“Positively connecting with God, your family, and the people around you is a mandate to keep you from isolating yourself in your own ignorance.” ~ Jon Barnes
You have the first right of refusal in connecting positively to the Love of God, by choice and by design. God is not asking for your pity, piety, or half-hearted love. He’s not even asking for your opinions. He requires all of your love to connect to Him, by following His Instructions to then formulate your own opinions from your honest good works of faith. Fake love is a waste of time and will get you nowhere fast in life. Refuse to use fake love as a model for your character, ethics, opinions, and integrity.
Believe that your love connections will work because God will reward a cheerful giver. Giving, showing, and receiving love is not always easy to handle, but continue to give your love freely and stop looking for something in return. The return will automatically happen and often times from different sources and unusual explanations. Just keep loving like God wants you to love.
Position your mind, faith, and action to align with God’s commandments so that your love is genuine, pure, honest, and consistent. Each day is an opportunity to share, give, and help someone feel the love connection from God in your lifestyle. These moments and miracles in Love will strength your values, morals, and commitment to God, which is the position to follow and copy. Correction, which is a major part of Love, will not always by soft, easy, sweet, or comfortable. But, position yourself to accept the connection, changes, and adjustments to God’s Truth and Authority.
Are you undermining God’s authority by disobeying your parents, being hard-headed, self-centered, disconnected, and non-responsive?
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1 Chronicles 3
Descendants of David
3 These are the sons of David who were born in Hebron:
The oldest was Amnon, whose mother was Ahinoam from Jezreel.
The second was Daniel, whose mother was Abigail from Carmel.
2 The third was Absalom, whose mother was Maacah, the daughter of Talmai, king of Geshur.
The fourth was Adonijah, whose mother was Haggith.
3 The fifth was Shephatiah, whose mother was Abital.
The sixth was Ithream, whose mother was Eglah, David’s wife.
4 These six sons were born to David in Hebron, where he reigned seven and a half years.
Then David reigned another thirty-three years in Jerusalem. 5 The sons born to David in Jerusalem included Shammua, Shobab, Nathan, and Solomon. Their mother was Bathsheba, the daughter of Ammiel. 6 David also had nine other sons: Ibhar, Elishua,Elpelet, 7 Nogah, Nepheg, Japhia, 8 Elishama, Eliada, and Eliphelet.
9 These were the sons of David, not including his sons born to his concubines. Their sister was named Tamar.
Descendants of Solomon
10 The descendants of Solomon were Rehoboam, Abijah, Asa, Jehoshaphat, 11 Jehoram,Ahaziah, Joash, 12 Amaziah, Uzziah, Jotham, 13 Ahaz, Hezekiah, Manasseh, 14 Amon, and Josiah.
15 The sons of Josiah were Johanan (the oldest), Jehoiakim (the second), Zedekiah (the third), and Jehoahaz (the fourth).
16 The successors of Jehoiakim were his son Jehoiachin and his brother Zedekiah.
Descendants of Jehoiachin
17 The sons of Jehoiachin, who was taken prisoner by the Babylonians, were Shealtiel,18 Malkiram, Pedaiah, Shenazzar, Jekamiah, Hoshama, and Nedabiah.
19 The sons of Pedaiah were Zerubbabel and Shimei.
The sons of Zerubbabel were Meshullam and Hananiah. (Their sister was Shelomith.) 20 His five other sons were Hashubah, Ohel, Berekiah, Hasadiah, and Jushab-hesed.
21 The sons of Hananiah were Pelatiah and Jeshaiah. Jeshaiah’s son was Rephaiah. Rephaiah’s son was Arnan. Arnan’s son was Obadiah. Obadiah’s son was Shecaniah.
22 The descendants of Shecaniah were Shemaiah and his sons, Hattush, Igal, Bariah, Neariah, and Shaphat—six in all.
23 The sons of Neariah were Elioenai, Hizkiah, and Azrikam—three in all.
24 The sons of Elioenai were Hodaviah, Eliashib, Pelaiah, Akkub, Johanan, Delaiah, and Anani—seven in all.