It is very easy to see the election of both Jacob and Esau in the Old Testament. They would not have been able to dwell peaceably together by the end of their story if that had not been true–how the elect are not led astray. Habit patterns of righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit take humility along with being wise as serpents and innocent as doves throughout the Bible and that concept is equally throughout time as it concerns Creation of the human in the Image of God (Revelation 7-14).
Equally, it is very easy to see the messages Jesus Christ planted within the parable of the Prodigal and Elder Brother in the New Testament, too. So I don’t need to explain anything in this article. I need to say that it gets very confusing when you have so many goats in your midst that Jesus must deny, and He does this denial action clearly explained in the New Testament Record with parables, out of deepest I AM love.
In this way, His denial of you initiates the process of the Father continuing to father you perfectly until you bow the knee and walk in the light of Jesus Christ according to 1-3 John all glory to God and in Jesus Name, amen. This whole process takes humility. The pure in heart see God. Are you going to see God in the first heaven, second heaven, and third heaven? I don’t know; I never knew; remember now; how God loves you.
So when YOU think you are elect or remnant and you are not (as a Christian) or when you think you are a good person (as a humanist) you set yourself up for some majorly cursed, vicious cycles of arrogance; therefore, you read people’s stuff, like my stuff, and your ears “get tickled” because you are arrogant in your own way enough to only put yourself in the “strong” side of the equation of whatever you are reading–including the precious Word of God that is a dusty history book even to Christians in 2018.
God help me. Go read “Letter to Lucy” and get a grip, America. Us elect love you–but you hate on us, laugh at the dead prophets in the street, and etc (Revelation 11). Letter to Lucy A Manifesto of Creative Redemption in the Age of Trump, Facism and Lies by Frank Shaeffer & EJG2