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“For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath.” Matthew 25:29

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“For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath.” “For to everyone who has, more will be given, and he will have abundance; but from him who does not have, even what he has will be taken away.”
Matthew 25:29
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“It is added to everything that has, but if it does not have, it will be taken away.” (Matthew 25:29)

This passage in Matthew 25:29 is one of the most exciting and powerful spiritual readings in the Bible.
It says: “It is added to everything that has, but if it does not have, it will be taken away.”

May God help us to understand His Word with an understanding spirit. So when it starts, it says, “It will be added to everything.”

The first part of the word “for” tells us something. It refers to something that must first be possessed.

It reminds us of the role of human responsibility in the relationship between humans and God in the spirit realm.

It also tells us where people will receive this gift on the basis of the divine gift that God gives to those who are well versed in the Word.

Most of us want our God to give us many things to add to our spiritual bond with God.

But we are lazy about what we need to have in order to meet the prerequisite for “having”.

We need more believers to bring about spiritual change and growth. But we also lack determination and diligence.

We are in a hurry to get through the troubles and hardships we are going through now through the arms of God. But we are not prepared to pay for the time and effort required by the solution.

We often set a goal that we want to achieve. But we do not have the capacity or the plan to achieve this goal.

So what can be added to the place where my people say no? This is what the Lord says: “It is added to everything that has, but if it does not have, it will be taken away.”

In the description of the heavenly word that is added to all that has, The part that comes with it is the one that comes first.

Then God’s love is always there to help us add to what we have. Compensation:
ይ Added to the need for love.
ይ It will be added to the decision of interest.
ይ Added to decision-making change.
☞ Added to change perception.
ይ Increases intelligence.
ይ Increases stamina.
ይ It is added to enduring grace.
☞ It is added to the glory of grace.
☞ It will be added to the glorious blessing.

So if you have lost something that you really want to lose, take things in stride and try not focus too much on the problem.

If you are suffering from lack of blessings, go back to the basics of love and examine yourself once and for all.

How did you have heavenly love when you began your spiritual journey? If you do not, then the Word says, “But if you do not have, it will be taken away.”

A person who has a wonderful love for God will have a special desire to live with God regularly.

A person who makes this special request strong will be given the decision to live a spiritual life. A person who is determined to live with God, who worships, prays, and walks in faith every day, will experience spiritual change.

A person who is happy with the change and who develops his Christian conduct will have an increased sense of discernment. He who uses the mind of understanding will be strengthened to live according to the Word of God.

He kept his word, and his life was spared. When he uses his perseverance to end suffering, he will be rewarded with grace.

When he faithfully uses that gift, he is honored. Blessings will be added when he builds up his spirituality. He goes on to say.

I am convinced that one of the most important things you will find in your journey of faith is to make spiritual change a priority.

You want to repent, to receive the sacrament, to change, to make spiritual progress, to change as a strong Christian. But you do not have the power to make decisions.

You do not have the strength to make decisions because you do not want to go to bed at night. You lost this intense desire because you could not love God for one reason or another for thousands of reasons.

We are endowed with the ability to satisfy the needs of those who love us. For example, well-meaning brides have a strong desire to see each other again and again in one day.

Such strong desires give them the courage and determination to make difficult decisions, even when they are having a difficult time.

But you do not have the love of God in your heart and character. So when you lose something important, you don't have the motivation to seek God, even when you are anxious.

In view of the sermons and spiritual teachings that you have received, you do not believe that living with God is as good as the breath you take every second.

Therefore you have come to God just to get something good. Your perseverance is up to you.

Until then, your patience in the face of adversity is limited. Until then, your desire to work hard is a good thing.

Many of you are quick to grieve, complain, get frustrated, resentful, and forget what has been done to you because you have not grown up to the level of religious supremacy from the beginning.

For he that hath, to him shall be given: and he that hath not, from him shall be taken even that which he hath. It is to be expected that you will be able to cope with adversity, be grateful for it, be patient with temptation, learn from it, and persevere.

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