Some things come to you as blessings,
others come to teach you lessons.
Will you learn or turn away,
from what has come to you today?
Everyone must make a choice
that is why I’ve raised my voice.
To some things you’ll not agree,
all I ask is, “Simply read”.
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
If you read yesterday's blog post, you are
familiar with the two words that I defined and contrasted: "Nescience" and "Ignorance". If you’re not familiar,
please read the last post before reading this one, it will clarify a great deal
of what I’m about to say. Consider this as a continuation from the last post,
because the next line in the poem, draws a contrast between whether people wish
to continue to “ignore the truth” of the matter or do something different?
We always wish to leave you with an alternative;
that’s what God does, and we seek to be like Him. Therefore, let us analyze
line 21 – the alternative.
20: Will you on purpose continue being deceived? Listening to Satan like
our Mother Eve?
21:Or will you today earnestly seek, to
worship the Savior – bow at His feet?
Only you can
answer that question: will you, even today earnestly seek to worship the
Savior? Well, you might ask, “Why should I worship Him? Who is this Savior that I
should worship? And why on earth, do I need to bow at His feet?”
Allow me to answer
you with the best tool I have available to me: the Holy Bible.
1. Perhaps the
first answer should be directed to question #2, for points of clarity. “Who is this Savior that I should worship?”
This Savior is Jesus (Matthew
1:21); the creator of heaven and earth (Colossians
1:14-17); the one who was with the Father God, in the beginning, before
this world was created (John
1:1-3). Jesus, the one who was in counsel with God the Father and the Holy
Spirit, when they decided to create you in their image (Genesis
2. Now question
#1, “Why should I worship Him?” You should worship Him, because He is worthy
of worship as the Creator of mankind and all things (Revelation
John 5:3-5). Also, Jesus is the
designated Creator God, who would die on your behalf, after sin entered the
4:4-5), you see, the Law of God had been broken; the divine law (I
3. Question #3, “Why do I need to bow at His feet?” You
need to bow at His feet because of the marvelous and loving sacrifice He made
on your behalf. Therefore, God the Father has commanded that every knee should
Consequently, I’ve learned that everyone has been
given choices (Deuteronomy
30:19); this privilege was granted to us, at creation, by the one whom we
have been discussing. Each of us will do well, if we seek to make the right
24:15): the right choice is to forever and always
freely worship the Creator!
are taken from the KJV – King James Version Bible
The Death Poem
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