For whoever shall do the will of God, the same is my brother, and my sister, and mother.
– Mark 3:35
Thoughts on Today’s Verse…
From this verse we can see that God has principles in treating people. Only those who sincerely, thirst for God’s words and practice God’s words are the people God likes, and are our brothers and sisters. God says, “What does God’s word require as the principle for treating others? Love what God loves, hate what God hates. That is, the people loved by God who truly pursue the truth and who carry out , are the people you should love. Those who don’t carry out God’s will, hate God, disobey God, and are despised by God, are people we should despise and reject. That’s what God’s word requires.” From God’s words we can understand that God not only has love and mercy for people, but also has principles in the way He treats people. God’s words say, “The standard by which God judges man is based on whether one’s essence obeys Him; one who obeys God is a righteous person, and one who does not obey God is an enemy and a wicked person, regardless of whether this person’s behavior is good or bad, and regardless of whether this person’s speech is correct or incorrect.” These words of God are clearly spoken. God doesn’t look at whether a person’s behavior is good or bad, but looks at whether he can wholeheartedly expend for God. No matter what God does, what circumstances befall he, he can obey God’s orchestrations and arrangements with reverence. Only such person is the righteous person in God’s eyes, and the “brother, and sister, and mother” spoken of by God.
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