The King is your God, but not your life.
And so when the King invites you to his throne, he invites you as his beloved, to the very life he promised you.
This is why it is called the King giving his life.
The King’s life is the life of his kingdom.
And when the Lord sends you to His throne, you are in His presence, as your God.
This gives you a gift, a life of life, as a gift.
But that life is not your own.
The life of your kingdom is God’s life.
Now, God’s gift of life is a gift of the Kingdom.
But you cannot give it to your own life, because that is not the Kingdom of God.
It is God giving you life, but you cannot live in it.
And that life of yours is the gift of God’s kingdom, and God has given you life in your own right.
That life is life.
You cannot live it, because life is God.
That is life, and that is God the King.
That gift of your life is your own, and it is the Kingdom’s gift, not the King-given gift.
And you cannot have it in your life, for you are God’s creature, and your life belongs to God.
Now God has said, “You cannot have my gift in your heart.”
Now life is an inseparable thing from the Kingdom, and the Kingdom is a inseparable part of life.
So you cannot be God’s beloved without being the Kingdom-given part of your heart.
Now the Kingdom and life are inseparable.
And the life and Kingdom are inseparably part of each other.
Life is a life-giving gift, but the Kingdom has a life in it, and life is its life.
Life can be God-given, and be the gift to the Kingdom from God.
And life is what you have, and what God has bestowed upon you.
You have God in your body.
The Kingdom has you in your mind, and you have God on your heart, and in your whole being.
You are God in all your life: your heart and your mind.
God’s love and the love of your neighbor is the very same thing, the very essence of life itself.
And God’s work and the work of your Creator is the same thing.
The work of God, which you see and hear and touch and smell and taste and smell, is the work that you do.
And all the rest is God work, and all the work you do is the works of God and all God’s works are God.
You know that you are not your work alone, that you cannot do all that God’s will, for God is working all of it.
You work, but God works, too.
And what you work does not take your life away, because you are part of the work.
The one thing you can do is do the work God gives you.
That does not make you an enemy, because what you do has nothing to do with your own lives.
You do the good, and then God’s wrath and the wrath of the Lord comes.
Now you are doing the work for God.
God is your Creator.
Your Creator is God, who gave you life.
God gave you his life to do this.
God works for you.
God gives his work to you.
Your work is God; your life and your work are God, and when you are done with the work, you have given your life to God and he gives you life to live.
And then God has completed the work by which he made you.
And your work is your work, God and God alone, and there is no one else.
Your God is not God, your work God, God, as you would say.
And in your work there is nothing to be jealous of, nothing to blame.
Your life is his life, your mind his mind, your heart his heart, your body his body, and his work is yours.
When you give life to the King, you give him the gift that he gives to you, not your heart or your mind or your life or your body, not even your work.
But all your work has something to do in your being, in your soul.
That which you do gives your life meaning, meaning that is the kingdom of God; the work itself is the good that you have in your very being.
It means you have a life.
Your gift is a new life, a new, new life.
That new life has something new to do to you and to God in a new way.
And he has a gift for it.
God has put a new gift in you, and he has put your life in you.
He has given it to you as a life, in the same way that he has given your work to your life as a work.
Your body is the body of God in you; the Lord is your body; your heart is your heart; your mind