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— Gaining strength as a Christian and getting in touch
with the power of God only requires that we follow
two simple truisms: being kind makes you kind, and
living like Jesus taught makes you like Jesus. It doesn’t
give you money or power, it only makes you happy, but
this is the greatest gift God can give you.

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Living Powerfully

Living Jesus is the Way to Great Power!
(but this will destroy you if used selfishly)

The Daily Walk with Love, updated April 18, 2018, by Paul Evans, video is MIX: Lynyrd Skynyrd – “Simple Man” (playlist): (For all who suffer from addiction from drugs, God grant you peace).

Following Jesus’ teachings Doesn’t give you wealth or power, although what they will do for you is to make you genuinely Happy. They are no threat to money or power, just as Jesus said there would be poor always. They might ultimately result in a more caring society, but that would be a gradual process. Money and power will go on much as before….. Get happy — follow Jesus! And isn’t that what all of us want, however good or evil we are: to be happy?

The POWER in “Living Powerfully” is not the power of armor, not a threat to money and power, it is a simple way to happiness and peace of mind. What is that worth to you?

LIVING POWERFULLY: How to live: “Just be yourself and be Actually Caring!” This system or “Way” is mainly a way to “get happy” with your life. Here is what I have found out in the last five years which should have been fairly obvious to us since we are Christian (most of us), but here is the gist: In other words, be empathetic (truly listen and then just respond in conversations), really BE caring (realize that we are all equally valuable to God, help people when you can, and Love your neighbor as yourself, or as close to that as you can do in your life), AND Don’t judge people, just assess (without judgment) the situations you are in & the people you are interacting with), and try hard to do what you KNOW in your heart is the right thing to do (the ends do NOT justify the means, usually). Listen to that still, small voice which is your conscience or the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and don’t ever really go against the teachings of Jesus. Try to be kind when you can, and be nice to people until they give you a reason not to trust them, and then still try to be nice. For THIS simple understanding (these basic teachings, along with FAITH), Jesus suffered and died for ALL of you (and was resurrected on the 3rd day). Do THESE things and you will know God and He will show all things to you. As Solomon taught, “get understandiing: that’s the principal thing.” And you do it by living like Jesus taught.

However as Paul Yuhanick reminded me once, to paraphrase, "If I know all things, and prophecy with great …ability, and have not Love (actually the word the Bible uses is “charity,” a bigger concept), how great is that darkness." Don’t mess with that: that is a warning, too, for as it is written, “if you seek evil it will surely find you,” and “messing with the occult,” as some do, is a dangerous business. Far better to just live as the Bible (and Jesus in particular), teaches….

What I have found out is an absolute truth: being KIND, makes you kind, and living like Jesus taught, makes you like Jesus, fully in touch with the power of God.

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Simple Man

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Proverbs 13:7 – There is that maketh himself rich, yet hath nothing:
there is that maketh himself poor, yet hath great riches.
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