and authority back to the believers (Luke 10:19; Mathew 28:18-20). Furthermore, the bible says, Christ has translated us from the kingdom of darkness to the kingdom of his son (relocated from the 2nd heaven to the 3rd where the throne of God is). The bible says we’re seated in heavenly places with Christ Jesus, therefore, when a person receives Jesus as his personal lord and saviour, that person crosses over from the worldly kingdom to the kingdom of God in the 3rd heaven. Conversely, unbelievers and sinners are under the devil and he can choose to molest them as he pleases.

    What am I trying to tell you- A believer is seated in heavenly places with God and has authority over the devil; I am not in any way insinuating the devil will not attack you – we’re told the devil will come at us, but we’re more than conquerors, because the devil is defeated and we have authority over him. Jesus took the authority from the devil and gave it to Christians not the world- that is why I said God doesn’t run the world; he is only in charge of his family not the world. That’s why the bible says, the believer, though is in the world is not of the world- our kingdom is above. Are you getting the picture? The devil runs the world but Christians are not of the world, we’re seated in heavenly places far above the realms of the devil. The devil still has authority over the world; until the day Jesus comes to put him where he belongs, he’ll continue to torment the world. To be clear, God is omnipotent and can decide to do whatsoever he wants in the universe, but he can’t do everything he wants, because there are laws that can’t be broken. The bible says ‘shall we continue in sin and expect grace to abound’; in order words, do we continue to engage in sin and expect the blessings of God in our lives. God wants to bless and protect us but he can be prevented from helping us via our acts of sinfulness. God can’t do some things for those not in his kingdom-its akin to a man trying to kidnap another man’s child. God is light, while the devil represents darkness,thus it is imperative that we must come under his light if we want to benefit from him. God can’t go into the demonic kingdom to hijack people- he’s not permitted to do it. Its the way the system works; all God can do is to encourage us to come into his kingdom on our own volition. He needs our permission to do certain things.

    God wants us to live and not die but if a man decides to jump from a story building, God wouldn’t hold his legs. Are you getting the point? Okay another example, do you know God had the power to prevent the serpent from entering the garden? Do you know God had the power to prevent Eve and Adam from eating the fruit? So why didn’t he if all the powers in the universe belongs to him? God has given us the ability to make our choices, he won’t bully anyone. What I am trying to tell you is there are some things God would not do; furthermore, there are things he’ll also like to do but if we don’t allow him, he can’t. Take for example, Abraham pleaded with God not to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah; he negotiated with God to spare the city, if he found 50 righteous persons in it: Abraham realizing the wicked people resident in Sodom and Gomorrah, engaged in further negotiation with God to a number he felt could be met- God agreed he wouldn’t destroy the city if he found 10 upright people in the city. Abraham was satisfied the city had been saved; do you know the city was destroyed? The bible says God doesn’t want sinners to perish but that they should come to repentance. God agreed not to destroy the city despite the wicked acts and atrocities but he couldn’t find 10 upright persons in the city: which reinforces what I have been trying to tell you-we can prevent God from doing some things. When Jesus was in his hometown, he wasn’t appreciated- the bible makes it clear, he couldn’t do much- not that he didn’t want to; they didn’t have the faith needed to provoke their miracles.

    The bible says the soul that sins will die; it simply means when you engage in sin, you come under the authority of the devil and he’ll be able to carry out his mandate (steal, kill and destroy). God won’t be able to help you because the kingdom operates under laws, which God is subject to as well- that’s why the bible says, his word has been placed above his name. In Isaiah 59, God makes it clear, his hand is not short that it can’t reach, neither is his hear heavy, that he can’t hear, but the sin of man has separated man from him, that he will not hear. There is a difference in not being able to hear and deliberately ignoring the person because of sin- that’s exactly what God is saying, when you engage in sin- he will ignore you and the devil will be able to exercise authority over you, because sin puts man under the authority of the devil. Think about it for a minute, if God took away all the powers from the devil, why is the devil still killing people? The reason is because God only took the authority the devil had over the CHRISTIANS not the entire world.

    God had to grant the devil permission to afflict job because every upright believer has a hedge around him. When Samson messed up, his eyes were plucked out and he became a victim; when Samson walked perfectly before God, no one could touch him because of the presence of God.

    The bible says we’re kings and priest, thus we’re supposed to reign on earth and do the works of God. Jehovah needs the services of you and I to carry out his work on earth; God has always used men to carry out his works on earth- we’re here to govern and put things right. While it’s a truism, God is the king of kings and the lord of lords; there are some things he can’t do, unless he does them through us (the believers).

    I want you to move close to God, accept Jesus as your personal lord and saviour. If you haven’t received him into your life, say this short prayer:

    “Lord Jesus, forgive me for my sins, I know you died for me and on the 3rd day you rose again. Come into my life today. Thank you Jesus for accepting me into your glorious kingdom.”

    If you have said this prayer, I am happy to welcome you into the kingdom of priests and kings. I implore you to frequent this site and read all the articles; it’ll help you grow. Get a bible and look for a good church where the word of God is taught. I will like to hear from you, leave a comment below or send me an email


    God bless you. Shalom

  • Kunle 12:34 pm on September 17, 2013 Permalink | Reply  


    Habakkuk 2:2…write the vision and make it plain upon tables that he may run that readeth it.

    Having a vision is good because greatness is impossible without it; nevertheless, the vision must be clear and written down expressly. Statistics shows that people who write down their goals have a higher success rate than those who don’t. Having a clearly written vision dates back to the first century- nothing is new under the heavens.

    Leadership is impossible in any organization, if the leader is not a visionary. Furthermore, it has to be a clear-cut vision which can be easily understood by the followers. Suffice it to say, there is no way followers can perform to the best of their abilities, if the vision is not plain, because they won’t be able to run with it. I honestly believe a leader must be able to cite the vision of the organization in a very simple sentence.

    The bible admonishes us to be followers of those who by faith and patience obtained the promise; hence, I am compelled to cite two examples from the Holy book. About 2,000 years ago, a rabbi on a recruitment drive, met two brothers working; he proceeded to sell his vision with a profound statement,’ follow me and I will make you fishers of men’; immediately, the brothers followed him, because Jesus was able to paint a future for them in the simplest way possible. There was no need for hours of deliberation because the vision was easy to be understood. When followers get a grasp of the vision of the leader, they subscribe and run with it.
    John had an encounter with divinity at the island of Patmos: Jesus told him “write the things which you have seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter” Revelation 1:19. We can see clearly, it is the modus operandi of God for us to write down our visions.

    It is not enough to have a vision; you need a mission statement culled from your vision. It must show what you intend to do to actualize the vision you have. Take for example, Adam lost the authority given to him by God to the devil which necessitated God sending his son to defeat the enemy and restore what was lost. Thus his parting words after the completion of his assignment is not a coincidence ‘all power on earth and in heaven has been given to me…’ Jesus came primarily to restore man back to the glorious era before the fall of man. Hence, his vision could be said to be a mandate of restoration- he wouldn’t have been needed, if Adam didn’t sell out to the devil. There would have been no need to be born again if Adam didn’t die spiritually.

    In order for Jesus to fulfill his mandate, he had a mission statement outlined with clarity in Luke 4:18,’ The Spirit of the lord God is upon me because he has anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives… In order for Jesus to fulfill his mandate of destroying the works of the devil and restoring man back to the glorious era, he needed to run with a mission statement of how he intended to achieve his vision. In order words, God had a vision of reconciling man to himself, he sent Jesus on a mission outlined in Luke 4:18

    Bill gates had a vision from the onset to put a computer in every home; he established a company to that effect and today, it is speaking loud and clear in every nation of the earth.

    Please understand perfectly, the devil will fight your vision- Oh yeah he will. The bible says ‘Surely they shall fight against thee but they shall not prevail for I am with thee… ’ The devil took special interest in Peter because he knew he would become the leader of the church; similarly, he tried to destroy Moses because he knew he was a deliverer.

    The bible makes us understand, had the devil known he was being used to fulfill a divine mandate, he wouldn’t have led his folks to crucify Jesus. I want you to know something today, the devil later found out he was being used – that is the reason he tried to use Peter to prevent Jesus from going to the cross. Think about it for a minute, one minute he was saying “Kill Jesus”, the next minute he was trying to prevent him from dying. That’s the reason Jesus rebuked Peter by saying “get thee behind me Satan”. Jesus wasn’t calling Peter satan; he meant Peter was under the influence of the devil, he spoke directly to the devil, not once did he mention Peter, albeit he was looking at him. The bible says, while we look not at the things which are seen,but the things which are not seen- for the things which are seen are temporal, but that which is not seen is eternal. Jesus was operating in the spirit- he was speaking to the devil and not Peter. In the same vein, Jesus while looking at the temple, told the scribes “destroy this temple,and in 3 days I will raise it back”.Jesus was looking at the edifice, but he was speaking about his body not the physical structure.

    Do not forget, before Peter yielded to the devil, he was applauded by Jesus when he sought to know what People thought of him. Peter told him, he was the anointed one- Jesus made it clear the inspiration came from God and not man. Peter could have thought he was under the inspiration of the Holy Ghost at that particular period as well, but Jesus knew better.

    Move closer to God because no vision can see the light of the day without him.. It is well. Shalom

  • Kunle 5:34 pm on September 14, 2013 Permalink | Reply  


    In 1 Chronicles 21:1-2, the devil led David to number Israel; consequently, God was angry with him. On the surface, it appears there is nothing wrong with a census exercise but in this case there was. Why was God angry with a man after his heart? It was because of the motive not the act; God made it clear to Samuel, when he went to the house of Jesse to anoint one of his sons as king over Israel, he looks at the heart. Furthermore, Mary also laughed when the angel of the lord told Abraham, she would conceive at old age- she denied laughing out of fear not because she wanted to ridicule God.

    Motive is as important as the action itself- David numbered Israel because he was trying to justify their victories with their population. Going down memory lane, Israel has never been a large nation vis-à-vis population. From the bible, about 3 million Jews entered the promised land; the 2013 population estimate is 8,051,200 according to Wikipedia. Nevertheless, they have fought historical battles with nations quadruple their number and prevailed because of God.

    God was angry with David and 70,000 people died as a result of the fallout of the census he conducted. When Israel disobeyed God via Archan’s indiscretion, a small nation Ai, humiliated them-This goes a long way to buttress the source of their victories.

    The walls of Jericho fell down via trumpets and not ballistic missiles; God told Jehoshaphat to leave the battle to him- he did and God fought for them. The Egyptians perished in the sea via the supernatural works of God not of man. Gideon came to God with more than 20,000 soldiers; God reduced them to 300, because they would have attributed the victory to their number.

    They that put their trust in the lord shall be as mount Zion which can’t be removed but abideth forever. God is all we need to have all our needs met and fight our battles. Our trust must not be in our money, ideas, people…; we must look unto the author and finisher of our faith. He’s the beginning and the ending- there’s a way that seems right to a man but the end leads to destruction. God is omniscient-he knows everything, let’s put our trust in him, because the wisdom of this world is foolishness in the sight of God.

  • Kunle 9:39 am on September 10, 2013 Permalink | Reply  


    The Spirit is the life Giver; the body does not benefit anything. The words that I speak with you are spirit and life. John 6:63

    The mind governed by the flesh is death, but the mind governed by the Spirit is life and peace. Romans 8:6

    I want to share something very special with you today; the Holy Spirit, gave me this message 48 hours ago.

    The Holy Ghost is the most important person in this dispensation; to benefit from his ministry, spirituality is required. We must embrace a lifestyle that draws people to God because they will not always listen to us, but will take note of our actions. Our light should shine before men that they may glorify God; Nebuchadnezzar though an unbeliever, made a declaration that only the God of Daniel, should be worshipped in the kingdom, via Daniel’s exemplary lifestyle of righteousness.

    Galatians 5:25 says, ‘if we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit.’While living in the Spirit may entail going to church, walking in the Spirit is the ‘real deal’. To walk in the Spirit, we must be spiritual whether we’re in the sanctuary or not. Our lives must depict that of Jesus Christ; if you won’t be rude to a person in the church, why should you insult him outside the premises of the sanctuary. God can speak to us or direct us anytime; if we’re not walking in the Spirit all the time, we could miss out on some instructions from God.

    God deals with us according to his timing which we must subscribe to. John was in the spirit on the lord’s day and he heard the voice of his majesty. The bible also says, ‘he that hath ears let him hear what the Spirit saith.’ In order words, he that has spiritual ears, let him hear what the Spirit is saying. A lot of factors can interfere with spiritual signals, John couldn’t have been angry at the island of Patmos and at the same time, receive instructions from God. The bible says,’the kingdom of God is within us; hence we carry Jesus everywhere. He dwells on our inside, therefore, we must be conscious of this everyday; furthermore, it must reflect in the way we live and relate with others. I strongly believe, if we live an exemplary lifestyle like Daniel and Joseph, unbelievers will draw near to us and desire what we have. The bible says,’ the things which Jesus began to teach and to do’; he wasn’t just preaching, he was an embodiment of the message, because faith without works is dead.

    Life is a battleground; hence, we need to be armed like soldiers in the lord’s army. The word of God is the sword of the spirit. Our battle is not carnal, it is a spiritual battle, thus only spiritual arsenals will do. The word of God brings situations under control; God doesn’t do anything aside speaking the word. We’re created in the same image and likeness of the father; hence, we should take a cue from him and rule our world as kings and priests. Jesus Christ used the word and he was on top of situations every time.

    John 6:63 says, ‘the words I speak are Spirit and life,’ the word of God contains the life of God making it creative. Please remember that Jesus is the word of God; whenever the word is released, Jesus is summoned, while his father, the Holy ghost goes into operation. The word of God is the remote control that powers the Holy Spirit. Whenever you issue the word, the Holy Spirit, moves into action to bring it to pass, because he inspired the writing of the word. Furthermore, God confirms the word of his servant and performs the counsel of his messenger. Please do understand, the bible says ‘servant’ not preacher; do you serve God in one capacity or the other in the kingdom? If yes, then you are qualified to enjoy speedy confirmation of his word, because God is only committed to you based on your commitment to him. The bible says in Psalm 18:26, ‘to the pure you show yourself pure, and with the crooked, you show yourself astute.’

    In the beginning, darkness was upon the face of the deep; though the Holy Spirit was moving upon the surface of the water, the status quo remained, until God spoke the word,’ let there be light’. Until you speak, you’re not going to experience the power of God; we’re admonished to open our mouth wide so that God can fill it- because you can have whatsoever you say. Furthermore, Jesus did many wonders while on earth by the spoken word; Joshua commanded the sun to stand still; Elijah changed the atmospheric condition and brought down fire by his word. Ezekiel spoke to the dry bones, the Spirit of God entered and life surged into them, because the word is Spirit and life.

    I don’t know what that situation is, but I do know if you will look at those dry bones like Ezekiel did and speak the word of God, life will surge into it and God will restore all the years lost. It is well. Shalom

  • Kunle 7:54 pm on September 6, 2013 Permalink | Reply  


    Mathew 26:53, 54: Thinkesth thou that I cannot now pray to my father, and he shall presently give me more than twelve legions of angels. But how then shall the scriptures be fulfilled, that thus it must be

    Mathew 3:15: suffer it to be so now: for thus it becometh us to fulfil all righteousness.

    When it was time for Jesus’s crucifixion, the scribes came to arrest him. In the ensuing milieu, one of his disciples reached for his sword, and cut off the ear of one of the scribes. Jesus restrained him, and healed the man who lost his ear; he made them understand, he could defend himself, but it was necessary, to go through the process.

    The law of necessity must be understood and applied if we must succeed in life. Life is a phase, it’s a process that leads to a glorious end. Nevertheless, our God believes in order. From the life of our saviour, we can learn some valuable lessons. Jesus went through a very shameful, and painful process to liberate mankind from the devil. He came to get back what Adam lost in the garden of Eden; but for this to happen, he had to endure the pain of the cross, and subject himself to certain things.

    Life will throw a lot of darts at us but we must remain focused to partake of our inheritance. Rome wasn’t built in a day, it took a lot of investment and effort to make it an enviable state. A bachelor’s degree can’t be acquired in a day, it takes years of education with diverse challenges surmounted to get one.

    Trials are the launch pads of champions- they are motivated when challenges come because they see an opportunity to be rewarded. Without the cross there’ll be no Christianity, without sorrow, joy wouldn’t be rewarding. Trials are necessary in life to achieve success; any destiny the devil doesn’t fight will amount to nothing. Herod issued a decree to kill babies because of one- Jesus Christ. Moses had a similar experience and would have been killed, but for divine intervention

    It is good to have a vision, but it is necessary to have some virtues to achieve it: Discipline is required to achieve success in life; Joseph had to go through imprisonment to get to the palace. Jesus told Paul, he’ll take him before kings to preach the gospel. Do you know Paul went through the prison walls to meet Caesar? Yes, he did. God doesn’t reveal the process; he only tells us the destination. It took Paul several years before the prophecy was fulfilled.

    Prophecy is not automatic, you have to war to possess your possession. God told the Israelites to go ahead and possess the land he’s given them. If God has given them the land, why the need to fight to possess it? It’s the modus operandi, of the creator and it’s been so, since the days of John the Baptist. God doesn’t change, yet he’s relevant.

    There’ll be seasons of trials in your life, but be calm for the battle is the lord’s and he’s won already. Please understand something, God is not telling us to fight to determine the winner; Jesus Christ defeated the devil 2,000 years ago, thus, we received the power to destroy all the works of the enemy. All we’re told to do is to exercise our authority over the defeated devil and his little cronies.

    Discipline can’t be over-emphasized to have a quality walk with God. So many anointed men have lost their place in history courtesy of indiscipline. Talent is not enough, anointing is not sufficient- discipline is the key. If Joseph had slept with Potiphar’s wife, he would have sold his glory, just like Esau. Discipline will see you through any trial the devil brings your way.

    What you’re going through is because of where you are going; hang in there, you will excel.

  • Kunle 11:22 am on September 4, 2013 Permalink | Reply  


    But Seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and all these things shall be added…. (Mathew 6:33)

    What you decide to prioritize will decide your success in life. If you place priority on the right thing, you’ll reap the dividends. Conversely, if you put emphasis on the wrong thing, you’ll suffer the consequences. Your success in any endeavour is directly proportional to the direct investment of your time and resources in that area.

    Scientist place emphasis on science; doctors on medicine; lawyers on law, hence they invest their time, energy and resources in the field; Shakespeare placed emphasis on literature, thus, he’s a force to reckon with it in the literary world. Good principles are universal, irrespective of religion, race or creed. Every good knowledge is from God; it doesn’t have to carry a biblical tag.

    It is imperative to put things in perspective in our lives; economists are proponents of scale of preference to put things in order for efficiency. It is pertinent for the believer to devote attention to the right thing, for there is a way that seems right to a man, but the end thereof, leads to death.

    To achieve success in the kingdom of God we need to know what God considers a priority for his ways are not ours. The word of God admonishes us to seek first his kingdom to benefit from the largesse available.

    We must be born again to be members of the kingdom of the most high God; Jesus must be allowed into our lives to permeate our spirit with illumination from the throne of grace. The most important thing in life is our salvation that we may escape eternal damnation. Furthermore, it qualifies us for citizenship into the most glorious kingdom in the universe- a kingdom of kings and priests. Until we receive Jesus into our lives as our personal lord and saviour, there’ll be no access to the throne of grace. You’ll agree with me, your bedroom is not for strangers, but for those you consider as family. In the same vein, the kingdom of God is meant for the children of God.

    It is not enough to be a child of God; Jesus must take center stage in our lives- he must take pre-eminence in our lives. A practical example from the holy book is the reception held in honour of Jesus in the home of Mary and Martha. Martha was more concerned with the earthly- she was more interested in preparing food for the saviour; while there is nothing wrong in that, the saviour appreciated Mary who sat gracefully at his feet to hear the living word.

    Another case study stems from the woman who poured expensive perfume on Jesus-the disciples saw it as a gullible act because they reasoned, it could have been sold, with the money utilized for something more ‘important’. Jesus made it emphatically clear as a crystal, in his response to their disdain,’ Ye have the poor always with you, but me not always’. (Mathew 26:11) Jesus was teaching them the law of priority which he taught Martha as well. We must learn to give place to what is really important in our lives for success in our endeavours.

    We must expunge carnality and embrace spiritually- to be carnally minded is death, to be spiritually minded is life and peace. We must focus on kingdom service to enjoy the inherent benefits of the blessed kingdom of God in every facet of our lives. God pays better than the biggest organization in the universe; he is not a user of men, his generosity knows no bound. It stretches across the galaxies into the heavens; how else can we come to terms with his offer of a reward, if we’ll be kind enough, to give a cup of water in the name of the gospel.

    We must embrace holiness for without which no man can see God- the righteousness of God must be embraced with all vigour and strength. Sin hinders the prayer of the saints; it is a destroyer and it keeps God away because he is holy. Conversely, a holy life enjoys the commitment of the creator. Irrespective of the height a man attains sin can bring him down- ask Samson.

    We’re admonished to be followers of those who by faith and patience obtained the promise. Taking a look at the fathers’ of faith, one thing is very clear- they loved God and made his business theirs. Abraham, Joseph, David… were faithful with the things of the creator. They ensured he was first in their lives, making sure he increased while they decreased. Jesus Christ, though was in so much pain, submitted himself to the will of God.

    I am not oblivious there are different keys to success in life; nevertheless, the most important is seeking the kingdom of God. It must be a priority- we must strive to please God by honouring him via obedience to his word. Let’s embrace a lifestyle of service in the masters’ kingdom for we are created for his pleasure to do good works which he ordained before creation. Shalom

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