“Put forth your best effort to help people with good motives and ideas from God so that they can avoid making the same embarrassing mistakes of old.” ~ Jon Barnes
When our ideas come from the research and studies of God’s perspective, we begin to understand how to approach logic in a civilized manner to master sin and prevent disobedient behavior. Put your evil thoughts to death daily with Christ. Trust and obey God, not people. Since the price of death was at the doing of our ancestors, God re-calibrated our path of hope, faith, love and manner of existence to experience and see the big picture in Him. People cannot show you God’s big picture in your life, because God will show you Himself.
Being connected to God’s Holy Spirit allows us the freedom to flow, learn, understand, and put our cares into His Hands of Righteousness. We see these choices and base our acts of love from our integrity, motives, and works of faith. The death of your good thoughts come from evil spirits that you cling to, respect, and follow, whether you know it or not. Evil comes from disobedient thoughts, ways, and lifestyles that are inconsistent with God’s Ways and Thoughts. Choose your thoughts carefully and purposefully.
Your thoughts are not pure or original. They are either copies of God’s Thoughts or thought of evil, which are the opposite of God’s ideas and plans. When you put your ideas last, God’s plan is activated in your life to give new and better thoughts and plans for your existence in Him. When you put yourself last, God will promote and put you first in the line up of wisdom and truth.
Do your thoughts come from the Seed Sower or did you put your mind in the hands of the wicked seed-eater?
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6 That night the king could not sleep; so he ordered the book of the chronicles,the record of his reign, to be brought in and read to him. 2 It was found recorded there that Mordecai had exposed Bigthana and Teresh, two of the king’s officers who guarded the doorway, who had conspired to assassinate King Xerxes.
3 “What honor and recognition has Mordecai received for this?” the king asked.
“Nothing has been done for him,” his attendants answered.
4 The king said, “Who is in the court?” Now Haman had just entered the outer court of the palace to speak to the king about impaling Mordecai on the pole he had set up for him.
5 His attendants answered, “Haman is standing in the court.”
“Bring him in,” the king ordered.
6 When Haman entered, the king asked him, “What should be done for the man the king delights to honor?”
Now Haman thought to himself, “Who is there that the king would rather honor than me?” 7 So he answered the king, “For the man the king delights to honor,8 have them bring a royal robe the king has worn and a horse the king has ridden, one with a royal crest placed on its head. 9 Then let the robe and horse be entrusted to one of the king’s most noble princes. Let them robe the man the king delights to honor, and lead him on the horse through the city streets, proclaiming before him, ‘This is what is done for the man the king delights to honor!’”
10 “Go at once,” the king commanded Haman. “Get the robe and the horse and do just as you have suggested for Mordecai the Jew, who sits at the king’s gate. Do not neglect anything you have recommended.”
11 So Haman got the robe and the horse. He robed Mordecai, and led him on horseback through the city streets, proclaiming before him, “This is what is done for the man the king delights to honor!”
12 Afterward Mordecai returned to the king’s gate. But Haman rushed home, with his head covered in grief, 13 and told Zeresh his wife and all his friends everything that had happened to him.
His advisers and his wife Zeresh said to him, “Since Mordecai, before whom your downfall has started, is of Jewish origin, you cannot stand against him—you will surely come to ruin!” 14 While they were still talking with him, the king’s eunuchs arrived and hurried Haman away to the banquet Esther had prepared.