The God Ego

Written by TrysDan Roberts

Why are governments so intent on controlling every aspect of its citizens’ lives?" Because it makes them feel like God. Or in other words, more secure with their delusional views of human destiny and fate.

The Elite that has always controlled information and knowledge is calledrepparttar God Ego. Todayrepparttar 132412 main players are mainstream media andrepparttar 132413 politicians. Because ofrepparttar 132414 increased desire to control our own lives, inrepparttar 132415 years to come, you will seerepparttar 132416 masses breaking free fromrepparttar 132417 God Ego’s dominance and control.

To understand howrepparttar 132418 fate ofrepparttar 132419 world unfolds, you have to examinerepparttar 132420 nature of power.

Power can be divided into two categories: Internal Will and External Will.


External Will,repparttar 132421 power ofrepparttar 132422 God Ego, includes Political Religious Extremists, corporate wealth, military might, and political influence.

Power allowsrepparttar 132423 God Ego to believe their lives are above all others. From this position, they work very hard to manipulate and controlrepparttar 132424 destiny ofrepparttar 132425 masses, i.e.… invading and taking over other countries, permitting certain portions ofrepparttar 132426 human population to die as a result of disease, starvation, genocide, and war.

Torepparttar 132427 God Ego,repparttar 132428 purpose of life is to be on top ofrepparttar 132429 Food Chain which allows them to believe they are protected from human destiny, that is, death. But, those who imprison, rape, and kill, eventually destroy themselves. As The God Ego breaks away fromrepparttar 132430 simplistic concept of God as all-loving, all-forgiving and peaceful; to create their own God in an image of themselves, they eventually begin to perish. That's whyrepparttar 132431 world is in such a mess, you are watchingrepparttar 132432 destruction ofrepparttar 132433 arrogant God Ego. Althoughrepparttar 132434 God Ego will tell you they are invincible ( George W. Bush Regime.)

Mercy, Not Sacrifice

Written by Joyce C. Lock

Hebrews 10: 8-29

We have heard it said, "I don't smoke, curse, or chew; or run around with women who do." Will somebody please give them a cookie ... to shut them up? Isn't that a bit like gloating, "I'm saved and you're not"? I mean, really. Who is he that condemneth? (Romans 8:34) If you didn't die onrepparttar cross, you don't haverepparttar 132409 right to condemn anyone.

Or, maybe what they meant was, "Your sin is worse than mine, so that makes me more righteous than you." But, that isn't true, either, as all unrighteousness is sin. (I John 5:17)

Perhaps they would like to rephrase their statement to, "Those, who do so, couldn't possibly be saved." Though, I guess they weren't listening when God said He doesn't judgerepparttar 132410 outward appearance, but looks for their true heart. (I Samuel 16:7)

The next response might be, "Well, if they were following God, completely, He would remove those demons." Oh, really. Isn't that a bit like callingrepparttar 132411 kettle black? How is your back doing? Did your car breakdown, this week? Maybe your boss is being particularly difficult. And, oh, those teenagers!

If one had a pure heart for God, wouldn't they love His children, too? (Jude 1:21-23)

As is often discretely expressed, "Well, they're certainly not going to serve God, in our church, until they get things right." But I wonder, did anyone ask God about that? (Romans 11:29)

Jesus described these as sick (Matthew 9:11-13) and said that befriending them is wisdom; for which these would justify that wisdom. (Matthew 11:19) Well, there goesrepparttar 132412 theory that alcoholics are not sick. Suppose we were to separate from diabetics, too.

We welcome people, into our congregation, with physical infirmities. But, let one spiritually handicapped come into our presence and, at best, we allow them to sit in a pew; separating from them inrepparttar 132413 true fellowship that would otherwise come through serving together, leaving them onrepparttar 132414 outside looking in. (I John 1:7)

When we shutrepparttar 132415 door on those that are spiritually blind, lame, or sick, do we not realize that is evil? (Malachi 1:8)

Perhaps we also forgot that those we deem more feeble really are necessary (I Corinthians 12:22) and that, in God's house, all who have a heart to serve are welcomed. (Isaiah 56:7) Jesus tells us that mercy is desired more than our sacrifice and to go learn what that means. (Matthew 9:13)

But, here, Jesus goes a step further by saying, "If ye had known what this meaneth ... ye would not have condemnedrepparttar 132416 guiltless." (Matthew 12:7)

There's that condemnation thing, again. Now, wait a minute. Jesus was referring to Himself, wasn't He? Well, probably, but not just Him. Think about it. If you had learned what mercy meant, you would not be condemning others ~ period.

Ok, butrepparttar 132417 guiltless part ... guiltless? Now, how can sinners be guiltless? From God's perspective, that's an easy one to answer.

First, He already told us that man looks uponrepparttar 132418 outward appearance. So, when we do, our judging has to be in error.

Secondly, whenever we try to name another's sin, we are only condemning ourselves. (Romans 2:1)

And thirdly, Jesus left a provision for such as these.

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