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The more one knows about the inspiring word

The more one knows about the inspiring word, the more the inspiring word will open up to one; the less one knows, the less the inspiring word will open up to one. So, get interested in the inspiring word so that the inspiring word which is the breath of God can respond to one or in one and with compounded interest because when God responds to one God not only responds with gladness and with joy and God also responds with the grandiose feeling of abundance but God also responds to one with a very grandiose promise having to do with power and riches.

The fault is seen

The fault is seen, but only and when there is something to see the fault with. Without having, there is no fault. But those that are complete or truly prosperous see the fault or the lack of another as the opportunity for that other to become better or prosperous. Also, those that are truly complete or prosperous will make those at fault or at lack feel with gladness and with joy the abundance or the prosperity which they truly are capable of. And if they liked what they felt in themselves then they will act to become.

Make a good for all times

Make a good for all times. Study the word, for the word will fill you with the gladness and with the joy of God and also the word will fill you with the abundance of God all the times. And that gladness and that joy of God and that feeling of abundance will really complete or really fill, for the things of God are but gladly and joyfully completed or perfected through one, but through one as much more than one.

One casted one’s eyes into infinity

One casted one’s eyes into infinity. One eye rolled to the left and the other eye rolled to the right. When they rested, infinity had shrunk. But one also had shrunk because as infinity divides infinity becomes smaller instead of multiplying with that division. But if one adds to infinity as one did when one was born alive into the world, infinity will also add to one gladness and joy and also add to one the very grandiose feeling of abundance or of plenitude in the very grandiose anticipation of greater or higher or taller things to come or become because of one adding to what was already perfect but yet unseen by one.

The word is clear to the first born

The word is clear to the first born, but the first born requires a stutterer so that the first born can understand the clear word of his loving father. But the word is for every one individually because he who reads or studies or even interprets the word really is doing it for himself even though he reads or spreads the word to another. Therefore, to truly get close to God one must do the search for oneself because God is personal and intimate as the creation of God is personal and intimate with God. And just as God truly became greater or higher or taller in the very heavens and the heavens became for more due to his creation of creation, one therefore will become greater or higher or taller through one’s search of God because through one’s search of God one already has confirmed God and God will reward one with gladness and joy and with more for that very search or confirmation of God…

Giving thanks completes

Things are truly enjoyed more when one gives thanks. And if the thing asked for comes but is not as asked, thus giving thanks completes it. Now, to give thanks is to ask truly for the presence of God so that not only one can truly enjoy what one has received with gladness and joy but also so that God also can truly enjoy with gladness and joy what one received or the thing one requested from God. But the truth is that God will present himself with gladness and with joy and even with his loving grace and truly enjoy himself when the thing one requests from God is asked from God but according to the will of God and not according to one’s will.

A Very Simple Illustration

The word begins with a very simple illustration of how one enters into where already one is or was in complete or in perfect harmony, the five portions of life before birth and of new life after rebirth, which are gladness and joy, abundance of substance or of plenitude, and peace and knowledge or acknowledgement of life in life to continue in life here on the very earth as if in the very heavens…