When we have a guarantor, he becomes our safeguard.
IFwe could understand exactly what happened in
Paradise and the loss of relationship we had with God, we would run and remain
in his presence never to do what Adam and Eve did in the Garden of Eden again.
Perhaps by means of this example I will clarify it a little more: when we are
going to make a mortgage, the first guarantor before the bank is the real
estate itself. But, we have to bring a couple more people who with their houses
guarantee that we will pay the economic commitment that we are acquiring with
the bank. If at any time we fail, the bank will take away the property and
claim the money from our guarantees, therefore, we acquire a perpetual
commitment to those who have been our guarantors of life. Something similar
happens with our lives: from the moment we are born our guarantor or guarantor
of life is God himself, but at some point we fail and immediately give our
guarantee of life to the adversary. For this reason, we begin to oppress and
subjugate others as reflected in the biblical narratives. Christ died for us to
give us freedom and not so that we live subject to anything or anyone. Of
course, we are not expected to be the ones to subdue others.
"But it will not be so among you, but
whoever wants to become great among you will be your servant,"
Mark 10. 43
Hence the importance of never forgetting where
we came from. Many went through drugs, alcohol, an immoral life, in short,
everyone knows what they have lived. But remembering that we have been rescued
from hell and now we enjoy the peace and tranquillity that only exists in God's
Heaven, it makes life easier for others, they will also live it. But when
religiosity absorbs and oppresses us, it makes us forget the hole from which we
have come. But giving ourselves to others and putting them first in service
will help us to be an example for others.
"And whoever of you wants to be first, he
will be the servant of all."
Mark 10. 44
Serving is easier than we think. In many cases,
a smile will be enough in a moment of anguish to transmit the power of the Holy
Spirit. Sharing coffee with a friend and giving good advice will help us spread
the kingdom of Christ. How about giving a heartbroken hug a hug? Or what if we
visited the elderly and orphans? It is not necessary to wear a robe or cassock
to serve, it is necessary to have a willing heart and God will provide the
God bless you.
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