Remember the 10th Commandment: Don't be jealous, envious or covet your neighbour's life, spouse, or possessions. (Enjoy what you have. Do not lament what you don't.)
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ
The commandments delivered to Moses on Mount Horeb represent for us as Christians a beacon that illuminates and gives warmth to our lives and brings us closer to the Lord.
So today the Golden Censer has given me a verse taken from Exodus 20, with the 10th commandment, which the Lord expressly gives us an order to put aside envy and be grateful for the things and possessions we possess, these must be achieved by our own commitment and dedication.
One of the treasures that we must seek is the knowledge of the Holy Scriptures in which with our daily reading and meditation our Faith is consolidated, it places us in the path of heavenly goods. Acquiring the new life in Jesus, with a new heart, also allows us to be grateful for what the Lord has given us and our interest will be in helping people in need, leaving aside the negative of envy and greed.
(Original interpretation of @felixgarciap)
Information about Telos Blockchain and Golden Censer
As part of the daily promotion of #steemchurch, the parishioner has the help of the Golden Censer who in addition to providing Hearts nourishes the believer with a verse from the Bible.
So with the support of the Holy Spirit the believer meditates and prays with the blessings given daily by the Golden Censer. In order to receive this blessing, you must have a Telos account and an account with the extension .jc, which must be previously authorized by Steemchurch.
Telos allows you to create a free account and makes available an official Sqrl wallet. However, you can purchase a free Telos account through the @Steemchurch form with suffix .jc, who assign you, among other things, the cpu and net necessary for the operation.
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