Tuesday, January 25, 2022

The Good Shepherd. Love Is the Fulfillment of the Law. To Mind Your Own Business. Are EGGS BAD For You? (Real Doctor Reveals The TRUTH)




“What qualities make for a good leader? Who can we look to for guidance on how to become better shepherds of our children? When it comes to examples of leadership, there is no more excellent example than Jesus Christ Himself, the Good Shepherd.

As Christian parents, we are tasked with raising the next generation in God’s ways. Be inspired by this study as you shepherd the hearts of your children.”



Learn how to raise your children on the path of righteousness.


Discover how to guard and guide their hearts.


Take direction from the Chief Shepherd and His leadership.


From: https://lifehopeandtruth.com/learning-center/youth-development/shepherding-the-heart/introduction/?


Love Is the Fulfillment of the Law

Romans 13:8-10

“Owe no one anything except to love one another, for he who loves another has fulfilled the law. For the commandments, “You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not murder,” “You shall not steal,” “You shall not bear false witness,” “You shall not covet,” and if there is any other commandment, are all summed up in this saying, namely, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Love does no harm to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfillment of the law.”

God’s laws show us how to love Him and how to love others. They express His way of life, which is a way of love. So if love is our motivation, we will be obeying and fulfilling God’s law.

Here the apostle Paul quotes five of the 10 Commandments to represent the whole list, especially the ones that show us how to love our neighbors.

Read more about the summary laws Jesus Christ called the great commandments in our article “The Great Commandment.” From: https://lifehopeandtruth.com/bible/blog/love-is-the-fulfillment-of-the-law/?


1 Thessalonians 4:11-12

(11) that you also aspire to lead a quiet life, to mind your own business, and to work with your own hands, as we commanded you, (12) that you may walk properly toward those who are outside, and that you may lack nothing.     New King James Version

"Do we lead a quiet life, or are things always in turmoil? Do we live in peace, or is it in constant strife? If we are living in strife and turmoil, what are we doing to contribute to it?

Do we mind our own business, or are we busybodies and meddlers? Do we always want to know what the other person across the fence is doing? Do we always call up somebody for the latest news about what's going on over in this church or with that person and his problem?

Is our "helpfulness" really a guise for poking our nose in where we are not wanted? With some people it is. They serve in order to get the goods on others.

Do we work, or are we lazy? This does not mean just our physical labor for the food we put on our table. It could be spiritual work. It could be our service to one another. Do we work with our own hands, or are people always making allowances for us? Are we living off the goodness of another's heart? Some people think they are owed something. They are victims of circumstance, and so they want everybody to give to them, rather than working for it.

Do we show the same Christian character to our work buddies as we do to the people who sit beside us in church? Paul asks that here in terms of "walk[ing] properly toward those who are outside." Are our lives hypocritical? Do we put on our best character and slip into a chair at church just once each week? Do our acquaintances in the world see Christ in us, or do they see "Joe Six-Pack" who has downed a few too many six packs? Do they see someone who curses a blue streak six days a week, but one day a week, he is the soul of pleasant and wise speech? How do people in the world see us?

Lastly, Paul says, "I urge you that you may lack nothing." He does not mean, "Do we lack a pair of shoes, a new DVD player, or the latest PlayStation game?" What he means is, "Do we lack anything that makes us better Christians, or are we satisfied with ourselves where we stand?" Have we come into the church and accepted God's grace, and then say "Take me as I am, Lord, without one plea"? Or do we know that we lack some quality that would make us better Christians and strive to add it to our characters?" From: https://www.theberean.org/index.cfm/main/default/id/6629/ver/NKJV/1-thessalonians-4-11-12.htm


Are EGGS BAD For You? (Real Doctor Reveals The TRUTH)

“Are Eggs Good For You or Are Eggs Bad For You?

Do eggs cause heart disease, high cholesterol and clog your arteries? Everyone is questioning if eggs are good for you? Then later studies they say eggs are bad for you. Next week they say eggs are good for you. According to the newest article, from JAMA's cholesterol egg study, eggs are bad for you. Every week another food like eggs is switching from good to bad and back. The latest article from JAMA says eggs are bad because they give you high cholesterol and heart disease.

Eggs aren't the only food to have this type of confusion around if they are healthy or unhealthy, so Dr Ekberg explains in a way that you can understand and never be confused again no matter what the studies or experts say. Others are claiming it is an attack against low carb diets such as the ketogenic diet, but that doesn't matter. You will still know the truth after watching this video. Dr Ekberg explains what cholesterol is and does in the body and if eggs are truly bad for you. You will find out the truth about eggs and cholesterol and all about the cholesterol egg myth. Dr Ekberg clears up the confusion around eggs and if they cause heart disease from clogged arteries. Dr Ekberg will answer questions all about eating eggs and cholesterol.”          See YouTube: https://youtu.be/LEjZ5t9EFvI


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