It is bad enough to sin against the Will of the Father anyway, but to sin against the Will of the Father on a scare or a dare, How Dare You. The court system is not the only process that can call your trouble, and then find that it can raise your trouble to a double, while doing all this under the same offense. Oh my God, speaking of making quota by the end of the session, how about having two findings with one offense? That’ll get you there in half the time. lol. I know, I know, for there I go: I have been so good keeping my silly down for so many posts running. Oh well, I guess the streak ends today. And plus, I just couldn’t resist the “oh my God” opportunity at the beginning of the sentence where I mention making quota: I didn’t want to practice being politically or socially correct today by replying with an “oh my goodness.” Stop it now James. Avoid Double Jeopardy, Grow A Faith Spine.
Anyway, there is the faith system where the process can also call your activity, and then find that it can raise your activity to a double, while doing all this under the same activity. Oh my God! Yeah, I don’t know if God set up the faith process to work like that, what do you think? Well let’s ask him? No, I am not asking God about what his thinking was as he brought to life the faith process. I don’t even see anywhere in the Bible where the father of faith ask the Father that question. The only begotten Son didn’t ask the Father that question either, as he just kept it simple by doing what the Father told him to do. So if we just do what the Father tells us to do also, we can keep it simple; and avoid any of that double jeopardy sentencing. Now that sounds good to me, thank God. Avoid Double Jeopardy, Grow A Faith Spine.
And by the way, what was the double jeopardy in the faith process to which we need to grow a faith spine to avoid? Oh yeah, it happens a lot to faithful people who receive unintended days sentencing just for being in the circle of others. These people in our circles are not trying to get us in trouble, and for times to often, they are just being what a friend would be. However, when one of your closest circle members want you to do that in which you clearly know is against the Will of the Father for you to do, you can not just be nice and just go along with it: you must “Avoid Double Jeopardy, Grow A Faith Spine, And Say No. Matter of fact Jesus was not short on his faith spine growth when dealing with possible double jeopardy by the hands of Peter. And Jesus sets the right example in how to deal with others; well thank you Sherlock, of course Jesus sets the right example. Anyway, Jesus grows his faith spine by taking charge, and putting an end to it before it could get going. We can not blame others if we allow them to talk us into doing what we know we shouldn’t do. So no matter their good intent for you, grow your faith spine on the spot, with a clear resounding NO. Let’s check out how sweet Jesus resounded his reply to Peter. Matthew 16:21-23; “From that time forth began Jesus to shew unto his disciples, how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and be raised again the third day. 22 Then Peter took him, and began to rebuke him, saying, Be it far from thee, Lord: this shall not be unto thee. 23 But he turned, and said unto Peter, Get thee behind me, Satan: thou art an offence unto me: for thou savourest not the things that be of God, but those that be of men.” Yeah, I don’t know if I have quite the spine displayed by Jesus to handle my peeps quite that resounding, but I get the message. Avoid Double Jeopardy, Grow A Faith Spine.
So Avoid Double Jeopardy at all cost. If we do that in which we know God said not to do, even if it is one of our closest inner circle members; then we have just sinned by being disobedient. Now we will pay the sentencing for the offense of doing what we know God said not to do. And oh, you have found more to sentence for from that same offense of doing what we know God said not do? Yes I have. If we should do what we know God said not to do, then we will not be doing it in faith: being in faith knows that God will reward us. If God is not in it, then we know that he will not be rewarding it: no faith. Romans 14:23, :for whatsoever is not of faith is sin. Double Jeopardy: we also find from the same offense of doing what we know God said not to do, not only disobedience to be sentenced; but we also see no faith in it, which is a sin because God is not in it. And this is a big sentencing as the praise and worship can go on all night long, but if the Father’s Will is still not there, the rest of the Godhead members will not be there also, for they are one. And whatsoever is not of faith is sin to also be sentenced from the same offense in which there was found disobedience to be sentence. So not only is this one offense being sentenced for disobedience, but the disobedient is going to go battle the giants in the land with no power. And what a sentencing that will be in reality. How Dare You! I could go for triple jeopardy with this same offense, but you got to know when to hold em. Avoid Double Jeopardy, Grow A Faith Spine.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.