Overflowing truth

“The LORD is near to all who call upon him,
to all who call upon him in truth.”
Do not miss this final statement In this scripture passage. How many times do we ask the Father for our own benefit and say it is for others? He knows the truth that is in us, and the lie that comes from us. Ask in truth. If you ask for yourself then ask for yourself, but you might find yourself not asking, because you might find that your request is not in alignment with what you know is true of God.

‘”because the hour is coming in which all who are in the tombs
will hear his voice and will come out,
those who have done good deeds
to the resurrection of life,
but those who have done wicked deeds
to the resurrection of condemnation.”

When we think of resurrection we tend to think of the righteous, but this scripture clearly states that all will be resurrected, wicked and righteous alike. We will either rejoice, because of our good deeds or have weeping and gnashing of teeth, because of our wickedness.

In no way am I trying to scare any one into good deeds. I just wanted to share my understanding of a few passage of scripture. You deeds are your own, regardless of the nature being wicked or good. These deeds will be an overflow of who you serve.

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