Study Guide


Apply the Principles - Letting Your Light Shine

Core Interrelations













God’s will be done

Core Interrelations


CONSOLIDATIO
N:
Don't be insensitive to (hard-hearted toward) God's communication toward you; He wants and can enable you to live like He does, and wants to keep you. Believe and be saved!

Listen to and learn from what God says so you can tell the difference between right and wrong. Then God will live in you and He will enable you to succeed at applying His principles, overcoming all your harmful desires.

This life consists of being filled with the Holy Spirit, who satisfies our cravings. Then we truly will worship God.

We worship from start to end and along the way we overcome our frail harmful nature, after applying God's will to our life; giving up the worldly things and forgiving each other.


Jesus knows you love Him by the way you apply the principles, which is summed up by loving each other as Jesus loves us. Doing much of this will bring glory to God, and He will reveal Himself to us.

Right now in this world we must do the work of God until it is finished, and it is difficult to do His work in this world.

Believers will do what Jesus did and have His joy.

Broadcast the principles as you apply them yourself. Jesus conquered death and has authority over all life; therefore carry the gospel, baptize people, and teach them to apply God's will, the principles.

When Jesus and the Father see you continually applying their principles (one is to believe in them) and producing many lasting good results, they will give you whatever you ask for in Jesus' name, and Jesus will give you His peace as well.



The way is narrow and you can't buck the system.

After all is said and done you better have done what God said.

Whoever does not bear good results will be cut off from God and burned.




Major Connections

+    God wanting us to live like He does, and God living in us to enable us to successfully apply His principles and overcome our harmful desires.

+    God's will being done, and listening to and learning from what God says so you can tell the difference between right and wrong.

+    God's will being done, and be sensitive to (soft-hearted toward) God's communication toward you.

+    God wanting to keep us, and us believing in Jesus and being saved.

+    God's will being done, and us being filled with the Holy Spirit.

+    God's will being done, and us truly worshiping Him.

+    God's will being done, and us giving up worldly things.

+    God's will being done, and us forgiving each other.

+    God's will being done, and us loving Him, and loving each other as Jesus loves us, bringing Him glory.

+    God's will being done, and Him revealing Himself to us.

+    God's will being done, and us doing His work until it is finished.

+    Doing what Jesus did, and having His joy.

+    God's will being done, and carrying the gospel, baptizing people, and teaching them to apply God's will, the principles.

+    God wanting us to produce many lasting good results, believing in Him, and God granting whatever we ask in Jesus' name.



-    Not doing what God says, not bearing good results, and being cut off from God and burned.



Episode Interrelations            Principle Passages


CORE: Believers will do what Jesus did and have His joy. When Jesus and the Father see
you continually applying their principles (one is to believe in them) and producing many lasting good results, they will give you whatever you ask for in Jesus' name, and Jesus will give you His peace as well. Whoever does not bear good results will be cut off from God and burned. Jesus knows you love Him by the way you apply the principles, which is summed up by loving each other as Jesus loves us. Doing much of this will bring glory to God, and He will reveal Himself to us. This life consists of being filled with the Holy Spirit, who satisfies our cravings. Then we truly will worship God. Right now in this world we must do the work of God until it is finished, and it is difficult to do His work in this world. We worship from start to end and along the way we overcome our frail harmful nature, after applying God's will to our life; giving up the worldly things and forgiving each other. The way is narrow and you can't buck the system. After all is said and done you better have done what God said. That said, don't be insensitive to His communication toward you; He wants and can enable you to live like He does, and wants to keep you. Believe and be saved! Listen to and learn from what God says so you can tell the difference between right and wrong. Then God will live in you and He will enable you to succeed at applying His principles, overcoming all your harmful desires. Broadcast the principles as you apply them yourself. Jesus conquered death and has authority over all life; therefore carry the gospel, baptize people, and teach them to apply God's will, the principles.




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there’s work to do

Core Interrelations


CONSOLIDATIO
N:
God the Father and Jesus his Son continue working.

They are together and show the principles by what they do.


Believers will do what Jesus did and have His joy. Jesus loves and lives in them, and so does God the Father and the Holy Spirit.

Sometimes the work of God is displayed in our life through overcoming severe hardships.

It's not easy being hated and misjudged by the world for the good things we do, but Jesus saves us.

When Jesus and the Father see you continually applying their principles (one is to believe in them) and producing many lasting good results, they will give you whatever you ask for in Jesus' name, and Jesus will give you His peace as well.



We will not overcome severe hardships as long as we're distracted with worldly endeavors, and as long as our pride is in place, ruling our life.




Major Connections

+    There's work to do, and God the Father and Jesus his Son continuing to work.

+    Doing the work of God, and applying His principles, showing them by what you do.

+    Doing the work of God, and having Jesus, the Father, and the Holy Spirit living in you, loving you.

+    Having the work of God displayed in our lives, and overcoming severe hardships.

+    Continually applying God's principles (one is to believe in Him), and producing many lasting good results, and having whatever you ask God for in Jesus' name.

+    Believers doing what Jesus did, and having His joy and peace.



-    Not overcoming severe hardships, and being distracted with worldly endeavors, and having our pride in place, ruling our life.



Episode Interrelations            Principle Passages


CORE: God the Father and Jesus his Son
continue working. They are together and show the principles by what they do. Sometimes the work of God is displayed in our life through overcoming severe hardships, and that's not going to happen as long as we're distracted with worldly endeavors, and as long as our pride is in place, ruling our life. It's not easy being hated and misjudged by the world for the good things we do, but Jesus saves us. Believers will do what Jesus did and have His joy. Jesus loves and lives in them, and so does God the Father and the Holy Spirit. When Jesus and the Father see you continually applying their principles (one is to believe in them) and producing many lasting good results, they will give you whatever you ask for in Jesus' name, and Jesus will give you His peace as well.




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working brings glory to God

Core Interrelations


CONSOLIDA
TION:
Jesus has authority over all of us; we need the Father and Son to bring us into eternal life, which is knowing Him.

You'll find out Jesus' teachings come from God when you choose to apply the principles of God to your life (this will help you believe in Jesus). This work will honor God and make you a man or woman of truth. Then you will have given glory to God, and that's a great thing.

Jesus knows you love Him by the way you apply the principles, which is summed up by loving each other as Jesus loves us. Doing much of this will bring glory to God, and He will reveal Himself to us. We will glorify God by doing all the work He has given us to do.




Major Connections

+    Honoring God, and choosing to apply the principles of God to your life.

+    The work of applying God's principles to your life, and becoming a man or woman of truth.

+    Becoming a man or woman of truth, and giving glory to God.

+    Giving glory to God, and greatness.

+    Working, giving glory to God, and loving each other as Jesus loves us.

+    Doing much loving as Jesus loves us, and God revealing Himself to us.

+    Doing all the work God gives us to do, and glorifying Him.



Episode Interrelations            Principle Passages


CORE: Jesus knows you love Him by the way you apply the principles, which is summed up by loving each other as Jesus loves us.
Doing much of this will bring glory to God, and He will reveal Himself to us. Jesus has authority over all of us; we need the Father and Son to bring us into eternal life, which is knowing Him. We will glorify Him by doing all the work He has given us to do. You'll find out Jesus' teachings come from God when you choose to apply the principles of God to your life (this will help you believe in Jesus). This work will honor God and make you a man or woman of truth. Then you will have given glory to God, and that's a great thing.




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nature of the work

Core Interrelations


CONSOLIDA
TION:
Jesus is the only true way to eternal life with God the Father. He is One with the Father, speaking and living the principles of God since they live in each other, as the miracles show. Jesus' work shows He came from the Father. Jesus seeks to please God the Father, and judges according to His principles.

To do the work of God is to believe in Jesus, the One God sent to us to save us from sin (harm) and evil. That said, don't be insensitive to His communication toward you; He wants and can enable you to live like He does, and wants to keep you. Believe and be saved!

Listen to and learn from what God says so you can tell the difference between right and wrong. This will help a lot, make it natural for you to home in as God draws you in to believing in Jesus, who came from Him, and be saved.

Jesus loves and lives in Believers, and so does God the Father and the Holy Spirit.

Believers will do what Jesus did and have His joy.

Sometimes the work of God is displayed in our life through overcoming severe hardships.



We will not overcome severe hardships as long as we're distracted with worldly endeavors, and as long as our pride is in place, ruling our life.




Major Connections

+    Doing the work of God, and believing in Jesus.

+    Believing in Jesus, and being saved from (sin) harm and evil.

+    Believing in Jesus, and being sensitive (soft-hearted) to His communication to you.

+    Listening to and learning from what God says, and telling the difference between right and wrong.

+    Being enabled to speak and live God's principles, and God living in and loving us.

+    Judging according to God's principles, and seeking to please God.

+    Doing what Jesus did, and having His joy.

+    Overcoming severe hardships, and having the work of God displayed in our lives.



-    Not overcoming severe hardships, and being distracted with worldly endeavors, and having our pride in place, ruling our life.



Episode Interrelations            Principle Passages


CORE: To do
the work of God is to believe in Jesus, the One God sent to us to save us from sin (harm) and evil. That said, don't be insensitive to His communication toward you; He wants and can enable you to live like He does, and wants to keep you. Believe and be saved! Listen to and learn from what God says so you can tell the difference between right and wrong. This will help a lot, make it natural for you to home in as God draws you in to believing in Jesus, who came from Him, and be saved. Jesus is the only true way to eternal life with God the Father. He is One with the Father, speaking and living the principles of God since they live in each other, as the miracles show. Believers will do what Jesus did and have His joy. Jesus loves and lives in them, and so does God the Father and the Holy Spirit. Sometimes the work of God is displayed in our life through overcoming severe hardships, and that's not going to happen as long as we're distracted with worldly endeavors, and as long as our pride is in place, ruling our life. Jesus seeks to please God the Father, and judges according to His principles. Jesus' work shows He came from the Father.




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no-one ever said it was going to be easy

Core Interrelations


CONSOLI
DATION:
This life consists of being filled with the Holy Spirit, who satisfies our cravings. Then we truly will worship God.

Those who repent will be cleansed by and given life in the Holy Spirit, but will also pass through trials.

All of us will go through difficult trials, and we must retain our stubborn persistence in sticking to the principles.

Sometimes the work of God is displayed in our life through overcoming severe hardships.


Jesus does not always do what’s safe; rather, He puts God’s principles into action. Loving, caring, and helping may get you into trouble in this world. Right now in this world we must do the work of God until it is finished, and it is difficult to do His work in this world. Follow Jesus.

God will enable you to believe in spite of the persecution you will endure on your journey.

Satan tries to disrupt your walk with God, and some unbelievers bring persecution and death to believers.

If you die for Jesus, you will find life.

Though applying the principles is so difficult with the hatred people sometimes inflict on us and trying not to retaliate with that same hatred, Jesus brings us life.

It's not easy being hated and misjudged by the world for the good things we do, but Jesus saves us.

The harmer may take away your worldly things, burden you, or attack your dignity. So it's not easy because now you must lovingly offer yourself to them.


Applying the principles in view of the world will cost you your old lifestyle and possibly your body, but you have to do it.

Breaking old habits and changing our ways adds difficulty to applying the principles.

We better ask God to help us quit doing all these things that are bad to do. Asking for mercy, with faith in Jesus' healing power, WILL bring healing.

Sometimes things appropriate for old situations are not right for new situations, and the change may be difficult to accept. Do what is appropriate to being in Christ.

It's not easy to give a large portion of your wealth to the poor.

God expects us to at least start by putting what we have to work in His service in some small way.

Give up having your closest relationships with family outside Christ, and be willing to suffer abuse and even death for Him, though this is difficult, or you can't be His disciple.

The gospel brings many conflicts between people; you must love Jesus the most and endure persecution, though this is difficult, to be worthy of relationship with Jesus.

Better to deny yourself daily, unashamedly tell the gospel, and be persecuted than to gain the whole world and be eternally condemned.

We should be at peace with others who are for Jesus.



Don't do your giving, good deeds, and praying to be seen by others, as the hypocrites do.

We will not overcome severe hardships as long as we're distracted with worldly endeavors, and as long as our pride is in place, ruling our life.

If you stay alive by disowning Jesus, you'll loose life.




Major Connections

+    Believers passing through difficult trials, but being filled with the Holy Spirit, life from God, and truly worshiping God.

+    Going through difficult trials, and the necessity of retaining our stubborn persistence in sticking to the principles.

+    Overcoming severe hardships, and the work of God being displayed in our lives.

+    Not always doing what’s safe, and putting God’s principles into action.

+    Getting into trouble in this world, and loving, caring, and helping.

+    Satan and unbelievers persecuting you and trying to disrupt your walk with God, but God enabling you to believe in spite of it, Jesus saving you, bringing life.

+    Being persecuted to death, but finding life when dying for Jesus.

+    The difficulty of being hated and misjudged by the world for the good things we do, but Jesus saving us.

+    The difficulty of trying not to retaliate with hatred against people who inflict hatred on us, but Jesus bringing us life.

+    The difficulty of the harmer taking away your worldly things, burdening you, or attacking your dignity, and then lovingly offering yourself to them.

+    Giving up your old lifestyle, old habits, old relationships, and becoming a believer.

+    Becoming a believer, asking God to help us quit doing all these things that are bad to do, asking for mercy with faith in Jesus, and healing from God.

+    The difficulty of giving a large portion of your wealth to the poor, but God expecting you to at least start by putting what you have to work in His service in some small way.

+    The gospel bringing many conflicts between people, and unashamedly telling the gospel.

+    It not being easy, and denying yourself.

+    It not being easy, and not doing your giving, good deeds, and praying to be seen by others.



-    Not overcoming severe hardships, and being distracted with worldly endeavors, and having our pride in place, ruling our life.



Episode Interrelations
            Principle Passages


CORE:
Though applying the principles is so difficult with the hatred people sometimes inflict on us and trying not to retaliate with that same hatred, Jesus brings us life. God will enable you to believe in spite of the persecution you will endure on your journey. Satan tries to disrupt your walk with God, and some unbelievers bring persecution and death to believers. Applying the principles in view of the world will cost you your old lifestyle and possibly your body, but you have to do it. Better to deny yourself daily, unashamedly tell the gospel, and be persecuted than to gain the whole world and be eternally condemned. Give up having your closest relationships with family outside Christ, and be willing to suffer abuse and even death for Him, though this is difficult, or you can't be His disciple. The gospel brings many conflicts between people; you must love Jesus the most and endure persecution, though this is difficult, to be worthy of relationship with Jesus. If you die for Jesus, you will find life. If you stay alive by disowning Jesus, you'll loose life. Jesus does not always do what’s safe; rather, He puts God’s principles into action. All of us will go through difficult trials, and we must retain our stubborn persistence in sticking to the principles. But we should be at peace with others who are for Jesus. Those who repent will be cleansed by and given life in the Holy Spirit, but will also pass through trials. It's not easy to give a large portion of your wealth to the poor. God expects us to at least start by putting what we have to work in His service in some small way. Sometimes the work of God is displayed in our life through overcoming severe hardships, and that's not going to happen as long as we're distracted with worldly endeavors, and as long as our pride is in place, ruling our life. It's not easy being hated and misjudged by the world for the good things we do, but Jesus saves us. The harmer may take away your worldly things, burden you, or attack your dignity. So it's not easy because now you must lovingly offer yourself to them. Don't do your giving, good deeds, and praying to be seen by others, as the hypocrites do. We better ask God to help us quit doing all these things that are bad to do. Loving, caring, and helping may get you into trouble in this world. Follow Jesus. Breaking old habits and changing our ways adds difficulty to applying the principles. Asking for mercy, with faith in Jesus' healing power, WILL bring healing. Sometimes things appropriate for old situations are not right for new situations, and the change may be difficult to accept. Do what is appropriate to being in Christ. This life consists of being filled with the Holy Spirit, who satisfies our cravings. Then we truly will worship God. Right now in this world we must do the work of God until it is finished, and it is difficult to do His work in this world.




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fruit is essential

Core Interrelations


CONSOLIDATI
ON:
To serve Jesus you must follow Jesus' path, and you will be honored by God the Father. Jesus draws us into eternal life in heaven.

Repent, confess your harmfulness, prepare the way for the Lord to come into your life.

A godly heritage won't save you.

Those who repent will be cleansed by and given life in the Holy Spirit, but will also pass through trials.

Applying the principles in view of the world will cost you your old lifestyle and possibly your body, but you have to do it. Better to deny yourself daily, unashamedly tell the gospel, and be persecuted than to gain the whole world and be eternally condemned.

God will put us to work in fruitful ways and reward us after we are finished.

Jesus knows you love Him by the way you apply the principles, which is summed up by loving each other as Jesus loves us. Doing much of this will bring glory to God, and He will reveal Himself to us.

The fruit or lack of fruit due to rejecting Christ is evident, and so is your placement either in or out of God's Eternal Kingdom.



Even though we are all so frail, Jesus is coming back to Judge, looking to see who overcame their harmful desires and is applying the principles (one is believing in Him); so apply them now, don't wait, it's essential, essential, essential, the Judge is coming!

He will separate those who applied them from those who didn't.



Those who do not keep Jesus' teachings (one is to believe in Him) do not know where their life is taking them. They do not produce the fruit of applying the principles of God, and will be condemned in the end.

If you don't produce good fruit, (apply the principles), you will be thrown into hell.

Whoever does not bear good results will be cut off from God and burned.




Major Connections

+    Bearing good fruit, and serving Jesus, following His path.

+    Bearing good fruit, and repenting, preparing the way for the Lord to come into your life.

+    Bearing good fruit, and accepting Christ.

+    Bearing good fruit, and being cleansed by and given life in the Holy Spirit.

+    Bearing good fruit, and applying the principles in view of the world.

+    Bearing good fruit, and giving up your old lifestyle.

+    Bearing good fruit, and denying yourself, unashamedly telling the gospel.

+    Bearing good fruit, and God putting us to work.

+    Bearing good fruit, and loving Jesus, and loving each other as Jesus loves us.

+    Bearing good fruit, and bringing glory to God, and God revealing Himself to us.

+    Bearing good fruit, and being honored and rewarded by God.

+    Bearing good fruit, and eternal life in heaven.



-    Not bearing good fruit, and rejecting Christ.

-    Not bearing good fruit, and not overcoming your harmful desires.

-    Not bearing good fruit, and not knowing where your life is taking you.

-    Not bearing good fruit, and being cut off from God, thrown into hell, and burned.



Episode Interrelations            Principle Passages


CORE: To serve Jesus you must follow Jesus' path, and you will be honored by God the Father. Jesus draws us into eternal life in heaven.
Those who do not keep Jesus' teachings (one is to believe in Him) do not know where their life is taking them. They do not produce the fruit of applying the principles of God, and will be condemned in the end. Repent, confess your harmfulness, prepare the way for the Lord to come into your life. A godly heritage won't save you. If you don't produce good fruit, (apply the principles), you will be thrown into hell. Those who repent will be cleansed by and given life in the Holy Spirit, but will also pass through trials. Whoever does not bear good results will be cut off from God and burned. Jesus knows you love Him by the way you apply the principles, which is summed up by loving each other as Jesus loves us. Doing much of this will bring glory to God, and He will reveal Himself to us. The fruit or lack of fruit due to rejecting Christ is evident, and so is your placement either in or out of God's Eternal Kingdom. Even though we are all so frail, Jesus is coming back to Judge, looking to see who overcame their harmful desires and is applying the principles (one is believing in Him); so apply them now, don't wait, it's essential, essential, essential, the Judge is coming! He will separate those who applied them from those who didn't. God will put us to work in fruitful ways and reward us after we are finished. Applying the principles in view of the world will cost you your old lifestyle and possibly your body, but you have to do it. Better to deny yourself daily, unashamedly tell the gospel, and be persecuted than to gain the whole world and be eternally condemned.




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can’t fool God

Core Interrelations


CONSO
LIDATION:
Jesus is the Savior of the world and if you do what he says you will reap the benefits. He says what God says, so apply it and reap the benefits. Doing what Jesus says will make you solid as a rock. Obey the word of God and be blessed.

Jesus came from the Father and if you believe in Him you will be saved (if you believe in Him you will not die in the midst of your harmful ways).

Repent, choose to follow Jesus, who is God, because you really need Him to live.

Being forceful and sensitive helps you see God's call unmistakably and take the right actions, proving your alignment with God.


Though men may not see your true motivation, the Lord sees it in everything you do, and knows if you obey from the heart or not.

Jesus knows you love Him by the way you apply the principles, which is summed up by loving each other as Jesus loves us. Doing much of this will bring glory to God, and He will reveal Himself to us.

Be merciful to people and do not judge or condemn them; forgive them.

Give, and a good overflowing measure will be poured back to you.



You can't fool God and He sees your frailty; He knows when you hate accepting what's good.

The way is narrow and you can't buck the system. After all is said and done you better have done what God said.

God disconnects from people who refuse the authority of Jesus after God makes Jesus real to them; this Jesus who came from Him.

Disregard what Jesus says and at some point you will be quickly destroyed.




Major Connections

+    Reaping the benefits of Christ, and doing what He says.

+    Doing what Jesus says, and being solid as a rock, blessed.

+    Taking the right actions and so proving your alignment with God, and repenting.

+    Believing in Jesus, and being saved, not dying in the midst of your harmful ways.

+    Our true motivation, and God seeing it, knowing if we obey from the heart.

+    The way you apply God's principles, and Jesus knowing you love Him.

+    Jesus knowing you love Him, and loving each other as Jesus loves us.

+    Doing much application of God's principles, and bringing glory to God.

+    Doing much application of God's principles, and God revealing Himself to us.

+    Not fooling God, and having mercy on people, giving to people, and forgiving people.

+    The way being narrow, and there being no way around it, and doing what God said.



-    Hating what's good, and God seeing it, God seeing your frailty.

-    Refusing the authority of Jesus and disregarding His teachings, and at some point being quickly destroyed.



Episode Interrelations            Principle Passages


CORE:
Jesus knows you love Him by the way you apply the principles, which is summed up by loving each other as Jesus loves us. Doing much of this will bring glory to God, and He will reveal Himself to us. Jesus is the Savior of the world and if you do what he says you will reap the benefits. Jesus came from the Father and if you believe in Him you will be saved (if you believe in Him you will not die in the midst of your harmful ways). He says what God says, so apply it and reap the benefits. You can't fool God and He sees your frailty; He knows when you hate accepting what's good. Repent, choose to follow Jesus, who is God, because you really need Him to live. Be merciful to people and do not judge or condemn them; forgive them. Give, and a good overflowing measure will be poured back to you. Doing what Jesus says will make you solid as a rock, disregard and at some point you will be quickly destroyed. Obey the word of God and be blessed. Though men may not see your true motivation, the Lord sees it in everything you do, and knows if you obey from the heart or not. The way is narrow and you can't buck the system. After all is said and done you better have done what God said. Being forceful and sensitive helps you see God's call unmistakably and take the right actions, proving your alignment with God. God disconnects from people who refuse the authority of Jesus after God makes Jesus real to them; this Jesus who came from Him. Those who accept Jesus find rest for their souls.




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it starts small

Core Interrelations


CONSOLI
DATION:
To begin with, Repent, Repent, Repent of things like your preoccupation with money and worldly things.

Turn, and forcefully do things in the other direction, toward the Lord.

Recognize the harmful desires in your heart and value overcoming them (even though people may approve of them), showing the Lord you care about Him and His way of life, his everlasting principles.


It's not easy to give a large portion of your wealth to the poor.

God expects us to at least start by putting what we have to work in His service in some small way.




Major Connections

+    Forcefully doing some small thing in the direction of the Lord, and repenting.

+    Recognizing the harmful desires in your heart and valuing overcoming them, and showing the Lord you care about Him and His way of life.

+    Putting what you have to work in God's service in some small way, and giving away a large portion of your wealth to the poor (you'll work up to it, just get started, the joy of the Lord will overtake you).



Episode Interrelations            Principle Passages


CORE:
To begin with, Repent, Repent, Repent of things like your preoccupation with money and worldly things. Turn, and forcefully do things in the other direction, toward the Lord. Recognize the harmful desires in your heart and value overcoming them (even though people may approve of them), showing the Lord you care about Him and His way of life, his everlasting principles. It's not easy to give a large portion of your wealth to the poor. God expects us to at least start by putting what we have to work in His service in some small way.




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don’t wait

Core Interrelations


CONSOLIDATION:
We all must repent or perish.

Though the Lord is patient, our time does have a limit.

Even though we are all so frail, Jesus is coming back to Judge, looking to see who overcame their harmful desires and is applying the principles (one is believing in Him); so apply them now, don't wait, it's essential, essential, essential, the Judge is coming! He will separate those who applied them from those who didn't.

Give a large portion of your wealth to the poor (see also LK 19:1-10), and don't wait. Be ready to meet the Lord.



God will take away the life of anyone who is greedy for possessions and a life of leisure.




Major Connections

+    Not waiting to apply the principles, and repenting and believing in Jesus.

+    Not waiting to follow Jesus, and our time having a limit.

+    Not waiting to apply the principles, and Jesus coming back to Judge us!

+    Not waiting to apply the principles, and giving a large portion of your wealth to the poor.

+    Not waiting to apply the principles, and being ready to meet the Lord.



-    Putting off repenting, and perishing.

-    Living for yourself now, being greedy for possiosions and a life of leisure, and not being ready to meet the Lord and having your life taken away.



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CORE: As for open harmfulness, God will take away the life of anyone who is greedy for possessions and a life of leisure. Give a large portion of your wealth to the poor (see also LK 19:1-10), and
don't wait. Be ready to meet the Lord. We all must repent or perish. Though the Lord is patient, our time does have a limit. Even though we are all so frail, Jesus is coming back to Judge, looking to see who overcame their harmful desires and is applying the principles (one is believing in Him); so apply them now, don't wait, it's essential, essential, essential, the Judge is coming! He will separate those who applied them from those who didn't.




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give

Core Interrelations


CONSOLIDATION:
Give a large portion of your wealth to the poor (see also LK 19:1-10), and don't wait. Be ready to meet the Lord.

Give, and a good overflowing measure will be poured back to you.

The poor who give to God are honored.

Love, give and do good to, bless and pray for your enemies, those who hate you, curse you, and mistreat you. Be merciful to people and do not judge or condemn them; forgive them. Do to others as you would have them do to you. Then your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High.

Openly showing others the evidence of God in your life will be rewarded with more life from God. As we sow the word of the gospel in receptive people’s hearts, God makes it grow.



Insensitivity (hard-heartedness) prevents people from really hearing and understanding God's message.

God will take away the life of anyone who is greedy for possessions and a life of leisure.

Those that like to impress others and be honored publicly, but take advantage of those in difficult circumstances, will be punished most severely.




Major Connections

+    Giving a large portion of your wealth to the poor, and not waiting to give.

+    Giving, and a good overflowing measure being poured back to you.

+    The poor giving to God, and the poor being honored.

+    Giving to your enemies, and loving your enemies.

+    Giving, and forgiving, being merciful, not judging or condemning.

+    Giving, and doing to others as you would have them do to you.

+    Giving, and openly showing others the evidence of God in your life.

+    Openly showing others the evidence of God in your life, and receiving more life from God.

+    Giving, and sowing the word of the gospel in receptive people’s hearts.



-    Not giving, and insensitivity (hard-heartedness), not really hearing and understanding God's message.

-    Being greedy for possessions and a life of leisure, and having your life taken away by God.

-    Taking advantage of people in difficult circumstances, and being punished most severely.



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            Principle Passages


CORE:
Insensitivity prevents people from really hearing and understanding God's message. Openly showing others the evidence of God in your life will be rewarded with more life from God. As we sow the word of the gospel in receptive people’s hearts, God makes it grow. Those that like to impress others and be honored publicly, but take advantage of those in difficult circumstances, will be punished most severely. The poor who give to God are honored. As for open harmfulness, God will take away the life of anyone who is greedy for possessions and a life of leisure. Give a large portion of your wealth to the poor (see also LK 19:1-10), and don't wait. Be ready to meet the Lord. Love, give and do good to, bless and pray for your enemies, those who hate you, curse you, and mistreat you. Do to others as you would have them do to you. Then your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High. Be merciful to people and do not judge or condemn them; forgive them. Give, and a good overflowing measure will be poured back to you.




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rewards of working

Core Interrelations


CONSOLIDAT
ION:
Jesus is the Savior of the world and if you do what he says you will reap the benefits. He says what God says, so apply it and reap the benefits.

Apply the principles (one is to believe in Jesus) and join the family of God.

Repent, choose to follow Jesus, who is God, because you really need Him to live.

Jesus came from the Father and if you believe in Him you will be saved.


More people are needed to tell about Jesus, people who will freely give the blessings of Christ. God will maintain the needs of these workers.

Openly showing others the evidence of God in your life will be rewarded with more life from God.

As we sow the word of the gospel in receptive people’s hearts, God makes it grow.



You can't fool God and He sees your frailty; He knows when you hate accepting what's good.

Unbelief is against God and His goodness, and if you have it, it will come out.

Unbelief puts you in the dark with evil beings.




Major Connections

+    Being saved, and believing in Jesus.

+    Reaping benefits, and doing what Jesus says.

+    God maintaining your needs, and telling people about Jesus.

+    Life from God, and openly showing others the evidence of God in your life, telling people about Jesus.

+    The word of God growing in others, and sowing it in receptive people's hearts.

+    Being in the family of God, and applying God's principles.



-    Not doing the good work of God, and unbelief.

-    Unbelief, and being in the dark with evil beings.



Episode Interrelations
            Principle Passages


CORE:
Jesus is the Savior of the world and if you do what he says you will reap the benefits. Jesus came from the Father and if you believe in Him you will be saved. He says what God says, so apply it and reap the benefits. You can't fool God and He sees your frailty; He knows when you hate accepting what's good. Repent, choose to follow Jesus, who is God, because you really need Him to live. Unbelief is against God and His goodness, and if you have it, it will come out. Unbelief puts you in the dark with evil beings. Apply the principles (one is to believe in Jesus) and join the family of God. More people are needed to tell about Jesus, people who will freely give the blessings of Christ. God will maintain the needs of these workers. Openly showing others the evidence of God in your life will be rewarded with more life from God. As we sow the word of the gospel in receptive people’s hearts, God makes it grow.




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