A reflection on an exemplary life (of thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ)

Reflections for the day

John

8:31-32
“So Jesus was saying to those Jews who had believed Him, “If you continue in My word, then you are truly disciples of Mine; and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.”

Ephesians

5:1-2 
“Be imitators of God, therefore, as dearly loved children and live a life of love, just as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us as a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God.”

1 Corinthians 11:1

Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ.

So Father, give me the strength
To be everything I’m called to be
Oh, Father, show me the way
To lead them
Won’t You lead me?
Anon

A reflection on an exemplary life

(of thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ)

Heavenly Father,

Thou art Our Heavenly Father who is loving, and thou art Our Heavenly Father who is compassionate, and thou loves each and every one of us. Thou love for all of Mankind is one that is all encompassing, and thou love for all of Mankind is one that is not bound by words, and thou love for all of Mankind is one that is not bound by time, and thou love for all of Mankind is one that is not bound by energy. We acknowledge thou love for all of Mankind is one that enables all of Mankind to love thou with all of a heart, and to love thou with all of a soul, and to love thou with all of a mind, and to love thou with all of a strength. We acknowledge thou love for all of Mankind is one that over spills into a relationship, and we acknowledge that thou love for all of Mankind is one that enables all of Mankind to love thou neighbour, in a way that thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ loves us all.

Heavenly Father, we acknowledge thou as one Father, and we acknowledge thou as eternally existent in three persons, as Our Heavenly Father, as thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, and as thou Holy Spirit. We acknowledge that thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, is thou manifest in the flesh, and we acknowledge thou intention for thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, was, and is, to come into thou world to redeem all of Mankind from all sins, and for all of Mankind to be shown thou way to thou. We acknowledge that thou, and thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, is thou source of all wisdom and counsel, and we acknowledge that thou, and thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, stands supreme above all. We acknowledge that thou Holy Spirit enables many to live a life that can be described as one that thou desires, and we acknowledge that thou Holy Spirit enables many to witness thou word of thou, Our Heavenly Father, and we acknowledge that thou Holy Spirit enables many to work in thou name of thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ.


Heavenly Father, thou art the creator of thou world that we live in, and thou hath created all things known to all of Mankind, and thou hath created all things unseen by all of Mankind. Thou art almighty, and thou art most powerful, and we praise thou and we exalt thou for thou power and thou mightiness. We acknowledge that thou power, and we acknowledge that thou mightiness, are ones that enabled thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, to carry out thou ministry, and we acknowledge that thou power, and thou mightiness, are ones that enabled thou disciples to carry out thou ministry, and we acknowledge that thou power, and thou mightiness, is one that is seen in thou Holy Spirit.

Heavenly Father, it is at this time that we reflect upon thou example given by thou life of thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ. We acknowledge that thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, revealed that thou ministry meant that thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, would endure a trial, and that thou ministry meant an endurance of a tribulation, and that thou ministry meant an endurance of a rejection, and that thou ministry meant an endurance of a crucifixion, in order to fulfil thou plan of redemption for all of Mankind, so that all of Mankind are shown thou way to thouself, Our Heavenly Father.

Heavenly Father, we are able to see in a way that is clear, that thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, came not to be served but to serve all of Mankind, and we are able to see in a way that is clear that thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, came not to take from another but to give to all of Mankind, and we are able to see in a way that is clear that thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, is humble, and we are able to see in a way that is clear that thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, is merciful, and we are able to see in a way that is clear that thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, is obedient to thou always.

Heavenly Father, we ask thou to guide all of Mankind in a life that is lived daily, and we ask thou to guide a self to follow thou perfect example of thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ. At a time in the future many will desire to be thou obedient servant, and at a time in the future many will desire to lay down a life for thou, and at a time in the future many will desire to be ready to do thou will.

Heavenly Father, we acknowledge that many will desire to be renewed in a way that can be described as spiritual, and we acknowledge that in order for many to be renewed in a way that is spiritual, that many will need to draw closer to thou.

Heavenly Father, we are able to see that thou Scriptures teach all of Mankind that thou made provision for all of Mankind, and that thou Scriptures reveal that thou disciple, Saint Paul, was a man who lived a life that can be likened to the life of thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, and that the example of the life of Saint Paul is revealed in a letter that was written by Saint Paul. We are able to see in a way that is clear that Saint Paul knew of a limitation that was of Saint Paul, and that Saint Paul did not suffer from what is described as an ego that is inflated. We are able to see in a way that is clear that Saint Paul appraised all in a way that can be described as generous, and we are able to see in a way that is clear that Saint Paul asked for a respect for the right of another, that is one that can be described as one that was sensitive, and that was one that can be described as one that was punctilious. We are able to see in a way that is clear that Saint Paul was a man of faith, whose faith can be described as one of a strong conviction, and we are able to see in a way that is clear that Saint Paul was able to concede an equal liberty to the conviction of another.

Heavenly Father, we hope and we pray that many are able to follow the example of thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, in much the same way as Saint Paul did. We hope and we pray that the lives of many reflect thou glory and thou love for all. We ask that thou can strengthen many, and we ask that thou can renew many, and we ask that thou can speak and work through many, and we ask thou for a guidance and an opportunity to show another thou way to thou always.

Heavenly Father, it is at this time we uphold to thou the works that are good of a probation officer, and we are able to see in a way that is clear that the works that are good of a probation officer are ones that enable a self who is described as a former prisoner to be supported in a way to make a change that is  needed to enable a life to be lived that is one in an alignment with a society. We ask thou to provide a number of opportunities before the Government, and before a probation officer, to reflect carefully upon a need of a prisoner who has served a term of imprisonment that is one that is less than a year, and we ask thou to provide a number of opportunities before a farm that is one that provides a place for a former prisoner to enable a self to continue to make a change that is desired to be made in order for a life to be led that is one that is in an alignment with a society.

Heavenly Father, we ask thou to guide all of Mankind in a life that is lead daily, and we ask thou to guide a self to say sorry for the error of a way, and we ask thou to guide all of Mankind to make the changes in a life that are necessary to enable a self to tread thou path that is one which is straight, and to tread thou path that is one which is narrow, toward thou light that is eternal.

Heavenly Father, we place a self into thou hands of thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, knowing that a self is here to glorify thou, and knowing that a self is here to serve thou, and knowing that it is not what a self can gain but what a self can give to thou, and knowing that all that is done must be done for thou, and knowing that all that is done for another must be said and must be done in thou name of thouself, Our Heavenly Father, and in thou name of thou Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, and knowing that all that is done for another must be said and must be done in thou name of thou Holy Spirit, who lives within Man, and who dwells amongst Man, and who advocates for Man, now and always, for evermore.

Amen.

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Posted on June 13, 2012, in disciple, forgiveness, forgiveness and reconciliation, Our Lord Jesus Christ), The ministry of Jesus and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. daphnewilliams

    Loving Father, it is also at this time that we ask for a blessing on those who care for the sick and the disabled. May they generate kindness and solace and not be abusive towards those that are innocent or demented. May they be enabled to have respite care so that the carers can have some semblance of normality and, therefore, give Government and Councils the means to provide legislation for this. Amen

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