So I decided to go on a scripture overload so as to show you how they support the message and how it is that I can come up with a message for anyone who may not know that the story or parable is fully supported by scripture. Please write them down, or if you are so inclined you can stop, look them up, and move on, if it doesn’t feel like your in a canoe on choppy waters in the Atlantic Ocean in a winter storm.
I am a disruptor.
Disruption follows a disruptor. Any time you stand for what is right in evil days, in days of evil, is a disruption to evil and his brother. When God is actively removed from a culture then the culture is inclined to become occultic. Yes of course I am talking to you Christians with a fat Buddha statue in your flowerbed or on your porch.
Yup, we have God's own people to thank, and I say this not out of sarcasm, as we are now repeating the sins that separated them from God back in their day. So it is Israel we should thank. One is compelled to ask why we write anything of helpfulness down if we are not the tiniest bit inclined to follow it's advice, instruction, and even it's command. They scribed their mess with God, ought not we pay some attention to how that happened?
I mean ought we not feel embarrassed at the fact that what we have sown what we have reaped, and reaped what we have sown? And yet we were told that, this is how the principle works. We should be red-faced as the whole world got to see the judgement of God fall on His, yuppy puppy, His self-declared own people. Did we not know, you know, back in the days when we were more sanctified and reverent towards Him, that if we declare that He is our one and only God and Father, that it comes as a two-sided coin. One of necessary correction in love and the other in blessing? And but are they not both blessings anyways?