Accepting…

Our Lord, my prayer today is that you help us to continue looking at you no matter what! Our Lord, come to our rescue when we can stand situations in our lives and help us to accept what we can’t change and just let it go in your hands, in Jesus Name, amen!

Good morning my beautiful friends! I pray for a great day full of joy, creativity and productivity for God’s glory!

In my heart today is acceptance, so I go back in time and I post few parts from a previous post in the Ministry’s main blog, (www.lovingministry.net) and its title was “The Peace of Acceptance” and I quote:

Ephesians 4v29-32

 “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen. And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, with whom you were sealed for the day of redemption. Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of
malice. Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.”

When we accept the true insight of where we are and what we truly feel, peace will cover our souls and our existence. When we apologise even when we are right, a freedom comes upon us and we find easier our peace.

Acceptance of who we are in Christ will guide us to become who we really are: a Christ-like
individual. By accepting that we need to play with the rules of the Kingdom will allow us to keep remembering and being conscious of what comes out of our mouths.

There are a lot of ways to say the same thing and being beneficial instead of harming. But this is another discussion.

There are a lot of genuine lovable Christians who live in a permanent guilt because they have feelings. They have feelings of anger, feelings of fear and sadness. It is important, essential, and vital that we do study the word of God by the guidance of the Holy Spirit and understand what says. Read that Jesus Christ wept; read that He got afraid and asked that cup to be taken away from Him; He got angry and broke everything outside the Temple!

However, He lived on earth as man and He was sinless. The sin is not in relation to our feelings but what we do about our feelings or where we go with our feelings.

When we accept that we were created with feelings, we will find peace. When we accept that the important is what we do with our feelings, we will become more self-aware and
more pro-active.

Acceptance is peace in so many ways.

Amen!

Love,

Dimitra

 

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