Pastor Richard continues on how you identify God changes your identity. If you don't believe that what God says is best, then you find it acceptable to be something else. This is how we can get very off-track from the narrow difficult path that we are called to.
Caleb Dutzer shows us that God's Word is like a compass, pointing us to truth, and we should respond to that truth the way God sees it. There is a veil exists that can blind us to the truth, that we would be closed to the truth without God to remove the veil. God's perspective isn't hindered by the veil.
Pastor Richard shows us that the beginning of wisdom starts with the fear of the Lord, how to love others with patience; as God has given us His patience we need to pay others the same courtesy, and that we do not repay evil with evil, but with love.
Pastor Richard shows us how there are multiple sources of thoughts, that we need to know the will of the Father to test our thoughts and to take captive the ones that do not line up with His will. The Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit, they are our filter. If something conflicts, it is not good for us and needs to be captured and brought in submission to Him.
Pastor Richard reminds us that love requires labor, that in order to love others it requires work. Loving others is not easy, we may even be criticized and punished for it, but to love God and love others are the greatest commandments. Through God, we receive our just reward.
Pastor Richard shows us how the Architect of Our Destiny has designed our lives before our birth and that our circumstances are not above Him. We are safe if we trust in Him and the plans (the blueprints) he has designed for us; to be built up in faith to be a strong pillar for others to see Him through us.