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The Good Samaritan – Luke 10:25-37
A lawyer approached Jesus and asked what he needed to do to be saved. He was looking for Jesus to approve that he knew the law and had obeyed it sufficiently to earn his way to Heaven. Jesus replied that if the man kept the whole law (which Jesus knew he could not) then he could earn his salvation. The lawyer, apparently aware that he had not loved other people as he supposedly loved God asked Jesus to qualify exactly which people he was supposed to love to be saved.

Jesus answered with the story of the Good Samaritan.

As a man traveled from Jerusalem to Jericho he was robbed, beaten and left half dead. A priest walked by and saw the man, but passed by on the other side of the road so as not to be bothered by the man. Later a Levite did the same thing.

Finally a Samaritan, who were not loved by the Jews, saw the Jewish man lying beside the road. The Samaritan bound up the wounds of the man and carried him to an inn. At the inn he continued to care for the wounded man until he had to leave. He gave money to the innkeeper to continue to care for the wounded man.

Jesus then asked the lawyer which of the three men was a neighbor. The lawyer answered that it was the Samaritan who had shown mercy to the wounded man. Jesus said that the lawyer needed to show that type of mercy and compassion on all men.

The teaching is that to be the right type of neighbor with all those around us, we should show mercy and compassion on all men.
My comments: Love your enemy as you would your neighbor or family. Show as great amount of mercy as Jesus our Christ had for those who had asked and God will be as pleased with you, showing you mercy for when the day comes that your physical body will die.

One way or another you will not live forever, you cannot tell when the last days will be for you, or when the last days of this world will be for all of us. Praise the living God by bringing honor to the name of Yeshua, of our Christ, Jesus, and your reward will be great in heaven.
The Pharisee and The Publican – Luke 18:9-14
Two men went into the temple to pray. One was a proud Pharisee who trusted his own works to declare his righteousness. The other was a publican, or a tax collector, who knew he had done wrong towards God and others.

The Pharisee prayed and thanked God that he was not like other people who needed to come to God and ask for forgiveness. He felt he was sufficiently self-righteous and had easily earned his way into Heaven.

The publican was a Jewish man who worked with the Romans to extort taxes from other Jews. This story does not condemn his occupation, but it does say that he recognized his sin before the Lord.

Jesus said that the Pharisee walked away still in his sins. He did not have God’s forgiveness in his life because he refused to humble himself before God and ask for forgiveness. The publican, however, was declared righteous by Jesus because he recognized that he could not save himself and needed the forgiveness of God in his life.
My comments: No sin is too great so long as you own up to them. And for those with little sin - you might become complacent so be careful.

One way or another you will not live forever, you cannot tell when the last days will be for you, or when the last days of this world will be for all of us. Praise the living God by bringing honor to the name of Yeshua, of our Christ, Jesus, and your reward will be great in heaven.
Houses on Rocks and Sand – Matthew 7:24-27
This parable was spoken by the Lord at the end of the Sermon on the Mount. Jesus said that we should not only hear His teachings, but also act upon what we learn. Then Jesus equated the value of His teachings to the foundations of two different houses.

The one who hears and obeys Jesus’ words is like a wise man who builds a house on a firm foundation. The winds and rain of life come and beat on the house, but his foundation and house are strong.

However, the foolish man is one who does not learn from the teachings of Jesus. The foundation of his life and “house” is not firm. When the storms of life come beating down upon him he will crumble. He experiences a complete destruction of his house.
My comments:
One way or another you will not live forever, you cannot tell when the last days will be for you, or when the last days of this world will be for all of us. Praise the living God by bringing honor to the name of Yeshua, of our Christ, Jesus, and your reward will be great in heaven.
The Prodigal Son – Luke 15:11-32
This is the third in a series of three parables about lost items. The first was a lost sheep, the next was a lost coin and this one about a lost son. All three teach about forgiveness and restoration.

The younger of two sons decided that he was ready to move away from home and strike out on his own. He asked his father for his inheritance. The young man went to a far country and quickly made friends—probably because of his money. However, the Bible says that when the money was gone so were his friends.

Without money and food the boy found a job working for a farmer. His job was to feed the sheep. He became so hungry that he had to eat with the sheep to survive.

In this awful condition the young man realized that even the servants in the house of his father lived better than he was living. He determined to return to his father as a servant, not a son.

When the young man returned he was surprised to find his father eagerly waiting for him. The young man arrived to open arms. Though he came home to be a servant, his father gave him a ring, a robe and a welcoming party.

There are many applications of this parable. A basic one is that as children of God.

He will welcome us back, with rejoicing, when we for a time stray away from him and then return.
My comments:
One way or another you will not live forever, you cannot tell when the last days will be for you, or when the last days of this world will be for all of us. Praise the living God by bringing honor to the name of Yeshua, of our Christ, Jesus, and your reward will be great in heaven.
The Wheat Field and the Weeds Matthew 13:24-30
Parable of Weeds and Wheat–A farmer sowed good seed on the field. But while everybody was sleeping, his enemy came and sowed weeds among wheat.

When the farmer’s servant asked him if he wanted them to pull the weeds out, he told them to let the weeds grow along with the wheat until the time of harvest. At that time he would separate the weeds from wheat. He will put the weeds into the fire and gather the wheat into his barn.

So, are you a weed or are you wheat? Don't let this world tell you that you are a weed. The wheat represents the people of God, the weeds are that of satan.
My comments:
One way or another you will not live forever, you cannot tell when the last days will be for you, or when the last days of this world will be for all of us. Praise the living God by bringing honor to the name of Yeshua, of our Christ, Jesus, and your reward will be great in heaven.
The Parable of the Sower Matthew 13:1-23
The Parable of the Sower was told to the crowd that had gathered around Jesus. Jesus tells a story of a sower who scattered seeds on four different types of soil. The first type of ground was hard and the seed could not sprout or grow at all and became snatched up instantly. The second type of ground was stony. The seed was able to plant and begin to grow, however it could not grow deep roots and withered in the sun. The third type of ground was thorny and although the seed could plant and grow, it could not compete with the amount of thorns that overtook it. The fourth ground was good soil that allowed the seed to plant deep, grow strong, and produce fruit.

Jesus used this parable to explain to his followers and the disciples how there are different responses to the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ. The sower in the parable is Jesus and the seed is the word of God (both Jesus's spoken word and today the Bible). The hard ground represents someone with a hardened heart full of sin that hears the word of God but does not accept it. Satan is able to keep this person from growing at all. The stony ground is someone who shows interest and awareness in the Gospel, yet his heart isn't fully convicted so that when trouble comes his faith is not strong enough to stand. The thorny ground is a person who receives the Gospel but who has many other idols and distractions in life - worries, riches, and lusts, which take over his mind and heart and he cannot grow in the truth of God's Word. The good soil is someone who has heard and received the Word of God and allows it to take root and grow within his life. This person represents true salvation that bears good fruit.

Jesus spoke the Parable of the Sower to teach how important the state of our heart is to receiving the Gospel and how our salvation is proved by our choices and actions after hearing the Gospel.
My comments:
One way or another you will not live forever, you cannot tell when the last days will be for you, or when the last days of this world will be for all of us. Praise the living God by bringing honor to the name of Yeshua, of our Christ, Jesus, and your reward will be great in heaven.
About Me:
First and foremost, I present content I do not create it, I do not live stream my own work.

Secondly, save your donations for people in need. I appreciate it, I understand it as a representation of your appreciation of what I'm trying to do here remember not to donate to people who are like me, donate to people who are in need of saving, that you would make their heads turn, and their minds change.

Nonetheless I appreciate you anyways.

Remember that donating any currency to my influence or any influence like this doesn't help you into the kingdom of God or out of the hands of the evil one that is satan.

Instead you must give to those who are considered unworthy by unmerciful types of people - strangers, rivals, enemies and your neighbor, homeless, the sick.

This what truly makes God appreciate you, God wants to appreciate you, it pains him that we are even in the flesh to begin with being that we are so vulnerable to the works of satan in the flesh.

Do what you know you must do for the desperate or the faithless. Those who are ignored: Never forget the story of the Rich man and Lazerus.

We must be selfless and bring glory to our Christ, Jesus, Yeshua. Be God fearing, not in order to cower before him but because he makes all things right.

Place your fear in evil and it will multiply and suffocate you, control you, make you feel small.

Place your fear in God and he will turn it into strength, placed anywhere else is a bad idea because you cannot trust anything or anyone else other than our Unseen father.

Our father is unseen because our lives here is a test of free will, to see what we are made of, what we do behind closed doors, what we think, or when we think no one is looking.
Remember that.

By acknowledging and following our savior's example we bring glory to God, we show him our appreciation and gratefulness, we then grow further in understanding once God blesses you and reveals to you for doing so.

By honoring the son you honor the father who had sent him. Remember that.

All of our intentions must go towards the goal of making our father that is living God proud of us. If only you try that is perfect to him, because when you try he will be in your life.

So repent in the name of Jesus, Yeshua, our Christ every chance you can, and don't just think of donations as money, the time you spend and how you spend it is also very important in this temporary world we're in.

The truth is that time isn't money and money isn't time.

Time is what God gave you, it is the duration of your life in the flesh, on average 3 score and ten or seventy, it is written some live more or less due to strength or weakness they themselves have exhibited in their lives.

Money, unlike time, is currency that depends on the stability of the economy and how full or empty the shelves may be at your local stores.
Remember that and spend both wisely.

If I have featured a video or channel you like, request a link if I am here and go to it. Let your studies, faith and influence increase, multiply and spread to others.

Just as John the Baptist had felt: those who come after a layman such as myself(or you) will be much greater than I(or you) could ever be.

We must keep growing like this, never take our eyes off of Jesus our Christ, walk the straight and narrow path without waver.

God bless you all in the name of our Lord and Christ: Jesus.

The Lord's Prayer:

Our father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread, forgive us our sins as we forgive those who have sinned against us and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one.

In the name our Christ, Jesus, Amen.

My thought process throughout my awakening in Dec 2019 and this channel:

Think of your body as like a vehicle, a car.

Your whole life you have been at the wheel, your free will dictating where you go, where you had been, where you are right now too.

Where have your travels lead you? What or who have you become? Who did you cut off, who did you give way to? Who did you hurt? Who did you help? Are you driving in circles? Are you traveling aimlessly?

Your life has been a test of free will up until this point.

But if you would just let go, let God take the wheel of this vehicle of yours, let Jesus our Christ be at his right hand in the passenger seat, then your direction in life becomes of the living God, instead of your ego or false sense of identity - this ego is a mask that you might still be wearing, it is usually defensively worn and instilled by the mainstream world around you.

It fools you into thinking you are control when it is fragile, fools you into believing you are an individual yet it is easy to judge anything unlike yourself. Lose it.

The mainstream world is of the devil, who had been given free reign over this world for a certain amount of time to test us all, and our free will which God had given us.

Sit in the back and behave and trust in God while he's driving(leading, guiding and directing you), ask Jesus our Christ questions or requests while his hands are free(before this probationary period is over).

You will realize faith is not hope based but a lack of fear of anything detrimental this world has to offer you.

Faith is true power, it is stability, it is sanity; Holy. Faith is a measure of trust in God and begins when you finally place your fear in God, rather than the devil's works or this world that is around us.

Hope without faith brings forth doubt.
You would not first hope unless you put yourself at disadvantage. Lack of faith is fear, confusion, anger, weakness, vulnerability and frustration; unholy, chaos, of the evil one.

One way or another, everything that begins here on this earth will end. This place is death, God can and will save you from an eternity of it or places worse than it (not rapture of course) thanks to our Christ Jesus who had paid our debt of sin. Accept Jesus's payment on your behalf or not.

Your life will end someday and so will this world. Once it is either of the two the vote will be cast, your decision will be made.

How it ends is completely up to you and your free will to choose.

When it will end is not wise to measure or calculate. Do not fear leaving earthly desires, routines or addictions behind by starting today to grow your faith in God.

You are worth more than all of these things the world wants you to fall in love with that is not of God.

You are worthy of being in heaven no matter how this world makes you feel, or the people within it that worship it.
Remember that.

That is who I am now, since Dec 2019.
Stick around if you relate.

God bless you all in the name of our Christ, Jesus, Yeshua, God's own son, who bravely walked this earth and without sin. Who had suffered immensely and had spilled his own blood to the point of his death to pay for our debt of sin.

Without him we would have been doomed, our debt impossible to pay.

This is what it all means. Praise Jesus our Christ and you will honor the father, our father is the living God and through him we will get our reward in heaven.
Without this our reward in hell.

Showing God that you honor Jesus shows God that you are grateful, dismissing or denying this shows that you are ungrateful.

This life is a test of your free will, so what do you choose? I pray you won't be foolish, prideful and therefore without humility, honesty and effort.


This channel:
You've come here at your own free will, you're free to leave as well. You're free to let God into your life, your vehicle, you're free to ignore and even ridicule him... I pray God has mercy on those who ridicule him or his son for uneducated reasons.

The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan

An excellent piece of work that is great for those who are new and have always sought the answer to life, look no further than the living God and read this allegory.


A short list of visual depictions of the word of God I have made, warning there is some violence.

What got me started in seriously looking into scripture was the sudden urge to find and watch "Jesus of Nazareth" so perhaps for others like myself, a visual aid is necessary.