Judges 21:25 (KJV)
“In those days there was no king in Israel: Every man did that which was right in his own eyes.”
There is a frustration that has come over the land —one that can not be worked out—–a time—“When the enemy shall come in like a flood, information pills …” Isaiah 59:19 (KJV). We are at a place in history were—”The bricks are fallen down…” and because of arrogance and evilness in the land the people think they can build with— “…but we will build with hewn stones.” Isaiah 9:10 (KJV). The people of this land, are like Samson—- “…And he wist not that the Lord was depart from him.” Judges 16:20 (KJV)
We have now come to a place were nothing is working—-both in the political arena and in the social circles, even as the different groups continue to push back with what they think is maximum efforts. There is no penetration of righteousness—–there is no correction of the policy that goes in evil directions. We have no agreement in what is to be the goodness of the land. We have nothing but frustration and a pushing back and forth of the psychopathic beliefs of the Left and Right—-the Liberal and Conservative—- the Socialist and Capitalist—–Big Government and Small government. The frustration coming when the supposed correction has no effect in correcting anything or the making of it right.
Why is this? And how long will this back and forth go on with no correction of the conditions—before the country and culture destroys itself? What is wrong with our mechanism of correction? Why is nothing having a positive effect, don’t we understand the problems or issues? I say no we do not. Let me suggest there is no repentance nor turning to the Lord and His law, and without this turning to the Lord we have no truth of repentance—–no truth in understanding the nature of the problem.
The Republican Party will not push for Principles, Ethics or Morals nor will they argue Biblical Principles. They certainly will not say with convictions—-there are God given rights—along with having the Constitution as the law of the land. If you place the church in a neutral position of doing nothing to counter evil, you find yourself in a terrible position of frustration with no logic or reason able to gain the upper hand and certainly not being able to argue a solid position of correctness. Why is this?—-Because reason cannot over come this evil—– “They will not retain God—-being filled with all unrighteousness—without understanding—-who knowing the judgment of God—-and they are worthy of death—-have pleasure in them that do evil.” (Quite the charge from Paul in Romans 1:18-32)
How can anyone through logic and reason think they can argue to some righteous conclusion with people like this. There must be a point of recognizing we are sinning against God and His laws and come to repentance of those sins—until that happens there will be nothing but frustration through a continual disagreement and a sense of foreboding—-having a feeling of eminent danger. It will make no sense to argue unless one side has their foundation on the solid rock of Biblical Law. Then and only then can at least one side force the people to the knowledge of HIS truth. but if both sides argue secular positioning through false reasoning——how can anything but the stronger position (Might makes right) win the day and that is what we see happening with the media today. Today the might of the Progressive seems to be carrying the day—with only fleeting moments of success for the conservative (IE:Toomey’s defeat)
If we have no calling for a Biblical position—–with never a “Thus saidth the Lord”—–and because of not calling on the Lord—-we can’t get to that position of repentance. With that—-there will be no moving forward and frustration will be the emotion of the day that surrounds us—all the while slowly killing the social fabric through corruption and sin—-There will come a day were frustration will turn into complete collapse of the culture—-and all the people will realize we have sinned and crossed the line into total destruction.
All you Saints “Not to Worry” We Shall See—-don’t you think?