The Adult with Childish Behavior Never Grow Up
“When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” 1 Corinthians 13:11
Unfortunately, we live in a world that is constructed with the behavior of some childish adults that have been placed in leadership positions. Such people are allowed to operate things that depend upon the survival of our lives. This is a serious problem worldwide. There is a scripture that says, “Give us help from trouble: for vain is the help of man.” Psalm 60:11
Change in adults with childish behavior never comes, because such people refuse to follow instructions. Therefore, they refuse to change their childish ways. They will never grow up.
Why is the world in such disastrous condition? Childish adult leadership is the reason.
1. Childish adult parents
2. Childish adult bosses
The childish adult parent is not the grown-up in the family. Their behavior, is childish. Their offspring have no adult guidance. Therefore, they mimic the behavior of their parents. They have no sense of knowing what is right. Their mistakes in life cause harm to themselves and to others.
In the work place, a childish adult boss, is the person, who cannot control the workers. Such person cause problems that leads to unhappiness and disasters, because they are unqualified to do their job. They team up with some of the workers and become friends. The workers have no respect for them, because they are one of them. No one listen to the childish adult boss.
The childish adult in a leadership position, cannot lead the people. Instead, they follow the people that makes them feel comfortable. They are unable to make rational decisions.
It is up to the people who have put away their childish behavior, to take on the role of leadership positions, to make a better and peaceful world.
Written by: Ellen J. Barrier
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Problem #1: “For I know that in me (that is, in my flesh) dwells no good thing: for to will is present with me; But how to perform that which is good I find not.”
Problem #2: “But I see another law in my members warring against the law of my mind, and bringing me into captivity to the law of sin which is in my members.”
Question: Who shall deliver me from the body of this death?
Making the Case for Sin:
Every person is confronted with the same problems regarding temptation. The flesh desires to commit wrongful acts that the spiritual makeup know should not be done; as the author notes “For the good that I would I do not: but the evil which I would not, that I do.”
We know that the acts we contemplate on to commit, are wrongful, but our mind is unable to overpower the desire of the flesh. Once again, the author makes the case for sin by stating, ” Now if I do that I would not, it is no more I that do it, but sin that dwells in me.”
Understanding the cause of the problem and confessing our weakness, begins with getting power over our mind, through the works of the spiritual part of us. The author’s solution is the answer to the question:
“Who shall deliver me from the body of this death? I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord. So then with the mind I myself serve the law of God; but with the flesh the law of sin.”
The bible teaches us that if we confess our sins to God, he will forgive us. When we stay in prayer to God on a daily basis, we become stronger and is able to resist committing wrongful acts; the spiritual strength we receive guides our mind, with righteous thoughts, that will enable us to resist temptation.
Scripture: If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. (1 John 1:9)
A Stronger and Better Person
Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. (II Corinthians 5:17)
Written by_ Ellen Jean Barrier
Source of quotes: King James Bible (Romans 7 chapter)
“Make no friendship with an angry man; and with a furious man thou shalt not go: lest thou learn his ways and get a snare to thy soul.” Proverbs 22:24,25
A Life Story: The Beast Within the Mind
A 10-year –old girl was brutally murdered by a 26-year-old male who lived in the same apartment.
The child was strangled and sexually assaulted. The man told the investigator who questioned him after having seen the child’s clothing in a plastic bag inside of the man’s bedroom closet , asked him “Where is the Girl?” his response was “She is there. I hit her and chopped her up.” He informed the authorities, of his intentions to eat the child’s flesh.
When we closely examine the acts of violence that are occurring in high numbers, the majority of them are committed by teenagers and young adults, both males and females.
Written by Ellen J. Barrier
We live in a modern-day time of advanced technology. In this generation of people we have divisiveness. Crime and wars, along with diseases and sicknesses exist. Homeless, starvation and the lack of an adequate income, and no financial aide still exist in many places.
The storms of life and physical storms, along with disasters plaque our world; leaving many people searching for answers: Why, do God allow these things to happen? and Where is Jesus?
History has taught us that these things have never left Earth. The purpose for which Jesus came to Earth was to give us hope and offer us a better life of peace with God. He gave us the understanding that the poor would always exist upon Earth. His work consisted of educating people about the power of God, healing those with diseases and sicknesses, feeding the hungry, spreading Joy and Peace and so many others things that made him God within the body of a man.
Today, Jesus lives in the Hearts and Souls of those who continues his work.
Where is Jesus Today?
Jesus is in shelters providing a place to live for those who are homeless.
Jesus is working in places to provide food for the hungry.
Jesus is in medical facilities providing health care for those who are sick.
Jesus is in the firemen battling the fires to save lives.
Jesus is in the police officers who have dedicated their lives to protect others.
Jesus in in the teachers who provide educational skills and teach self-confidence and respect to their students.
Jesus is in the streets, listening to those who tells him about their pain and suffering and all their troubles: He let them know that they are not alone. He offers to them his Love and Peace.
Jesus lives in the Soul of the Spiritual Leader that follows in his footsteps to serve all people. It is a calling, and not a choice.
Written by: Ellen J. Barrier
Recommended to read: God’s Message to His People ____Chapter 5 page 38
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Praying on a daily basis rewards us with positive changes in our life. We are able to express our personal needs to God. Releasing our emotions frees our mind, and builds characteristic traits, that are favorable and honorable with God and Man.
Those who pray daily, increase understanding to know the importance of examining their behavior pattern toward others.
Have a willingness to offer an apology when an error on their part was made that offended or caused harm to someone.
Never fail to immediately ask forgiveness, when it is due to someone because of a wrongful act that was committed whether it was done intentional or unintentional.
Persistency in prayer makes a weak man strong.
Persistency in prayer, makes a boy a man, when he needs to be strong.
Persistency in prayer, allows a woman the ability to become a much stronger woman to accomplish her goals, by accepting the role of many others.
Persistency in prayer help girls to embrace the legacy of strong women and will build one for themselves that are stronger.
It is the persistency in prayer that makes a family stronger.
Through the persistency in prayer, we develop the desire to treat others the way we would like for them to treat us. It begins in our home.
Pray Without Ceasing
1 Thessalonians 5:17
Written by Ellen J. Barrier
“We can’t control our destiny. We can’t go back into our past history and make changes. But we can begin this moment by setting a goal and pursuing it for a better life with a greater purpose.” __ Ellen J. Barrier
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