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Procure good seeds and you will be able to sow the brilliant future that you hope to reap!

  • “Let not mercy and truth forsake you; tie them around your neck; write them upon the tablet of your heart; and you shall find favor and good understanding in the sight of God and man. ” (Proverbs 3.3,4).

Everyone pine for finding “favor” and “good understanding” (that is to say, to be “well understood” and able to procure and accrue “sound understanding”). Nonetheless, why do we crave for this?

Do we yearn for “favor” and “to be well understood” in order to trample over the rights of other people or because we ache for seeing people being made into Creator’s children through us? Do we long for more space in order to obtain more tools to help out people more efficaciously (and get souls with whom we can have communion in Christ Jesus – 1John 1.3; Luke 19.12,13), or to become ourselves independent from them?

Do we look forward to that Jesus impart us “sound understanding” because we wish to assist people in the right way or why we want to entice them to bestow us what is fit to us?

I wish a superb day to you. But this entails using the necklace of the mercy and truth. That is to say, when people look at you, they must see mercy and truth by making the connection between:

  • your thoughts and feelings (head) and your actions (body);
  • you and your spouse – husband (head) and wife (body).