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Since: Sep 12
#1 Jan 11, 2013
A Calamity: Accepting This World As Our Home
Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him. 1 John 2:15
Of all the calamities that have been visited upon the world, the surrender of the human spirit to this present world and its ways is the worstwithout doubt!
No oriental monarch ever ruled his cowering subjects with any more cruel tyranny than thingsvisible things, audible things, tangible thingsrule mankind.
That we who were made to communicate with angels and archangels and seraphim and with the God who made them allthat we should settle down here as a wild eagle of the air come down to scratch in the barnyard with the common hensthis I say is the worst of anything that has ever come to the world!
It seems incredible that we who were made for many worlds should accept this one world as our ultimate home.
Man was made in the image of God and is now a fallen being that has left its place in the celestial world and has plummeted down like a falling star. Now, in this world, he has all but forgotten the place from which he came.
That is why the devil sees to it that we seldom get alone with time to think and meditate on the reality of the other world. For when a man really gets alone, he senses often that this life in this world is not the answerit is not the end.
Actually and simply, a Christian is one who dedicates himself to God to inhabit another and better world!
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