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Let us choose…

 

Sunday, May19th, 2019

by Ken Pullen

ACP — A Crooked Path

 

There are only two paths, two choices, two ways to go in EVERY THING — in EVERYTHING. Only two paths, two ways although people delude themselves otherwise, and the world in its seductions, lies and babel gives the illusion otherwise. There is the Lords’ way. According to the entire, complete, all-encompassing anything that comes towards us, within us, around us in this life — the Holy Bible contains anything, all things that can ever happen to any person anywhere at any time in any moment of history — then there is the world’s way. Or, Satan’s way although people choose to omit that fact. The world is going to continually tell you there is more than one pathway to happiness, more than one pathway to success, to joy, so on. The world lies. The world deceives. The world likes to keep enslaved and confused those which it has captured, keeping walking in perpetual circles of darkness. Repeating its mantra like the indoctrinated its disciples are. If going down the world’s pathway? You are walking hand in hand with the devil. Period. Remove the sugarcoating, the flavorings, the deceptions, the modern-day psycho-babble Tower of Babel lies and confusion and if walking down the pathway of this world you are walking with the Evil One. Period. No excuses.

So, that said…

Let us choose to us judgment: let us know among ourselves what is good.

Job 34:4 — King James Version

…and in order to do and know the above we can only turn to the Holy Scriptures, only walk with the Lord and on His righteous pathway avoiding the pathway of the world and the Evil One.

Plain and always not so simple, but doable — vital. Necessary. And, in truth? Truly simple if we are truly transformed, renewed of mind and spirit, in prayer, in the Word, living with Christ in mind foremost. Before taking one step down the world’s pathway asking ourselves if that step is the right one, or the wrong one? Is that step one towards God our Father, Jesus our Lord, not grieving the Holy Spirit, or is it one walking towards the devil in sin for our own pleasure? To please someone else when we know it isn’t right in the sight of God? Because we’re lazy, lax, of the world more than of God?

Let us choose to us judgment: let us know among ourselves what is good.

Job 34:4 — King James Version