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God Loves Every Lost Sheep

william-adolphe-bouguereau-biblistommaso-masaccio-adam-and-eve-banished-from-paradise-circa-1427-detailandrew-wyeth-christina-s-worldI think the hardest thing for a person is to rise above his ego. We all have one and it wields it’s desires like the proverbial child screaming for the candy bar. When one is Born Again, one is told to live by the spirit and not the flesh, which is another name for the ego. I suppose one’s maturity would be the degree to which one could do this. My life has always had a leading to it. I wish I had listened when I was a teen. I could have avoided all my misfortunes but I was too proud. A Jewish person does not find Jesus easily. It is considered a terrible thing by other Jewish people. It would have been nearly impossible for me to find Jesus without so much pain that I came to him like nearly drowned rat. Some people have to find Jesus like this. Some people find Him easily. I suppose it comes down to the person’s pride. Lucifer is the asteroid of pride, not evil as people tend to think. I can feel the asteroid Lucifer in people. It is a shame to have so much pride that you miss God.




2 thoughts on “God Loves Every Lost Sheep

  1. amiannLon Spector

    The Bible says that “No man can come to Christ, unless the Father calls him, and I
    will raise him up on the last day.” The Apostle Paul said about fallen away Christians:
    “They did not remain with us because they were never a part of us to begin with.”
    I believe that all aspects of our “Christian Walk” are preordained. God chooses a certain
    number of people to become “born again.” Mere Church attendance is NOT being born
    again. A person can easily P-R-A-Y on Sunday, and P-R-E-Y on Monday!

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