"COMPASS OF LIFE" 

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​​WHOSE HANDS ARE YOU IN?

Scriptural Context: Judges 2:1-23, Exodus 27:5, 1 Samuel 3:1, and Revelation 20:12-13

Beloved Friends,

The Godhead (God the Father, God the Son—Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost) brings a word of revelation with divine instructions to direct individual lives for the Global Church Body of Jesus Christ, every “True Believer,” and all people across the world ready for the manifested salvation and glory of Jesus Christ. The Kingdom of Heaven—the Son, Jesus Christ, unveils an In-Time “Word of Revelation” in this present world. A Spiritual, psychological, and physical view in which will have you evaluate the very existence of what, who, how, and why in the perspective where through the lens of Jesus Christ.  

God sends a prophetic word dealing with “Whose Hands Are You In?” This question presents a two-dimensional domino effect theory question, in the second as a chain reaction of events—analogy of mechanical effect, as “Whose Hands Are You Really In?” A life-changing “Compass of Life” aligned by the Word of God. The scripture contexts relate to past, present, and future manifestation of events. The in-dept question presented to all of “US” from Jesus Christ, in the Year of 2022, searching from Heaven, “What Judge Hands Are You In?” the traverse of who, how, and why.

Today ‘s message scene has been set with views of events of a rebellious nation of people with a covenant from God as His own people delivered from bondage. However, this presented a superiority mentality with the nation of Israel in which the relaxed disobedience hinged on God’s covenant to save them. The altar of God was no longer used for a compass of life; other people, corruption, and idol gods were instituted as a normal process of one’s daily direction. Therefore, for a span of TIME, God raised up Judges in which an angry God—Himself would not deal directly with the people of Israel to protect, provide, or deliver because of Israel’s unfaithfulness. During this same span of time, the Word of the Lord was rare without the revelation or ability to hear from God nor understand.

Let us take a journey in the natural and Biblical definition of “hands” through the lenses of Jesus Christ:

Natural and Biblical Definition of Hands
Natural Definition Hand: Hand, part of the human body, grasping organ at the end of the forelimb of certain vertebrates that exhibits great mobility and flexibility in the digits and in the whole organ. The hand is composed of many different bones (three major bones—phalanges, metacarpal, carpal), muscles, and ligaments that allow for a large amount of movement and dexterity. Therefore, the hand effect represents both psychology movement and physical movement. Within the dexterity, the domino effect theory is prevalent with ability of skillfulness, gracefulness, thinkability, and aptitude of cognitive.

Biblical Definition Hand: The Hand of God with Divine All--Mighty Power as in the Hand of Creation of All Things, Hand of Restoration, Hand of Protection, Hand of Salvation, Hand of Deliverance, Hand of Victory, Hand of Destruction, Hand of Revelation, and Hand of Judgment. Jesus Christ: He became the Right-Saving Hand of God, seated at the right-hand of God with all authority and power in the Kingdom of Heaven, the universe, and earth to judge according to the scriptures of Truth, guidance, and humans works (Revelation 20:12). The expressible authoritative written Word of God. Therefore, the Hand of God—Jesus Christ, represents the Spiritual authoritative power of the psychological, physical, and spiritual soul. Hence, the spiritual perspective, without the spirit within oneself, the vital quality of life ceases to exist. Jesus words to us all, “And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear Him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell” (Matthew 10:28).

Let us deal with the diversity of hands; In the year of 2022 many hands will manifest to direct and detour just as in the context of scriptures:

Hands of deception, Hands of discouragement, Hands of abomination, Hands of disobedience, Hands of obedience, Hands of men’s justice, Hands of injustice, Hands of disproportion, Hands of fault, Hands of jealousy, Hands of love, Hands of knowledge, Hands of discernment, Hands of prosperity, Hands of falsehood, Hands of detour, Hands of guidance, Hands of oppression, Hands of despondency and distress, Hands of policy, Hands of destruction, Hands of Judges, Hands of messengers, Hands of influence, Hands of power, Hands of depth, Hands of righteousness, Hands of control, Hands of pleasure, Hands of integrity, Hands of poverty, Hands of war and battle, Hands of the people, Hands of leaders, Hands of unfaithfulness, Hands of faithfulness, Hands of the enemies, Hands of idolatry, Hands of no hearing nor understanding, Hands of the harlot, and Hands of corruption.

Out of all the diversity of hands, let me proclaim, “Do not fall into the hands of an angry God” as in Judges chapter two. Ecclesiastes 5:6 reads, “Suffer not thy mouth to cause thy flesh to sin; neither say thou before the angel, that it was an error: wherefore should God be angry at thy voice, and destroy the work of thine hands?” 


Now let us take a journey in the natural and Biblical definition of “Compass of Life” through the lenses of Jesus Christ:

Natural and Biblical Definition of Compass of Life

Natural Compass - Compass is a device for determining directions by means of a magnetic needle or group of needles turning freely on a pivot and pointing to the magnetic north.


  • Compass Direction - The cardinal directions on a compass are NORTH, SOUTH, WEST, and EAST. They are located on a compass in a specific order. ... North can be in front of you and south can be behind you. Now touch the east and west sides, west will be on your left and east will be on your right.


  • Compass Degrees - The four cardinal points are all 90 degrees apart, with East being at 90 degrees, South at 180 degrees, West at 270 degrees, and North at 360 degrees (or zero degrees).


Natural Life - Life is the period between birth and death, or the experience or state of being alive: If you refer to someone's life, you mean their state of being alive, especially when there is a risk or danger of them dying.

  • Scientifically - Life of each individual is composed of one or more minimal living units, called cells.


  • Life Living Matter – Life living matter and, as such, matter that show certain attributes that include responsiveness growth, metabolism, energy transformation, and reproduction.


  • Process of Life – Thereby reflects its essential status as a process of growth, transformation, and reproduction.


Concluding, the natural “Compass of Life” once instituted is a device or tool used to direct the degrees of life within a span of time in the process of life cycle.

Biblical--Spiritual Compass of Life – Signifies God’s intended tabernacle to manifest His presence among His people, to pay their devotions to Him. Within the courts the altar was set up to bring their sacrifices (priests must offer them to God), the altar was to sanctify their gifts, present their services to God as from the mercy-seat He gave His oracles to them; and thus, a communion was settled between God and Israel.

  • The Altar Dimensions and Structure - The dimensions of the altar; it was square (Exod. 27:1, 2). The horns of it (Exod. 27:2), which were for ornament and for use; the sacrifices were bound with cords to the horns of the altar, and to them malefactors fled for refuge. The materials of altar were of wood overlaid with brass (Exod. 27:1, 2). The appurtenances of the altar (Exod. 27:3), which were all of brass. The grate, which was let into the hollow of the altar. The staves with which the altar must be carried (Exod. 27:6, 7). And, lastly, God is referred to the pattern shown (Exod. 27:8).


  • Compass of Altar – Just beneath the altar, about the middle of it, that the net may be even in the midst of the altar (Exod. 27:5). The compass represented a spiritual stabilizer to even out the hollow which the fire was kept, that the fire might burn the better, and that the ashes might fall through to purify the sacrifice burnt to God as an atonement. The spiritual metaphor in the Old Testament of the compass depicts the New Testament cross viewing it in the natural and spiritual eyes, (North to South, East to West) in which Jesus Christ sacrificed His life as the New Covenant atonement to God the Father (Hebrews 8:7-8, 13).


  • Compass of Life – Represents the altar of Jesus Christ in which His people daily must enter into offering sacrifices of thanksgiving, devotion of service to His commandments in obedience, praying for direction in life, allowing the Holy Spirit to even the balance of spiritual well-being in the physical world. Jesus Christ the Way, Truth, and Life (John 14:6). To obtain the mercy and grace of God in life as a guiding light.


Concluding, the Spiritual “Compass of Life” as Jesus Christ stated, “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who hears My word and believes in Him who sent Me has everlasting life, and shall not come into judgment, but has passed from death into life” (John 5:24). Therefore, a Divine-Spiritual life transformation of everlasting life into Heaven. Just that simple, but the price is a committed life, tested obedience, and prayer--relationship with Jesus Christ as the center for the right direction. “Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need” (Hebrews 4:16).


Let us take a journey in the scripture context with a revelation for us all today:

There are seven observations from the scripture context relating to “Whose Hands Are You In?” The Compass of Life instructing and warning.

  1. God Always Provides Instruction for His People – The people of Israel disobeyed God’s instruction although He delivered them from bondage, made a covenant with them, gave instruction on the land to possess, delivered from the enemy, and delivered the enemies in their hands. (Judges 2:1-3)
  2. God Always Sends A Divine Messenger Before Destruction– The people of Isarel possessed the lands as promised, however, they begin to partner with the enemy, tore down the spiritual altar of God, and replaced it with altars of idols. The Angel of the LORD was specific, and asked God’s question, “Why have you done this?” (Judges 2:2-3).
  3. The Generations of God’s People – The generations of God’s people must remember who God the Father and His Son—Jesus Christ are and the covenant agreement made for His people. The generation which rose after Joshua forgot about the Lord, the altar, and His mighty works. Such as today. They lacked the knowledge and understanding about God and His chosen people. (Judges 2:10, Hebrews 8:8-9).
  4. Unfaithfulness and Disobedience – Unfaithfulness and disobedience to God will eventually lead to provoking the Lord to anger. The anger of the Lord is incomparable to any anger and His hand of anger is heavy with dimensions. (Judges 2:11-15). God responded this way because Israel, His people neglected to obey wholeheartedly, partiality repentance, did evil in His sight, and deliberately followed other gods more than God.
  5. God of Compassion– Although, God’s anger was hot against Israel, He raised up Judges to deliver them out of the hand of those who plundered them (Judges 2:16, 18). Within the span of time there were four major judges (Othniel, Ehud, Shamgar, and Deborah). Yet the children of Israel would not listen to their judges and reverted to sin. Therefore, there was no direct commune with God nor revelation of direction, protection, and God’s Hand because the altar of God’s presence lacked in the midst of the people of Israel.
  6. The Word of the Lord – When the Word of God becomes rare just as in (1 Samuel 3:1), the revelation of His Word will not be present or His voice. Although Eli was a priest, he provoked God’s anger with the same rebellion and unfaithfulness by allowing His sons to do wickedly and serve in God’s House. Hence, God raises up a child, the Prophet Samuel to speak for Him of the judgment to come. What compass of life is directing you?
  7. The Judge of All – God’s New Covenant—Jesus Christ is the JUDGE of all things in this present world and things to come to pass to the Heavens. Jesus Christ declares, “For the Father judges no one, but has committed all judgment to the son.” “I can of Myself do nothing. As I hear, I judge; and My judgment is righteous, because I do not seek my own will but the will of the Father who sent Me” (John 5:22, 30). Jesus is referenced as the Faithful and True Judge, and the Judge appointed to open the books and Book of Life in which every human-being will be judged according to works and obedience. “And I saw the dead, small and great standing before God,” and books were opened. And another book was opened, which is the Book of Life. And the dead were judged according to their works, by the things which were written in the books.” (Revelation 19:11, Revelation 20:12-13) 


Concluding, the beginning and end of all things is Jesus Christ. Although life will present many challenges, many hands, many victories, and many compasses. The sure “Compass of Life” leading to salvation, deliverance, restoration, and eternity, is Jesus Christ—The Judge. His Right-saving Hand of all power and authority is present today. “The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance” (2 Peter 3:9). 


​Let “US” keep this perspective of the presented question through-out 2022, “Whose Hands Are You In?” And then, “Whose Hands Are You Really In?” Let “US” remember God’s unchanging-hand of salvation leading us all to the altar—Jesus Christ, “Even them will I bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer: their burnt offerings and their sacrifices shall be accepted upon mine altar; for mine house shall be called an house of prayer for all people" (Isaiah 56:7). “The Lord God, who gathers the outcasts of Israel, says, “Yet I will gather to Him others besides those who are gathered to Him” (Isaiah 56:8).

Be Blessed and stay connected to Jesus,

Lady Cynthia Kelly
God’s Humble Servant
Evangelist-International Author
#MotivationalWisdom Podcast Host