No, I'm here, dear Robdar (the greatest of love and peace to you, dear one!). I was just signing off and saw this; figured I'll respond before turning in.
Hi A Guest,
Greetings, dear Watson, and peace to you, as well, dear one!
I have a sincere question for you.
Of course! Ask away!
What do you mean when you sign off each of your posts with "A slave of Christ"? I do not remember Christ asking us to be his slave. When you sign off like this, is this your way of showing humility?
It is not a sign of humility, dear one... and no, my Lord does not call me, or anyone, his slave. We are his friends, his brothers, his children (he calls me, "Child"). I first "heard" it when some of the "revelation" was being shared with me (Michael: "All I am is a fellow slave of you and your brothers who have the work of witnessing about Jah eShua." I hear the scriptures revealed; not read them - and so I heard Michael saying this and somehow it stuck with me.)
I use it because it reminds me of what my Lord means to me and what I have chosen to be for him. Which both remind ME... of who some here are, that they are HIS sheep, not mine... and that since I am his slave... I am their servant, as well.
Now, you might think that that means "it keeps me humble," but that's not accurate: it keeps me grateful.
Thank you in advance for any explanation you can give.
You are quite welcome, dear one, and I hope that helped.
YOUR servant and a slave of Christ,