God’s Blessings For All

Happy New Year to everyone. For a few days I have been wondering on what is the best wish for the New Year and still at this moment I am a bit perplexed. Earlier, on Twitter, I read where someone recommended that we pray for God’s blessing. Well, that is definitely a simple prayer and one that is always answered as God’s blessing is always there with us whether we pray for it or not.

For many the concept of God’s unconditional love; a love that has been there for us; is there for us; and will always be there for us seems incomprehensible. Despite what it seems, it is an absolute truth that this is the case.

In Transitions, A Spiritual Evolution, ITransitions opened the book with a quote from the Archangel Zophiel, “Know that God loves you, so simple, but so difficult to comprehend by so many. How could something so simple be so hard to see? But it is the nature of man, to make it difficult to understand.”

It is a new year, a new day, a new time for understanding.  I would like to share this truth with you, a truth that hopefully you may each understand.  The fact that we exist satisfies God’s plan for us.  The fact that we exist guarantees God’s blessing for us all because God’s love and blessings are unconditional.

Today’s posting is short and concise.  My wish for you this new year is for peace and joy to fill your days from now until the end of time.  God loves you, the Angels love you.  Love always,



2 thoughts on “God’s Blessings For All

  1. Steve Finnell


    Do you believe what Jesus said to be the truth or do you believe the interpretations of others?

    Mark 16:16 He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved; but he who has disbelieved shall be condemned.

    Jesus said “Has been baptized shall be saved.”

    Many interpreters have said that Jesus meant that they had been saved the minute they believed and that they should be baptized later, as a testimony of their faith.

    Should you trust your eyes when you see what Jesus said?
    Should you trust your ears and eyes when hear interpreters and preachers teach something Jesus did not say?

    When Jesus was alive He forgave sins of whom ever He wished to prove that He had authority to forgive sin.(Matthew 9:6)

    Matthew 9:2 And they brought to Him a paralytic lying on a bed.Seeing their faith, Jesus said to the paralytic, “Take courage, son;your sins are forgiven.”

    Were the paralytics’ sins forgiven the very minute his friends had faith? No, they had faith before they brought the paralytic before Jesus, yet he was still in his sins. The paralytic did not have sins forgiven until Jesus made the proclamation, “Your sins are forgiven.”

    Jesus has made a proclamation for us, “He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved.” Jesus never said, “He who has faith only will be saved.”


    Under the New Covenant sins are always forgiven because of faith and baptism.


    The conditions are: Believe-John 3:13 Repent-Acts 2:38,Acts 3:19 Confession-Romans 10:9 Water Baptism-Acts 2:38, Mark 16:16, Acts 22:16.

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    1. perspectivesauthor Post author

      In response to what I know, I have put it all down in Transitions, A Spiritual Evolution and then in Perspectives, Thirty Days to life. Both are available in EBooks for $3.99, however I can provide a review copy to you if you want to do a opened minded review of each. You may contact me through my web site http://www.transitions828.com if interested.

      I will share this, I believe the words spoken by Jesus but I do not believe that the words written in the Bible and the resultant interpretations of said words are completely accurate. Because you do, let me point out John 8,28-29. “So Jesus said, “When you have lifted up the Son of Man, then you will know that I am the one I claim to be and that I do nothing on m own but speak just what the Father has taught me. The one who sent me is with me; he has not left me alone, for I always do what pleases him.””
      In these versus he clearly states that he is of flesh and blood, the same as each of us “Son of Man”. He does not claim to be the “Son of God.” He also points out that there is one that has sent him but what is not understood is that each of us can make the same claim. He states that “he has not left me alone” and neither has the Father left any of us alone. Lastly he state that “I always do what pleases him,” what is not understood is that we all always do what pleases the Father as the Father is pleased with us no matter what we do because of unconditional love.

      There are no conditions on Salvation, the Father will never reject us, we have freedom of choice and no matter what, even should we turn away from God, we have eternity to find our way back to the Father.

      As to the truth of what I say, I am only repeating to you what you already know.
      God loves you



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