Thursday, June 4, 2020

Time Will Out 2

Kindred, 

"Be on your guard against false prophets; they come to you looking like sheep on the outside, but on the inside they are really like wild wolves.  

You will know them by what they do. 

Thorn bushes do not bear grapes, and briers do not bear figs. 

A healthy tree bears good fruit, but a poor tree bears bad fruit.  

A healthy tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a poor tree cannot bear good fruit.

And any tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown in the fire. 

So then, you will know the false prophets by what they do." 

                              - Matthew 7:15-20

Again, time will out (the truth)*.  

History seem to repeat itself, does it not?

When poor trees continue to bear bad fruits which poison the people that would eat them, then the bad practices and consequences happen over and over again.

Again, take a look at the timeline and the track record of your so-called Seers and false prophets; look not just on the outside, but the inside and the actions and predictions taken.  

When you look, what do you look for?  

The Lord's standards, ethical standards: standards of conduct and behavior.  

Most importantly, whether these standards will meet the standards of the Lord.  

(Standards to not follow Satan or the power of sinners which led to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ should be a given.)

What do you see?  

When false prophets manifest bad predictions and grandiose lies into reality, then catastrophic fails, harm and tragedies will occur.

In the end, the devolution into the uncivilized, unholy and the damned.

Call on our leaders to uphold ethical standards, just standards and good practices which matches the ethical standards of the Lord.

Stand for the love and peace of our Lord.

Be the love and peace we are called to be (as stewards of the earth).  




*From William Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice.  Launcerlot, "truth will come
to light; murder cannot be hid long;..., but at the length truth will out.




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