Monday, April 24, 2006

"Just" A Path

Scripture: “In the days of Shamgar son of Anath, in the days of Jael, the roads were abandoned; travelers took to winding paths.” Judges 5:6 NIV

The above verse could read as “In the days of George Walker Bush, son of George Herbert Walker Bush, in the days of Laura, the churches were empty; worshippers compromised their values.”

The churches of today are empty of worshippers, true worshippers in Spirit and in Truth. The attendees are compromisers, those who try to live in the world and change what God says in His Word, adapting to their lifestyles.

In much of the world, I see where the laws of God are tested daily. Human cloning, embryo stem cell research, same sex marriages are just some of the issues.

We do take the winding paths. We, the travelers on the paths of righteousness, pussyfoot around the inherent truth of life. With our apathetic stances on these important issues we open our selves to satan and fail to speak what we know to be the truth.

If we would just stick to the ‘paths of righteousness’ He will ‘make our path straight’. When we take to the winding paths, we’re treading on dangerous ground.


Shelley L. MacKenzie said...

Amen. I am in agreeance with what you are saying.

Brigitte said...

It is so easy to walk the paths of the world. And it is so hard to walk the path God has chosen for us - but so much more rewarding! And what an inheritance we will have! What you say is so true, we need to stop compromising our faith and stand up for what we know in Christ is right - so easy to say, but oh SO hard to do....

Shelley - you a kitty person too?

Soul Reflections said...

Yes. I love kitties but only have a 'grandson and 2 granddaughters' now. Mine have all gone to be with the Lord where I'll see them someday.