Suffer Not The Little Children

Everyone wants to be in control but no one wants to take responsibility for being in control.

Since no one wants to take responsibility for being in control why not let God, “I am”, meaning whatever you choose to be your God, be in control since He is and can only be responsible for the life that He created.

With this simple philosophy, our lives will be so much easier since we no longer have to be responsible for anything or anyone other than ourselves.

He so loved us He gave us the opportunity to choose the life we want to create for ourselves by controlling the choices we make for ourselves while He controls the outcome of everyone’s choices for everyone, returning us to the love that He desires.

In other words, we can choose to love or hate. We can choose to be responsible for our choices or we can choose to relinquish control of our choices to other men instead of God. Either way we will reap the benefits or suffer the consequences of the choices that are made in our lives according to God‘s will.

We can love or hate. We can choose to be responsible or irresponsible. We can choose to maintain our power or relinquish it to either a loving God or another human being.

God’s only begotten son is the Spirit of Love not the shape, origin, color, or birth of Christ but the Spirit of love within him to unite both Jews and Gentiles in brotherly love against the hatred of mankind.

The knowledge of good and evil makes us “like unto gods,” not gods, but the knowledge thereof allows us the opportunity to choose between the two making us “like” gods. Gods not only have the knowledge but the understanding of both good and evil, something we have yet to attain which is proven by the fact that hate is still in control which is proven by the fact that children anywhere go hungry, unsheltered, unclothed, and most importantly, unloved.

Children deserve our love.

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