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Characterizes the Entire Person

Integrity characterizes the entire person, not just part of him. He is righteous and honest through and through. He is not only that inside, but also in his outer actions. R. Kent Hughes


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All Things for and Through God

All Things for and Through God

 Old Bishop John Ryle said truthfully: “It is not open sin, or open unbelief, which robs Christ of His professing servants, so much as the love of the world, the fear of the world, the cares of the world, the business of the world, the money of the world, the pleasures of the world, and the desire to keep in touch with the world. This is the great rock on which thousands of young people are continually making shipwreck. They do not object to any article of the Christian faith. They do not deliberately choose evil and openly rebel against God. They hope somehow to get to heaven at last, and they think it proper to have some religion. But they cannot give up their idol: they must have the world. And so after running well and bidding fair for heaven while boys and girls, they turn aside when they become men and women and go down the broad way which leads to destruction. They begin with Abraham and Moses and end with Demas and Lot’s wife.”

What a contrast with the life of Christ who lived to please the Father alone. Man was created to bring “glory, honor and power” to the LORD God. “The chief end of man is to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever.” Hebrews 2:10 reads, “For it was fitting for Him, for whom are all things, and through whom are all things, in bringing many sons to glory, to perfect the author of their salvation through sufferings.” God created you and me for the purpose of showing forth His glory. God is the cause of every object in nature and its only reason for existence is that the grace and power of God may be seen through it. Everything finds its reason and justification in its relationship to Him. He is the final and efficient Cause of all things. It is for His sake that the whole universe exists. All things in the universe exists for God’s glory.

Instead of all things being “for Him” and “through Him” man rebelled against the Creator and chose to reign for self and through self. History has demonstrated that this self-centered life ends in vanity for the individual and dishonor to God’s eternal purpose.

Jesus Christ came to redeem man from his self-centered life, and to bring us back to a right relationship with God that we may serve im “for whom are all things and through whom are all things.” The Creator is also the Redeemer. God’s plan was to bring “many sons to glory,” i.e., to bring many to a saving relationship with Himself through the atoning work of His Son, Jesus Christ who is the Leader in bringing “many sons” to God.

Jesus lived His life on this earth absolutely and entirely for His Father in heaven. He says to us, “All things are for My Father.” His commitment was absolute. His blessedness and everlasting glory are found in living wholly for the Father.

“Through whom are all things” was also true of Jesus. He declared that He could do nothing of Himself because He did only that which the Father showed Him and said to Him. “But He answered them, ‘My Father is working until now, and I Myself am working.’ . . . Therefore Jesus answered and was saying to them, ‘Truly, truly, I say to you, the Son can do nothing of Himself, unless it is something He sees the Father doing; for whatever the Father does, these things the Son also does in like manner. . . I can do nothing on My own initiative. As I hear, I judge; and My judgment is just, because I do not seek My own will, but the will of Him who sent Me’” (John 5:171930). Jesus counted it all joy to do everything in total dependence upon His Father. It was “all things through God.” He did not do anything of Himself, but in continual dependence waiting on the Father working in Him.

The great truth of the Christian life is “all for God,” and “all through God.” The more intimate is our daily walk with the Father, the more we will love and please Him.

“All for God” without exception for a moment, a thought, a word, a promise, a person, a passion, or a possession is the goal of believer. This is the manner in which we please Him perfectly.

“All through God” is the only way we can live a life pleasing to Him. The clearer we focus on doing everything for God the greater is our sense of utter frustration and impotence because you and I cannot do it in our own strength. Only Jesus Christ can live such a life. I cannot in my sinful nature which is prone to please self. But what I cannot do, God can do. God the Holy Spirit works in us to do God’s perfect will. Because it is “all of God” the Holy Spirit does it “all through God.”

As we make ourselves available to Him, He does in and through us all that pleases Him. What is demanded of us is a life of union with Jesus Christ. “For both He who sanctifies and those who are sanctified are all from one Father; for which reason He is not ashamed to call them brethren” (Hebrews 2:11). To live in that oneness is to do “all for God” and “all through God.” The only way to please God is to make ourselves available to Jesus Christ living in us.

The disciple of Jesus Christ no longer lives to please himself. He lives for the Kingdom of God. Whatever happens to him is unimportant; “all for God” is all-important to the disciple. In place of all selfish attainment, however noble, must be a desire, in deed a passion that demands “all for God.” If it is “all for God” then He will be honored and glorified throughout all eternity. To God alone be the glory!Selah!


Message by Wil Pounds (c) 2006

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Is the Supreme Law

I am the Lord; there is no other God. Isaiah 45:5-6

This proves Jehovah is the only God and by extension Gods Law (Common Law- as described by Jesus ) is the supreme law in Canada Joseph- Anthony: Green


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A Prayer for Trust That

And God will generously provide all you need. Then you will always have everything you need and plenty left over to share with others. 2 Corinthians 9: 8 The Holy Bible, The New Living Translation

Prayer: Thank you Jehovah Jireh ( God provides Philippians 4:19 ) You is completely aware of what I need this day.

Thank You for providing for me.

From much experience, I trust that in times of need You will always take care of me, and in times of plenty show me how I can bless others when they are in a time of need.

I pray for Your guidance in how to handle my resources You have blessed me with, and forgiveness for times when I am selfish and lack of preparation for when the hard times come.

May those who see me learn the importance of generosity by my example.

You remind me not to be legalistic in my giving, but heartfelt. Search my heart today, Father, and increase my trust in You to provide all that I need to live and where to share with those in need.

I humbly ask this in the name of He who abundantly provided for my salvation with His blood, Jesus Christ. Amen

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For Good or For Bad.

Our life is the greatest testimony we give the world whether for good or for bad. Joseph- Anthony a son of Jehovah


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To be a Christian is to Be

To be a Christian is to be divinely different.—Rev. Ivan Murray Rose


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Then His Hand Will Be

If you rebel against the Lord’s commands and refuse to listen to him, then his hand will be as heavy upon you. 1 Samuel 12:15 The Holy Bible, The New Living Translation

To have the Lord’s hand heavy upon you means He will punish you.

Let this put to rest the satanic lie that Jehovah loves us unconditionally.

Yes, He has rules of conduct and we are expected to obey them.

And what exactly are these rules?

Well, there are only two.

Number one is that you do not have any god equal to much less superior to Him.

If a wife had a lover equal to her husband how do you think the husband would fell? Imagine how much more fury there is in Jehovah heart.

You are to love each other.

This is not wishy washy love but love also means correcting another when they are doing wrong.

So if a mother catches her child abusing a younger sibling that refuses to listen to her when told to stop do you not think punishment will be promptly forth coming from a loving mature mother?

Therefore when we see someone living a destructive life of homosexuality do you not think it is our duty ( which is an act of love ) to respectfully, lovingly correct them instead of staying quiet for fear of being accused of being intolerant?

Yes, we are to be intolerant towards destructive lifestyles. Now, it is the others choices to love that way or live a perverted lifestyle but we are to protect them from forcing that upon innocent children.

Prayer: Oh please Jehovah Hashopet (The Lord is the supreme Judge Isaiah 33:22 ) bless me with the proper words to convince those walking in intentional, habitual sin to turn from this lifestyle less they suffer immensely in this life and suffer eternal damnation in the eternal one. I sincerely request this in the name of the loving King who will hurl the wicked into eternal Hell, Jesus Christ. Amen

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Absolute Truth

Absolute Truth

Josh McDowell said recently that most evangelical Christian youth in the United States no longer believe in “absolute truth.”

“In 1991, 52 percent of our born again church kids said there is no absolute truth.  In 1994, 62 percent said there is no absolute truth.  In 1999, 78 percent of born again church kids said there is no absolute truth. In 2002, 91 percent of our born again church kids said there is no absolute truth.”

The cause of this problem is the influence of secular education and secular media since the 1960’s.  This adverse effect upon moral authority is also reflected in the beliefs and attitudes of these teens’ parents.

Until recent years, Christians throughout history accepted the classic evangelical doctrine of the absolute authority of God’s Word.  The Bible is the Word of God, and it is infallible and inerrant.

Jesus taught the authority and complete reliability of the Bible in everything it teaches.  Whether our generation accepts or rejects it or not, the Bible is still God’s Word and is inerrant in whatever it teaches.

Jesus affirmed the Bible’s total inspiration, inerrancy, and utter indestructibility when he said, “The Scripture cannot be broken” (John 10:35).

There are teachers in our day who foolishly play Jesus against the inspiration and infallibility of the Word of God.  The Bible is about Jesus and demonstrates that He is its fulfillment.  Jesus perfectly fulfills the Law and the Prophets. They point to Him, and He is their fulfillment (Luke 24:25-2744-47).  Jesus fulfilled the moral laws by His obedience, the prophesies by specific events in His life, and the sacrificial system by His own substitutionary once for all atoning death on the cross.

When people reject the unique, divine character of the Bible, they reject its authority, too.  God stands behind His Word.

For the last half century, the church has bought into the world system of beliefs instead of the divine authority of the Word of God.

Second Peter 1:21 tells us the men whom the Holy Spirit chose to record the Scriptures were carried or born along with their writings to produce the words that God intended to be recorded.  The word in the original text meaning to be carried, or borne along was used of a ship carried along by the wind (Acts 27:1517). Here it is a metaphor that the prophets raised their sails and the Holy Spirit filled them and carried their craft along in the direction He wished. Men spoke; God spoke. These men wrote as men, but as men moved by the Holy Spirit.  “No prophecy ever came by the impulse of man, but men moved by the Holy Spirit spoke from God.” Men wrote but God the Holy Spirit was the inspiration of the writings.  The men used their literary style, vocabulary, and personality, but the Holy Spirit guided them in the final choice of the words and guaranteed the accuracy of the original manuscripts.

We need have no reserve in regard to the Word of God, recognizing its full authority. Second Timothy 3:16 tells us the Scriptures are “God-breathed,” “breathed into by God,” hence inspired. Holy men spoke and wrote by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. This was the unanimous view of the early church.

John Calvin wrote, “This is the principle that distinguishes our religion from all others, that we know that God has spoken to us and are fully convinced that the prophets did not speak of themselves but as organs of the Holy Spirit uttered only that which they had been commissioned from heaven to declare – all those who wish to profit from the Scriptures must first accept this as a settled principle, that the law and the prophets are not teachings handed on at pleasure of men or produced by men’s minds as their source, but are dictated by the Holy Spirit. We owe to the Scriptures the same reverence as we owe to God, since it has its only source in Him and has nothing of human origin mixed with it” (Calvin’s New Testament Commentaries, Vol. 10, p. 330).

John Wesley said, “In all cases, the church is to be judged by the Scriptures not the Scriptures by the church.”  The Bible is still the supreme authority for the Christians in all matters. It is not what we think Jesus would do or how we feel He would interpret the Scriptures, but “Thus says the Lord.”

In their original from, the books of the Bible are free from factual error, and they possess absolute, binding authority.  “If the Bible is inspired at all, it must be inspired verbally.  And verbal inspiration means infallibility.”  “Is not My word like fire?  And like a hammer that breaks a rock in pieces” (Jeremiah 23:29).  God has spoken infallibility in His book.Selah!


Message by Wil Pounds (c) 2006


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A New Standard of Living

The world is not our standard for Christian living.

The apostle Paul stressed, “Do not be conformed to this world, but be you transformed by the renewing of your mind . . .” (Rom. 12:2). Again he writes, “put on the new self, which in the likeness of God has been created in righteousness and holiness of the truth” (Ephesians 4:24). In the verses that follow he gives five specific examples of the higher standard of Christian conduct.

We are to put off lying and speak the truth in love (v. 25). It is a habitual action that is to characterize the Christian life. Literally the believer is to put off “the lie” (v.25), and speak the truth. This is the same word the apostle John uses for the antichrist in 1 John 2:20-23. When a person puts his faith in Jesus Christ he is rejecting the lie, and embracing the Truth (Jn. 14:6).

What a profound significance this is for the person in Christ. “Therefore, laying aside falsehood, speak truth each one of you with his neighbor, for we are members of one another” (v. 25). Let it be a habitual action to tell the truth. Let it characterize your lifestyle.

Make a commitment to yourself and God to speak the whole truth without mixture of error in your family, business and life relationships. How much easier life is when you live an honest, open, transparent life style. Cultivate truthfulness in your life every day. Don’t be careless with your words.

Put off anger (vv. 26-27). One of the best ways to give the devil an opportunity to gain a place in your life is to be an angry person. Paul does not give an opposite behavior in this example. In one aspect anger is not sin. It is an emotion. He stresses, “Be angry, and yet do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger, and do not give the devil an opportunity (lit. a place).” Paul is emphasizing a controlled or righteous anger as opposed to and uncontrolled, selfish, or sinful anger.

Paul uses two different words for “anger” in v. 26. There are times when we should be angry, and there are times when we sin with our anger. “Be angry and do not sin” is the word for wrath, indignation, suggesting a more settled or abiding condition of mind, frequently with a view of taking revenge. It is an anger that has an abiding and settled habit of mind that is aroused under certain conditions. When this kind of anger is guided by reason, it can be a right emotion as in righteous indignation. When we cherish it, it becomes sin. It must never become just an expression of personal provocation or wounded pride. We must guard against sinful motives (1 Jn. 1:19).

“Do not let the sun go down on your anger.”  It can take the form of an angry mood, a violent irritation, harmful words or eyes of fire. Paul admonishes us to deal with anger quickly before the day is over. Unresolved anger leads to other sins.

Put off stealing and have something to share with the needy (v. 28).

The motive for working Paul says is “in order that he may have something to share with him who has need.” That statement alone clarifies a lot of modern values. The winner is not the one who walks away with the most toys in life.

Have you ever counted the many ways you can steal in life? You do not have to go to prison, and few people do.

Work hard so you will have something to share with a world with true needs.

Put off rotten words and put on speaking with edification that it may give grace to the hearer (v. 29).

“Unwholesome” literally means, “corrupt,” or “corrupting.” It is the word for rotting fruit. Some people’s words corrupt themselves and everyone who hears them. It rots them away. It makes you feel corrupted days after you have been around them. On the other hand, the believer should use words that will build up and encourage people (James 3:5-6).

How do you control your tongue? By allowing the Holy Spirit to control your mind (Rom. 12:2Eph. 4:30).

Put off bitterness, wrath and anger (indignation), and put on love (vv. 30-32).

What is the best way to grieve the Holy Spirit? Bitterness, wrath and a settled indignation toward someone always grieves the Spirit.

The only way to put on the high standard of Christian conduct Paul is describing here is to walk in the Spirit.Selah!


Message by Wil Pounds (c) 2006


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Christians Must Expect

“I, even I, am He Who comforts you. Who are you that you are afraid of a man who dies? Why are you afraid of the sons of men who are made like grass, that you have forgotten the Lord Who made you? He spread out the heavens and put the earth in its place. Why do you live in fear all day long because of the anger of the one who makes it hard for you as he makes ready to destroy? But where is his anger? Isaiah 51:12-13 The Holy Bible, The New Living Translation

Most fears experienced are groundless.

It is satan tormenting us against the imaginary boogy man.

This is happens to us all but we who belong to Christ need to have Bible verses memorized so that when the tormentor comes a knocking we will knock him back twice as hard with verses that assure us that Jehovah is for us and against him.

Guess who is going to win that war?

As well there are tyrants and bullies that threaten us because we will not submit to them.

Just listen to the P.M. Of Canada with the threats he made to the Freedom truckers in Ottawa.

Most of the time we suffer more from worrying about what the satanists are threatening us with than from what they actually do.

May I suggest you download a copy of The Public Servants Questionnaire , learn our laws, the Unite Nations Coventant on Social, Economic and Cultural Rights as well as United Nations Universal Declaration of Rights and Freedoms and common law rights.

Learn how to live as a natural man or woman instead of being a slave under admiral law.

Carry them with you at all times as well as a camera to film any government official that abuses you.

See if it is law that any and all government officials have their i.d. visible on their persons when on duty. It must have their name, employee number, photo and what department they work for.

Have a copy of their code of conduct they must abide by.

Then see the cowards run.

A coward is one who hides instead of being respectful and having a mature debate with those they disagree with when freedom lovers stand up to them.

A liberal is one who demands, like a spoiled child, you do as they tell you to do. If you disagree with them they slander you by name calling like calling you a racist ( yet they are the most racist of all ), being intolerant ( yet they are the most intolerant of all ), ignorant, (yet they are the most ignorant of all ), being traitors ( yet they are the ones that betray their fellow man or woman in an attempt to enslave them ), or any other insult that convicts them more that it does the one they hurl the accusation at.

Those who claim to be a liberal most times are the worst tyrants. Nobody can hate like they can when they do not get their own way. These “ free thinkers” who have no morals hate those who live with integrity because our example of behaviour convicts them of their stupidity and arrogance.

Christians must expect abuse from these fools. It has always been that way and always will until Christ comes to right the wrong and install His divine kingdom. But, have faith. Jehovah is a God of justice and they always get true justice. They cannot scam their way out of it. Joseph- Anthony a son of Jehovah

Justice is a joy to the godly, but it terrifies evildoers. Proverbs 21:15 The Holy Bible, The New Living Translation

The wrath of Jehovah is far more to be feared than the anger of man Charles Spurgeon

Prayer: Please Jehovah-Gador Milchamah (The Lord is Mighty in Battle Psalm 24:8 ) bless me with the wisdom and strength to stand up to the evil perverted ones whether they be spiritual demons or fleshly demons. Please bless with with educating myself on how to remove myself as a slave of the government and how to live as a child of your by Gods Law ( Common Law ). I humbly ask this in the name of He who freed the man with legions of demons in Him, Jesus Christ. Amen

Article and photo @ Joseph- Anthony a son of Jehovah 2022