We all need to talk more, to each other to get to know and share our human values, share a joke and ideas. After all, we all breath the same air, eat, drink, have hopes and dreams; we all want to laugh and feel joy in our day. We hope to love and find love and will all someday die. The important thing before we exit this world is to learn the truth about us, how we share this planet we call Earth. To know we are human, one of a kind each with an individual journey. The search for who we are, our identity, will fascinate minds forever. We need to know what truth is and how to use that truth to help others know who what they can become.
There are many paths offered in this world, most of them broad and popular, their focus more on distraction than on finding out truths in life. Money is all worthless in the end. True value is found in unconditional love is the language of this kingdom and lights a way out of the ignorance of material living. Jesus had not the trappings of money, was not distracted by life’s homemade dramas. He traveled with his Fathers grace and through the power of the Holy Spirit, all things became possible in signs and wonders.
Jesus in his ultimate love for us sacrificed his life, gave it unconditionally so that our mind and body and soul may be freed from the bondage of our old life. By his blood, we are saved. The idea of a kingdom or good news can be found in his teaching, he refers to it as the narrow path that we as Christians must follow to find eternal life. The old ways, the old world will pass away, Jesus’s gift in his life is the resurrection of a new life in him. Embracing a newborn life in Christ is the real treasure beyond price. A Father’s love for His son and for us.
Jesus Christ came with nothing, a humble beginning with no worldly power but his Fathers Spirit and purpose to do the Fathers Will. He wanted nothing other than to invite us all to seek the invisible one true thing in all our lives, the kingdom of God is within. He encourages us to create this everlasting richness in the joy of spirit. He wanted only to help lift all who would listen, all who would follow, who could open their hearts to understand and practice living and giving Christ in life.