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How To Be Permanently Exalted

Updated on January 4, 2016
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The Parent Must Spiritually Exalt The Child


If you are tired of failures then try this. One must be willing to change from being in failure situations. The way to avoid failure has been right under our noses ever since our birth. All of us humans must be responsible for making decisions to have our lives guided properly. We cannot guide our own lives when we do not know where to go but we can choose which way to go by totally surrendering to the One and Only God it must be done totally. If it is not a total surrender then it may not happen. Please, forget about making excuses by saying, “nobody’s perfect” or thinking that it is impossible. Read and adhere to: In the Kingdom of God there is no percentage of what is expected of a being. Revelation 3:16 So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.

Today, many people are just that, lukewarm… and are set up to achieve some things but not other things because of it.

God Has A Purpose For Every One

The truth again is, many people do not realize how true God is and what His purpose is. Inclusive in His purpose is to see to it that His believers excel. Of course, He can protect by watching over non-believers. When a non-believer realizes that God has been watching over him or her then such a person may become a believer. If the person was a believer but only to an extent then that person can develop a close or closer relationship with God. God sees everything that we do. We cannot hide from God. We cannot fool Him either. God sees all slickness and wrong doing in this world.

What Must Be Done

To start excelling we must immediately eradicate a mind of

  • Selfishness
  • Senselessness
  • Covetousness
  • Unrighteousness
  • Rebelliousness

Be Exalted

The way to be exalted is to pray and ask of God, that you no longer want to be an obnoxious sinner. Tell Him that you do not want to succumb to sin anymore. Let’s say that if you are tired of failing in relationships, marriage and family then it is best to excel by living strictly according to God’s righteousness and not your own. We should put God and His love first because He will regulate the situations so that you will treat your spouse, other family, friends, associates, coworkers and people in general most appropriately. The only way to know if God exists is through the belief system in the mind and therefore, being obedient to His Word. As you experience that you will begin to feel exalted. You shall become patient with God. You will rise above situations and problems. Of course, you would not be fair to yourself even if you periodically indulged in consuming items that are a hindrance and harmful to the belief system and the body. In the Bible, God said, “no one will ever see His face.” Therefore, to know of His goodness is by believing and then recognizing His works. We all have that responsibility to ourselves otherwise; we are living out on limbs and subsequently, anything can happen. Our first obligation in our lives should be to God because he knows what is best for us than we do. We would have experienced less pain and hardships in life had we put him first in the first place of our lives. Without putting God first, even in our teenage years, we succumb to our desires and lessons are to be learned because of a lack of spiritual involvement and education. There are people that think it is too uncool to associate and fellowship in a sacred manner when it is the most prestigious and prosperous way to live. It is how you are self-applied and not the next person. We are all made as individuals belonging to a family and so forth. Yes, we all have our own individuality.


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  • FlourishAnyway profile image


    3 years ago from USA

    Very stirring.

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    Devika Primić 

    3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Awesome! A great way to think correctly. A Happy New Year to you.

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    Patty Inglish MS 

    3 years ago from USA. Member of Asgardia, the first space nation, since October 2016

    Amen to that, MarleneB!

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    Marlene Bertrand 

    3 years ago from USA

    I like what you said about no one being perfect. It's true, but I don't like that as an excuse to act bad. I do my best to do the right thing and when I make a mistake, I admit it. I ask for forgiveness. I work hard not to make the same mistake again. Yes. God is good and if we face Him for directions, He will lead us to the place we need to go.

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    Janis Leslie Evans 

    3 years ago from Washington, DC

    Thank you for the challenge you present to us about our "lukewarm" states of being. I appreciate the message. Putting God first has certainly made life easier for me, easing the burdens of life that are sure to come. Peace and blessings to you in the new year, word55.

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    Dora Weithers 

    3 years ago from The Caribbean

    Beautiful, relevant message at the start of a New Year! How much we want good results, so much we will surrender and be obedient. Yes, God is able!

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    3 years ago from Harrisburlg, Pennsylvania

    Hi word55, "All of us humans must be responsible for making decisions to have our lives guided properly. We cannot guide our own lives when we do not know where to go but we can choose which way to go by totally surrendering to the One and Only God it must be done totally. If it is not a total surrender then it may not happen". Accountability is what we need along side honesty, when as you stated we cannot guide our own lives and acknowledging that is our responsibility. How often are consequences really considered? To be conscious and aware of the consequences of our decisions is a disciplined way to think. Excellent Hub.

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    Shaloo Walia 

    3 years ago from India

    Surrendering to God is the only way. I loved this hub!

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    Al Wordlaw 

    3 years ago from Chicago

    Thanks billybuc. Glad you stopped by today. When you speak everybody listens :-). Happy New Year!

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    Al Wordlaw 

    3 years ago from Chicago

    Happy Sunday Eric. Thanks for stopping and leaving a comment of appreciation. Enjoy the day.

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    Bill Holland 

    3 years ago from Olympia, WA

    Your first sentence set the tone for a terrific truth. We are not amoebas tossed about by the tides of chance. We make choices and we can change....beautiful!

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    Eric Dierker 

    3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

    Very good hub. It is good to always remember that we reap what we sow.


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