At this point in my life, I’ve been married about 18yrs. I’ve known my wife for over 20yrs. In all this time I’ve been familiar with my wife she has had some kind of medical condition wrong with her. Over the years, I’ve learned the secrete of being more compassionate about her suffering to love her. This knowledge is a cornerstone to the foundation of endearment towards my wife. Loving my wife involved a deep sorrow and empathy for her suffering. It’s not my body in pain. I don’t need to understand what her suffering entails in order to see it. I see my wife’s tears at time because of the physical suffering she is going through. It’s not my job to fix my wife. It is my job to care, embrace intimacy and lead a loving profound relationship totally entailing to her character. Her personality has chemistry with my manhood. As Jesus saw fit to die to cover all the sins he saw in the church, so I offer myself to serve my wife in carrying her spiritually through all the suffering which I witness in her physically.
As Jesus used His body to meet the church physical needs; it spiritually opens a door towards eternal salvation. However, there was a point of pain. There was nothing joyful about the cross. When we’re at the foot of the cross we see the hard choses that had to be made to grant our salvation. In one of my earlier articles before I launch the idea of The Force of Nature. I wrote about the important for the Christian nation to laminate for the hundred and thousand of preceding years of suffering. There needs to be a generation of suffering preceding His return. Our humanity started off wrong. We cause corruption in God’s beautiful garden, yet He still showed us grace. Nevertheless, God is a just God, there was a need of an atonement for the wrong which He saw done. This atonement was in fact the crucifixion of His beloved son. Yes, there is forgiveness, but there was still suffering. A balance between the suffering and forgiveness gives justice to the church to establish salvation for His flock. We are as sheep. However, we must understand both lament and grace properly to rejoice in the freedom of Christ. This is the vision behind understanding the Force of Nature.