Amazon｜Decode Bible Reading and Stop Worrying｜Margaret W. Lavigne
Book Title: Decode Bible Reading and Stop Worrying
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Margaret W. Lavigne
Most people tend to stigmatize life troubles because they know nothing about “God’s discipline” in the Bible(Hebrews 12:11). When it comes to the definition of a good person, people think of boundless forgiveness, obligatory tolerance and charity, but people have no idea about the 7 heavenly virtues and 7 deadly sins.
According to the Bible, God’s discipline and God’s love are intertwined. It fully explains the strong connection between God’s discipline, God’s love and post-traumatic growth. According to the Bible, everyone will have hard lessons in life, including the chose ones. Thus, “judge not.”
When your life track differs from your original plan, don’t be scared. God has a better plan for you.The Bible makes it clear that God only disciplines those he loves. As to God’s discipline, it’s comforting to know that “God promises to make something good out of the storm” for the righteous (Roman 8: 28). God expects us to remain tender and compassionate in any circumstance. God does have preference for “a cheerful giver” (2 Corinthians 9:6-11).
According to the Bible, a blessed life is not an easy life without any life troubles and worries.God expect us to “rejoice in our sufferings,” because “trials of various kinds” are training to make us “perfect and complete” and “produce steadfastness” in faith.
Little Faith/ Wavering Faith: Anxiety
Most people experience moments of wavering faith. People have doubts in their hearts. If people truly believe in God’s plan, there won’t be anxiety and fears.
Countless people feel they are badly rewarded by God. Evidently, God does not tend to make anyone’s life perfect. Going through the hard times gives us the chance to witness unconditional love. Sufferings teach us to be truly humble and compassionate.
The Seven Deadly Sins: To Repent and to Love
God knows the motives of our prayers. God reads our minds and every spoken word will be judged by God. Be aware of the seven deadly sins. The fact is that most people underestimate the sins of pride, prejudice, anger, habitual laziness, apathy and jealousy. God abhors wickedness and God’s punishment witnesses God’s justice.
“love covers over a multitude of sins.” (1 Peter 4:8). It’s never too late to correct ourselves or repent our faults.
Margaret W. Lavigne