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Written by: Leon Teamer
Righteousness is God’s harmonious order in which He aligns His aim, purpose, and goal for all creation; that all things in Heaven and on Earth may work together as one, being interlinked together so that one affects the other.
God created man in His image and after His likeness and then placed him into a garden called Eden, in order to cultivate and mold man into God’s virtues. In spite of the fact that Adam and Eve broke their covenant relationship with God, God has never swayed from this eternal purpose for man. God is skillfully using the judgments He placed on Adam and Eve to achieve this development of His character in mankind.
God created the world to be a school for mankind. The earthly circumstances are the classrooms and the human body is the report card. God’s textbook is His holy word and in it are all the curriculums that are needed for the development of the Spirit, Soul and Body of mankind.
The human body is interconnected to the spirit and the soul; it is designed to be one of the truest witnesses to convey to mankind how they are performing in the classroom of life. The aches and pains that reside in the human body are God’s messengers. They convey to mankind that they are not walking in God’s righteousness (either in the natural or the spirit) to maintain wholeness of life. When God’s joy, peace, and love reside in mankind’s spirit, soul, and body it is the Heavenly Teacher’s way of praising mankind for a job well done.
How many decisions have we made, that we are now eating sorrow from and going through hell over? Every decision that we make on our own is coming from the ground that God cursed. In the beginning, before they sinned, Adam and Eve made no decisions on their own, they took no thought for their lives, and God directed all the paths that they took; it all came from God and God alone. Jesus said that the Heavenly Father is the only one that is good and a good tree cannot produce evil fruit. If God is the only one that is good, then no goodness can possibly come into anyone's life unless it comes from Him. All of us are learning from the things that we suffer, but God doesn't want it that way; He wants us to come to Him and ask Him, what to do, how to do it, where to go, and so on. If we would do this, we would not have to continually end up in circumstances that aren't good and then need to come to Him and ask Him to save us out of the mess we created for ourselves. God is waiting for us; He is waiting for us to come to the end of ourselves (the death of our self-will). He is waiting for us to get sick and tired of being sick and tired of the way that we have planned, plotted, and directed our lives without Him. He is waiting for us to turn from the cursed ground of human reasoning and imagination and turn to the good ground of His inheritance for us. God deals with us according to what is written in the will. God cannot help us as long as we choose our own paths, because He is a Just Judge and must deal with us according to what is written in the book. This is what it means to walk in God’s righteousness. We cannot serve two masters; we cannot serve our wishes, hopes and dreams that comes from our heart because God said, “Cursed be the man that trust in man, and make flesh his arm, and whose heart departs from the Lord”; “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked; who knows it?”. But when we seek God’s face for the things which He has chosen for us to bring about His perfect will, then there remains no curse for us. For God said, “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stand in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper”. Satan has perverted the meaning of the cross, to make us think that we are suffering for Christ’s and the gospel’s sake, but in reality we are being punished for our wrong doings. No matter what punishment God sends to alert us that we have erred from the faith it has no impact upon us, because of this false premise that we are suffering for righteousness’ sake. There can be no suffering for righteousness’ sake until there is a separation from the crooked path of our choices into the enlighten path of God’s harmonious order; therefore, 99.9% of the sufferings that has or is occurring are for judgments’ sake, for God said, “If they will hearken and turn every man from his evil way, that I may repent Me of the evil, which I purpose to do unto them because of the evil of their doings ”. He is our Heavenly Father and the Father provides for His children; He wants the best for us and knows what is best for us. Just like with our natural father, when we were young our father gave us our name, told us where we came from and etc..., and we had to ask him if we could do this or that, if we could go here or there. So, why wouldn't we go to God who is our true Father and ask Him who we really are, and what He has planned for us, and if we could do this or that, go here or there? If all of us would do this it would save us a lot of heartache and pain, wasted tears, wasted money, wasted years, and wasted time on things and situations that were never ever going to work because it never came from the good tree, which is God.
 The King James Version bible
 Genesis 3:17-18
 Luke 12:22-31; Matthew 6:25-34
 Mark 10:18
 Luke 6:43-45
 St. John 15:4-5
 Isaiah 65:2; 66:1-4
 The legal document; the bible
 Isaiah 61:8;
St. John 17:17
 Matthew 7:21
 Matthew 6:24
 Jeremiah 17:5
 Jeremiah 17:9
 Psalms 1:1-3
 I Peter 2:20; 4:15; Deuteronomy 28:14-68
 Faith is God’s aim, purpose and goal
 Jeremiah 26:3; Deuteronomy 28:14-68
 Proverbs 3:5–8
 Proverbs 3:6
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