Rom 2:23 — Thou that makest thy boast of the law, through breaking the law dishonourest thou God?
The verse above do point to us even as a Gentile the law of liberty truly impound in our heart and make us a participant to God’s humble grace and honor.
Though there is many interpretation with regards to God’s law, we men try to interpreted and most occasionally we fallen into our own sinful interpretation by miss-doctrine and changes the complete text and structure of God purpose into personal gains.
Upon realizing, that we have the same participation into the law of the Jews. We have the conviction and transformation into the salvation of Jesus Christ which ultimately make us the participant to the Kingdom of our Father in Heaven. In the eye of the Father we are equal, as the world is equally shouting the same racist and superiority of race or a nation over on another’s. But in the eyes of God, I am truly glad that we are the same and equal authority in our brotherhood via the sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ. His sacrifice on the cross has made us one the same in all of us in respect to colors, race, ethic group and sexes.
To achieve this goal of having this living laws in our heart, simple heart of living in the Spirit of God do come in couple with his righteousness — the salvation of our Lord Jesus is at near. As we walk in closeness with Christ thorough his living words, the Holy Scripture, we will able to overcome in every circumstance. The rest in trusting in God and He will direct our path.
As most frequent God’s Spirit will echoes in our heart, “Be still and know that I am God, trust me as I am always be with you even though the very end of the time”.
Those Christian who has this confidence will live in this conviction. They live on faith to God resisting to live in the sight of men. I can truly said as the witness of God that the circumstances that we daily face that you encounter will come out in the goodness of us through God words and righteousness in Him.
As the great words of promise reside within our humble heart;
The Lord will fight for you. You need to be still – Exodus 14:14
Think about the supremacy and reality of this promise!
Shalom and Tsabat!