Saturday, May 18, 2013

Blessed Brother Sirvante; On: The Diverse Nature of Right!

In political speak you will often hear a politician say, we can agree to disagree.  In order to invoke some kind of diplomatic cure for a perceived misunderstanding.   When in fact they really might not agree on anything at all!  The whole point is really just to try to move the whole process forward;  or discussion as it were.  But can anything really ever expect to be resolved that way.   Does it matter who's right and who's wrong?  Or is it simply a question of perspective?  Is it possible that both sides could be right?  Depending on what your agenda is, it is possible.   And if that's so, well then what's the point of discussion?   Jesus Christ, was crucified on a cross!  Now let's examine for a moment the many rights in that.  And sometimes the best way to understand right is to understand from a point of wrong.  Now according to the law, the Jewish people were right to demand His life.  Because He violated a biblical principal of theirs.  Even though under the Roman law, according to Pontius Pilate, He wasn't in violation of anything.  Never the less he appeased them in their law.  Now Jesus begged for God's relief in prayer on the eve of His crucifixion.  Yet God remained stead fast in this requirement that He must make this sacrifice for the good of all man kind!  And Jesus, explained to His disciples that the prophecy must be fulfilled in order to gain the redemption of the soul of man.  For God had removed His favor.  And held man in a condemnable state.  So the sacrifice was necessary to lift man back to grace!  And God's promise and requirement supper seeded man's understanding.  Because in fact in death mankind would receive eternal life!  For their sins being washed in the blood of Jesus Christ!  The truth in life is that we all come and go in grace.  And it is God's grace which sustains us!  So we must never forget that when interacting with one another.  And there in you will find the nature of right!
Bless you all in the name of Jesus!  Blessed Brother Sirvante.

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