Posted by: Pure Glory | 05/27/2021

The Lord’s True Sons And Daughters

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

True sons and daughters of the Lord will endure, and receive correction, endure hardness, as a good soldier, and grow through adversity.

True employees will obey their employers, communicate positively, and do their work heartily, to the Lord.

But the carnal, stubbornly rebellious, and immature, never will…Selah

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  1. I had sergeants in the Army who were tough on me at times! I can honestly say the discipline I received while serving has made me a better man! Their chastisement did not feel good at the time. The end result was that I had great respect as a fruit for my endurance. Have a blessed day!

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  2. Reblogged this on thehouseofprayers.

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  3. This picture brings back memories of Parris Island, SC boot camp many years ago where Marine drill instructors transformed a young, cocky boy into a disciplined young man in 13 weeks. Wish my spiritual maturity had occured as quickly . . . that’s a process I’m still working on.

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    • Yes, it is a process. Thank God for his grace through Jesus!

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  4. ATTENTION MUST BE PAID…TO THE ONE BY WHOM YOU WERE MADE!

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    • We need to receive correction and be grateful for those God has placed over us. It is important to change not be resentful.

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  5. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY!!!!

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  6. Only those that follow instructions that fly. Wonderful post!

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  7. Words of wisdom:True sons and daughters of the Lord will endure, and receive correction, endure hardness, as a good soldier, and grow through adversity. Indeed, the book of proverbs teaches us the value of correction, wisdom, and understanding. I believe the book of proverbs along others was like the backbone of the the 3 Hebrew boys’ faith and Daniel’s faith

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    • Yes, the book of Proverbs is full of wisdom for us to apply to our lives.

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