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A Lesson for the God-King (man, seed carrier, masculine energy)

Updated: Apr 17, 2020



The 3 V's of the God-King (Vision/ Valor/ Vocation) A God-King is guided by his vision. Not only vision of himself, but of his past and his future. His vision is his north star; it guides him, even when he does not realize it. The Holy Scripture says “With no vision, the people perish." The determining factor in the universe is not the Devil, Jesus, or any other guru, sage, master teacher, prophet or pastor. The Most High placed the responsibility of your flourishing, and/or perishing, on you and your vision. We visualize through what I call "The Eye of the soul." This is our imagination, our perception, and our dreams. Our vision determines how we think, and process information. So if a god-King (young or old), has been given a false outlook of himself, due to his circumstances and/or experiences, his life has been sent down the wrong path, and his perishing is inevitable. So if he has been told, he can't achieve, he is a slave, he is a thug, he is worthless, he is a criminal, he has no value etc. This becomes his north star, and his path is set towards his own destruction. A God-King must understand his Valor. You are brave, you are mighty, and you are strong. You carry the image and characteristics of the Most High. Because your vision of you has been warped by television, society, and past experiences, you have never tapped into your God-nature. Remember, you are not your body, nor your soul, but you are a god-spirit, and you are in charge of both soul (mind) and body. Understanding your identity and your strength is the key to you living out created purpose. Your vocation is your work. It's your responsibility and the very reason for your creation. The God-King is the seed carrier. As a farmer, plants his seed into the earth, he understands that the protection of the ground in which, he has placed his seed is paramount. A God-King not only provides natural seed but emotional seeds as well. He must understand the importance of his words (seeds), before planting them. The holy scriptures say "whatever a man sow, that shall he also reap." So if you plant seeds of pain, negativity, and destruction, we will see the fruit (results) of the seed planted. The most important thing to understand is, as a farmer, we have the ability to uproot bad seeds, till the ground, and plant new seeds. This is the case with our own ground (soul, soil) as well as our love ones. Life has sown seeds of pain in our soul (heart), moments that are etched in our memory, and reminds us of past suffering. We must remember that the Most High is our father and our ultimate example. As he saw the world in chaos, he manifested light and then set order to it. We are in possession of the power to do the same thing, in our life, our bodies, and in our world.

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