Better Not Make The Mistake (4)
“Thou shalt not steal” (Exodus 20:15).
(…continues from part three…)
4) I see frustration and especially, greed accounting for the reason for theft. Unbelievably, thieves rage in complete madness when you steal from them! Theft changes God’s order of His beneficence. A robber’s act, subjectively, points the finger of accusations to God, second-guessing Divine protocolary distribution of properties. What the Devil ceaselessly does is don your mentality with the toga of greed. The demonic spirit of theft becomes your conspirator, teaching you how to carry out undetectable heists. The mistake of petty stealing is that it makes you a person of immorality. There is an antisocial graduation from petty theft: armed robbery. It is very difficult to make a U-turn as an armed robber. Your success depends on the taking of innocent lives, lives of those whose properties are not yours, which you brutally take from them. Then your conscience becomes so seared that it defies permeation of mercy flow. You, like Lucifer, see yourself as another god to be feared! Theft is satanically involved.
Lucifer has always pulled the strings of sins
Irrationalities abound on planet earth. Satanism has managed to pump them into the beliefs ofsouls. A long time ago I scolded a primary four lass for lying, and to my surprise her response to the charge was, “Brother Teacher, if one does not lie, how can one successfully make money?” Seated very closely and listening to my charge and her irrationality was her grandmother, who had nothing to contribute: for her silence acquiesced with the lass’s view of life. Inferiority complex has created a mammoth wannabes. There is a certain uniqueness that comes with every creation of intelligent beings. It is not difficult finding out what you are cut out to be; do it, and you are a star of immense recognition. Just be you, and you are on the way to huge success. Most of the time it does not come as quickly as you expect, but when you learn to keep all your five thousand eggs in one small basket of faith in the LORD God, He takes the divine responsibility to actualize your life’s desires, making sure that not one egg gets cracked or lost. Amen.
God did give the laws of the earth
Does God not know that mistakes will be committed? Why does He not stop them, after all He is a very responsible Jehovah? God knew there will be commitment of mistakes; it is for this reason He gave mankind His laws. Being the Alpha and the Omega, the Almighty, He had to give us laws to warn intelligent beings not to make mistakes of sinfulness. Your argument is, “So, if He knew I will commit this blunder and I do everything to make sure the mistake never happens, do I not prove the Almighty Omniscience wrong?” And still ruminating through your mind, “Also, looking at it from the angle of inevitability, if the LORD God has seen it coming, what can one do to avert the ineluctable futurism of divine establishment?” This thinking is sheer determinism. The doctrine of the Bible does not operate on fatalistic tendencies. God made us free moral agents. He does not create anybody to populate the number of insanity.
God visited the sinless couple
Forces of darkness initiate evil eventualities more often; the good Lord sees it and expects you to activate your free moral agent dynamism. It is so amazing that the Book of Genesis holds the origination of all Adamic eventuation. Creating the first Eden Garden couple intelligent beings, God gave them the responsibility of free moral agency. Being beings of creationism, they did not possess the faculty of the Omniscience, ergo, prone to acts of gaucherie. To protect them from solecistic goad of evil Lucifer, God instructed Adam, concerning Eden, “to dress it and to keep it.” The two active dress and keep definitely, put Adam in responsible charge of the Garden, God’s House. ‘Dress’ is the Hebrew ‛âbad (aw-bad’): ‘to work, serve, labour.’ Shâmar (shaw-mar’) is the Hebrew for ‘keep’ which means ‘to guard, observe, give heed, have charge of, keep watch and ward; protect.’ Hebraic understanding of ‛âbad and shâmar told Adam, “You are totally in charge of the administration of this world; you are the worker and the protector of it and if any irresponsibility is found here, I, the LORD God, will hold you responsible,” in the clearest terms.
Getting born again is a conscious effort on the part of an individual. Get born again. Say this sinner’s prayer.
“Dear heavenly Father, I come to You now in the name of Jesus Christ. I believe in my heart that Jesus is the Son of God. I believe that Jesus died on the cross for my sin. I believe that You raised Him from the dead. I confess with my mouth that Jesus is Lord and I receive Him now as my Lord and my Saviour. I give God all the glory. Amen!”
(…to be concluded…)
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