Lawful everything beneficial everything not

Universal Utterings
for August 25, 2017

Lawful everything beneficial everything not

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1 Corinthians, Chapter 10 23 thru 26

23 “Everything is lawful,” but not everything is beneficial. “Everything is lawful,” but not everything builds up. 24 No one should seek his own advantage, but that of his neighbor. 25 Eat anything sold in the market, without raising questions on grounds of conscience, 26 for “the earth and its fullness are the Lord’s.”

How can we say that everything built up around us is beneficial and lawful? Because we are reminded today just as God has stuck it in our face over and over and over again that everything we see on earth was planted and given to us for our reward knowing not every action is beneficial but added to the world to give us love, faith and hope of his charity.

Let us not argue over what God planted in the world but let us rejoice in sharing the beauty of Salvation granting Redemption across all ages by the simple confession of Christ as the Lord. Amen.

Join us in our daily prayer of forgiveness. I am sorry Lord. I believe You died and Rose for me. Soul of my Father Earl Wiggins. IN Jesus Name. Amen.

I am a poet obedient to Christ,
Evangelist Thomas Cruz†Wiggins
†Spirit led God inspired Christ fed†
Ephesians 6:17-20

**1st Corinthians 10 23 thru 26

Lawful everything beneficial everything not**

Lawful everything beneficial everything not
Neighbor example advantage seek not
Question raising market goods not
Lord’s fullness of all the earth forgot not

© Thomas Joe Cruz†Wiggins
August 29, 2017 @ 5:47 AM EST

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