Do I find pleasure in the death of the wicked—oracle of the LORD GOD? Do I not rejoice when they turn from their evil way and live? Ezekiel 18:23

Categories: Wig's Word of God Today- Scripture Discernment and Poetry

Wig’s Word of God Today 3-2-2012

 

Do I find pleasure in the death of the wicked—oracle of the LORD GOD? Do I not rejoice when they turn from their evil way and live? Ezekiel 18:23

 

I say to you, whoever is angry with his brother will be liable to judgment. Matthew 5:22a

 

Ezekiel 18:21-28, Psalm 130 & Matthew 5:20-26

 

The Bible teaches us that our LORD rejoices when people turn away from sin and live for His Truth just as much as Jesus rejoices when you listen to His Gospel and follow the way of Love forgiving anyone for any offense they may have committed against thee. What the Father instilled in the heart of Christ came to known as Humility. We must humble ourselves to recognize the anger we have in our soul consume our very being forcing us to live in a state of unforgiveness.

 

When we learn to be humble and accept a life of encouragement in the LORD’s Word, we accomplish living in faith, hope and love to forgive and forget garnishing a renewal of our soul void of pride. The judgment of sinners is rendered only by God and must be eliminated from the hurt in our heart to allow a Unity with God to live in a complete communion with His Purpose and not our own. We are to forgive just as God forgave us instilling in our hearts the love of humility and God’s grace. When we give up grudges, resentment and hate, we allow ourselves to accept God’s Grace leveling our shoulders from the removal of a chip of burden.

 

Many times over the years I have asked my mother to do the very same thing. There was a time when she has carried a chip on her shoulder for her brother that lasted many years not speaking to him or forgiving his past transgression. Once she learned to forgive him, I saw a different woman emerge full of faith, hope and love that recharged her relationship with her brother until the day he died. Sometimes the immaturity of children also gets in the way of forgiveness where as they grow into adults they feel they have it all figured out not realizing their lack of communication with parents or grandparents harbors unfavorable dispositions.

 

Sometime children seem to forget that it’s more important to communicate with parents and grandparents alike allowing a state of God’s grace to encourage their very faith, hope and love. As my mother lays sick in a hospital today, I pray my own child will see the need to forgive and emerge with her father and grandmother to a state of never ending happiness as she approaches her graduation from medical school and gets married. Please pray for God’s grace to touch her heart and soul.

 

In the Holy Trinity we pray to always live in the forgiveness You LORD instilled in humanity by the death of Your Son for our transgressions. We pray for my mom who has a blockage in her intestines and is in the hospital. We pray for “40 Days of Life” Prayer Warriors on scene at the Killing Scene be protected and sway mothers to keeping their children and society to close these places of death. Prayers of Christ’s guidance for Nick Diaz as the next Emmaus Leader. We pray for the Emmaus Team in NJ. We pray for LIFE FM. We pray for all people. In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.

 

God Bless His Truth for America,

Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins

Romans 8:28

Spirit led God inspired Christ fed

 

Forgiveness of any Child Ugliness or Sin

 

Today I write for you mother

A state of shock I feel like no other

Sad you must endure the pain of sickness

Glad you rejoice in the Name of Gladness

 

I have seen you grow in faith I pray

Just as your mother I emulate today

She was a Rock of Christ to Eternally say

Jesus Christ is the Truth and the Way

 

I pray for your healing of body, heart and soul

May He guide you to know the Truth to unfold

A life of love with family and friends

Forgiveness of any child ugliness or sin

 

© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins March 2, 2012 @ 5:28 AM EST

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