Oh, really? You probably don`t. Most have learned that God`s law has been “abolished”—or they simply have not realized that it is the only way of life that will bring true happiness and joy to mankind. Most have not realized that God`s law reveals the nature and character of God`s Self. And God commands us, “Be holy, for I am holy” (1 Peter 1:16). Remember that true Christians, those who are part of Jesus` “little flock,” are described as those “who keep the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus” (Revelation 14:12). If you want to be counted among the true saints of God who will escape the last seven plagues, you must have this living faith—this obedient faith—in Almighty God as Jesus Christ lives His life in you! They must understand and obey God`s spiritual law as revealed in the Ten Commandments! Please truly study this booklet, look for each scripture quoted, and live its spiritual and holy law. The third commandment also reminds us that it is important for God to keep human names. The Good Shepherd “calls his sheep by name” (John 10:3) and warns us that if you call another person “you are foolish,” then “you will be exposed to the hell of fire” (Matthew 5:22). With this in mind, we should not abuse the names of others or call them disrespectful epithets. We unfairly use people`s names when we use them to curse, humiliate, repress, exclude, and cheat.

We use people`s names well when we use them to encourage, thank, create solidarity and welcome. Just learning and saying someone`s name is a blessing, especially when he or she is often treated as nameless, invisible or insignificant. Do you know the name of the person who empties your trash, answers your customer service call, or drives your bus? The names of men are not the name of the Lord, but the names of those who were created in His image. Today, the greatest deception of all is not communism or atheism, but the false pagan theory of evolution preached by the false God of science. Evolution is an attempt to explain creation without the Creator. He denies the true God, His nature and Ministry and is the basis of most of the “education” of this world! But the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God (1 Corinthians 1:20). In the Bible, God is revealed not only as the Creator, but also as the One who sustains and governs His creation—intervening in the affairs of His servants to guide, bless, and set them free. David said, “The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in which I will trust; my shield and the horn of my salvation, my fortress” (Psalm 18:2). Literally hundreds of times, David called God to intervene and free Him from certain difficulties or disasters. Do you go to God with these things, or do you trust in your own power and in purely human devices? Blessed be the man who does not walk in the council of the wicked, who still stands in the way of sinners, who is still seated in the chair of the despicable; 2 But his joy is with the law of the Lord, and in his law he meditates day and night. 3 It will be like a tree planted by rivers of water, which produces its fruits in season, whose leaf will not wither; And whatever it does, it will prosper.

Psalm 1:1-3 NKJV if you give all your difficult problems to God to solve; If you just stop getting angry with them and worry about them and trust God with all your heart to do things for His glory and for your good, He will. After handing things over to God, do not interfere or ruin things. Stay out of them until God works for them. Don`t be impatient and incredulous. If God is your primary partner and He runs your business, trust Him because no one could do it better. Since you believe that God can handle all your problems better than you, let Him do it. It will remove all obstacles. He will work for your good. Believe in his word that “all things work together for the good of those who love the Lord, of those who are called according to his purpose” (Rom 8:28).

Since God cannot fail, you cannot fail if you hold all things for You and trust Him to keep you and make you successful in life. Why do many so-called “authors” write novels based on nothing but dirt, obscenity, and juvenile stupidity? Why do publishers imprint such corruption that lowers human emotions of love, kindness, and idealism to a lower level than the animal? You can quickly see hundreds of other important examples of desirability in our society if your eyes are really open. But get ready to see your own desirability too! Be ready to repent and ask God for love and strength to overcome Him. Our generations need these words of the Son of God: “Beware of greed and beware; for his life does not consist in the fullness of what one possesses” (Luke 12:15). Do you understand that? Your true success and happiness in life, Christ said, can`t really be measured by the novelty or power of a car you drive, the type of house you live in, the clothes you wear, or even the food you eat. Happiness is a state of mind. It comes from having the spirit and spirit of Christ in your own mind. Jesus said, “Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head” (Luke 9:58). The love, joy, and peace that Jesus exemplified came from giving and service, not from the material things Jesus could obtain. Jesus, the Son of man, was able to overcome human vanity and greed because he placed God`s service far above all else and everything. After telling us how the unconverted seek and care for material necessities and comfort, He commanded us to “seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all this will be added unto you” (Matthew 6:33).