For he is not a Jew, which is one outwardly; neither is that circumcision, which is outward in the flesh: But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; who praise is not of men, but of God (Romans 2:28 – 29).

Let him who say he is a Jew follow after God. No one is qualify, lest he pleases God. And the working of the flesh to them that say they are Jews and are not is an insult to the LORD. It is written: Let the redeemed of the LORD say so; whom he hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy (Psalm 107:2). For unless a man is redeemed in the spirit he is not a Jew, nor belongs to God the Father. And they that look for hope where there is no hope will never find God. Christ is the light who shall transform the heart of men to follow the ways of God. And to be in the image of God the Father is to be one with God and Christ. This is the perfection of glory, perfect light, not wavering, or a shadow of the LORD our God. For in Christ we are perfect, made righteous, and acceptable unto God. The fullness of the glory which God will bestowed upon those who love him will be evident in those whose walk in spirit and in truth, whose hearts are pure, and not one spot or wrinkle is found upon them. This is the perfection of glory, to be in one with God the Father and Christ the Son. And the righteousness of Christ, through the mercy of God, is our hope of perfection. Blessed be the name of the LORD. Let the lifting up of his name, the LORD is his name, be exalted on High. Let us magnify he that is with strength, and great power and glory. The hope that dwelleth among us, let it be from God, lest we hope in vain. And the LORD who is with wisdom and great counsel, let us exalt his name and magnify him, without limits, with understanding, and with fear, knowing fully well that he that sits upon the circle of the earth is the LORD: the most High God. The lifting up of his glory must come when we understand that he who created us is greater than us. And there is no measure to his greatness. For who can begin to understand all that his hands have done, or the potential of this great God? Is there any among you, let him stand? But in our humility, let our hearts marvel at the works of his hands, and with the lifting up of his glory let us rejoice. Let us rejoice in the mighty hand of God. It is he who made us, and not we ourselves. Glory to his name, who is light and dwells in light. Truly the LORD is marvelous and in him there is only light and no darkness. Blessed be the name of the LORD.

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