Lord I want to Live ..this life better


 Lord I want to live …this life better

I tell you the answer(right now).I believe God would Answer and say, Love Everyone The Way I Love You…Then I can hear Him saying ,if you don’t believe take a minute to ask the Holy Ghost/ Spirit dwelling         within..# the Holy Ghost will bring back all things to your remembrance. So that now, we all believe that answer , it my conclusion that, once God has given us the answer to our question,, the question really becomes,  How soon do we remember that answer ,,, better put,, how soon do we manifest that answer into our actions ,..# the Word was made flesh. (We in the deep end of the pool)

So this morning I would like to take a look at Gods Word, that helps us ,( Amen) to remember Gods Word …but more importantly helps us to manifest God’s Word into our actions. So that when it comes down to the …Choose you this day (/ this moment) who you going  to serve …etc (we can plainly see the importance of choosing wisley,,postive choce equels postive outcomes negegative choices equels negative outcomes ….the deal is we don’t know which is which until ……Later in time…day, a, minute , year,,,years decades??..and we look back and see we could have made some better choices…and we say Lord i want to live this life better ,,than i have been…


But the big deal is you we are calling on some help…Lord …I want to live this life better..

I want to do a lot of things…but with the Lord ..we can do all things….we can do all things like

 what? heres where the twisted get it twisted at…. ….understand the all thing is the one thing …seeing the God in Glory….


think about no better yet …ask the holy Spirit inside ..


come short of god

choices life decisions) 



The doo-na’-miss    power of God’s word blows whatever reasons the natural /mind comes up with …..that doesn’t  include the Love of God (what??)it seems to me as I went through life not incudling gods vs Now as I go through Life including Gods word…

Life is better ,,,a wise preacher told me “this thing”… Gets better and better and better…

I understood the what the word better meant… …in my mind, yes I suppose things should get better, and better, better material things in life, etc

Looking back (some people don’t like to look back,, but sometimes I do, like to look back, and see where the Lord has brought me from…”CSBody.etc…Every time look back when we look back at where the Lord has brought us from,,,it brings a smile to our face,,,( if you love the Lord ,,Let me see ya smile )”..I think they wrote a song about it (look where he brought me from  …Brought me out of darkness into..His marvelous light …( that’s poetry for the soul right there..2x)..My soul cry’s out thank you Jesus for saving me… when I look back… (What’s up…with that etc.. ..With that joy).That power that strength …we get when we look back on where the lord has brought from, as we say that it seems we all should be in agreement ,,that it’s the Holy Ghost ..It is the precious Holy Spirit, which brings these things back to our remembrance …#


So back to the preacher man..And this thing getting better and better and better,

 I can say I did not grasp what he was really saying …the reason why..I  really didn’t know God like I know God now ,,( a lot of us can look back right know ,,and say the same thing ..) We didn’t have the I Know that that Know that I know that I know  ,,I now to much about Him for you to make me doubt ,,,Him …I know that I know ..But now I do…. You have got to know Him for yourself …

The preacher man was talking from the experience…he gained in dealing with the issues of life …his experience from his ole nature  …his experience from renewed mind in Christ Jesus ….and He had the biggest Smile after he said it.

It took me awhile to get it…before the light came on..

The better and better and better he was talking about was….my Love for God….. (Anybody Love the Lord today better than you loved him yesterday ,,last month, last year ,,e etc.).(if you love Jesus ..Let me see you smile >.)I have to give shout you to that preacher man SBWB for the big smile that made we wonder why is he smiling so broad at. Loving God Should Make you Smile..its my conclusion  when our actions show Gods love( # again And the word was made flesh…roll with me )I think it’s a good thing to acknowledge ..Hold let me check with the Holy Ghost …amen. He said yes .#scripture???Acknowledge in all thy ways and He shall direct thy path) Ephesians 4 ,16 Love as I understand it

 &17the mind as I understand it& 18( the heart as I understand it.. to Love ..Romans 5 1-5 (now we got some power ).. to do …some pwoe r to direct ,,some power to choose ..( you can choose to do a lot things …..you can choose to shut the adversary ….. down…

(seems like a good place to pray

I would like to articulate in this way not so much as a sermon but an interpretation of Gods word teachings of Jesus Christ and remembrance   through the Holy Ghost through the that dwells within ..Innate within this fleshly body…and I would to address the Holy Spirit that’s within you …..If I am right about it (# there are many members but one Spirit)

This articulation should/will help

Solidify the attitude of your thought process, {about whose you are and whom you are}your conclusion ,,your equations ,,how you add stuff up ..Your period at the end of God’s word..God’s word is not a run on sentence..(Come on English teacher) ..



 Ephesians 4 ,16 Love as I understand it

#God Is Love..    john 4&  Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love.

By this we know that we abide in him and he in us, because he has given us of his Spirit.1

If we love one another, God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us. Hereby know we that we dwell in him, and he in us, because he hath given us of his Spirit.

 &17the mind as I understand it As I understand it the mind refers to the part of a human, that controls the intellect, reason, and thoughts.  


 18( the heart as I understand it. the heart refers to the part of a human that controls the desires, emotions, hopes, dreams, and other intangible parts of our being..


in this Journey.as we deal with the issues of life ..it seems as we combine intellect, reason, and thoughts with  emotions, hopes, dreams, it is the equation that we use …it is the story we tell our sevles that we manifest into our actions…

if those action s do not equal love …the process of how to change the the story you tell yourself ..to include the Dunamos word of God …to include the WWjd..

so that you actions will be as of the Image you and i were made in

 to Love 


First, when your brain changes, your mind changes. Everyday examples inc

lude the effects of caffeine, antidepressants, lack of sleep, and having a cold. More extreme examples: concussion, stroke, brain damage, and dementia.

Without a brain, you can’t have a mind. The brain is a necessary condition for the mind. And apart from the hypothetical influence of God – which we’ll be discussing further on – the brain is a sufficient condition for the mind. Or more exactly, a proximally sufficient condition for the mind, since the brain intertwines with the nervous system and other bodily systems, which in turn intertwine with nature, both here and now, and over evolutionary time; and as you’ll see in the next paragraph, the brain also depends on the mind.

Second, when your mind changes, your brain changes. Temporary changes include the activation of different neural circuits or regions when you have different kinds of thoughts, feelings, moods, attention, or even sense of self. For example, the anterior (frontal) cingulate cortex gets relatively busy (thus consuming more oxygen) when people meditate; the caudate nucleus in the reward centers of the brain lights up when college students see a photo of their sweetheart; and stressful experiences trigger flows of cortisol into the brain, sensitizing the amygdala (the brain’s alarm bell).

 &The mind serves the heart or should the heart serve the mind….

Mental activity also sculpts neural structure, so changes in your mind can lead to lasting changes in your brain. This is learning and memory (as well as lots of other alterations in  neural structure below the waterline of conscious awareness): in other words, neuroplasticity, most of which is humdrum, like remembering what you had for breakfast, or getting more skillful at chopsticks with practice.

Third, the mind and brain co-arise interdependently. The brain makes the mind while the mind makes the brain while the brain makes the mind . . . They are thus properly understood as one unified system

Moral life proceeds from the heart and manifests itself without, in the three forms of activity.

 The impulse God-ward proceeds from the heart,

 and is realized in the life through the will,

 which (consecrates)prioritizes itself actively to the accomplishment of His will; 

and through the mind, which pursues the track of His thought in all His works”  Luke, II, 38, 39

 18( the heart as I understand it. the heart refers to the part of a human that controls the desires, emotions, hopes, dreams, and other intangible parts of our being.. to Love 

The Heart as Center of Hidden Emotional-Intellectual-Moral Activity. “Man looks at the outward appearance, ” says Samuel, “but the lord looks at the heart” ( 1 Sam 16:7

Second, the heart’s reasoning, as well as its feeling, depends on its moral condition. Jesus said that “from within, out of men’s hearts, come evil thoughts” ( Mark 7:21 ). Because the human heart is deceitful above all things ( Jer 17:9 ) and folly is found up in the heart of a child ( Prov 22:15 ), the Spirit of God must give humans a new heart ( Jer 31:33 ;  Ezek 36:26 ) through faith that purifies it ( Acts 15:9 ; cf.  Eph 3:17 ).

The mind affects the heart when your heart changes, your mind changes..and you feelings change …

distinguish between the brain’s thoughts and a person’s actions, 

The Heart’s Emotional Functions. The Lord, who knows our hearts ( Luke 16:15 ), experiences its full range of emotions: for example, its joy ( Deut 28:47 ;  1 Sam 2:1 ;  Prov 15:15 ) and its sorrow ( 1 Sam 1:8 ); its raging ( 2 Kings 6:11 ) and its peace ( Col 3:15 ); its feeling troubled ( John 14:1 ) and its rejoicing ( 1 Sam 2:1 ;  Psalm 104:15 ); its love ( Rom 5:5 ;  1 Peter 1:22 ) and its selfish ambition ( James 3:14 ); its modes of doubts ( Mark 11:23 ) and of fear ( Gen 42:28 ) and its mode of trusting ( Prov 3:5 ); when it rises up in repulsive pride ( Deut 8:14 ) or, as in the case of Jesus, is lowly and humble ( Matt 11:29 ); and when one loses heart ( Heb 12:3 ) or takes heart ( John 16:33 ).

The emotional state of the heart affects the rest of a person: “A happy heart makes the face cheerful, but heartache crushes the spirit” ( Prov 15:13 ); “a cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones” ( 17:22 ).

The Heart’s Intellectual-Spiritual Functions. The heart thinks ( Matt 9:4 ;  Mark 2:8 ), remembers, reflects, and meditates ( Psalm 77:5-6 ;  Luke 2:19 ). Solomon’s comprehensive knowledge of flora and fauna is described as his breadth of heart ( 1 Kings 4:29 ).

More specifically, as the eyes were meant to see and the ears to hear, the heart is meant to understand, to discern, to give insight. Proverbs 2:10, “wisdom will enter your heart” by “wisdom will come into your understanding 

Understanding cannot be separated from morals. Paul says of the perverse, their foolish hearts were darkened ( Rom 1:21 ); they could not see the light of moral truth. The hearts of saints, however, are enlightened ( 2 Col 4:6 ;  Eph 1:18 ).

As the mouth reveals what is the heart, the ear determines what goes into it. The father tells his son to “store up my commands within you”; he then adds: by “turning your ear to wisdom, and you will incline your heart to understanding” ( Prov 2:2 ). When Moses says, “these commandments are to be upon your hearts” ( Deut 6:6 ), he commands his hearers to remain conscious of them. This idea is expressed by the metaphor of writing on the tablet of the heart ( Prov 3:3 ;  Jer 17:1 ). In short, the heart needs to be educated by filling it with God’s word ( Prov 22:17-18 ). In that way a person will grow in favor and good name ( 3:3-4 ) and be safeguarded against sin ( Psalm 119:11 ).

Finally, the heart plans, makes commitments, and decides. It is the inner forum where decisions are made after deliberation; here a person engages in self-talk. “In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps” ( Prov 16:9 ). Because of this critical function, the father instructs the son: “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life ( 4:23 ). The Lord detests “a heart that devises wicked schemes” ( 6:18 ).

The greatest commandment according to Jesus is “Love the Lord your God with all your heart” ( Matt 22:37 ). Love here is more than emotion; it is a conscious commitment to the Lord.


where wisdom( should be )( is) employed. 

Understanding is said to be the function of the mind (Job 38:36), yet the connection to the heart is undeniable.  The heart is where a person discerns the difference between right and wrong (I Kings 3:9).

The heart is the center of man’s character – who he really is (Matthew 15:18). 

The good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and the evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart.  For out of the overflow of his heart his mouth speaks” (Luke 6:45).2     

The “heart” could be regarded as the seat of knowledge and wisdom and as a synonym of “mind.”  This meaning often occurs when ‘heart” appears with the verb “to know,” “Thus you are to know in your heart...” (Deut. 8:5, NASB); and “Yet the Lord hath not given you a heart to perceive [know]…” (Deut. 29:4, KJV; RSV, “mind”).  Solomon prayed, “Give therefore thy servant an understanding heart to judge thy people, that I may discern between good and bad...” (1 Kings 3:9; cf. 4:29).  Memory is the activity of the “heart,” as in Job 22:22: “…lay up his [God’s] words in thine heart.” 

The “heart” may be the seat of conscience and moral character. 

Thus, 2 Corinthians 9:7: “Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give.”  Ananias contrived his deed of lying to the Holy Spirit in his heart (Acts 5:4). The conscious decision is made in the heart (Rom. 6:17). Connected to the will are human wishes and desires. Romans 1:24 describes how God gave them up “through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonor their own bodies.”  David was a man after God’s “own heart” because he would “fulfill all” of God’s will (Acts 13:22).

Not only is the heart associated with the activities of the mind and the will, but it is also closely connected to the feelings and affections of a person. Emotions such as joy originate in the heart (Ps. 4:7; Isa 65:14)


On the negative sidecorruption is said to issue from the heart: “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?” (Jer. 17:9). Jesus said that out of the heart comes evil thoughts, murder, adultery, fornication, theft, false witness,  slander (Matt. 15:19). In other words, defilement comes from within rather than from without.

Because the heart is at the root of the problem, this is the place where God does His work in the individual. For instance, the work of the law is “written in their hearts,” and conscience is the proof of this (Rom. 2:15). The heart is the field where seed (the Word of God) is sown (Matt. 13:19; Luke 8:15). In addition to being the place where the natural laws of God are written, the heart is the place of renewal. Before Saul became king, God gave him a new heart (1 Sam. 10:9). God promised Israel that He would give them a new spirit within, take away their “stony heart” and give them a “heart of flesh” (Ezek. 11:19). Paul said that a person must believe in the heart to be saved, “for with the heart man believeth unto righteousness” (Rom. 10:10). (See also Mark 11:23; Heb. 3:12.)

Finally, the heart is the dwelling place of God. Two persons of the Trinity are said to reside in the heart of the believer. God has given us the “ernest of the Spirit in our hearts” (2 Cor. 1:22). Ephesians 3:17 expresses the desire that “Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith.” The love of God “is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us” (Rom. 5:5).4


..Romans 5 1-5 Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ:

2By whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God.

3And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience;

4And patience, experience; and experience, hope:

5And hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.

 (now we got some power ).. we go through to get through ,,when we look back we can understand the trail and tribulations,,that we have been through…but here we are ,,,

LIWTLTLB…#God Is Love..    john 4&7 Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God. Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love.9

 In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him.

 10 In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us 

and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins. 11 

It sort of makes sense  to me if we love one another, God abides in us and his love is perfected in us.    As we go through ..

By this we know that we abide in him and he in us, because he has given us of his Spirit.1


5…hearts HG.

So it seems..This one of those things we should keep close in our frontal.. to insert in  our thought process…as we become more comfortable /knowledgeable in allowing God to be God in our lives ..# letting the Holy Ghost do’ what it do…

the truth ,,,end answer of all ….God Is Love. Posses ye the issues of life is the answer to the issues of life the application of God in our actions is the ansrwe to how to live thi life better ,,

your thoughts leads to your actions your aactiions leads to your to your habits ,,your habits leads to yor character ,,you r character leads to t your destiny ,,, when you have thotehs of LOVE you r actions will be of love ,,,your habits will be of love your chater tec  will be of Love and your destny will be Back to Love God himself …the Spirit man should be say >>>right sho nuff thts right “# Lovee Smith..



#what a man think-if t so is He ,what you thinking God Man this thing simple …man made it complicated sin is complicated …     

,actions leads to thought …the htove of Love leads to action s of 


endurance..To keep it moving…Endurance to stay focused..As I understand it , the heart refers to the part of a human that controls the desires, emotions, hopes, dreams, and other intangible parts of our being. What the heart want ,,has some weight in our decision making ….sometimes ..a lot of times the weight is such a high percentage, that it “bum” rushes the mind…As I understand it the mind refers to the part of a human, that controls the intellect, reason, and thoughts. The weight of the desires of the heart affects the mind and impacts the intellect the reason and thoughts…just before..We turn it into our actions…or manifested into our actions ( this sounds about right ..?right ..give me a smile if you agree)

we got evvery thing we need …its in the seed…the ree the coler the texture everthing coming out at its alotted time to come out …the only thing that effects the groth is the surrounding …#goood soil rockysoiul..and the other one…T

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