Church silence promotes violence to humans, to animals, to our
environment, to our economy, to our education, to our finances, and to our health.
By: Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman
The unfortunate problem is that more people seek to do evil than seek to do good. They only seem to want to satisfy the lust of their eyes, the lust of their flesh, and the boastful pride of their lives, which John tells are the basis of all sins. The Holy Spirit prompts everyone of what God desires of us, through what we usually refer to as our conscience. As a result, these hard of heart people try to justify their lifestyle through the distortion of God's word, and by leading others astray into their way of thinking, by playing on their lusts.
We need to remember that the Bible teaches us that the father of lies is the devil. So, if these so-called Christians are part of the lie, they are really following the devil and the spirit of the antichrist. They are not followers of Jesus Christ.
True Christians are known by and through their love for the whole of God's creation.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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