Sunday, June 23, 2019

Standing with the Lord and Humanity


Do you vote to sin?

(Sounds absurd, but with wolves in shepherd's or sheep's clothing,  it does happen)

Do you vote to commit a crime (abuse of power, violate the Constitution, deprive Civil and Human Rights or/ and violate domestic and international laws)?

If you do vote for sin or for crime, then there is premeditation and intent to sin or commit the crime; and to also conspire as a group to sin or commit illegal acts.

All damnable or criminal.

Why then would you ever consider such a corrupt process or practice?

If your church operates in sin, then it is no longer a church, faithful and obedient to the Lord, but a place of sin and damnation.

If your orginazation operates in crime, then it is no longer law abiding, but a crime syndicate.

Either way, these are votes without standing, morally or legally.

Why would you ever vote or put to vote to do something sinful or unlawful?

Why would you even consider doing harm to yourself, to another person and to your church or organization?

Any excuse you give would still be, in the end, an excuse. 

The consequences of sin, sinful behaviors or/and criminal acts, are damnation and corruption.

Therefore, you must guard against sin and prevent or protect against crime.

There should be checks and balances in place to ensure that these sinful or illegal practices do not ever happen.

If it did happen, there must a process to remove the sin and sinful practices or crime and criminals, so that it can be a church or lawful organization again and have standing with the Lord and humanity.

  "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see the Lord."                                - Matthew 5:8  Without a pure heart...