1. If our Lord Jesus had come short of loving Judas Iscariot on one occasion, the devil would have known it because such conversations sound loud in the realm of the spirit, and He would have ceased to be a blameless Lamb of sacrifice (Matt. 26:48-50; Jn. 13:1). So also, seasons, when the gospel of everlasting life is being unveiled, are those where the devil will accuse us—whenever we come short of loving men and brethren as we ought to (Matt. 5:44-48; Rev. 12:10b, 2Pet. 3:14).
2. The seasons when everlasting life is being unveiled are those when the beautiful and victorious feet (walk) of the Lord Jesus would be laid bare before us. And that is also when the infirmities in the soul of men will become evident to us, especially those that can be traced to iniquity within and without us (Isa. 52:7; Heb. 4:12-13; Rev. 3:8).
3. One of the ways that every sanctified believer who has profited from the feast of Charity would resist the devil and overcome the tendency to seek things that can still gratify our imperfect nature, is by using the commandments of everlasting life to selflessly handle things that bother on praise, honor, and glory (1Cor. 13:4-8, Jn. 8:50, 1Pet. 1:7).
4. A believer, who will overcome iniquity, is one who has to excel in judging himself daily like Paul did; one who will acknowledge that he still has unknown tendencies to respond to his own lust (iniquity), because he is yet to totally disown corruption or become incorruptible, even by fully partaking of the divine nature (Acts 24:16, Jam. 1:14, 2 Pet. 1:4)
5. When God wants to bless or increase authority upon a man, He positions Him in a place of service—where he is meant to do everything as unto the Lord (Col. 3:23). And so, anything we do outside this, is informed by unknown sins or tendencies to gratify self within us, all because of our inability to use the word of God to see through the motives and intents of what we do and don’t don(2 Cor. 4:2, Jam. 4:1-3, Heb. 4:12-13).
6. The giving of everlasting life to every company of believers whose mind have been tattooed with the faith of the Son (of God), is so that we can become sons of love who can faithfully or selflessly handle praise, honor, and glory (1Jn. 3:1-2, 1Pet. 1:7). And such are those who would become sons of love (God); those who would be shown the mercy of God to see the eternal Son; who must have used every measure of everlasting life to pass from death unto life (1Jn. 2-3, Jude vs. 21, 1Jn. 3:14).
7. The season when we commune and repent daily like David and apostle Paul did, about those ways and hidden natures that we previously didn’t know about, is one when the light of the everlasting gospel has begun to expose a law, love, and tendency called iniquity (Psa. 51: 1-19/86:3, Rom. 7:21-24, 2:16, Isa. 6:5-7). Then would God the judge of all keep coming to us with the judgments of everlasting righteousness, to help us see the many sides of the mystery of iniquity—and how it will come to an end (Heb. 12:22-23, Dan. 9:24).
8. Going into perfection is moving into a season of a higher obedience, where we use the light of love rather than use the light of faith (Heb. 6:1, Jam. 1:17, Rom. 16:19a). While doing so, we would skillfully judge the hidden things of dishonesty and limit the adversary from accusing us or laying blame on our service unto God (2Cor. 4:2, Rev. 12:10, Phil. 2:12-15).
9. The reason why we can’t see God’s love all around us and men is because we can’t see how God saves; how He is saving us and men through seasons of delays, denials, and of seemingly unanswered prayers (Ps. 74:12, Rom. 8:28, Lk. 3:6). The knowledge of salvation, or of the truth that is in the Father, or of the unknown, is the only prescription for this, for therein is the comfort of the true light that would help us see the end of all things (1Pet. 1:9b, 1Cor. 13:12e, 1Jn. 2:8).
10. Most buildings and houses on earth were built by men who hadn’t been inwardly built by at least the revelation of the Christ—or of the Son of God; men who were passionately restless—having not know the first rest that is found in the Christ the Son of faith, or the last rest that is found in the beloved Son of love (Matt 16:16, 11:28-29, 16:16, Heb. 3:4).