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The other day I saw a bumper sticker that read “I believe in Good.” I immediately thought that it was a typo which added an o. However, after further examination and thought, I knew I was reading right. Good is best used as a verb, I thought; as an action, for example as applied when reading about the life of Jesus. Jesus said. “there is none good but one, that is, God.” (Matt. 10:18).
“God is good all time and all the time God is good.”
As a harmonious symphony combines distinct parts to make a whole, blending in with God should be the goal of every believer. God is the, I AM. Thus, people should merge with the force of good completing I AM mission statements. When people say negative things about you, never let the things said, deter your mission, but first examine to check the validity of their words.
Jesus went about doing good (Act 10:38).
I am sure people spoke negatively about his motives. I suggest that the only reference point they could base their judgments were their own consciousness. Jesus went about doing good. Jesus was a revolutionary. We should emulate Him by going about doing good also, and above all having faith in God! Doing good in the realm of faith pleases God which is God’s plan for man and man’s ultimate goal.
Conversion from perversion is the ultimate goal of doing well when usefully applied to advance some wholesome purpose. Good is not a degree, but a state of being. Contrarily, it is unwise to advance evil, but those that do must convert good to evil. What side are you on? To remain unchanged is man’s ultimate folly. Degrees of perversion are not relative in the eyes of God; because, God consistently abides as good but reserves evil for judgment.
Man’s rate of exchange to become acceptable to God.
Time changes matter but does not pervert matter, wrong decisions pervert matter. Matter later atrophies into states unrecognizable by man but separated by God (i.e. the soul). The soul is separated by God and the decisions made in the body either perverts the soul or makes one well. This makes God the Great Judge and mankind subject to either being unchanged or converted good. Since evil cannot become good, evil must be exchanged for good through substitution. While living after a substitution is made evil must be forsaken and ignored unless it is perverted into evil by the substitute. Thusly, sin was exchanged for righteousness through the Blood of Christ and made available to all. This is orchestrated by the Hand of God who abides eternally good.