negative[A quote from “How God changes your brain” by Andrew Newberg, M.D. and Mark Robert Waldman Page 141]

Unfortunately, as far as the brain is concerned, negative speech has a stronger effect than positive speech. Negative remarks and memories are more strongly encoded in the brain, and they are the most difficult memories to eradicate. In fact, simply being around negative people will make you more prejudiced, because listening to negative opinions can easily undermine your positive opinions about virtually anything. In essence, our brains are designed to mimic the emotional expressions of others. Not only does this allow us to feel what others feel but it causes what is known as “emotional contagion,” a universal neurological process whereby subjective feelings are transferred to other people and spread through social groups. So how fast does it take the brain to react to another person’s emotion? When you see an angry expression, it takes less than one second for the brain to respond with fear.

The more we dwell on anything negative the more negative we become, for we begin to filter things through our own subjective assumptions and suppositions.
Preaching of the Gospel to an unbeliever must not come with judgment.

When Jesus entered the Nazareth Synagogue, on Sabbath, and cited Isaiah 61, He stopped right before the next sentence, which dealt with vengeance and judgment. He dwelled on grace which He brought. John said,    Truth is never bombastic, or forceful, neither explosive. The Truth (Jesus) said “I Am gentle and humble in heart” (Matthew 11:29). We are still in the blessed dispensation of God’s grace. Like bees to the honey we must gravitate to grace and love.

We do not hoard into heaven people who get scared of hell as if by being terrorized by God with grotesque images of hell. Imagine, one arrives at the Pearly Gates gasping for breath, wiping off sweat of his face saying, “Boy, I made it by the skin of my teeth…I accepted Jesus… I almost went to hell…” Yet, the Perfect Love – our heavenly Father – casts out all fear; and those who still fear have not been perfected in God’s love.

Therefore, God does not draw those scared of eternal damnation to His Son. He draws His lost sons and lost sheep in order that they might be found, because for this reason He had sent His Son. Once you are found and know who you are there will be joy in heaven, feast and celebration. Know God’s heart, and not just fragments of His Word.

This is the system of the Kenite and we’ve been in it since Noah. What can you do about it? Kenites will do what comes to them naturally. They are the tares. Can you uproot them now? Hear the word of Wisdom.

‘Allow both to grow together until the harvest; and in the time of the harvest I will say to the reapers, [Matthew 13:30] “First gather up the tares and bind them in bundles to burn them up; but gather the wheat into my barn.”’”

[Matthew 13:38] The field is the world; and as for the good seed, these are the sons of the kingdom; and the tares are the evil sons.

We are the seed we must produce fruits in keeping with being God’s seed – mixed with the neutral filed. We grow side by side, but the tares shall be burned up completely and be no more. The Field, in which God’s treasure is hidden, which Jesus paid the price and legally bought (the world is the field), then He had reached down and found us – His treasure.

Don’t wander in circles anymore. Know who you are. To some it’s been given, but to some its not been given (Jesus said). Be humble enough to acknowledge God’s choices for this hour and rejoice in His gift.

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