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Letter: Circumstances turn into consequences

5:56 PM, Mar. 13, 2013  |  Comments
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Editor: In these troubling times, it's important to realize that the "signs of the times" are designated to show us a greater reality. That reality is to show that if truth is not allowed or encouraged to not be trusted, that circumstances usually will turn out to be consequences.

This is true today as troubling consequences plague society - it's because society has turned away from truth, turned away from God and embraced the vanity of social ethics and promoted false securities under the guise of "better acceptable or ethical" political and religious reforms.

God himself has warned that to turn away from him is a mockery he won't accept, and that to embrace anything other than what his divine providence has designated for humanities survival, security and success will create for man the turmoil that man is forced to deal with unknowing of the full results that those choices create.

The Bible gives strong direct and prophetic warnings that the days of "blind" circumstantial living lead to future days of consequential results if God's way isn't trusted and used. These warnings give clear and insightful information to mankind that to venture out of line thinking that living outside of faith is holy will only lead to eventual destructive results.

This is clearly being shown in today's political arenas, and its effects will spill over into every aspect of life, because people are being programmed to think that political or religious dogma is better then understanding the truth of God in faith. God only honors the blood of Christ and its result of leading mankind to God by faith in the cross, after which can God's own Holy Spirit lead people on the circumstantial trail of making proper decisions for the proper reasons. All else is just the quicksand of destructive vanity.

Dennis Ross

Marshfield

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