Forgiveness and Prayer Walks

Personality Disorder – “A set of behavior that is judged to be enduring, inflexible, maladaptive, disturbing, and impairs social functioning.” – Meyers

In English: those hurtful things we do that drive people away that we just can’t stop doing.

It is interesting how, sometimes, even certain areas of town seem to have a “personality disorder”. This article is about where they come from and the solution. The contents of this article aren’t part of a theory, I’ve seen it these principles work on a daily basis, and I didn’t invent these ideas either, they all come from the Bible, from passages we are all familiar with.

The Deep Discussion of “Forgiveness”

There is a lot written on the subject of forgiveness, though most of it never actually deals with the subject itself. We may tell stories about lost loved ones and then convince ourselves that we need to forgive our parents or friends who do hurtful things to us..

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Twelve Standards of Christian Ministry

 

I.    “Ministry” shall be defined as a service on behalf of one that impacts another.  “Christian ministry” then shall be defined as “That ministry which personifies Christ’ ministry, demonstrating His conduct and producing His results.”  This requires use of His tools, specifically 1) faith in 2) the Holy Spirit; the source of His strength and direction. On any level of order, empowerment and guidance from the Holy Spirit requires: a) knowing and accepting the obvious truth, b) living in ongoing, unconditional, radical, emotional love with God, both always and at times of purposed solitude, and c) unabashed obedience to whatever the Spirit directs.  These were demonstrated by Christ’s life. (Josh 1:8; Ps 15:1-3; Mt 9:29; 14:23; 23:23; Mk 1:35; Lk 5:16, 20; 17:6; 22:32; Jn 14:16, 26; 15:26; 16:7; Rom 1:20; 5:8; 8:14; 1 Cor 1:18-30; 13; Gal 5:15-17; Eph 4:12-16; 6:18; Heb 6:10; 11:6)

II.   God, who created man, and is the original of which man is the image, gave us His Word to function as a written guide for living.

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Elijah Code of Prophetic Conduct

This is a voluntary guide for “The Prophetic” or “Following God’s Leading” …depending on  one’s preferred choice of words.

“…the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.”

Sweet words come from an aching heart. Revelation 10:10-11, 19:10

The “spirit of Elijah” is described in the final verse of the Old Testament as an introduction to John the Baptist, who would prepare the way of the Lord. This spirit is not Elijah or John’s conscious soul, but the “spirit” or, perhaps it could be called “attitude”, of that ministry: To turn the hearts of the fathers to the sons and the hearts of the sons to the fathers, lest the Lord strike the land with a decree of utter desolation.

1. Optional – The Elijah Code cannot be effectively used to threaten any prophet, nor to establish or remove him or her regarding an office, as a stand-alone document. It can only be imposed by an inquiring person, for one’s own, private curiosity and understanding, as an individual test to validate the legitimacy of another person who is an alleged prophet.  · · · →

Writing Tools

The Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law 2009″ ISBN 9780465012626

The Associated Press Guide to News Writing” ISBN 9780768919790

Why Do I Need to Understand Fair Use? About “fair use” and copyright law

Photos of Trademarked and Copyrighted Works About selling photos

WordPress.org vs WordPress.com —!? What’s the difference? Good stuff.

12 Letters That Didn’t Make the Alphabet for language junkies

You may want to know these input shortcuts: (use NUMERIC keypad!! laptops can work with the Fn key)

Alt+0151 = — (long dash)

Alt+0150 = – (short dash)

Alt+0176 = ° (degree)

Alt+0186 = º (bigger degree)

Alt+0241 = ñ

Alt+137 = ë

Alt+0153 = ™

Alt+8480 = ℠

Alt+0174 = ®

Alt+0169 = ©

Alt+266D = ♭

Alt+266E = ♮

Alt+ 266F = ♯

Alt+ 13 =  ♪

Alt+ 14  = ♫

Alt+ 20 = ¶

〇 (Asian character for ZERO)
Hex Entity: 〇 (〇)
Decimal Entity: 〇 (〇)

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