God loved Jacob, even before he was conceived. He hated Esau, and had already told his parents that Jacob would rule over him. Does that really make Him an unjust God? The Bible says He'd show mercy to whom He'd show mercy; does that mean anybody can come short of His mercy at anytime? We're like clay pots in the sights of our Creator, and He created all of us to serve special purposes. Though some may be for domestic use, while others may be for a more honourable use, but all these things work together for good.
The kingdom of God is like that great house where there are many vessels; some are gold, silver, and wood. Some are honourable, while some others are completely dishonorable. However, anyone that is clean enough for the master's use will be selected. That also means that God can use anybody for great works as long as that person is clean enough for Him to use. Afterall, what's the use of an honourable vessel if it's not usable? Don't be a victim of the saying that "God will show mercy to whom He'd show mercy". Everyone that will dare to sanctify himself as the scripture has said – will qualify for God's mercy.
That's how far we'd go on today's Timely Note. But take these last words; THERE WAS NO MORE BLESSING LEFT FOR ESAU, BUT THE BIBLE RECORDS THAT HE FOUGHT TILL HE GAINED DOMINION. DON'T GIVE UP, LET GOD'S WORD BE YOUR SWORD, AND YOUR DOMINION WILL SOON BE ESTABLISHED. Have a most fruitful weekend, in Jesus precious name!
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An Inspiration of The Almighty