Borrowed Truths

The Last Thing on Our Mind

the last thing on our mind
Borrowed Truths

The Last Thing on Our Mind

“Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath:” (Eph. 4:26) has been changed in this day and age to “Never offend, remain politically correct, always respect others opinions, even if they go against the truths of the Word of God.”

 I think that today’s average, if you will, Christian is about as far from a first century Christian as one can get, and not just in the matter of time. I cannot recall the last time that I was reproved or corrected, (2 Tim. 4:2) and I can guarantee you that there were many times I should have been, but it is not because those brothers in Christ did not want to do so, it was because they were afraid to. “A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels:” (Prov. 1:5) but sadly there are not enough of them out there who want to give it, for they feel they might offend.

We have believed the lie of the world, we have become charismatic in our debates, we have begun to look at all judgment as judgmental, and walk around as if we always have a log in our eye. (Matt. 7:3) It is the latest, and one of the final ploys of Satan, and it is being played out today on a world-wide scale, forcibly. The flu has been the catalyst for never offending in the most major of ways, for if one does not wear a mask or receive the vaccine, they are guilty of offending, possibly even unto the death of another. I do not think that many people truly understand this truth, but many have been forced fed this lie for long enough that it has become truth to them, even among many in the Evangelical churches.

They are not called sins now, they are called faults, and to bring up these faults is to be judgmental, for even within the Scriptures now, thanks in part to a continuing onslaught of false “Bibles,” the truth is relative at best, and can be modified to fit the hearer.

I am one of those who thirst and hunger for righteousness, (Matt. 5:6) that means that the Lord has for His own reasons, has seen fit to give me the ability to see unrighteousness, specifically in how not only His Holy name is defiled by the heathen, but even more by those who profess Him as Savior with their lips only. These are clouds without rain, (Prov. 25:14) they are those who have snuck in unawares, (Jude 1:4) and you must be cognizant of that last verse, it does not say that these evil people are trying to sneak in, it says that they are already sitting in the pews, they are on committees and boards, they are elders, deacons, and pastors. They have taught the people to be sheep in the wrong sense of the word, in fact, there is already a word for these professing Christians who fear to speak the truth in love and with firm conviction of those truths of the Scriptures, sheeple.

There has always been times down through the ages when men of God, God-fearing, Christ-centered, Bible-believing men were sought out for their wisdom and knowledge, now they are hunted, and the lost, in many cases believe, and rightly so in some cases, that all these individuals are going to do is roll over and ask to be beaten some more. Men in general are now held in low regard by the masses, women are to be the next leaders, children no longer are expected to honor and obey their elders, good is being called evil, and in some cases it is. There are few and far apart that know how to be angry and sin not, but I can still say that some, the remnant, the men of God on this planet, still do.

It has nothing to do with not raising their voices, it has nothing to do with being overly concerned with your feelings when the truth is expounded to you, it does have everything to do with glorifying God. It does not bother us one bit to tell a sinner that they are sinning and that if they do not repent they will go to hell, it does not bother us to stand in the truth that is Jesus Christ, and if you do not like it, we really don’t care. We are called contentious, adamant, overly conservative by the world, we are called servants of the Most High God by the Almighty. Guess which one we care about the most.

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3 thoughts on “The Last Thing on Our Mind”

  1. Isaiah 3:12
    As for my people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths.

    How can they deny themselves when they got their pastoral degree studying under women faculties in seminary?
    1 Timothy chapter 3 is quite clear about the position of a pastor, “All Masculine Pronouns”!

  2. “See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil. Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is.” Eph. 5:15-17 Sounds like somebody I know that goes by the name of Stanley, a servant of the Most High God. Everyday, in all that we do, we are to lift up the Name of Jesus. Thank you.

  3. Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another. Rom. 12:10

    ….exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching. Heb. 10:25
    A fellowservant in the Lord together with a beloved brother, and a faithful minister

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