“The Lord rescues them”

In Psalm 41, verses one through three, David writes, “Oh, the joys of those who are kind to the poor! The Lord rescues them when they are in trouble. The Lord protects them and keeps them alive. He gives them prosperity in the land and rescues them from their enemies. The Lord nurses them when they are sick and restores them to health.”

This is another reminder to us from the Bible that God and Christ want us to give of ourselves and try to think of those who are less fortunate and in what way that we can possibly contribute to their lives. Jesus talks about this in many different ways in the New Testament, he uses parables as well as commanding us directly to channel his love of all beings through our hearts to try to do what we can for others who may need our help.

When I interacted with Christ and God using a legal substance over a number of years, I found him to be the consciousness of the Sun, our star. This surprised me and shook me in many ways, and it took many interactions with his radiant light and unconditional love for me to accept this.

Being surrounded by his beautiful warmth, love, peace and tranquility really showed me how much he loves every being and just how much he wants us to follow his teachings of loving others as ourselves. He wants us to extend ourselves to those in need so that we can bring his love to them through ourselves; it not only blesses the recipient but it allows us to experience his love in ways that we wouldn’t otherwise.

link to my free ebook in pdf format: “Messages from the Sun God, Jesus Christ”
church page/blog https://jesusisthesun.com                                                                                 my ebook is now available on blogger at this  link: https://messagesftsg.blogspot.com  youtube channel: Heavenly Light youtube channel

 

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