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  1. Righteousness | Bible Topics
  2. Gleanings From the Writings of Bahá’u’lláh
  3. Summer Psalms
  4. Most Relevant Verses

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Take thou thy portion of the ocean of His grace, and deprive not thyself of the things that lie hidden in its depths. Be thou of them that have partaken of its treasures. A dewdrop out of this ocean would, if shed upon all that are in the heavens and on the earth, suffice to enrich them with the bounty of God, the Almighty, the All-Knowing, the All-Wise. With the hands of renunciation draw forth from its life-giving waters, and sprinkle therewith all created things, that they may be cleansed from all man-made limitations and may approach the mighty seat of God, this hallowed and resplendent Spot.

Be not grieved if thou performest it thyself alone. Let God be all-sufficient for thee. Commune intimately with His Spirit, and be thou of the thankful.

Proclaim the Cause of thy Lord unto all who are in the heavens and on the earth. Should any man respond to thy call, lay bare before him the pearls of the wisdom of the Lord, thy God, which His Spirit hath sent down unto thee, and be thou of them that truly believe. And should any one reject thine offer, turn thou away from him, and put thy trust and confidence in the Lord, thy God, the Lord of all worlds. By the righteousness of God! Whoso openeth his lips in this Day and maketh mention of the name of his Lord, the hosts of Divine inspiration shall descend upon him from the heaven of My name, the All-Knowing, the All-Wise.

On him shall also descend the Concourse on high, each bearing aloft a chalice of pure light. There lay concealed within the Holy Veil, and prepared for the service of God, a company of His chosen ones who shall be manifested unto men, who shall aid His Cause, who shall be afraid of no one, though the entire human race rise up and war against them. These are the ones who, before the gaze of the dwellers on earth and the denizens of heaven, shall arise and, shouting aloud, acclaim the name of the Almighty, and summon the children of men to the path of God, the All-Glorious, the All-Praised.

Walk thou in their way, and let no one dismay thee. If we lose our awareness of God and begin to think and act as if He does not exist, God often allows painful reminders of our need for Him, just as He did with the nation of Israel. The pain of adversity helps us recognize the deception of sin. Our hatred of evil will increase when we realize how sin keeps us from living in a way that honors God and how it damages the lives of those we love.

God wants us to know that He will not ignore sin. God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. If we could only perceive the final cost of our sin, we would shrink from committing it. Therefore, in His mercy God exposes secret sin, and He allows others to see its devastating consequences. See Hebrews Many cause-and-effect sequences are recorded in Scripture for our instruction and warning. When we experience specific difficulties in our lives, we should discern if they are consequences of sin.

The following verses are examples of the connection between our actions and the circumstances in our lives:. God detests pride, but humility prompts the gift of His grace. God resisteth the proud, but giveth grace unto the humble. Submit yourselves therefore to God.

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Hard times expose our pride, because they highlight our need for God and for others. A Christian must be aware of the spiritual battle that rages between God and the enemy, Satan. Learn to recognize that sometimes adversity comes in the form of spiritual warfare through weariness, confusion, division, and spiritual oppression. In the midst of these trials, do not become overwhelmed or yield to the temptation to give up.

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For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Wherefore take unto you the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness; and your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace; above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked.

Faith is essential for living the Christian life, because the ways of God are opposite to the natural inclinations of man. In either case, adversity is designed to strengthen our faith. The development of patience is another benefit of having our faith purified by the fire of adversity. It is through faith and patience that we inherit the promises of God.

Those who are in positions of responsibility are supposed to provide protection for those under their care.

Righteousness | Bible Topics

As we experience the pressures of temptation, we should realize that those who are in authority over us are also undergoing temptations and are in need of our intercessory prayer. In troubled times, we need to consider our priorities and discern if we are spending enough time preserving the most important aspects of our lives: our relationships with God and others.

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  • We should regularly evaluate the health of our relationships and invest the time and effort needed to maintain them honorably. When we do not spend time with God, memorizing and meditating on His Word, and praying, we miss out on one of the most important means God uses to give us wisdom and to change our hearts. We also rob others of the spiritual encouragement, direction, and testimonies we could share if we were faithfully spending time with God.

    Adversity that comes because of having wrong priorities may be the consequence of trying to do more than God intended for us to do. If we have more projects than we can manage to do in six days, we have undertaken more work than God intended.

    Gleanings From the Writings of Bahá’u’lláh

    How we weather the storms of life shows what we have built our lives on. The strain of adversity impacts relationships. Hard times reveal if people want to get or to give. True, lasting friendship is described in the Biblical account of David and Jonathan. Instead, he remained a faithful friend to David until the end of his life. Jonathan befriended, encouraged, warned, and protected David, accepting him as the one who would be the king of Israel in his place.

    When Jonathan died, David was deeply grieved. Most people in the world have no experience of lasting joy in their lives. All of our resources exist to guide you toward everlasting joy in Jesus Christ. One of the things I stressed was how personal the psalm is: David the individual in fellowship with God.

    Summer Psalms

    I was 22 years old when I first saw one of the phrases in this psalm. Of course, I had read the psalm hundreds of times and seen the words. But there is seeing, and then there is seeing. When I went to see Mrs. Open my eyes that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law. But how does God do this? In my experience I have never seen a visible manifestation of God going before me at a fork in the road. But I think David would answer the question, How does God lead? By guarding it according to thy word. By itself the Bible would not keep us on track.

    For two reasons: one is that not every decision we have to make is covered by a command in the Bible. Some paths are clearly wrong and some are clearly right, but many are not clear. We have hundreds of little and some big decisions like this every week. The other reason that the Bible alone is not adequate is that even when a specific path is commanded, it is not just the movement along that path that is important, but also the spirit in which we move, and the motivation that prompts us.

    A path of righteousness is a right path followed with the right attitude. But the Bible by itself will not change our attitude.

    Most Relevant Verses

    The word of God and the Spirit of God together provide the leadership we need. In order to walk in paths of righteousness we must become new. Otherwise we may try to follow righteousness but will only become hollow formalists — people who try to go through the external motions of righteousness but lack the joy and love and peace that energize and guide the saints. The word and the Spirit team up to transform the mind, and in that way God leads us in paths of righteousness.

    He gradually shapes our thinking and molds our emotions, so that when there is no explicit command in the Bible to guide us, we weigh all the considerations with the wisdom and the love of God, and we are drawn to the path of righteousness.