L. A. Marzulli
Pro 27:17 As iron sharpens iron, a friend sharpens a friend.
This BLOG has a lot of dynamics to it. On some days it sounds a warning about UFOs, and what I call the Coming Great Deception. On others it is all about the prophetic stage being set for fulfillment, as we see with Turkey abandoning the west and turning toward Iran. We talk about a variety of subjects, from the drug cartel wars on our border with Mexico, to the coming war in the Middle East. We discuss topics like the coming New World Order, the Mark of the Beast, the rise of the one world religious system, the increase in so-called natural disasters, like earthquakes and volcanic activity, and of course the Nephilim.
Recently I had pastor Chris Ward on Acceleration Radio and we had a very interesting two hour discussion. This discussion has sparked lots of comments, left on this BLOG and a flurry of Emails personally addressed to me. As the proverb tells us above: Iron sharpens iron, a friend sharpens a friend.
This sharpening process can be rewarding as it stretches us out of our comfort zone and forces us to think about new ideas. This sharpening should drive us into the word and like the Bereans, that Paul refers to, we search the scriptures and reason together. At the end of this, we may agree to disagree and that’s fine, but we should never fall prey to personal attacks toward those we don’t agree with.
We are admonished by Yashua/Jesus that the sign that will set apart believers from those in the world, is that they will have love one for another. This love is given to us by the Spirit of the Living God. It is called in the Greek, agape, and it is a love that transcends human abilities. This is why we are able to love those who persecute us, or those whom we disagree with.
As we go through life the world around us is constantly changing and we are faced with new issues to think about. Most of us here have, what I would consider, a Biblical world-view. This means that everything that we think about passes through the filter of God’s word and, in my opinion, that is a good thing. It is within this framework that iron sharpens iron. It is within a Biblical paradigm that we look at the complex issues like transhumanism, or can a modern Nephilim be saved.
In closing todays BUN, iron sharpens iron, the exchange of ideas, concepts, and information is a good thing, as it makes us think. We should never be afraid to examine a new idea just because we’ve never thought about it before or because it goes against what we have learned. We have the Word of God to search and if we come to an impasse, we then can resort to prayer, and wait and see what the Spirit would say about the matter. If we disagree that’s fine too!
Hbr 4:12 For the word of God is full of living power. It is sharper than the sharpest knife, cutting deep into our innermost thoughts and desires. It exposes us for what we really are.
If no distinct answer comes to us, then we can put it on the back burner and watch and wait to see what happens. In the end the words of Paul should rule our hearts and minds…
Cr 13:8 Love never fails. But whether there are prophecies, they will fail; whether there are tongues, they will cease; whether there is knowledge, it will vanish away.
Love is the better way!