MORNINGTIME 2189

by Benjamin Munsell on September 25, 2016
MORNINGTIME 2189
 
These are SPOTS in your feasts of charity, when they feast with you, feeding themselves without fear: clouds they are without water, carried about of winds; trees whose fruit withereth, without fruit, twice dead, plucked up by the roots; Jude 1:12. Here's the definition of spots: "a rock in the sea, ledge, reef
metaph. of men who by their conduct damage others morally, wreck them as it were". These are people who hang around church trying to act like believers and fit in with those who don't have discernment. They have a theology that they believe suits them and is for the "good" of those around them. This is not a good thing. Their theology is SELF, and all that self can get for them, the "spots" people. These people sneak around and “professionally" do everything possible to shipwreck believers, and the believers never saw it coming. These "spots" are so bad that their fruit is bad and withering. No, they're worse than that. They are as if they never had fruit. Sorry, it gets worse. They are as if they had died, and just to be sure, died again. No, not only died, but ripped out by the roots. It's as if God can't use words strong enough, that we can still understand, to insult these people. It just keeps getting worse and worse the more the Lord tries to describe them, until it finally sounds like an outright hatred for them. It's hard enough when the Lord breaks off a branches that bares minimal amounts of fruit, but when the Lord describes people as ripped out by the roots, that's really bad. Not only do they not have fruit, but they want to take your fruit and corrupt it too. Whatever you have for right thinking about the Lord, your "morality", they want to corrupt and destroy a much as possible. How can you stop them? KNOW THE WORD. Know the Lord, Follow and Obey Christ, listen to that Still Small Voice of the Holy Spirit. Do these things, and you'll be able to spot the "spot people" in a moment. Call them out, and you will, Be Blessed.
 
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