Borrowed Truths


Borrowed Truths


“Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.” (Matt. 5:6)

Patience means that you are waiting for something, that which you are expecting is going to arrive, yet is not available to you at the present moment. This patience is not always a positive attribute, in fact, many times it can hold no emotional context whatsoever, but that is not how most people view it.

Few people wait patiently in anticipation for their demise, the last day they will spend here on earth, but those who are thirsting and hungering for righteousness do, they have been blessed with the knowledge of the joy of that day.

To desire righteousness means that you have been shown unrighteousness, that those things that are opposed to the Sovereignty of the Most High have been revealed to you. There is an action that must be performed when that unrighteousness is revealed to those that serve the Lord Jesus Christ, when the moment arrives though, for James 4:17 stands as truth, “Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin.” You need to make a decision when evil, when unrighteousness is made known to you, will you stand and speak for the truth, or will you wait patiently for the Lord to act.

We have the Holy Spirit of God within us, we are the ambassadors of the Kingdom of the Lord, to believe that we will not be held accountable when the presence of evil is revealed to us is foolishness, we are to act in righteousness towards that which opposes God. Men and women of God have stood against the evils of alcohol and drugs, against homosexual perversion, against the willful depravity and sinfulness of rebellious mankind for thousands of years, and they have done so in patient anticipation.

We know that only in heaven, in the presence of the Lord will we find that continuing and unabated righteousness, but how many are concerned with that moment only for themselves? “Nevertheless to abide in the flesh is more needful for you.” (Phil. 1:24) We battle against unrighteousness not for our own personal sake, and never in our own power, we contend with evil not for our own desires or for ourselves, but for the glory of God. It is Christ that we stand for. “Then Jesus answered and said, O faithless and perverse generation, how long shall I be with you? how long shall I suffer you? bring him hither to me.” (Matt. 17:17)

My friends, that generation is still here. Those who do not serve the Savior seek to change this world by their own actions, by setting laws upon mankind, but evil cares nothing for laws. They will start organizations, collect funds, find like-minded individuals and begin to pursue their cause, but they do not strike at the heart of man.

“And we know that we are of God, and the whole world lieth in wickedness.” (1 John 5:19)

“But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law,” (Gal. 4:4)

And then He sent you.

When we pray, we wait patiently, when we speak to others about the saving grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ, we do so patiently, as we walk through this cursed earth, viewing more and more unrighteousness and the callous way that many watch it unfolding, we work and wait in patient anticipation for that day when we will be freed from it.

Patience is waiting for something, how you wait in these days has been left up to you, it can be in anticipation or in dread. Evil is growing exponentially, unrighteousness is abounding, are you standing for Christ or hiding from it?

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