God and Choice and Life or Death

by Ellen K. Gordon



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/18/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 118
ISBN : 9781496966728
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 118
ISBN : 9781496966711

About the Book

I define this choice as an established, intangible mechanism at the core of our being, which our will for our lives through the spoken word of our mouths activates. This choice is sometimes ignored and/or unrecognized; however, it is always present and available to us. Its purpose is to deliver us (our spirit man) into the hands of freedom, a place within us where we are always safe, where we are sane, and where we recognize the greatness that is within us through Christ Jesus, our Lord. This is not the freedom of footloose, wild, and fancy free, but it is the freedom of kings and priests. This freedom enables our responsible right. We understand that God is responsible and the only right (Deut. 32:4), and only through Him can anyone obtain rights. No one has the right or God on his side to do anything unless it is through Him. This is the basis of truth. In John 8:31–32, Jesus said, “If you continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; and ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”
First, He instructs us to continue. We cannot pick up the Word of God and put it down with yet still the expectation of receiving what it says. Our continuance in the Word is the key to our forthcoming knowledge and revelation. Jesus said, “Then are ye my disciples indeed.” Disciples are disciplined ones that recognize the order of God and will themselves to carry it out. These orders carried out are the physical evidence of the disciplined spirits, willed from the soul (mind). This is the order of God. When your spirit (heart) is disciplined toward God, your soul wills your body to follow through.

About the Author

Ellen K. Gordon is a born-again believer and received the baptism of the Holy Spirit in 1987. Her passion for the Word of God and her love for people flow freely throughout her community. Ellen believes the anointing of God draws people to her on a daily basis, where she is used to first make provision for their immediate need. She believes her daily assignment is to pray for the lost as well as help, encourage, and exhort those who have lost their way.
Ellen is an avid writer. She has a collection of writings and poems, many of which the National Library of Poetry has published.
Ellen is part owner and vice president of her family’s business, where she works as office manager. She has been married for thirty-five years to her husband James. They have two sons, Ryan and Abram, and four grandchildren. She resides in Decatur, Georgia.