Self Will – Take An Inventory Of Ourselves

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Our Behavior Is Pretty Much Ruled By Our Pride or Self Will

Our emotions and our actions are of self will. We want our lives to be in perfect order as WE would like them. We do not care about what others want or need or even if we do, so long as it doesn’t interrupt our way of life, the life WE want. If we want something bad enough, we’ll do whatever it takes to get it. Some break the law of man, while others break the Law of God. This is self will and not God’s will.

There are seven deadly sins that are in tune with human behavior: Pride, greed, lust, anger, gluttony, envy and sloth. Pride is the root of all sin and it keeps us separated from God. One must tone down his pride so he can put God and others first. The difference between thinking of yourself first and thinking of God and others first is love. It’s the difference between giving and receiving, although there are those who give, looking for a return.

When we think of ourselves first we want. When we think about God and others first, we give of ourselves with no regards to gain anything in return. Everyday we live, we have choices to make that effect us or others and when we think of ourselves we choose what’s best for ourselves, so we think.

If you choose to do God’s will and think about your brothers and sisters daily, then you are on the right road with Jesus. But for those whose ambitions are worldly and for worldly gains, then you are on the road to perdition and the only thing that will be waiting for you in the end is death and eternal damnation for your soul. God wants us to keep things simple and in order. God is not about calamity, our own will is.

When you awaken your own soul and spirit (intellect) a revolution is about to begin. Your carnal self, what used to dominate your soul and spirit is now being taken over by the principals of God’s will. Your flesh is suddenly losing control over its normal faculties. Its normal faculties pertain to worldly ambitions and bodily desires.

This life here is short compared to eternity. Nothing this world has to offer is lasting. Just when you think you have job security, you get laid off. Just when you think you have financial security a catastrophe happens. Just when you think you have good health, you fall ill. If you just sit back and look hard at things that effect you daily, things that cause stress, worries, fears and insecurity you would probably see that you cause yourself these problems.

Now, your probably saying something like it’s not my fault that such and such happened, and you could be right, but your letting it control you, which causes you to react to it in a harmful manner. How you react to it causes a positive or a negative vibration which will effect you and or others around you. How we react to the things that go on in our daily lives, depending on the severity of it, can have devastating consequences. Not only to others, but to ourselves as well. This is why it is so important to keep a low profile.

If you work, do your job 100%, if not a little more. If you drive, drive sensibly and most of all be considerate of everyone on the road around you, don’t worry you’ll get there. Try not to ripple the ponds of people around you. Don’t complain, things could be worse. Don’t talk about people, it’s gossip. Don’t talk excessively or about things that have no value. Mind your own business, don’t be so curious. Don’t boast. Don’t think your somebody special, your not. Do not try to justify your sinful actions. Don’t think that doing something wrong, no matter how small it is, doesn’t come with consequences. Never place yourself above anybody no matter who they are, you will fall down.

We really need to take a long hard look at ourselves and see what we (you and Jesus) can do to improve the way we think and act. There are those who can’t live their own life. They need to be dependent on others. They don’t want to make their own decisions, basically out of fear. They would rather have people tell them what they need to do. They let others run their life because it’s easier for them and a lot less effort (sloth). They’re constantly afraid of making decisions. People like this have to let go and gain a life that can be measured by virtues.

God wants us to lean on Him and His blessed Son Jesus and the Holy Spirit. He doesn’t want us to be wimps and lean on man for security. He wants us to be independent from man and the world and at the same time depend on Him for the guidance we need to overcome our weakness’ so we can come home and live with Him where we belong.

God’s love is true and pure and uncreated, unlike man’s love which is created. We desperately need to overcome ourselves if we plan on living with God in His kingdom. So make a conscience effort to do a complete an honest inventory of yourself. And don’t forget to ask Jesus for His help.

Once you give up your self will, never take it back.

May God Bless You Dearly

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