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Stand Still, But Don’t Be Idle.
I’ve had some recent conversations with people I disagree with that perplex me.
I’m sure they feel the same way.
I’m in search of common ground but can only find tiny islands and even those seem to be a stretch.
It is my belief there are evil forces as work in this world.
The battle between good and evil is in full court.
What was considered right is now considered wrong by cultural standards and vice-versa.
The more culture calls for an end to hate the more its own hate reveals its angry temper and pushes to silence opposition.
For decades people like me ignored the obvious places that would lead to more anger, thinking surly they will come around.
But instead the hole got deeper and the deception more outlandish.
I read this morning “And He shall bring it to pass.”
You can’t save a drowning man.
“Spiritual forces cannot work while earthly forces are active.”
Maybe it’s time to pray and then leave it alone.
I’m not saying stay silent, not at all.
But for me it’s remembering I don’t know the outcome of this current state of affairs. I don’t want to get in the way of what God is doing. Destruction will come and we all get to pay the price of the folly of others.
“Stand Still” I hear from God.
He doesn’t say retreat.
He doesn’t say be idle.
To Stand Still means keeping the posture of an upright man or woman ready to take action. Expect further orders and when all Hell comes for you, move only when God tells you too.
“He and only He shall bring His will to pass.”