Saturday, October 25, 2014

" Be sober, be vigilant "

  Some may think that the words of this title were first spoken 13 years ago, and it appears that these words of caution, are becoming a by-word. Thee are in fact the words of Apostle Peter[1Pet.5:8] as He lifts up the Elders and remind Witnesses of their assignments.
  The waters are so muddy now that most do not have a clear stance; don't know who to fight for, or against. "Home Defense" has been co-opted by greedy private corporations. This greed is extreme greed, aka covet, or covetousness: which is a part of the Ten Commandments.
  Apostle Peter employs the word "Lucre" which means - eagerness for base gain. Greedy for money. Profit, unjust gain, acquired by violence. This has been going on for 2,014 yrs. and here we are today.
The wicked systems are working terror in overtime to obtain an anti-people objective.
  Peter is reminding the leaders to "Feed the flock of God which is among you, taking the oversight thereof, not by constraint, but willingly; not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind". Real leaders should caution against greed, and those that have intentions of "making merchandise of us".
  The people that do not believe in Christ Jesus are speaking the loudest and the most often, on the crisis that are man-made. They attempt to tell us what to think, who our friends and enemies are. The little Anti-Christ are setting the stage for their fathers return with sermons of "peace and prosperity". The Apostle Peter states - "Be sober, be vigilant; because our adversary, the Devil as a roaring lion, walking about, seeking whom he may devour".

2 comments:

  1. As a roaring lion: they pick off the weak or injured. Wisdom should be applied here because this is identifying a "Fake". This is the fig-tree-generation. Enough said!

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  2. War! James 4:1 begins individually with the key being lust: the old insatiable appetite. Wars, individually, and collectively are people fighting to take more, of what they already have.

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