Jesus for President (Part 1)


I’m officially sick of politics.

Lies. Deception. Failure to follow through on definite promises. The same old slogans. Selling hope but delivering the opposite. Outdated leaders that don’t understand the people. ‘The better of two evils’ is often how we describe the candidates.

And us Aussies don’t like any of our leaders. We’ve had something ridiculous like 6 prime minsters in the last 7 years (a new record mind you). We just can’t make our minds up. Nobody truly leads with authority. Nobody really makes us want to follow them. The real issues aren’t being properly addressed.

Can I hear an amen?

We just want a fair shake of the sauce bottle. But there’s certainly an aspect where we have to just put up with it. Attempting to overthrow all of the world’s governments is not a good idea. I repeat: not a good idea.

We should consider our government and authority with respect, praying they rule justly. Yet, their rule is just temporary. No government is lasting, secure or faultless.

“The kingdom of heaven is near” – Jesus (Mark 1:15)

Except this one.

Here we have Jesus putting in his ballot paper. Publicly declaring to everyone his full confidence in this kingdom. The line has been drawn.

And even more than that, Jesus promises nothing in this world can rival this kingdom of heaven (Matthew 5:10-11). Not some cheap knock-off or temporary rule of a government with an average leader.

This is the real deal.

Now, we place a lot of different thoughts onto the word kingdom. Medieval stuff like castles, knights, and drawbridges with shark infested waters. But kingdom in its simplest form is just a shortened form of King’s Dominion. 

The activity and reign of the King.

So when Jesus said the kingdom of heaven is near, it can actually be taken literally. Jesus was physically with the people. Therefore, the kingdom was literally near. So if we want to find out what this kingdom is all about, we should look to the activity of the king. We should look to the works and words of Jesus.

Let’s find out how worthy a candidate this Jesus is.


Without trying to be too blunt, there’s seriously no competition in the race for best PM and government when Jesus is in the picture. And in the end, our vote doesn’t determine his rule and reign. This baby is happening.

The ball is in your court to decide whether you want to be part of His government. So without further ado, here’s Part 1 of why Jesus is by far the best leader the world has and will ever see:

  • He is a down-to-earth, humble, servant hearted leader.

Down-to-earth is defined as practical, humble, unpretentious and reasonable.

Jesus defines down-to-earth in more ways than one. First of all, Jesus literally came down from heaven to earth (John 6:38). I honestly don’t know what is more down-to-earth than that.

Secondly, Jesus didn’t take up heaps of sweet privileges as a king might be expected to. He was born in a stable to a poor couple. A carpenter, hard worker. He experienced the common struggles of man. Not pretentious or snobby at all. Jesus experienced life, all of the pain and suffering that comes with it.

Jesus is down-to-earth personified.


Furthermore, Jesus came in complete humility and servant leadership.

He hung out with the lowest. He fed the needy. He healed the sick. He washed the disciples feet. Jesus took the humble position of a slave by consistently looking to the needs of others (Phillipians 2:4-7).

And what’s crazy is that Jesus literally redefined humility. No joke.

Around the time of Jesus, the Roman Empire was flying on all cylinders. And to them, any form of humility was a sign of weakness. According to John Dickson (historian), humility in roman culture was odd and regarded as a perversion of natural order.

However, historians have observed a new word that “coincidentally” began circulation around the time Jesus died. This word was lowered (or humility). Interestingly, it was used in a positive sense to define a form of greatness.

Considering the roman culture of the time, this new definition was extremely odd. Completely counter cultural. Historians have found no way to explain this radical redefinition except for one conclusion:

Humility without Jesus doesn’t make sense.

  • He cares for all people

You would think someone as famous, complete, and sought after as Jesus wouldn’t have time for those on the fringes of society.


He looked to all people. The liars, the prostitutes, the injured and disabled, the children, the ordinary, the people of authority. Jesus identified with these people. He spent time with them. Ate lunch with such people.

Why does Jesus consistently look to the lives of the outcasts?

Jesus was ushering in his kingdom and its values. In his kingdom, there is no hierarchy or social ladder. Everyone is equal. Jesus said the greatest in his kingdom will take the humble and lowly position of a child (Matthew 18:4).

Essentially Jesus is referring back to the beatitudes, where he stated those who are poor in spirit and realise their need for God will inherit the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 5:3).


How awesome that is. To enter into God’s kingdom, we don’t need to be wealthy. We don’t need to have great social presence, or heaps of awesome skills. In fact, we can be the complete opposite.

All God requires is we position ourselves as we are – flawed, lowly, ordinary – and put our faith in him. God accepts and loves everyone who comes to him, evidenced through the works of Jesus.

Anyone is welcome into his kingdom.

  • He rules with justice, fairness and authority

Many times history records people who were amazed by the way Jesus led.

After Jesus finished preaching the sermon on the mount, it records the crowds as being ‘amazed at his teaching, for he taught with real authority – quite unlike their teachers of religious law’ (Matthew 7:28).

The people recognised something different about Jesus. This Jesus dude actually cared about the people, unlike the religious teachers. That was the first difference they noticed.

Never had the world seen humble, servant leadership coexist with absolute authority.

What they also saw was that he wasn’t some wishy-washy, tolerate everything sort of guy. Despite his loving nature, his policies were hardline. Uncompromising.

They didn’t see a man that just knew his policies well, but exemplified them perfectly. They saw a man that didn’t just claim to love all people, but actually loved them. They saw a man that stood for justice not just in word, but in action.

Jesus led by example. And the world hasn’t been the same since.


Head over to Part 2 of this series, as we cover three more reasons why Jesus and his Kingdom are unrivalled


99 thoughts on “Jesus for President (Part 1)

  1. Heart of Gold Production Company October 31, 2016 / 12:47 pm

    “The kingdom of heaven is near” can also be translated as “The kingdom of heaven is within you”. We must become the image of Jesus and reflect Him into the world. The responsibility lies with us. The meaning of “the kingdom within” is mysitcal in every sense. If one partakes of the the Holy Eucharist then they can be assured that Jesus Christ, in the literal sense, is within, and we become Him as we allow Him to reign in our hearts – Our will becomes His will and the will of the Father. There is no distance between us and heaven – nothing can separate us from the love of God except our own sin. He expects us to allow His power to work through us and affect/effect the world around us. Jesus also said “My kingdom is not of the is world” and was upset with the Jewish expectation that the coming of the Messiah did not mean an earthly king.

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    • Jonathan Camac October 31, 2016 / 12:58 pm

      I have read that different translation. Essentially thought, I believe they both come back to the same core of Jesus. You were spot on when you said we must become the image of Jesus and reflect Him. To follow in the footsteps of Christ is imperative – though we will never do so perfectly. Thanks for your time Heart of Gold! 🙂

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    • Jonathan Camac October 31, 2016 / 1:00 pm

      So true! Unfortunately that is the human default – we so often want concrete, instant results – even if that comes to our detriment. Appreciate your time my friend 🙂

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    • Jonathan Camac October 31, 2016 / 8:53 pm

      Appreciate it Oceans2c7 🙂


  2. willowwrites October 31, 2016 / 2:40 pm

    “So when Jesus said the kingdom of heaven is near, it can actually be taken literally. Jesus was physically with the people. Therefore, the kingdom was literally near.”

    Yes! great insight given to you.

    Amen brother…keep on preachin’ it!

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    • Jonathan Camac October 31, 2016 / 8:52 pm

      thank Willow! Stay tuned for Part 2 sometime in the next week or two 🙂

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  3. David Swan October 31, 2016 / 3:14 pm

    I think there is the literal, the metaphorical and the allegorical. The Kingdom of Heaven is near can relate to our own open hearts accepting Jesus as God manifest hear on earth but true we should also be inspired and be Christ-like in order to create a true Kingdom but no-body gives a shit? Maybe all will fall and a heavenly paradise will emerge some day from this madness.

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    • Jonathan Camac October 31, 2016 / 8:55 pm

      If all of us are truly honest with ourselves, we don’t really know much about it. But by studying the works and words of the King, I think we get to see a fair glimpse of it 🙂 thanks David!


  4. riz October 31, 2016 / 3:55 pm

    and the violent must also take it by force. 🙂

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    • Jonathan Camac October 31, 2016 / 9:41 pm

      the violent must take what by force?


      • riz November 1, 2016 / 1:12 am

        Mark 11:12 KJV “And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force.” – There is a certain tension between resting/trusting in God’s sovereignty and proactivity/vigilance involved in following Jesus. Much like the reformers in the past, when history calls for it, we must step our with a certain zeal to enforce His will. Not on our own strength but as the Holy Spirit leads us and by His grace. It’s like when godly men fight for justice. I see voting the same way, it’s like making a stand for God’s Kingdom. 🙂

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      • Jonathan Camac November 1, 2016 / 4:58 am

        I see what you mean now. You are right – we definitely have no promises that we will avoid suffering in this life. Much the reverse. Jesus himself went through intense suffering so that we could have access to the Kingdom. And he calls us to follow him, not just into death but also life. What a huge task and promise we have. Thanks heaps for your time Riz! 🙂

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      • riz November 4, 2016 / 12:44 am

        Thank you too for your wonderful bible study. 🙂

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  5. Tom October 31, 2016 / 4:03 pm

    Hi Jonathan, Christians in America have a great capacity for mixing faith with nationalistic zeal as if God is in covenant with America in the same way He was/is with Israel. So our elections have heavy religious overtones for many. I keep trying to remind Christians that we became citizens of Heaven and we’re now ambassadors for our King, not patriotic zealots of the earthly nation we happen to be passing through.

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    • Jonathan Camac October 31, 2016 / 9:01 pm

      I have noticed this with American culture Tom, and your short description here is very well stated. Summarises the culture over there pretty accurately. Appreciate your words and interaction with this blog man 🙂

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      • Tom November 1, 2016 / 9:47 am

        Thanks, Jonathan. And I appreciate your interaction with my blog as well!

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      • Jonathan Camac November 1, 2016 / 11:23 am

        No problems!

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  6. TheWayChristianDiscipleship October 31, 2016 / 4:11 pm

    In those days John the Baptist came, preaching in the wilderness of Judea and saying, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has come near.” Matthew 3:1-2

    From that time on Jesus began to preach, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has come near.” Matthew 4:17

    Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved.” Acts 4:12

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    • Jonathan Camac October 31, 2016 / 8:57 pm

      Spot on mate!


    • Jonathan Camac November 1, 2016 / 8:20 pm

      thanks again Dad! 🙂 🙂


  7. DGHDelgado November 1, 2016 / 3:46 pm

    Thank you. I’m from the States and I’ve been telling people that “…if My people will pray…” God can use either one of the candidates because He can change hearts like Nebakadnezzar (sp) and Darius. “Humble, servant leader” with “absolute authority”… I know we won’t get that until Jesus comes. But I’m looking forward to it! 🙂

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    • Jonathan Camac November 1, 2016 / 8:19 pm

      I’m looking forward to it too! Glad this resonated with you man, and all the best with the election and stuff. take heart 🙂

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  8. sja316 November 2, 2016 / 9:53 am

    Jesus for President, praise the Lord. It’s a pity many, many people out there don’t make Jesus their President in their hearts. Jesus would give back too their souls all that has been lost and squandered through their sinful practices. May Jesus reign as president forever. Great post.

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    • Jonathan Camac November 2, 2016 / 10:01 am

      Very true mate. We have full confidence in the eternal rule and reign of Jesus – and that is reason to rejoice. Thanks for your time once again Stephen, appreciate your ongoing reading here 🙂


  9. f3foranswers November 2, 2016 / 9:59 pm

    Yo! I just wanted to come by and say that this was an awesome, AWESOME insightful read, and totally true! It’s unfortunate here in America (it’s awesome that you’re in Australia, by the way) how our leadership somewhat reflects the way we are as a country. I say “somewhat” because, as with any group of people, a part does not entirely reflect the whole all the time. It’s a mess over here, but just as you so wonderfully pointed out in this post, there IS an ultimate leader who far and away is much better to turn to.

    Jesus yo.

    I really thoroughly enjoyed reading this, and I will definitely continue to follow your content and read more of your stuff! Thank you for liking my new blog as well–it is a blessing to be able to reach out to you and others, as we’re all family in Christ.

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    • Jonathan Camac November 2, 2016 / 10:13 pm

      thanks heaps mate! spot on. John Piper said in one of his tweets “Whilst neither candidate deserves to be president, America deserves no better than either. Hence our prayers are for something deeper.” Thank goodness our hope isn’t in this life and the leaders of today!

      No problems man, appreciate your time here 🙂 will give your page a follow too – look forward to hearing from you in the future!

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  10. A Thought runs through it November 3, 2016 / 4:43 am

    Hi. I love your writing and will read it again tomorrow when it’s not quite so late here. I have been very blessed to have spent most of my adult life volunteering in inner-city ministry and in prison ministry. I want to look carefully at your blog site as well. This is all very new to me – and because of the election, I just sort of jumped in without really knowing what I was doing.

    Have a blessed day or night and look forward to reading more soon. Please pray for our country. I know we are in God’s hands, but I also know that He listens to His people.

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    • Jonathan Camac November 3, 2016 / 6:11 am

      That’s awesome! Bet you’ve seen and experienced heaps in those jobs. all good, you are free to check back anytime haha 🙂


  11. Southern by Design November 3, 2016 / 12:50 pm

    Amen!! It is such a frustrating time we live in. A testing of faith, trust that God still is on the throne and His timing is perfect. Great read!

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    • Jonathan Camac November 3, 2016 / 12:58 pm

      It sure is. But like you’ve said, we have full confidence in the eternal reign of Jesus. Thanks for your time! 🙂

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  12. scottraymondsite November 5, 2016 / 11:17 pm

    I totally agree. I was just reminded about His kingdom. It’s here now. We can’t see it because it’s spiritual.

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    • Jonathan Camac November 6, 2016 / 7:45 am

      God is active in the world, the King has smashed death to pieces. So I would suggest the King’s Dominion is very much a case of now, but not yet. Appreciate the time Scott 🙂


  13. AnaGuerrero November 5, 2016 / 11:28 pm

    Amen, I just love your blog. In these days we have to depend only on God and not in men. He is our only salvation and king.

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    • Jonathan Camac November 6, 2016 / 7:48 am

      So true Ana. Thanks heaps for your time and reflection 🙂

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  14. mydarlingmansingh November 6, 2016 / 1:28 pm

    I was on youtube the other say, and a pastor put something in perspective for me: the kingdom of God is here and we are citizens of Heaven sent here to colonize the earth. So for instance wherever the British colonized, British citizens were sent to establish it’s Kingdom, and the current occupents had to then learn British language and customs. We as citizens of Heaven have authority to do the same as we are establishing the kingdom of heaven here on earth. Sadly it seems the world infiltrates the church, and the church becomes like the world instead of the other way around.

    Furthermore, Jesus is a king and heaven is a kingdom, thus making the bible political rather than religious. And how fitting is that at this time? Idk, it was definitely something to think about .

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    • Jonathan Camac November 6, 2016 / 1:38 pm

      definitely some food for thought! your recent post was great by the way, went along similar lines to this one. John Piper gave a sermon on whether Christians are obligated to vote, and he also suggested (through scripture) that we aren’t bound to doing it. Good stuff to wrestle with anyway. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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  15. H.M. Davis November 7, 2016 / 2:39 am

    Good stuff. I had some similar thoughts about the upcoming election in the US, where I live. I won’t lie — it’s a full-on mess over here, but it only serves to remind me with each passing day that I actually belong to the heavenly Kingdom and not to any earthly country anyway. I love how C. S. Lewis talks of this earth as “enemy-occupied territory.” That, at least, becomes clearer with each passing year although it comes as no surprise for any student of God’s Word. We can all know what’s coming may not be comfortable, but it will be good because He is good.

    Love the insight on humility. Very interesting — hadn’t heard that before. I am often struck with a fresh wave of awe when I am reminded in a new way just how astonishing Jesus’s life and sacrificial death truly was. It is the single most incredible act of love and humility possible. May I never take that for granted!

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    • Jonathan Camac November 7, 2016 / 2:44 am

      Love your thoughts here H.M Davis! Pretty awesome that regardless of crazy circumstance and upheaval, we are confident in the eternal rule and reign of God and his people. May we ALL never take this for granted or lose sight of it. Thanks heaps for your time 🙂

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    • Jonathan Camac November 12, 2016 / 11:08 pm

      sure does! Hebrews 10:23

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    • Jonathan Camac November 15, 2016 / 5:20 am

      Glad to hear! Thanks for your time 🙂


  16. awed1 November 15, 2016 / 8:45 pm

    Thanks for posting. What kind of translation are you using? Thanks too for looking at the open letter to Trump. btw, past tense of lead is led Thanks,

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    • Jonathan Camac November 15, 2016 / 10:06 pm

      I use a mixture of NIV and NLT. No problems man. Where is it in the blog that I have made this mistake?

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      • awed1 November 15, 2016 / 11:01 pm

        I apologize. I had not read it correctly. The mistake was mine. Thanks again, B.

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      • awed1 November 15, 2016 / 11:09 pm

        Oh I was checking on the landing page.
        That is really why it wasn’t found.
        Here are the lines.:

        Many times history records people who were amazed by the way Jesus lead.

        Jesus lead by example. And the world hasn’t been the same since.

        I hope this helps.
        I find proof reading my own words is next to impossible, but show me somebody else’s work…
        I wonder what that says about me. Ha!

        God bless, B.

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      • Jonathan Camac November 16, 2016 / 12:12 am

        thanks heaps man! I’ll go edit them now. haha that’s classic, there’s an inner critic in most of us I think. I appreciate it though 🙂


  17. awed1 November 15, 2016 / 8:46 pm

    P.S. I love the flag painting at the top. Is it yours?


    • Jonathan Camac November 15, 2016 / 10:06 pm

      Flag painting isn’t mine unfortunately. Great photo though!

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  18. livinglifeandlovingjesus November 16, 2016 / 4:52 am

    I loved this! So many people need to read this! There is so much divisiveness in our country, and a lot of people are forgetting who is actually on the throne!

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    • Jonathan Camac November 17, 2016 / 3:08 am

      so true! thanks for your time 🙂


  19. Kaytlyn Amanda November 16, 2016 / 10:36 pm

    Thank you for sharing this post. As a first time voter in the US, this election has challenged me to my core. It caused me to deeply examine which candidate lines closest up with God’a ultimate standards- despite the fact that ALL humans are deeply flawed- even the ones in our governments. Praise God that He is King and we know who wins the eternal battle!!

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    • Jonathan Camac November 17, 2016 / 12:07 am

      I bet it has! Must have been pretty difficult. Crazy times over there. Just awesome that we have a hope that is firm and secure regardless of circumstance (Hebrews 6:19). Thanks for your time Kaytlyn! 🙂

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  20. Messenger At The Crossroads November 19, 2016 / 4:31 am

    He’s already King! Always has been and always will be. Bless you. Keep writing.

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    • Jonathan Camac November 19, 2016 / 5:15 am

      Spot on! Appreciate your ongoing readership 🙂


    • Jonathan Camac November 19, 2016 / 6:56 am

      Thanks Tasha! 🙂


  21. socalkdl November 19, 2016 / 10:32 pm

    Excellent post. Awesome video! Thanks for sharing.

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    • Jonathan Camac November 19, 2016 / 11:16 pm

      Appreciate your time mate 🙂


    • Jonathan Camac November 21, 2016 / 1:22 am

      appreciate it Paul! trust you got something out of the post 🙂


  22. Smoke Onthewater November 21, 2016 / 3:06 am

    (feeling a bit lost is the throng…)

    Last March I addressed this issue, but not as thoroughly or forcefully as you have.


    Wouldn’t it be nice…but, as I have said before, this is not heaven; this is the life before the afterlife. This is where the battles are fought, the wounds inflicted, forgiven, and healed. The war has been won; what’s left now is the playing out.

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    • Jonathan Camac November 21, 2016 / 4:01 am

      I’ll check it out man 🙂 exactly right. The eternal rule of Jesus is happening whether we like it or not. Just a matter of time as to when His government is brought to its fullness.

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      • Jonathan Camac November 25, 2016 / 12:06 pm

        oops sorry! my mistake


    • Jonathan Camac November 21, 2016 / 9:03 pm

      Thanks kristenshane 🙂 God is good!

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  23. janetawel November 24, 2016 / 1:47 am

    Excellent writing. True thoughts — in my humble opinion. I like very much when you say very profound things and then bring it home with things like “This baby is happening.” Maybe because that is often the way I think and write. I am so very glad to know — in fact getting your blog came on a very good day actually when I was really just still confronting Christians this side of the pond — and so tired of speaking — but you have encouraged me along with the comments from others — that there are young people striving to know who Jesus really is, to serve Him as King, and to speak truth to others.

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    • Jonathan Camac November 24, 2016 / 2:39 am

      Glad you were encouraged by the post Jane 🙂 would hope and pray that it stirred up your affection for Jesus in some way. Keep sharing this awesome truth!


  24. G.B.Y.S November 25, 2016 / 2:35 am

    Yes, yes and yes!
    Beautifully written with truth and love! God is good all the time and all the time God is good. Amen!
    God bless you Mr. Camac and Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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    • Jonathan Camac November 25, 2016 / 5:16 am

      God is good! Bless you too my friend. Appreciate your time and interaction with this post 🙂


    • Jonathan Camac November 29, 2016 / 9:57 pm

      appreciate it 🙂 all glory to God!


  25. Daily Thankful December 18, 2016 / 6:07 pm

    I love this post! I had no idea that you had penned it when I posted minw about justice, kindness and humility out of Micah 6:8. Amazing to see how the Holy Spirit works! 😊✝

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    • Jonathan Camac December 18, 2016 / 7:12 pm

      oh wow, thats awesome! Glad you got something out of the post still. Have an awesome Christmas 🙂

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  26. lovelibertylife December 31, 2016 / 5:20 am

    Christ for King and President, or the Ones whom follow his ways! God is raising up his Kingdom; it consists of the most unlikely candidates. The first will be last, and the last will be first. Is the world ready for the True Kingdom? Everything has to change, then the Kingdom will be established. The Kingdom is within, or at hand, according to Jesus in the scriptures. However, we need to make it on “earth as in heaven.” Thy Kingdom come on earth! God is waiting on us. We need to spread the news of the True Kingdom. Thanks brother for sharing your faith. Keep writing…. We are taking over the internet for the Kingdom. I prophesy to your blog: Be mighty in the Lord, your words are inspired by the Holy Spirit. Go and write my words in the crevices of the internet, until it is overwhelmed with truth, hope, faith, love, and my glory! Your heart is like that of David’s, your hands are like the scribes off old….but now you deliver my words differently. My Word will take over all platforms, websites, pages, forums, blogs, emails….including Google, Facebook, Twitter, WordPress…. My Word will be pressed….My Word will be googled, and blogged, and tweeted…. Bring out the trumpet, and proclaim My Name to the World. I own the world-wide web….I created it through Words, symbols, code, and languages. Make my words simple, and my messages clear. Use your creativity to take over the darkness, the lies and deceit. Stay on board my ship and watch! The Lord of Hosts decreed a plan, in the beginning was the Word…. In the end is the Word. The Word is Now, the Kingdom is at hand, and my Elect have been chosen. They will deliver my Words through prophet utterances and many tongues.

    I believe that was a message to you. The Lord delights in your spirit because it is part of the One Spirit. You have been a blessing to many, so receive your reward! God is still leading me to prophesy: The Spirit says, my words are truth and abstract, as a slice of the sea…you can’t see or feel, but you can visualize or imagine it. My Words are vibrating the thoughts into existence. I am Vibration! I am Sound….I am Light…. “I Am” is my Name. I am that I am…. You are what you are. We are One! One is taking over “www” and “https” and “.com”…… One new language, the eternal language of 💘 love, liberty, life. The Trinity of words have confused

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    • lovelibertylife December 31, 2016 / 5:31 am

      I am sorry for “rambling,” but the different words have different meaning….but they are the same/=…congruent. For example: use my blog,….aka (LLL). We have three words that are One in Spirit. “To love” is to God, as “to live is to

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      • lovelibertylife December 31, 2016 / 6:36 am

        Sorry….having technology issues. “To live,” is to “🗽 liberty.” How do you differentiate between the words of life…. God is Love, Life, and Liberty. God is Spirit, and Spirit is Truth; Words are spirit and truth; therefore, God is Truth. The truth will set you free, or give you liberty, so the three “L” words are One.

        I am truly sorry for taking up so much space in your comments; however, I do feel led by the Holy Ghost….. If you are offended in anyway by my words, please let me know. I believe that my words and God’s words are, often, the same. God speaks to everyone in the same way, through Spirit. Spirit is hard to describe with words, but easy to describe by feelings and emotions. Empathy is my language. Imagine no words, how would communication happen? Spirit to spirit, heart to heart, mind to mind….how can you seperate spirit, heart, and mind? The Word is sharp….it divides soul and spirit, and feelings and emotions. Thoughts produce feelings, the combination of the two create emotions. The fruit of the Spirit is Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Self-Control….. Faithfulness…. Can you hear, feel, perceive, and taste God? Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, you can move mountains, perform miracles, and blog your heart out. I give you credit for speaking the Truth, and I pray God uses you expose the darkness and enforce the Light. Maybe you can do a guest blog on (LLL). I need some quality content, and I see that you can deliver. I am proud to call you a brother. I want to award you with the honor to write on my blog. Don’t take this lightly….I have only one other guest blog, and she wrote a poem for my Twin’s memorial. I have bragged about a few people and acknowledged them on (LLL), but I want to give you a chance to testify. The inspiration of the hour by ______ your name or website, or link, or blog, or page. Thanks for letting my speak into your life. Please, consider copying this message, and sending it back to me by gmail or somewhere I can copy it. I feel that the world needs to hear this! I wonder why I can’t copy and paste this from my phone, is it something about WordPress…..or does my phone have a brain of it’s own?

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      • Jonathan Camac January 9, 2017 / 5:03 am

        Appreciate the offer to write on your blog. But I think I might stick to what I know over here. Praying that the primary goal in my writing is not to draw people to this blog, but the word of God (Matthew 4:4). All the best with your work mate! 🙂


      • lovelibertylife January 9, 2017 / 6:05 am

        I appreciate your humility, but God takes pleasure in us, God is using you to manifest the Word. Do you believe in partnership with the Almighty One? We are more than just servants, we are sons and co-heirs with Christ. I feel what you are saying though, all good gifts come from God. Keep using your gifts for the Kingdom, he is allowing us to establish the Kingdom on earth, what an honor! Be blessed my brother!


      • Jonathan Camac January 9, 2017 / 6:22 am

        How awesome that we have the opportunity to direct others to Christ! What a ridiculously humbling thought. Thanks for your time Ryan 🙂


      • lovelibertylife January 9, 2017 / 6:51 am

        To God be the Glory! I thank him for the fruit of the Holy Spirit in you. Keep bringing the Fruits. We know them by the fruit they bare, and the fruit they share. Thanks for sharing!

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    • Jonathan Camac January 9, 2017 / 4:27 am

      #LLK! May all attention be directed to Christ. Who humbled himself in full obedience to God the Father (Philippians 2), and who finds pleasure in giving us the Kingdom (Luke 12:32). What a King! What a Saviour!

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  27. Berni February 4, 2017 / 10:57 pm

    “Washing feet” means “washing hands”. People need to wash their hands before having a meal. Who wants to wash his feet before having a meal?


    • Jonathan Camac February 4, 2017 / 11:20 pm

      Washing feet before meals and bed was a custom of the times. The Bible is not wrong in saying there was washing of feet – that was actually quite normal. What wasn’t normal was the person of highest honour doing the washing!

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      • Berni February 5, 2017 / 3:48 pm

        If you’re telling the truth, tell me why Bible never mentions washing of hands. Should one wash his hands or his feet before having a meal? Unless you suggest ancient people used to eat with their feet!


      • Jonathan Camac February 5, 2017 / 8:42 pm

        As I have stated, this was a custom of the times. I realise it may seem weird. But this is a well known fact of the culture back then. Look it up if you have the time 🙂 The issue of whether he washed feet in this story is never in question. But who knows – perhaps they washed their hands in this process too.


  28. E. Luminous Aghosa September 4, 2017 / 11:11 pm

    How down to earth Lord Jesus is!!! “He came from heaven to earth”; could there be a better description?

    Wow, this description strikes me. I have a prayer. May the saints be like Christ: “down to earth”.

    Lots of Jesus to you Dear Bro.


    • Jonathan Camac September 5, 2017 / 12:03 am

      Glad you took something from the blog brother! Spot on – may we all look to Jesus and strive to be more “down to earth”. Bless you mate.

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