Overcoming Doubts and Uncertainties with your Heart

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"Do we not all have one Father? Did not one God create us? Why do we profane the covenant of our ancestors by being unfaithful to one another?" Malachi 2:10

When we try to approach the way of the Holy Spirit we do so stripped of uncertainty and guilt. It is in this way that we will be able to focus our Faith and give all the goodness of our heart.

Without worrying about sins committed or secrets kept, God, kind and benevolent, will welcome us into his bosom and guide us along the path of goodness. His divine plan prepares us to enter the gates of Heaven and sit beside his Son to live eternally in harmony with the Holy Spirit.

It will not be an easy journey. Fortunately we had, we have and we will have people who will guide us on the path of Faith. Family, friends, girlfriends, those special people who appear in our lives to show us a different way of thinking. To live life as they did for so long before with the Father.

"Casting away therefore all malice, all deceit, hypocrisy, envy, and all detraction." Peter 2:2

Sticking to the decision to commune with the Christian brotherhood confers on us a great responsibility: to stay on that path, praying and reading the Bible. Giving of ourselves what we value and cherish most, our dedication to the Holy Spirit and to our Father.

For we are in many ways selfish beings and focused exclusively on ourselves. That focus must be transferred in its entirety to our Creator. We are committing sins and unknowingly walking in wrong ways, away from God and His Word. We do not have the capacity to identify such sins.

Without wanting it, from greed or envy, vices, projecting in others our desires and wishes, we are conditioning the reflection of the light that comes from Jesus, expelling His Grace and His Divinity.

"Surely anger kills the foolish, and envy consumes the covetous." Job 5:2

What fate remains for those who choose to be far from the Faith?

The certainty we have about their fate is contained in certain passages found described in the Holy Bible and in the Sacred Accounts. It is evident that their actions will never be rewarded or well regarded by our Heavenly Father.

There is no material good or earthly place that can surpass the satisfaction generated by being in Peace and in tune with the Faith. What we must always remember is that there is no greater satisfaction than having the guarantee of a life surrounded by loved ones, family and people who allowed us to approach our spirituality on a daily basis.

"But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people for God's possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light; for you once were not a people, but now you are God's people; you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy." 1 Peter 2:9-10

Building a Christian morality, worthy, healthy, without deeds or thoughts that go against the commandments that God invites us to respect, allows us to go through this life full of temptations and evil. Present in the most diverse forms, negative feelings will try to monopolize our being, seeking to make us abandon the Faith at all times.

We must be able to go through these moments of doubt and darkness with wisdom and esteem. To lean on prayer and on our Heavenly Father, will serve as pillars and guide to continue on His path. This inheritance that we accept and the path that we decide to take to heal should allow us to reflect all the love that God and his son have to give us.

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