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Why is it that when God says something man

is to do, if it offends someone’s sensibilities,

they would turn away from thoughts of God?

Then, the same people, when confronted by

actions taken by people [today], in the same

vein, they’d not differentiate but do applaud?

It is the very same people calling christians

hypocrites… narrow minded, and it is a lame

double standard mankind has maintained,

this is the viewpoint of this human being…

but I see it as much more than it simply is…

it goes way beyond how we are trained,

these days are geared more to satisfying a

sense of one’s own desires… the fires are

stoked, fanned and ready to burn, to yearn,

and the yearning is directed to a personal

choice, to hell with any other voice, and we’d

call this a right… an expectation to learn,

sad… where this is what it comes down to,

to applaud against God, maintain the training

of man, to yearn for his learning his own way,

yet we have forgotten the God of Israel, the

deliverer of the Jews from Egypt… as we’d

soon be passed over ourselves, as we’d say.

 Isaiah 32:6 KJV


6 For the vile person will speak villany, and his heart will work iniquity, to practise hypocrisy, and to utter error against the LORD, to make empty the soul of the hungry, and he will cause the drink of the thirsty to fail.

This in no way is to suggest I hate those that are doing what God says they are doing against Him but to openly declare what God says here… knowing all mankind is created in the image and likeness of God- I am to love my fellow human beings (all). I may not like their behavior but judgement is not mine to make… and that is to be left up to God. Love all mankind (peacefully)… but not everything they’d do!


Is this the golden image of 'the Nazarene' seen today?

Is this the golden image of ‘the Nazarene’ seen today?