Borrowed Truths

Those Bad Feelings

those bad feelings
Borrowed Truths

Those Bad Feelings

How many of you reading this can tell me what happened on one of the Hawaiian Islands recently? How much do you know about the forthcoming CBDC’s? What about the cognitive abilities of the president of the United States, what WHO or WEF stands for?

How about this, who was Abiathar? What was the name of David’s first wife? Shall I make it simpler? Why was Paul given a thorn in his side, or perhaps what is the main content of what we call the Sermon on the Mount?

“Let no man deceive himself. If any man among you seemeth to be wise in this world, let him become a fool, that he may be wise.” (1st Cor. 3:18)

Did I make you feel bad? Do you stand convicted of where you stand now, or where you should be standing?

Tell me, all these items of the world that are occurring, all the wrong paths that the wicked are taking as they assist our adversary in bringing evil upon the planet, do you plan on standing around in heaven speaking about them in a hundred years or so?

How much time you spend here in the Word of God is relative to what you believe is important, and I mean this in no offensive way, with some I could be completely wrong, but I am going to presume that the difference in the percentage of time you spend watching the world compared to the time you seek the face of God is quite a lot. Sports, news, weather, YouTube videos to pass the time, garnering useless information that, in one way, you deceive yourself into believing is important.

If I was a betting man, and I used to be, I would bet that within a short time of reading this letter you will feel convicted, pick up your Bible and begin to search the Scriptures.

It’s called forced attrition, and people do so, modify their ways that is, after they have been caught at something they know they should not have been doing.

Hell is full of these types of people.

Let me guess, “How can I warn them about what is approaching if I do not keep up with current events?” Warn them about what? Eternal damnation? The Lake of Fire? The Great White Throne of Judgment? Oh, sorry, you just meant the signs leading up to the Rapture and the Tribulation period, didn’t you?

Good for you, a watchman on the wall who speaks of the imminent danger, but not the eternal consequences, one who can inform them of the wrath of God to come on this planet, but not of the eternal wrath that will abide on them throughout all eternity if they do not repent and call upon the name of the Lord Jesus Christ for the salvation of their soul.

But I’m guessing you can converse with them about the latest news of the day, can’t you.

“And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth the mark of his name.” (Rev. 14:11)

How many do you suppose will look up at you as you stand on the edge of the place of eternal torment and scream, “Why didn’t you tell me!” 

“When I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely die; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the wicked from his wicked way, to save his life; the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at thine hand.” (Eze. 3:18)

How many others blood will be required of you?

I have my fair share as well.

As you stare at your screens and your monitors, ask yourself this question, how will this profit those I am sent to speak to, how will it draw them to the cross?

Tired old men meet in coffee shops to speak of trivial matters, men of God do not busy themselves with such foolishness. If you feel bad, go read your Bible, maybe it will make those bad feelings go away.

For a while.

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