Jesus Has Parts!
Matthew 15:30-31 it says: “And great multitudes came to You (Jesus),
having with them those that were lame, blind, dumb, maimed, and many
others, and they cast them down at Your feet; and You healed them
all: Insomuch that the multitudes wondered when they saw the dumb
to speak, the maimed to be whole, the lame to walk, and the blind to
see: and they glorified the God of Israel.”
Now we know that the lame were crippled, that the blind could
not see, that the dumb could not speak, but do you understand what the
People with missing, mangled and irreversibly damaged arms, hands,
feet, legs and who knows what else! And, Jesus HEALED them and their
limbs were completely restored!
Do you realize what this means? Praise Jesus! It means that Jesus has
PARTS! Fingers, toes, hands, feet, legs and arms! Jesus has PARTS! And
it can’t stop there!
He has to also have hearts, lungs, kidneys, pancreases and livers too!
He must have entire respiratory systems, endocrine systems and
circulatory systems too. Parts! Jesus has PARTS! Parts to make you
So now, even as wonderful as healing is, there is no need for us to just settle for healing.
Now we can ask for a restoration – with brand new – factory installed – PARTS! TGM
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justification just means coming up with a good enough excuse or reason
for violating or breaching a contractual relationship. But, biblical
justification has nothing to do with that.
Biblical justification is the process of restoring one’s reputation or
good standing by making good on past violated or breached contractual
relationships. Or, in King James English, justification is the process
of being restored or redeemed back to righteousness with whomever you
were in breach.
In today’s world, multiple generations have now grown up never having
been taught how to operate in good faith or without ever being taught
the real value of one’s word and one’s good name. The result of this is
that now we have children and adults alike who think nothing of
breaking their word, their promises, their appointments and their
A broad spectrum of the population that have come to believe that all
they have to do to get past any penalty of breach of contractual
relationship, is to come up with a good enough excuse or hire a good
enough lawyer to do it for them. And the more people get away with
doing this, the less the general population is able to trust one
another overall, causing good faith to further breakdown.
According to Matthew 18:18-19, it is even more important for Christians to learn how to operate in good faith.
Because, whatever we contractually bind or loose here on Earth is also
recognized as a legally binding contract by Father God in Heaven. In
fact, whenever two or more individuals who claim to represent Jesus,
(Christians), enter into a contractual relationship, Father God
actually becomes part of that relationship to ensure that neither
individual besmirches Jesus’ good name by failing to fulfill their part
in that relationship.
This is what Matthew 12:36 is talking about when it says that we will
be held accountable for every “idle” or non-fruitful word. In other
words, it is accounted as a debit to your record, attributed to you as
unrighteousness or as a bad reputation.
It is my estimation, based upon the current trend, that contractual
law, democratic government as we know it and in a large part the
American way of life itself, cannot possibly continue intact for more
than another fifteen years, unless something is done now to restore
good faith and restore the importance of one’s reputation or
righteousness in the hearts and minds of this generation.
Under the current social and political environment, the schools are not going to do it.
Because of the implied spiritual and moral implications, the
government is not going to do it. Many of the younger parents are just
as ignorant as their children when it comes to knowing how to operate
in good faith and no longer seem to desire or value the mentorship of
previous generations to teach them. Therefore, we cannot count on many
parents to do it.
So, assuming that it’s not too late already, who has to do it? It’s the church that has to do it! And it must be done soon.
Biblical justification is not the art of making more excuses. It is the
responsibility to fix, to restore, to redeem and to repair that which
has been violated, breached or broken in order to restore our
reputation so that it comes into alignment with the God Family
Read more about justification and how to operate in good faith by getting Tim’s book: Good Faith and Biblical Contracts!
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