As he went along he saw a man blind from birth. His students asked him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?”
Jesus replied, “Neither this man nor his parents sinned, but this happened so that the works of God might be displayed in him.”
Jewish culture was pretty much like ours. Just read Matthew Chapter One. We connect with our ancestors to our clans and tribes. We then proceed to judge others with high complimentary or with contempt.
Our journey is to find our true self. If you want to be free to be you, you need to change the way you think and find peace for your mind, heart and will. This is tough… discipline of the mind is no easy task. Mind do have a mind of its own. It requires self awareness, to listen to the mind
and redirect your thoughts to whatever is true and noble, right and lovely. Remembethat we still live in this sin-infected world wreaked with strange diseases, deaths, losses, rifts and strifes, broken hearts and mental torments, gossiping and backstabbing and many evil activities. We’re at war … It’s like there’s a Civil War in your soul.
The religious people got angry at Jesus when he presented the good news that involved healing of the heart (Luke 4:18). If they were chad er Belau ete uase, ake ngkang ngelekel techang el dekmekims a chochil ea… Touching their brokenness triggered an angry reaction. It is the same response you can get from religious people today.
It’s amazing that in teaching and writing about the love of GOD and the process of heart healing, so much anger can get stirred up. I realized that they’re not angry at me. I just triggered something beneath the mask. When you touch pain, defense rise up and BOOM! I mean they get so angry they would do everything to destroy you. This should compell you to forgive them for they really don’t know what they are doing!
God bless you with joy within you and always before you.

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