Suffering Becomes an Element of Jesus’ Compassion

God does suffer difficulties to overshadow our lives. This suffering has great meaning in  becoming a child of God and being a life long His disciple. Faithfulness to what one inwardly invest true is the goal(s) one must strive to produce. For an example:

One can only manifest the good intent they have the ability to produce. Therefore, others should not force one to be or produce their intent(s) to reach their goal(s). I have had such desires pressed upon myself by others. I knew inwardly that saints were praying for me but I felt that “no man cared for my soul.” There was the feeling then that I should be property in stead of a sister who possessed her own Godly insight to share with her brothers and sisters. As disciples, we are to sprinkle their fruit in others, and not produce spiritual prototypes of ourselves. Inward fruit producing, this is church growth.


I chose to write about love after first having wrote about compassion. Love is first a concept or an idea that can be experienced compassionately. But so often, love is expressed in a personal self-like fashion that may not include compassion in the sense of loveliness toward another.  I want to say, first, love yourself in a godly, wholesome way. Keeping in mind that you obtain a self-worth that even you should respect. For an example, if I am not in conflict with you, no one is going to persuade me I should just because of their gossip. I chose this example because today we trample on others because of what we heard. We might not even know the person’s name or had a conversation with them. In denying to dispute with an individual because of he said, she said, you are expressing your love toward yourself and other(s).

Showing Compassion

Compassion goes with writing like a child is nursed of his or her Mother’s milk that is suited for that child. Everyone has a need to be thought of in a loving-like genuine way. I love to be treated with respect as do all. The sun seems to shine in our temperatures choice when others value us in a compassionate manner. Some of us like to receive the most biggest,  and brightest smile, others want a gentle touch, or a respectful greeting. Whatever each preference of compassion is, it is a must says Jesus. He compels us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves. “Now abideth faith, hope and charity, but the greatest of these is love”: compassion. It goes a long ways.

The Journey Begins

Through you and I Jesus is challenging us to His greatest discipleship. He has compelled me to express of  Him in His most highest living form and that physical structure is “The Trinitarian God.” Most know Him as the Son of God, or the Son of Man. Many today know Him as God Himself. But few comprehends Him as “The Trinitarian God” , and “The Only Self-Made Man.” Today we are commissioned to express Him in this totality: The Godhead bodily, which is Himself. Colossians 2:9 certifies this truth in stating that the fullness of the God head bodily is revealed in Jesus. This hidden view of Jesus is to be told  today by His disciples.

Which have borne witness of thy charity before the church: whom if thou bring forward on their journey after a godly sort, thou shalt do well: Because that for his name’s sake they went forth, taking nothing of the Gentiles. — 3 John, 6, 7