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THE LOVE OF GOD by Eliyah X. (African People of Love)

Mr 12:30 And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment.

1Jo 4:7 Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God.

1Jo 4:8 He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.

1Jo 4:10 Herein is love,

1Jo 4:12 No man hath seen God at any time. If we love one another, God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us.

1Jo 4:16 And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love; and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him.

1Jo 4:20 If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?

1Jo 5:3 For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous.

THE LOVE OF GOD
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" God is the Afrikan Man or Woman who’s living in Love toward their Afrikan Nation, because God is love "; therefore his only personal attitude towards the affairs of the Afrikan/Blackman or woman is always a reaction of divine affection. The Father loves us sufficiently to bestow his life (meaning his love for us his children, the children of Israel) upon us. " He makes his sun (love) to rise on the evil Afrikan and on the good Afrikan and sends rain (words of love) on the just Afrikan and on the unjust Afrikan. "

It is wrong to think of God (the Afrikan Man or Woman living in Love toward their Afrikan Nation) as being coaxed into loving his children because of the sacrifices of his Sons or the intercession of his subordinate creatures, " for the Father himself loves you. " It is in response to this paternal affection that God sends the marvelous Adjusters to indwell the minds of Afrikan. God’s love is the true Afrikan Spirit, the Spirit of Love; " that is why it is said: “ whosoever will may come. " He would " have all Afrikaans be saved by coming into the knowledge of the truth. " He is " not willing that any Afrikan should perish. "

The Prophets our Great Afrikan Leaders of Old are the very first to attempt to save man from the disastrous results of his foolish transgression of the divine laws (which is going against his children, our brothers and sisters). God’s love is by nature a fatherly affection; therefore does he sometimes " chasten us for our own profit, that we may be partakers of his holiness. " Even during your fiery trials remember that " in all our afflictions he is afflicted with us. "

God is divinely kind to sinners their Afrikan Brother or Sister who has wronged them… When Afrikan rebels return to righteousness, they are mercifully received, " for our God will abundantly pardon (meaning we will forgive them because we are gods, we are the body of gods and the mouth of god, we speak for him and act for him, with the Messiah being the head example of the way we should walk here on earth so we can be like our Father in heaven (righteousness). " " I am he who blots out your transgressions for my own sake, and I will not remember your sins. " " Behold what manner of love the Father has bestowed upon us that we should be called the sons of God (Afrikan Sons of Love). "

After all, the greatest evidence of the goodness of God and the supreme reason for loving him is the indwelling gift of the Father, (his HOLY SPIRIT, which is his Character, his HOLY LOVE)—the Adjuster who so patiently awaits the hour when you both shall be eternally made one (One with the Father, One with LOVE). Though you cannot find God by searching, if you will submit to the leading of the indwelling Afrikan holy spirit, you will be unerringly guided, step by step, life by life, through city upon city, and year by year, until you finally stand in the presence of the Paradise personality of the Afrikan Father.

How unreasonable that you should not worship God because the limitations of your Afrikan nature and the handicaps of your material creation make it impossible for you to see him. Between you and God there is a tremendous distance (physical space) to be traversed. There likewise exists a great gulf of spiritual differential which must be bridged; but notwithstanding all that physically and spiritually separates you from the Paradise personal presence of God (the Afrikan Man or Woman living in Love), stop and ponder the solemn fact that God lives within you(the one who is living in love towards the brethren) he has in his own way already bridged the gulf. He has sent of himself, his spirit, to live in you and to toil with you as you pursue your eternal Afrikan career.

I find it easy and pleasant to worship one who is so great and at the same time so affectionately devoted to the uplifting ministry of his Afrikan creatures. I naturally love one who is so powerful in creation and in the control thereof, and yet who is so perfect in goodness and so faithful in the loving-kindness which constantly overshadows us. I think I would love God just as much if he were not so great and powerful, as long as he is so good and merciful. We all love the Father more because of his nature than in recognition of his amazing attributes.

When I observe the Creator Sons and their subordinate administrators struggling so valiantly with the manifold difficulties of time inherent in the evolution of the universes of space, I discover that I bear these lesser rulers of the universes a great and profound affection. After all, I think we all, including the mortals of the realms, love the Universal Father and all other beings, divine or human, because we discern that these personalities truly love us. The experience of loving is very much a direct response to the experience of being loved. Knowing that God loves me, I should continue to love him supremely, even though he were divested of all his attributes of supremacy, ultimacy, and absoluteness.

The Father’s love follows us now and throughout the endless circle of the eternal ages. As you ponder the loving nature of God, there is only one reasonable and natural personality reaction thereto: You will increasingly love your Maker; you will yield to God an affection analogous to that given by a child to an earthly parent; for, as a father, a real father, a true father, loves his children, so the Father of Israel loves and forever seeks the welfare of his created sons and daughters.

But the love of God is an intelligent and farseeing parental affection. The divine love functions in unified association with divine wisdom and all other infinite characteristics of the perfect nature of the Universal Father. God is love, but love is not God. The greatest manifestation of the divine love for mortal beings is observed in the bestowal of the Thought Adjusters, but your greatest revelation of the Father’s love is seen in the bestowal life of his Son the Messiah as he lived on earth the ideal spiritual life. It is the indwelling Adjuster who individualizes the love of God to each Afrikan soul.

At times I am almost pained to be compelled to portray the divine affection of the heavenly Father for his universe children by the employment of the human word symbol love. This term, even though it does connote man’s highest concept of the mortal relations of respect and devotion, is so frequently designative of so much of human relationship that is wholly ignoble and utterly unfit to be known by any word which is also used to indicate the matchless affection of the living God for his Afrikan Israelite and Judeans creatures! How unfortunate that I cannot make use of some supernal and exclusive term which would convey to the mind of the Afrikan the true nature and exquisitely beautiful significance of the divine affection of the Paradise Father.

When man loses sight of the love of a personal God, the kingdom of God (which is the Afrikan who lives in righteousness towards God’s children meaning those of Israel and Judah, these are the blacks in the diasporas and the blacks in Afrika) becomes merely the kingdom of good. Notwithstanding the infinite unity of the divine nature, love is the dominant characteristic of all God’s personal dealings with his Afrikan creatures.

One Love,

Eliyah X/Chief Elder & Bishop

African People of Love

http://theafricanpeople.tk

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