Jesus Kneeling by the Side of the Road

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How far are we willing to go to really love the Lord?

Excerpt from

From the Lions and the Bride

by Marianne Tioran

Concept: Embracing the cross

Jesus told us to pick up our cross and follow him. We must do so willingly.

Embracing the cross is more than the private consecration of your heart to Jesus.

It also means being sensitive to those around you who are suffering on their crosses.

Because, it says in scripture that we are to see Jesus in our fellow man, and when they suffer, He suffers.

If we cannot look at our hurting neighbor, and see Jesus hurting as well, then we are not true believers.

Furthermore, embracing the cross also means being sensitive to our own present and future sins, because each one is a nail through his hands.

We must learn to care more about what hurts Jesus, than what hurts ourselves.

He wants to share his heart with us.

Therefore, we must not ignore Him nor be lukewarm.

We must be passionate in our devotion to Him, as He is toward us.

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Dream

On July 6, 1999 I had a dream about the Lord, which conveys this message of the cross better than I can. It is my burden to present it here.

In the dream I saw that it was close to the time of the crucifixion.

I saw Jesus in his long robe, kneeling on the small path leading to Calvary.

I was trying different things to help Jesus feel comforted.

He sweetly rejected my attempts. Helpless, I just stood there. He continued to kneel, facing Calvary.

The path then changed into a modern highway, and Jesus became a lonely figure kneeling on the side of the road.

He was taking on all our present day sins, as well as those we haven’t committed yet.

Suddenly, a large vehicle drove by a very great speed, and the wind from its passing almost knocked Jesus over. Other traffic flew by. He was covered with dust, but He continued to kneel.

It was Jesus, Himself, on the side of the road, someone any of us would want to meet in person.

Yet no one stopped.

They just flew by and ignored Him. They didn’t notice. Or, if they noticed, they didn’t care. Jesus was treated with indifference, or apathy.

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Question for each of us

Jesus is kneeling on the side of our road. Will we stop and care, or will we not care, and just pass by?

Are we lukewarm toward Him?

There is not only Jesus Himself that is on our path, but our fellow man, in whom His spirit resides.

Do we face our present and future sins with carelessness? Are we blind to our own faults? Do we assume that since we are “covered by the blood,” we don’t need to try that hard to avoid sin? Do we take our time repenting, or even worse, do we deny, or justify our sins?

If so, then we are guilty of crucifying Him afresh.

We need to learn to just stop and care. We need to crucify, and purify, our own hearts and stop piercing His.

We should not look away from evil and harm being done to others. This is spiritual cowardice.

If we allow the evil, by refusing to stop and care and take action, then we are guilty too.

And all we have done is thrown dust all over a lonely suffering figure kneeling by the side of the road. We must learn to forget ourselves, and think only of Him.

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Back to embracing the cross

Embrace the cross and you will embrace His heart.

Become His possession.

Climb on the cross, and share His heart, and know the love He has for you.

Know the beauty of sacrificial love. Become a living sacrifice for Him.

Don’t do the artificial thing, and just “think” about the sufferings of Christ as a historical event. This is not embracing the cross.

Don’t just think about how Jesus forgave others who hurt and tortured Him. Forgive others who hurt you.

Don’t just think on the meekness of Jesus, as He endured and submitted to judgment by others.

Do the same as He did.

Do we forget ourselves, and help the oppressed, heal the broken hearted, and feed the poor, as Jesus did?

Do we raise those who are bowed down, or do we have time for them?

Allow Him to possess you.

The Lord is very jealous over anyone who has utterly abandoned himself to Him.

He promises to come when they call out to Him. He hears the cry of the righteous and delivers them from all their troubles.

It is the fire, the passion, of the cross that brings God closer to us.

And it is our love that drives us to embrace the cross to begin with.

It is a constant process of drawing closer, and closer to the only One that matters.

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True Worship

Love the Lord.  Love others.

Whatever breaks their hearts, let it break yours.

Allow your spirit to become passive before the beauty and love of the Lord.

And as He lifts you upward toward Himself, He will purify you.

The more you passively submit to the Lord, the quicker you will draw to Him.

His greatest passion is to love you.

And, as you melt and become nothing before Him on your cross, the sweet fragrance of your living sacrifice will rise before His throne of grace and honor Him.

As you annihilate, and forget, your “self,” you will enter into the true worship, presence and glory of God.


34 Responses to “Jesus Kneeling by the Side of the Road”

  1. Wonderful word Marianne!! This really edified and ecncouraged my soul today, thank you for sharing it! God Bless.

    Tyrone

  2. Know your God, and do exploits. Life goes on still…

  3. WONDERFUL LESSON AND WORDS MARIANNE , IT SEEMS WHEN WE REACH OUT TO OTHERS THOSE ARE ALWAYS THE TIMES WHEN WE FEEL THE CLOSEST TO OUR BELOVED LORD AND SAVIOR AND THE HAPPIEST.

    GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR WEB SIGHT. PRAISE GOD , IT DOES SO MANY THINGS . YOU TEACH , YOU COMFORT, YOU WAKE UP MANY OF THE LUKE WARM, YOU ADMONISH, AND GODS WORD ALONG WITH YOUR TESTIMONY AND OTHERS TESTIMONEY BRING OTHERS TO CHRIST. ALL THAT AND ALSO YOUR WEB ALLOWS OTHER CHRISTIANS TO HAVE A PLACE TO VOICE THEIR TESTIMONIES, PRAISE THE LORD AND EXPRESS THEMSELVES AND BE A PART OF THIS WONDERFUL WORK OF THE LORDS . WHAT A BLESSED WORK GOD HAS CALLED YOU TO AND GIVEN THE ANOINTING FOR YOU TO BE ABLE TO DO IT SO WELL. PRAISE AND GLORY AND HONOR BELONG TO OUR HEAVENLY FATHER GOD FOREVER AND EVER FOR ALL HIS MANY BLESSINGS. YOUR HARD WORK ON THIS THE LORD’S AND YOUR WEB SIGHT IS ONE OF HIS MANY BLESSINGS FOR SURE.. .

    BLESSINGS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
    LOVE YOU,

  4. Interesting dream Marianne, because it was in the summer of 1999 that Christ appeared before me for the first time and spoke to me. After my son and I returned from Australia, a few years later I was crucified on an international forum and afterwards came my ascension. Part of what happened is also mentioned in Rev 12. That seems like a life time ago now.

    We are now in Rev 21.

  5. Christ tried to teach you all that our God did not ask for sacrifice, he asked for MERCY.

  6. I know that you will all like this message .It was send to me as few minutes ago .In order to understand you should read the other 2 previous massages that I post and them read this one .The Lord is really addressing this group.

    TWELVE BEATITUDES

    April 14, 1991

    “Blessed be Yahweh, who performs
    marvels of love for me.” 1

    peace be with you; now, tell Me, pupil: are you happy to have Me as your Spiritual Director?

    Yes Lord, more than happy. I am learning many things directly from Your Mouth, and others too!

    would you like to write?

    I am ready to serve You, my God,
    make me ready and open my ear
    to hear only Your Voice;

    hear Me then:

    – blessed are those who work for Peace; they shall prosper in My Peace and radiate My Light forever and ever;

    – blessed are the compassionate; they shall see Mercy in the Day of Judgement;

    – blessed are the generous souls who share My Cup; they will be called heirs of My Salvation;

    – blessed are those who espouse themselves to Me; this same joy I feel as a Bridegroom they too shall feel, the day they meet Me face to face;

    – blessed are you who have not accepted any other testimony but the One and only Truth I Myself have given you; I tell you: come! come into My Kingdom and share everything I have, with Me;

    – blessed are those who do not differentiate themselves under My Holy Name, but show their unity through their humility and love; they shall be called Pillars and Foundation of God’s Sanctuary;

    – blessed are you who believe without seeing; rejoice, for the Grace you received from My Father and pray for those who have not yet received this Grace;

    – blessed are you who accept to be scourged, humiliated and nailed with Me to the Cross, and who bear the marks of My Body on yours; your room in Heaven will be opened to receive you and your compensation will be great;

    – blessed are those who keep My Name Holy; when they call and ask in My Name, I shall listen;

    – blessed are the small ones who praise and adore Me; in them I shall do great things;

    – blessed are the faithful, who observe My Commandments and from Scriptures do not change one stroke from what has been written; theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven;

    – blessed are you, My lambs who are chased like game, for My sake, by ravenous wolves; because I shared your meal side by side with you, I tell you, all your sufferings are not in vain; the Father sees all this and takes accounts of everyone’s deeds; it will not go as hard on Sodom and Gomorrah as it will go on them for having persecuted My Holy Spirit;

    so stay awake, because no one knows the Day nor the Hour of My coming; your King will be coming soon; the One you have been waiting for so long shall suddenly come upon you; so courage, beloved ones; indeed, the devil’s smoke has penetrated into My Sanctuary, but what smoke lasts forever? I shall, with the Breath of My Holy Spirit, dissipate and blow away this smoke and no authority nor any power from beneath will be able to intervene;

    I am coming to bring Fire to the earth and purify nation after nation; be blessed;

    ——————————————————————————–

    1 Ps. 31:21.

    PREV INDEX NEXT

    • Thank you Rosa. That was beautiful.

    • Rosa
      I Know I said I would stay out of this, But I have one question for you. What must a person do to saved? It need not be an answer from Vassula.

    • Would you mind giving us your declaration of Faith? We know you belong to the Roman Catholic Church.

      Could you detail what it is that you believe just as Marianne as done on her declaration of Faith page?

      And could you explain who Vassula is?

      Thank you

  7. – blessed are those WHO DO NOT DIFFERENTIATE THEMSELVES under My Holy Name, but show their UNITY through their humility and love

    Below is a verse from the Holy Bible that contradicts the above statement:

    2 Corinthians 6:Do Not Be Yoked With Unbelievers

    14Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness? 15What harmony is there between Christ and Belialb? What does a believer have in common with an unbeliever? 16What agreement is there between the temple of God and idols? For we are the temple of the living God. As God has said: “I will live with them and walk among them, and I will be their God, and they will be my people.”c

    17“Therefore COME OUT FROM THEM AND BE SEPARATE

    and be separate,

    says the Lord.

    Touch no unclean thing,

    and I will receive you.”d

    18“I will be a Father to you,

    and you will be my sons and daughters,

    says the Lord Almighty.”e

    *So do we believe the above post or do we believe the Holy Bible?

    We are told in G-d’s Word that we are NOT to “UNIFY” ourselves with the unbelievers. The only ones wanting and promoting “UNITY” are the New Agers and those promoting One World Religion.

    Yes, the above is “beautifully written with beautiful sounding words”….this is the seduction and we must be extremely cautious.

    • the words are consistent with scripture.

      • no they are not-look again and carefully. I have already shown one contradiction above through the scriptures. If there is one then there are more.

        • itsme

          Jesus does not say in the passage to unite with unbelievers…..he is talking to believers

          Your misinterpretations of the passage is just stirring confusion.

          the passage is not talking about Belial,… it does not SAY that and you cannot FORCE that misinterpretation onto the passage

          • I would agree that It could go either way-it could have 2 interpretations-this why we must read very carefully and have discernment.

            Also, do we see “thus saith the Lord”?

            And have we ever heard Jesus use this language before “tell Me, pupil: are you happy to have Me as your Spiritual Director?”

            These are good questions to ask. We must always ask questions and never “assume”.

  8. Thou shalt love the Lord Thy God with all thy heart and thy brother as thy self.
    Unless one eats from My Body and drinks from My Blood will not enter the kingdom of Heaven,

    Just to believe that one is saved does not make a person saved.
    One must follow Christ foot steps (THE WAY TO THE CALVARY) Do you love me asked the Lord?:Then pick up your cross and follow me! You must not judge, you must become color blind, you must erase from your mind all the malice , self assurance, envy, and all evil that can and will keep you from entering the kingdom of Heaven .” Be one As I and the Father are one”.

  9. THE NICENE CREED (381 A.D.)

    We believe in one God,
    the Father, the Almighty,
    of all that is, seen and unseen.

    We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ,
    the only Son of God,
    eternally begotten of the Father,
    God from God, Light from Light,
    true God from true God,
    begotten, not made,
    of one Being with the Father.

    Through him all things were made.

    For us and for our salvation
    he came down from heaven:
    by the power of the Holy Spirit
    he became incarnate from the Virgin Mary,
    and was made man.

    For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate;
    he suffered death and was buried.

    On the third day he rose again
    in accordance with the Scriptures;
    he ascended into heaven
    and is seated at the right hand of the Father.

    He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead,
    and his kingdom will have no end.

    We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life,
    who proceeds from the Father and the Son.

    With the Father and the Son he is worshiped and glorified.

    He has spoken through the Prophets.

    We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church.

    We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins.

    We look for the resurrection of the dead,
    and the life of the world to come. Amen.

    THE NICENE CREED (381 A.D.)

    We believe in one God,
    the Father, the Almighty,
    of all that is, seen and unseen.

    We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ,
    the only Son of God,
    eternally begotten of the Father,
    God from God, Light from Light,
    true God from true God,
    begotten, not made,
    of one Being with the Father.

    Through him all things were made.

    For us and for our salvation
    he came down from heaven:
    by the power of the Holy Spirit
    he became incarnate from the Virgin Mary,
    and was made man.

    For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate;
    he suffered death and was buried.

    On the third day he rose again
    in accordance with the Scriptures;
    he ascended into heaven
    and is seated at the right hand of the Father.

    He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead,
    and his kingdom will have no end.

    We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life,
    who proceeds from the Father and the Son.

    With the Father and the Son he is worshiped and glorified.

    He has spoken through the Prophets.

    We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church.

    We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins.

    We look for the resurrection of the dead,
    and the life of the world to come. Amen.

  10. Rosa
    I take it that the first response above is Vassula speaking, while the other is you Rosa (Nicene Creed). My wish with this response is to talk to Rosa only.
    Rosa I agree with ninety percent of what the Nicene creed says, and thank you for posting it. it is a good reference to have. Me as a Baptist, you can probably guess the parts I do not agree with.

    In a noncondemning way, I would like to point out something that you may not be aware of. In your first response you said:
    “Unless one eats from my body and drinks from my blood will not enter the kingdom of heaven.” In your second response, you quote the Nicene Creed. The first response is nowhere to be found in this Nicene creed, in fact it contradicts the Nicene Creed. That first response is not even found anywhere in the Word of God itself. If you go and ask one of your Catholic priests, I gurantee you that they will not say that the communion is a condition of salvation. I know that they put alot more “value” in the communion than do us protestants, but that is not what is in the discussion here. We are Talking only about salvation here.

    In fact, Rosa, The Nicene creed is just that, a creed or a belief.
    though actions on the part of the believer are suggested in it, nowhere are those actions required for salvation. Acts 16:30-31 says “…Sirs, what must I do to be saved?’ 31. And they said (Paul and Silas) ‘BELIEVE in the LORD Jesus, and you will be saved, you and your household.'” Repentence and belief are the only “requirements” of salvation. As Paul says in Epheshians 2:8,9: “For by GRACE you have been saved through FAITH. And this is NOT your OWN DOING; it is the GIFT of God, 9.NOT a result of works, so that noone may boast.”

    Rosa, If a spirit is teaching you to believe in things that contradict the teaching of the Catholic church and the Word of God, does that mean you should believe them, or renounce them?

    I know that catholics and protestants disagree on what we Must do as Christians after we are saved, But as for salvation we are in agreement. It is God’s Grace that saves US Not our works. May I Suggest to you, Rosa, that you Pray to Jesus that he will show you His Grace, That Jesus blood and sacrifice on the cross Is all we need to save us and protect us from Judgement.

    I will close with the Apostle Paul’s prayer for spiritual strength. May the Word of God shine its Light on you.
    “14. For this reason I bow my knees before the Father,
    15. from whom every family in heaven and on earth is named,
    16. that according to the riches of his Glory he may grant you to be strengthened with power through HIS SPIRIT in your inner being,
    17. So that Christ may DWELL in your hearts through FAITH- that you, being rooted and grounded in LOVE,
    18. may have strength to COMPREHEND with all the saints what is the breadth and length and height and depth,
    19. and to KNOW the LOVE of CHRIST that surpasses knowledge, that you may be FILLED with all the FULLNESS OF GOD.
    20. Now to him who is able to DO far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us,
    21. to him be glory in the church and in Christ JESUS throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen. Eph.3:14-21

    • dru

      regarding’

      “Unless one eats from my body and drinks from my blood will not enter the kingdom of heaven.”

      Mat 26:26 ¶ And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed [it], and brake [it], and gave [it] to the disciples, and said, Take, eat; this is my body.

      Mat 26:27 And he took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave [it] to them, saying, Drink ye all of it;

      Mat 26:28 For this is my blood of the new testament, which is shed for many for the remission of sins.

      1Cr 11:27 Wherefore whosoever shall eat this bread, and drink [this] cup of the Lord, unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord.

      The Nicene creed does not have to mention this, just as a statement of salvation does not have to.

      So there is no contradiction between the creed and the quotation from Matthew. They are different topics.

  11. Dru
    Here is the address to the Catholic Incyclopedia . all you have to do is : type on the search bar (Catholic Incyclopedia }there You can find all the answers to your questions .Please remember that our bible has much more info than yours .

    • Rosa

      Dru just wants to know if Catholics believe they are saved by grace and the blood of Jesus shed for them on the cross. That they can do nothing of themselves to achieve salvation, but rely instead on what Jesus did. That is, you cannot earn your way to heaven. It is only by the grace of God that we are saved. He wants to know if you agree with that and believe that.

    • Are you saying that the quote is from an apocryphal book, if so could you locate it for me as my bible does not have those books in it for me to reference.

      • I think there is some confusion here. Matthew is not an apocryphal book. Neither is corinthians.

        THey show bread and wine = body and blood at last supper.

        Then John makes an extra connection

        John 6:54, “…Unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood,
        you shall not have life in you.

        John 6:55, “He who eats my flesh and drinks My blood has life everlasting…”

        John 6:57, “He who eats My flesh and drinks My blood, abides in Me and I in him.”

        1Cor 11:29, “For he who eats and drinks unworthily without distinguishing the body, eats and drinks judgment to himself.”

        Look over this chapter….it is in there in context.
        http://www.blueletterbible.org/Bible.cfm?b=Jhn&c=6&v=54&t=KJV#54

        • Marianne
          You must put those verses from John in context. read the whole chapter. Bread of life is a comparison to manna of the OT Not a reference to communion. He is foretelling his sacrifice on the cross. In the Pauline letters, we clearly see that the communion is something we do as a reminder of the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. The key word in the corinthian quote is “unworthily”.
          I was aware that John had these quotes, but they in no way refer to the communion, nor this being a reference to it being a requirement of salvation.
          I asked Rosa if these statements came from the apocrypha because she answered me by leading me to a site that discusses the apocryphal books.

          John 6:29 “Jesus answered them, ‘This is the work of God, That you BELIEVE IN WHOM HE HAS SENT.”
          Rosa, in her first statement, refered to this passage as a work by her statement that belief does not equal salvation, which Jesus words contradict. It is belief in the LORDship of Jesus, thereby making his sacrifice sufficient to cover all sin, that this belief entails. This takes FAITH to believe.
          It is the work of God that Justifies us, Not any work that we can do.
          I hope this clarifies my point, when she quoted John, she implied it was a work required of salvation. Just as it is Not our Love for God that saves us, It is his love for us. Yes we are Commanded to love God with all our heart, But we cannot love him until we believe in the sufficiency of the cross.

          • hi dru

            I agree with you about the interpretation of John. I was just trying to show where Catholics get the scriptures for their doctrine of transubstantiation.

            • Thank you Marianne
              I Have said what I want Rosa to hear and will leave it at that. The Holy Spirit will do its work if there is work to be done.
              With regard to dissentions and enmity amongst us, I believe the Lord is teaching us to Love and forgive as he has and will continue to Love and forgive us. I have found that in my own personal life, Forgiving is a lot harder to do than condemning. It takes Humility to forgive as it takes humility to repent. God Bless

  12. Thank you Marianne
    I have said what I wanted to say to Rosa and will let the Holy Spirit do its work from here on out.
    With regard to the strife amongst us, I believe the Lord is teaching us how to Love and forgive each other. It takes Humility not just to repent, but also to forgive. God bless.

  13. Message from Dru:

    Marianne
    Any way, you must have blocked that page or something. Here is the Gist of what I said, and it pertains to this page as well.

    With regards to Rosa, I have said what I would like to say to her.
    The holy Spirit will do its work in her if that is God’s will.

    With regard to animosity amongst us, I believe the Lord is teaching us to love and forgive one another as he has done for us.
    It takes humility to repent, but it also takes humility to forgive one another as well. We should not be in a battle of wills, but rather a building up of one another In Christ. Or working out our faith with fear and trembling.

    Rosa, If you happen to be reading this, I am sorry if what i said has injured you in any way. My Goal has and always will be to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ as the Lord in his mercy has revealed it to us. He works in different ways in different people, but so long as the requirements of salvation are the same, Repentence and belief, we are all brothers and sisters in Christ. How we express our Love for the Lord will vary from person to person, but so long as the heart is pure he will accept our sacrifices.
    WE (or me) often try to make others be like us, but it is not a mass of like minded people the Lord wants, but rather a group of individuals Through faith in his sacrifice on the cross, Expressing their Love for him in their own individual way.
    We (or me) often fall into the practice of criticizing the differences amongst people, rather than celebrating them. It is the story of Humankind and sinfullness. It is what leads nation to fight against nation, and brother to fight against brother.

    The Catholic church believes in the Holy trinity, and the divinity of Christ, as do us protestents. Both catholics and protestents believe that we cannot save ourselves and require God’s grace to save. How we express our faith after that is between us and God. Let’s stop dwelling on each others errors, for we all are sinners, and focus on the cross and Jesus sacrifice. Only then will we see unity. Let us correct only those who do not share those two truths, rather than each other.
    God bless all.

    dru said this on April 10, 2011 at 6:03 pm

  14. Dearest Marianne .I thought that by giving you the Apostles creed you would all would see what we believe on .and how can you even ask such a question since your religion was once part of ours .please remember that the bishop who found your religious beliefs was a man who did a lot of things contrary to the holy Church such as having an affair with a nun who later he got married to .The difference between us is :the Holy Eucharist Which we receive as often as we possibly can as to unit ourselves with Christ Holy Body and blood .Because as Letherneck and Drew pointed out .We know that in our own we cannot do anything to save our selves but with His help we can accomplish it all . God bless

    • hi Rosa

      I understand that is what you intended. But for non- catholics, they have a different way of determining what someone believes. The fact that Jesus died “for our salvation” on the cross is in the creed, also baptism for the forgiveness of sins, but the role of grace, repentance, and works is not mentioned. You also just mentioned that you can do nothing to save yourselves, which is close to what Dru is asking. So he just wants to know this:

      Dru just wants to know if Catholics believe they are saved by grace and the blood of Jesus shed for them on the cross. That they can do nothing of themselves to achieve salvation, but rely instead on what Jesus did. That is, you cannot earn your way to heaven. It is only by the grace of God that we are saved.

      He wants to know if you agree with that and believe that. So you would say yes or no. Then reasons if you say no. This question is asking if you can put the catholic words into protestant words.

      Is that a more clear question now?

  15. Yes we believe that and a lot more but just because one believes does not mean that one can go on sinning and believe that he or she can still enter the kingdom of Heaven .And that is why we have the
    Sacrament of Reconciliation as well the Holy Communion which enables us to be forgiven after our falls .Further we know that in our own we cannot do anything but together with the body and blood of Christ in us we are given the power and courage to better our selves.
    hope that will answer all your question .I do not mind if this is for you to learn but if however it is to mock me and my faith them ,you should remember that my faith is the first and the last and there is none between .Do not kid your selves .You are not in the right path.

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