Don’t speak…

An illustration depicting the serene acceptance of Jesus Christ in Matthew 27:14, embodying the strength of silence and trust in God’s plan, symbolizing the spiritual journey of faith and the concept of surrendering to divine will amidst trials.

“He answered him to never a word.”

—Matthew 27:14

Jesus had the opportunity to clear His name yet he chose not to utter a word in his own defense, as to not interfere with what has already been ordained and accepted…

That’s how you let Jah’ handle it; you will find people will try to subject you to the bondage that they themselves remained entangled in….men who wrestle with your restoration secretly wrestle with their own, thus it doesn’t seam plausible to them….

We do a disservice to the sign and wonder of Jah’s work by trying to explain it to a carnally minded man unable to grasp the spiritual work of the blood & cross; until they themselves fully cross over….once you cross over keep it over your shoulder while marching forward. Let all hate, spite, vengeance, pain, revenge be nailed to it while in the acting of carrying it.

Simply tell them charge it to the cross, while allow God to send you to your Joppa with clear instructions based on your future, while stuck men stay soiled in their own past…

I was Guilty as Charged; until all things became new….now forever in debt to walk in #agape love, as the scripture and HolySprit gives us the details of what that looks like….not a flawed Pharisee or Scribe

Luke 9:23

Then he said to the crowd, “If any of you wants to be my follower, you must give up your own way, take up your cross daily, and follow me.


1. Embrace Silence as Strength (Proverbs 17:28): “Even a fool, when he holds his peace, is counted wise: and he that shuts his lips is esteemed a man of understanding.” Silence can be a powerful form of wisdom, allowing us to reflect more deeply on God’s work in and through us, rather than engaging in every dispute or defense.

2. Trust in God’s Vindication (Isaiah 53:7): “He was oppressed, and he was afflicted, yet he opened not his mouth: he is brought as a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers is dumb, so he openeth not his mouth.” Like Jesus, we are called to trust in God’s plan and timing for our lives, including when we face misunderstanding or persecution. Our silent trust in God’s justice serves as a testament to our faith.

3. Find Peace in God’s Sovereignty (Philippians 4:7): “And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” By focusing our minds on the finished work of Christ and His ultimate sacrifice, we find a peace that transcends the need for immediate defense or vindication. This peace acts as a shield for our hearts and minds, keeping us centered in the midst of accusation or misunderstanding.


Embrace the full gospel and your full testimony it’s all needed, nothing wasted…Romans8:28


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