Way of having Peace

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God created man to live with Him. But they became disobedient and they did not follow the Lord’s commandment. This is the sin in the Lord’s eyes and this sin made them separate from God.
The Bible explains how our first parents rejected God’s peaceful way and were deceived into accepting the deadly, destructive way foisted on humanity by the serpent in the Garden of Eden. And ever since, violence and war have been the result of this wrong, selfish way of thinking.
The Bible tells us that Satan, humanity’s greatest adversary, currently rules this world, and broadcasts his attitudes of hate and violence into the minds of men (Bible, Ephesians 2:2; 1 John 5:19; Revelation 12:9). His influence helps amplify our natural selfishness to a fevered pitch.
“Where do wars and fights come from among you? Do they not come from your desires for pleasure that war in your members?” (Bible, James 4:1).
But LOrd desires the opposite attitude for His followers: “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God” (Bible, Matthew 5:9).
God has lived the way of peace for eternity, and He wants His children to learn that way to enjoy its benefits and to become like Him.
There are four ways to have peace:
1. Obey God’s law of love.
“Great peace have those who love the Lord’s law, and nothing causes them to stumble” (Bible, Psalm 119:165).
God’s law is the basis of all right relationships—showing us how to love God and love our fellow humans (Bible, Matthew 22:37-40). Being a peacemaker requires not just thinking, but acting. And the letter and spirit of God’s law shows us how to act in a way that produces peace (Bible, Matthew 5:21-26, 38-48).
Bible, Romans prophesied some of the elements of this way of peace, it is as below:
“Be of the same mind toward one another. Do not set your mind on high things, but associate with the humble. Do not be wise in your own opinion. Repay no one evil for evil. Have regard for good things in the sight of all men. If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men. Beloved, do not avenge yourselves, but rather give place to wrath; for it is written, ‘Vengeance is Mine, I will repay,’ says the Lord.
“Therefore ‘If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him a drink; for in so doing you will heap coals of fire on his head.’ Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good” (Bible, Romans 12:16-21).
Striving to live in harmony, not allowing pride to stir up conflicts, leaving revenge to God, serving our enemies—these are challenging assignments, but they are essential to the way of peace.
Many other biblical passages detail the attitude and approach of the peacemaker.
2. Grow in godly wisdom.
Bible, James prophesied, wars come from our selfish desires and gave more information about the way of peace.
“But the wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, willing to yield, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality and without hypocrisy. Now the fruit of righteousness is sown in peace by those who make peace” (Bible, James 3:17-18).
James used eight Greek words here to describe the wisdom that comes from above, and they each counteract the type of worldly wisdom that is “full of bitter envy and self-seeking” (Bible, James 3:14) that leads to confusion, fights and war. Let’s focus on the Greek word irenics, the second word in the list, the one translated “peaceable.” Its root word, when it is used of men, basically means right relationships between man and man, and between man and God.
What does James mean by: “The fruit of righteousness is sown in peace by those who make peace”?
“Let us remember that peace, eirene, means right relationships between man and man. So, then, what James is saying is this, ‘We are all trying to reap the harvest which a good life brings. But the seeds which bring the rich harvest can never flourish in any atmosphere other than one of right relationships between man and man. And the only people who can sow these seeds and reap the reward are those whose life work it has been to produce such right relationships.’ That is to say, nothing good can ever grow in an atmosphere where men are at variance with one another. A group where there is bitterness and strife is a barren soil in which the seeds of righteousness can never grow and out of which no reward can ever come.”
3. Grow in godly love.
Bible, 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 has prophesied for peace. All 15 of the elements of love described in verses 4-7 are worthy of intense study. But let’s focus on two of them. Bible, 1 Corinthians 13: 5 says love “does not behave gracelessly; it does not insist on its rights; it never flies into a temper; it does not store up the memory of any wrong it has received.”
Here’s what he says about “love never flies into a temper.” “The real meaning of this is that true love never becomes exasperated with people. Exasperation is always a sign of defeat. When we lose our tempers, we lose everything. It has prophesied that it was the test of a man if he could keep his head when everyone else was losing his and blaming it on him, and if when he was hated he did not give way to hating. The man who is master of his temper can be master of anything.”
Love does not store up the memory of any wrong it has received. The word translated store up  is an accountant’s word. It is the word used for entering an item in a ledger so that it will not be forgotten. That is precisely what so many people do. One of the great arts in life is to learn what to forget. … Many people nurse their wrath to keep it warm; they brood over their wrongs until it is impossible to forget them. God’s love has to learn the great lesson of forgetting.
If we learn these lessons of love, of controlling our tempers and fighting the desire for revenge, we will be able to practice and later to teach these essential components of the way of peace.
Anger and revenge lie behind so many of the fights and wars going on in the world today. What if one asked us to stand between the warring factions in areas like the Holy Land, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Nigeria or South Sudan? We need to understand these biblical principles so we can help others learn to calm their anger and put away their generations-long cycle of revenge.
4. Seek the mind of Lord.
Bible, Philippians 2:3-5 prophesied about the Human relations “Let nothing be done through selfish ambition or conceit, but in lowliness of mind let each esteem others better than himself. Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others. Let this mind be in you which was also in Lord.”
The way of peace, coupled with the justice and mercy of God’s government in the coming Kingdom of God, will provide effective conflict resolution on the personal and national level. Ultimately, every conflict can have a solution that will benefit all parties for eternity.
We can learn from those who have met the challenge of reaching workable solutions in conflict resolution.
Think about when Abraham and lot had become prosperous, and their herds began competing for the grazing land. There was strife between the herdsmen of Abraham and the herdsmen of lot. So Abraham gave lot first choice of the land! That sounds like an inequitable solution, but God made it work out for the good for Abraham as well because of his desire for peace and his generosity. (Bible, Genesis 13:1-17.)
God’s desire is to bless His people with peace. (Bible, Psalm 29:11) But the problem is, “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Bible, Romans 3:23). Since God is the One who gives us peace, sin separates us from the Source of our peace. If sin is within us, we cannot receive peace from God. Since, God loves you, He wants you to know Him so He can fill you with peace and give you real life.
God gives peace to the sinful and for that you must confess your sins to God and ask Him to forgive you and to help you change your ways.

Way of doing undivided devotional service

Lord said in Gita 11:54 – Only by undivided devotional service can I be understood as I am, standing before you, and can thus be seen directly. Now question is “what is the way of doing undivided devotional service?”

There are six way of doing undivided devotional service:-
(1) Pray to the God (प्रार्थना) (2) Worship (पूजा) (3) Praise the God (स्तुति) (4) Kirtan (कीर्तन) (5) Listening Katha (कथा श्रवण) (6) Remember (स्मरण)
(1) Pray to the God (प्रार्थना): Remember to God in Brahm Muhurt as you get up, give thanks to Him and praise Him desire-free.(Shrimad Bhagawatam Maha Puran 7 ;10:9)
(2) Worship (पूजा): After taking bath, pray to God desire-free and remember His roopam. Those who are praying to God for fulfilling their desire, are a complete businessman and their attitude are giving & taking . (Shrimad Bhagawatam Maha Puran 7 ;10:1-4)
(3)Praise the God (स्तुति) : Praise the God and tell Him – O! Lord, I am giving you thanks because You have called me.
(4) Kirtan (कीर्तन) : Do kirtan by using the name of God in disturb-free place.
(5) Listening Katha (कथा श्रवण) : For this attend the of Saga.
(6)Remember (स्मरण) : Offer your all karma in Lord alone  (Gita 9:27-28; Shrimad Bhagawatam Maha Puran 1;5 :32,34)

What your need?

                                                                                                                        Ishwar Putra Arun

God has created four places  – (1) Anami – GODSELF (2) Sachch Khand/Akaal (3) Maha-Kaal and (4) Kaal/Pind Desh

You have to select the place according to your need. The place to whom you select, will be your final goal. And you will reach that place by doing your effort.
*Anami – GODSELF / Real Golok Dham
*Sachch Khand/Akaal :There are three Lokas in this place – (1) Agam (2) Alakh (3) Sat – Lok
*Maha-Kaal :- There are three Lokas in this place – (1) Bhanwar Gupha / Soham Brahm / Nih Akshar (2) Maha – Shunya (3) Shunya / Ra ram Brahm / Akshar
*Kaal/Pind Desh :- There are three Lokas in this place – (1) BRAHMAND (CAUSAL)/ Ati Sukshm (2) SUBTLE/Sukshm (3) PIND (PHYSICAL)
(1) BRAHMAND (CAUSAL)/ Ati Sukshm: There are two places in this Brahmand Causal – (1) Dasam Dwar / Kshar (2) Trikuti / Maya Brahm / Aum-kar
(2) SUBTLE/Sukshm– There are three places in this Brahmand – (1) Jyoti Niranjan (2) Sahas – Dal – Kanwal (3) THIRD EYE
Jiva has follen into the cage of Kaal and Kaal has put the attractive food – Desire, Anger, Lust and Attachment to eat. Jiva are engaged in taking these attractive foods. One day Kaal comes and swallows the Jiva.

Now you have to select the place according to your need. The place to whom you select,  you will reach the same by doing your effort.

Actual distance from Earth to Anami Lok – Ishwar Pura Arun


नामी लोक में जाने के लिए सही मार्ग एवं दूरी 

(191करोड़ 40 लाख योजन; 1 योजन = १२ किलो मीटर)

(191Crore  40 Lakh Yojan) 
[1 yojan = 12 kilo Meter]

1. (Anami / अनामी) – GOD SELF
100 Crore yojan
2. (Agam /अगम )  – From 2 to 4 Sach Khand ; Avinashi Lok
50 Crore yojan
3. (Alakh / अलख)
18 crore 25 Lakh yojan
4. (Sat Lok / सत लोक )
12 Crore yojan
5. (Tapo  Lok / तपो  लोक)
8 Crore yojan
6. (Jan Lokजन लोक )
Crore yojan
7. ( Mahar Lok / महर्लोक )
Crore yojan
8.(Dhruv  Lok / ध्रुव लोक ) – from 8 o 17 – 14 Lakh yojan Swarg  Lok (स्वः) 
1 Lakh yojan
9. (Sapt – rishi Mandal / सप्तऋषि मंडल)
1 Lakh yojan
10. (Shani/ Satern/शनि)
2  Lakh yojan
11. (Jupiter / बृहस्पति)
2  Lakh yojan
12. (Mars / Mangal / मंगल)
2  Lakh yojan
13. (Sukra /शुक्र)
2  Lakh yojan
14. (Budh / बुध)
2  Lakh yojan
15. (Whole Knashtra Mandal/सम्पूर्ण नक्षत्र मंडल)
1 Lakh yojan
16. (Moon / चन्द्र मंडल)
1 Lakh yojan
17. (Sun/सूर्य मंडल)
1 Lakh yojan – भुवर्लोक (भूवः) 
18. (Earth / पृथ्वी) –  भू: 

God will make all things new

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We have put our leg in 2016. It is the time for the battle of GOOD & EVIL. God has shared His  secrets with me “Behold, I will make the all things new”. God wants to do new things in the lives of His children. And He will surely do the same for the people. Thus keep your faith  and develop a closer relationship with God through Prayer and repent for doing  mistake & for doing sin. Live each day through the guidance of the Holy Spirit expecting new things. They shall come to pass according to the Word said in Bible, Isaiah 43:19, “See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up.” Lord said in Bible, Rev. 21:5 God sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new. And he said unto me, Write: for these words are true and faithful.

People can never bring new blessings by ourselves. When the Holy Spirit renews us every day, new blessings reach us automatically. In order that we should not become weary and get destroyed, the Lord is renewing the inner man by His Holy Spirit. This is going to happen to you all through this blessed year.

According to His promise, He is making everything new. In His grace, compassion and out of His great love for you, He will fill you with His  Spirit, this Year. He will renew your inner man.

What exactly is it that God has done for you that no one else on earth can? He has wiped the slate clean. With man it is hard to forget wrongs, no matter how hard you try, or how much you pay, there is always someone somewhere who remembers what you did who is unwilling to let it go and forget about it, whereas with God, when He forgives He also no longer has a need to call it to mind. It is all written in the Holy book which holds the story of our lives. One day we will remember with tears during the judgment all of our sins and failings, but we are encouraged to know that Lord is right there with us receiving again and He is ready to give His glory to whom those are repenting for their committing sin and keep faith in God, so for them until judgment it’s like it never happened.

God wants us to know the simplicity of His plan; that everything has been taken care of, that His grace and salvation are made just for us and they are free. Not because of anything we did or didn’t do. He loved us and saw us in our misery and gave us salvation and then He made us a new creation, a triangle that can never again fit into a square life, to Him the old life means nothing! It doesn’t matter whether we were a good person who never broke the law, or the most evil person on the face of the earth, once you are forgiven and made new that’s all that counts to Him, the new creation. Now if you committed crimes that earned you time in jail, God may rescue you from it, or give you a purpose to fulfill behind bars.  We don’t earn salvation; He gives it freely to all who love Him. Once you’re saved, all you have to do is abide in Him, live a life worthy of the offering He gave. You don’t have to keep getting saved, it’s like applying for a job that you already have all over again, nothing you can do will make Him love you more. Just be what He called you to be and do the task He has given you, willingly with joy and love, and nothing you have done will make Him close the door,  unless you openly reject Him and spit in His face by continuing to be rebellious and unsubmissive to the life He gave you to save you from Hell. Bible, Galatians 6 : 15prophesied – Neither circumcision nor uncircumcision means anything; what counts is a new creation.

God does not promise joyful circumstances, but He does promise joy in the circumstances, you just have to look for it. And what greater joy is there than to know that you are where the Lord wants you to be and you are doing what God has called you to do and having a joyful attitude about it besides? That is what counts: not where you are or what the job is, but that you rejoice in it.

Bible, Rev. 21:1-5 prophesied – Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more. And I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband; and I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, “Behold, the dwelling of God is with men. He will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself will be with them; he will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning nor crying nor pain any more, for the former things have passed away.” And he who sat upon the throne said, “Behold I make all things new.” Also he said, “Write this, for these words are trustworthy and true.” And he said to me, “It is done! I am the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end. To the thirsty I will give from the fountain of the water of life without payment. He who conquers shall have this heritage, and I will be his God and he shall be my son.

There are Four  Ways in Which God Will Make All Things New; it is as below:

The  purpose of God for creation and for His people will not be complete until all things are made new and the glory of the Lord fills them all. In Bible, Rev 21:5 God says, “Behold, I make all things new.” And He enforces the certainty of it in two ways. He is sitting on His throne when He says it—the throne of the universe. “He who sat upon the throne said, ‘Behold I make all things new.'” And after He had said it, He added, “Write this, for these words are trustworthy and true.” So God wants us to read this and be sure of it. He wants us to have assurance that no matter how much evil and suffering and futility we see now, He will make all things new.

Let’s look at four ways the newness is coming:

1. Spiritually and Morally New

God is going to make us spiritually and morally new and glorious.

The Greatest Frustration of This Age is before us. The greatest frustration of this age is that we are still doing sin. Bible, Romans 7 describes this painful truth. According to the Romans 7 : 23–24: “I delight in the law of God in my inmost self, but I see in my members another law at war with the law of my mind.” This war is the most frustrating thing about life in this age—at least it is for the children of God. We want to be holy and we fall short of the holiness we long for. We want to love and we say hurtful things. We want to worship and we feel cold. We want to walk in peace and we feel anxiety. We want to be pure in thought and impurity bombards our minds. There is some progress as the Spirit helps us in our weakness. But what we long for is deliverance from this bent to sinning.

Vision of the Beautified Bride:

That is what God promises when He makes all things new. We will be made spiritually and morally new—not just partially as now, but wholly. Look at Rev. 21:2: “And I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband.”

This is a picture of the Lord’s temple prepared and beautified for her husband, Lord God. When God makes all things new, He makes the Lord’s temple—the people of God—spiritually and morally beautiful for His Son. Look at the way this is described in Bible, Rev. 21 9–11:

 Then came one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls full of the seven last plagues, and spoke to me, saying, “Come, I will show you the Bride, the wife of the Lamb.” 

And in the Spirit he carried me away to a great, high mountain, and showed me the holy city Jerusalem coming down out of heaven from God (the same image as in Rev. 21: 2), 

having the glory of God, its radiance like a most rare jewel, like a jasper, clear as crystal.

When God makes the bride ready for the Son, the way he does it is by giving us His glory—Rev. 21: 11: “having the glory of God.” And this glory will purify us so deeply and so thoroughly that we will be like a rare jewel, clear as crystal. Don’t you long for the day when you will be so good and so right and so pure that you will be like a translucent jewel that people will look at and see straight through without seeing any impurity at all? Nothing hidden and nothing shameful.

That’s the first way the newness is coming. God will make us spiritually and morally beautiful for our final marriage with His Son.

2. Physically and Bodily New

Second, God is going to make us physically and bodily new and glorious.

The Bible does not teach that the final state of glory is one of disembodied spirits. He wanted it that way because they thought the body was a drag on the freedom of the spirit. But the Bible teaches a very different destiny for God’s people. God will make all things new—including our bodies.

Bible, Rev. 21: 4 points in this direction: “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning nor crying nor pain any more, for the former things have passed away.”

No more death. No more pain. No more tears. What that means is that the body we know now will be changed. Because it dies. And it hurts. And it cries. If death is gone and pain is gone and tears are gone, then the body as we know it here is gone. That may sound like Plato—good riddance to the body of pain. Revelation is plain that the point is not good riddance to the body but that God will make all things new.

A Glorified Body Like Lord’s

Paul put it like this in Bible, Philippians 3:20-21

Our commonwealth is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord, who will change the body of our lowliness to be like the body of His glory, according to the working by which he is able to subdue all things to Himself.

It is prophesied in Bible “We shall certainly be united to him in a resurrection like his.” It is a new body: it will never die again, it will never hurt again, it will never cry again—except perhaps for joy.

There are a lot of people who feel that they didn’t get a fair shake when the bodies were passed out. Some people have dramatic deformities, some have lost limbs, some are paralyzed, some can’t hear, some can’t see, some have extensive skin blemishes, some have freakish distortions. But God has no intention of leaving anybody in that condition if they will trust him. He has his purposes in letting a man be born blind and leaving him blind for much of his adult life (Bible, John 9:1). But He has no intention of leaving anyone with pain and disability who trusts in Him.

Now question is When God makes all things new, He makes our bodies new?

3. The New Creation

Third, God is going to make the creation new and glorious.

This is the point of Bible, Rev. 21: 1: “Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more.” I don’t think this means that God picks us up and takes us to a new solar system—though he certainly could if he wanted to. The hope of the prophets seems to be that this earth and these heavens will be made new. God will renovate the whole thing—a kind of global rehab project. And everything futile and evil and painful will be done away.

Paul put it like this in Bible, Romans 8:21 “The creation itself will be set free from its bondage to decay and obtain the liberty of the glory of the children of God.” The newness and the glory of the Lord’s temple, the children of God, is primary and first. But then God promises that the glory of His people will demand a glorious creation to live in. So the fallen creation will obtain the very freedom from futility and evil and pain that the Lord’s temple is given.

So when God makes all things new, He makes us new spiritually and morally, He makes us new physically, and then He makes the whole creation new so that our environment fits our perfected spirits and bodies.

4. A New Relationship with God

God will make our relationship with him new and glorious.

John tells us about this in Bible, Rev. 21: 3 “I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, ‘Behold, the dwelling of God is with men. He will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God Himself will be with them.”

It’s true that God is with us now. His Spirit dwells in us (Bible, 1 Corinthians 6:19). Lord promised never to leave us to the end of the age (Bible, Metthew 28:20). But in Bible, 2 Corinthians 5:6-7 Paul said, “While we are at home in the body, we are away from the Lord, here we walk by faith and not by sight.”

So there is a deep and painful sense in which we are “away from the Lord”—we do not see as we will one day see. “Blessed are the pure in heart,” Lord said, “for they shall see God.” It’s a promise. Something greater is coming for all of us in our relation with God.

How many times will a little child say what we all feel, “But daddy, I can’t see Him”? That is a real heart cry that we should never lose. Bible, Rev. 22:4 gives the answer to it: “They shall see His face and His name shall be on their foreheads.”

When God makes all things new, He will make us spiritually and morally as pure as flawless crystal, He will give us a body like the body of His glory, He will renovate all creation to take all futility and evil and pain out of it, and finally He Himself will come to us and let us see His face. And so forever and ever we will live with pure hearts and glorious bodies on a new earth in the presence and the glory of our heavenly Father.