Love others in the same way that you want to be loved.
RECIPROCITYconsists of a mutual correspondence of one person or thing with another.
When we break that rule, justice is misaligned and we believe we are superior
to others. The kingdom of heaven, reciprocity is a permanent constant between
human beings and God. However, between God and human, history has shown that it
is a complete lack of reciprocity, since God always gives more than he receives
and of course, is always willing to continue giving much more, to the point of
giving the life of his Son Jesus Christ as payment for the sin committed in
Paradise. Our disinterest in maintaining reciprocity with both heaven and human
beings, instead of giving us an advantage, leaves us in an inferior position.
Let us remember the one who wants to be the first must be the last, in the same
way, whoever puts himself first, putting selfishness first, will be the last.
"For he who is not against us, he is for
Mark 9. 40
After Jesus of Nazareth revealed to his
disciples about his near death and in that deep teaching process that he had
framed against them, it was time to give them a refresher on reciprocity. There
were three short messages, but of such depth that the Apostle Peter was marked
forever and was a matter of constant preaching. For this reason, Mark cannot put
aside this teaching and wrote it so that in the twenty-first century we would
enjoy this principle and learn to apply it.
"And whoever gives you a glass of water in
my name, because you belong to Christ, truly I say to you that he will not lose
Mark 9. 41
Now, the religious system has taught us to give
without expecting anything in return. But, that is a lie like a house, all
human beings do and expect something, first from heaven and of course from
those against whom we commit it. Expecting an act of gratitude or respect for
those we have served is the least we want and seek. Although heaven corresponds
to us with blessings that we did not expect, there is always a bad taste in our
mouths when someone we have given our love through service, leaves us with a
kick in the butt and we do not receive that expected reciprocity. We have to
learn to let go of those wounds caused by those ungrateful that come our way in
life. Let us take these bitter situations before the Cross of Calvary and leave
them there, that heaven will take care of giving us the just, average and
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