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SCRIPT FOR TODAY: PDCP- 09/22/15- “Listen And Live, Accept And Win!” (Proverbs 19:20-21)

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SCRIPT FOR TODAY: 09/22/15- “Listen And Live, Accept And Win!” (Proverbs 19:20-21)

Premise Question: Have you ever heard or thought of something as absurd as; there is such a thing as receiving too much divine wisdom, counsel and instruction during one’s life?

“Get all the advice and instruction you can, so you will be wise the rest of your life. You can make many plans, but the LORD’s purpose will prevail.”
(‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭19:20-21‬ ‭NLT‬‬)

Pay close attention, giving it your highest priority, with resolute regard, to the wise counsel and admonitions of The LORD. Willingly accept and endure, agreeing and complying completely, with His purifying chastening of you, as He administers His correction to perfection, with divine instruction; so that, when the final curtain falls, at the cessation of time, you shall be included in the number of those who are known to be a part of the insightful, discerning and wise. There are a wealth, a veritable cornucopia, of dreams, desires, schemes, with deliberate and thoughtful plans, in the heart of every individual child, woman or man; but it is always going to be The LORD God Almighty’s intentional, divine ideal purpose and aim, that will triumph, conquer and ultimately win. (Proverbs 19:20-21 PDCP)

Bottom Line: The premise may be out there somewhere in the world, that one can be too wise or over qualified and trained, or even so heavenly minded that they are no earthly good! But it has little value, carries even less weight and lacks any real credibility or evidence, to actually be true. There really is no such thing as being someone being so heavenly minded, that they are no earthly good! Being completely or even over prepared is not ever going to be a hindrance or weakness. But, being ill prepared, on the other hand, is short sighted, ill advised and is definitely a liability that can be extremely detrimental. Was Jesus so heavenly minded that He was no earthly good? I think and definitely know that not to be the case! For the Scriptures say that we are to have the mind of Christ! Therefore, we should always continue to strive to grow in the wisdom and knowledge of The LORD. It is requisite for each of us to pursue The LORD’s perfect wisdom, by continually giving ourselves over to being instructed and trained in righteousness, with Papa God’s Word as our textbook and foundation and the Holy Spirit as our spiritual teacher, counselor, mentor and guide, in this life. For it is then and only then, that Papa God’s divine will, plan and purpose for our lives will ultimately prevail, with us as the wonderfully blessed beneficiaries and hugely big winners! Remember, we are never too old, too wise or too learned, to continue to be able to learn and grow! Listen and live, accept and win! Blessings…
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Script for today: PDCP- 11/06/14- “Healthy Correction Is Good For Everyone”

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Whoever heeds life-giving correction will be at home among the wise. Those who disregard discipline despise themselves, but the one who heeds correction gains understanding. (‭Proverbs‬ ‭15‬:‭31-32‬ NIV)

Anyone and everyone, no matter who they are or from whence they’ve come, if they will give careful and thoughtful attention, being deliberate, as well as, diligent in application and action, in their lives, to The Lord’s life giving, redeeming reproof, will always have a place at the table of the enlightened; those that are truly wise. Those though, who persist in their rebellious ways, by rejecting or ignoring completely The Lord’s perfect instruction, administered through His loving correcting discipline, hate themselves and are self-destructive, but those who choose to surrender fully to The Lord’s loving discipline, gains insight that sustains and retains their life, which causes them to forever remain in His glorious eternal presence, our tranquil and joyous eternal home. (Proverbs 15:31-32 PDCP)
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Scrip for today:PDCP-06/12/14-Grace that teaches us to live right

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For the grace of God has appeared that offers salvation to all people. It teaches us to say “No” to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age, (Titus 2:11, 12 NIV)

For the manifestation of God’s unmerited favor, His mercy and grace, has become visibly clear, for all to see and perceive, that His offering up of His only Son, Jesus Christ, upon the cross, is an offer of redemption to all of mankind. He has accomplished this, by removing the penalty of sin, which is utter destruction and eternal death. It gives instruction to each of us, on how to refrain from involving ourselves in insufferable, sinfully wicked acts and powerfully luring, seductively earthly, mundane pleasures, and the power to live a life that restrains and denies the self, thus giving us the ability to live a rectitude godly life, in this present age and the age to come, (Titus 2:11, 12 PDCP)

Scrip for today: PDCP-05/28/14-Discipline is a good thing

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No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it. (Hebrews 12:11 NIV)

Initially, at the very moment of receiving, then experiencing a severe and strong instructive reprimand of corrective chastening, it’s not going to be enjoyable, agreeable, nor in anyway pleasant, but excruciatingly difficult, exacting, seeming unreasonable, perhaps even grossly excessive and extortionate. After awhile though, with the passing of time, it becomes quite apparent, because of what is brought into existence, as a direct result of The Lord’s chastening, that it shall yield a veritable wonderful supply of upright, morally excellent, virtuous righteous living, free from strife, anxiety and dissension, characterized by harmony and tranquillity, for all those who choose to allow the instruction of The Lord to impact them to their core, developing in them the practice of righteous behavior. (Hebrews 12:11 PDCP)