Who Is The Man Of God?


In the beginning, God created Eve for Adam and Adam for himself. There is a structure that exists between the man and the woman that guarantees happiness and love. The man is to be the head of the woman as Christ is the head of the church. I once thought it seemed unfair until I dug a little deeper into the word…

The man of God abides by a certain standard. Not saying they would be a perfect man, but they do have the ability to be perfect. If they shall slip from perfection, they know which way to turn in-order to regain their stance.

The man of God is patient. His priority is to find an understanding of different points of view. He is slow to react, which ensures that conflict is not in his view. He will want to know the situation to find the best possible outcome. The man of God is peaceful, and comforting to be around. He is compassionate. He wants the best for those he touches, he chooses to heal suffering with love.

“Wherefore, my beloved brethern, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath:”

James 1:19

The man of God is forgiving. His main priority is to get along with everyone. He isn’t one to argue, but leave each man their own perspective. He isn’t one to hold a grudge, he will simply give all wrongdoings to God inevitably dismissing them personally. He is understanding, he will lead by example.

“Forbearing one another, and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any:even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye.”

Colossians 3:13

The man of God has an enormous amount of inner strength. He has no reason to fear because he knows that anything that comes his way is for the greater good. He will lift others up, for he knows the bad is only temporary. He is highly intelligent, he knows what is needed in order to overcome any obstacle. He has enough faith to get through any storm because through God he can see the rainbow.

A wise man is strong; yea, a man of knowledge increaseth strength.”

Proverbs 24:5

The man of God is honest. He will tell you the truth always. He knows how to handle the truth in a loving manner. He strives to do what’s right in order to ensure that he can be trustworthy. He is trusting, he understands that everyone has bad in them but he chooses to focus on the good.

A righteous man hateth lying: but a wicked man is loathsome, and cometh to shame.”

Proverbs 13:5

The man of God is generous, he knows that everything he gives he will receive. He gives his heart to lift up the fallen. He gives resources if he has the opportunity to do so. He gives hope. He gives life. He gives strength. He is the man that people have no choice but to look up to.

“Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.”

1 Timothy 4:12

There is a reason that God made the woman for the man. The man has the strength to see the family through. He has the strength to allow the woman to be weak. He is focused on his duty. He will strive to make sure his family is safe, loved, and protected. The man of God is secure, he has a strong stance. He is trustworthy and intelligent. He has no reason to doubt or fear. He is confident because he knows that he is safe.

What If The Hardships We Endure Are For Our Greater Good?


What if all the bad was meant to serve a purpose? What if we get things taken away from us for a reason? What if the hardships we endure are for our greater good? What if…

“Sorrow is better than laughter: for by the sadness of the countenance the heart is made better.”

Ecclesiastes 7:3 KJV

What if every step we have ever taken was already planned out? What if we were traveling on course. What does that mean for us? What does that say about the choices we make? What if it’s not exactly what we should do next, but to accept what comes next?

You may be overwhelmed by all these questions. But I say, what if? What if my failures were meant to happen? What if I was meant to be mistreated? What if I was meant to struggle financially? What if I was meant to lose that job? What if all the bad was meant to serve a purpose?

“For what glory is it, If, When ye be buffeted for your faults, Ye shall take it patiently? But if, When ye do well, and suffer for it, Ye take it patiently, This is acceptable with God.”

1 Peter 2:20 KJV

We were not brought here for an easy ride. There is bound to be heartaches and losses. There is going to be pain and suffering. Things aren’t going to seem fair. When we understand that there is a purpose for our pain, we can accept that it was all out of our control. When we accept the fact that God is our shelter, we release ourselves from the anguish of it all.

“There hath no temptation taken you But such as is common to man: But God is faithful, Who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; But will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it.”

1 Corinthians 10:13

God promises to never abandon us. All we have to do is pay attention to our surroundings. God will bring about signs. You may find a facebook post that triggers a thought. You may find a show that relays a message. Maybe you turn on the radio and there is a song that resonates. God will bring us people we need the most when we need them the most. People to guide and comfort us. People that tell us what we need to hear when we need to hear it. When we begin to pay attention we find our trust in our travels.

Faith is understanding that God is there through the good and the bad. There is no need to fear. There is no need to stress because we know that all things were meant to be for something better. We can release our pain, and embrace love where everything just seems to fall into place.

Why Might We Gain Discontentment…


What if our only concern each day was what we needed to accomplish in our own lives? We might receive what it is that we are looking for, or we may experience dissatisfaction. Why is that? 

Concerning “The 6th Spiritual Law Of Perpetual Transmutation Of Energy”, uplifting others will trigger positivity inside of us. In order to gain balance in our lives, we must be willing to give without expectations in order to receive. To explain it only makes sense to start with Genesis.

“And unto Adam he said, Because thou hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife, and hast eaten of the tree, of which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it: cursed is the ground for thy sake; in sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the days of thy life;”

Genesis 3:17 God’s warning to Adam, after Adam and Eve ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil.

Adam and Eve ate from the tree of knowledge, ultimately giving us many qualities to our existence. We will gain the curse of discontentment, unless we are living like Christ. Christ came to pass giving us access to the qualities of ourselves we should have had before Eve ate from the tree of knowledge. With Christ, it is instinctual to reach out and lift others up; to do what we can to help others out. 

“Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.”

2 Corinthians‬ ‭5:17‬ Because of Christ we loose the curse, the discontentment.

Each day, we wake up to a fresh new beginning. Our thoughts when we wake up, determine our accomplishments for the day. Wake up determined to make somebody’s day better. Give a smile, your time, your story, your guidance, or your concern. See the gifts you gain from making a difference in other people’s lives.