I Will Not Overstep Your Free Will
God told Adam and Eve not to eat the forbidden fruit or they shall die. The serpent said they will not die. They looked on the tree, saw it was good for food and pleasing to the eye. The serpent told them they could be like God if they ate of the fruit. They ate in disobedience and sin, suffering and death entered the world.
God did not overstep their free will.
God has given us his Commandments and words to live by in the Bible. Are we using our free will to choose to follow the Commandments and the Word of God? Or is Satan again deceiving us into thinking we will not die if we choose to be disobedient and follow the ways of the world?
Jesus has told us “The Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of this world do not mix.” Do we trust God and live through the eyes of faith or do we live for today through the eyes of the world, trying to gain many things we can control and possess so we can depend on ourselves and our possessions for security rather than God? Satan continues to tell us we can live first in the Kingdom of this world and enjoy all we have gained, and there will be plenty of time for God and His Kingdom later. The concern you should have as Luke 12:19-20 tells us, “And I will say to my soul, Soul, you have ample goods laid up for many years; take your ease, eat, drink, be merry. “But God said to him, “Fool! This night your soul is required of you; and the things you have prepared, whose will they be?”
Our Loving Mother tells us, “Pray every day to have the grace of greater faith.” When God does call us and we are face to face with our God, our Creator, we will not need faith, our judgment for all eternity is at hand based on this short life we lived on earth.
As Our Loving Mother tells us, “Look at the way you are living. Look within yourself and examine your relationship with God and amend your life without delay.”