posted on May, 31 2010 @ 08:16 AM
The use of the phrase, "Fear Mongering" has become not only convenient for the unlearned/ignorant but, is used to disseminate that ignorance so that
they feel better about themselves for being that way and, to keep others on the same playing field.
It would seem that being unlearned/ignorant about certain matters in which others have insight is a threat to their intellegence. When accusations of
"fear mongering" are let loose, the phrase becomes the vehicle that drives doubt into the minds of others as well. This is a safe place to be for
the one crying wolf, among the spiritually blind with an audience, so they think.
The accuser therefore, howbeit ever so subtle, can remain the expert (at least in his/her own mind) and, convinces others that no one has insight into
certain matters but themselves.
Many have a need or at least feel that they should be the "Top Dog." They have become wise in their own eyes and if certain insight into a matter
does not agree with their "great knowledge," then, "by god it cannot be right and by god, I'll make sure everybody knows it!"
In the end many will be ashamed. In the end many have become fools.
In the Book of Psalms, chapter 14, verse 1 it says that, "the fool has said in his heart there is no God."
It is quite understandable why some blame others for, "fear mongering" when speaking of the things of God, Bible prophecy, end-time events,
It is because the accuser does not understand spiritual matters so, what better way to discount the one who does, by trying to make them look bad so
as to elevate themselves.
To me it is very foolish on the behalf of one who cries, "FEAR MONGERING" when someone else is more enlightened regarding certain issues than they,
who are merely giving warning of road blocks on the paths of life and instruction about detours that will get one safely to his/her destination.
I would caution travelers, of those who come out knashing their teeth because, someone has opened a Bible, God forbid! I would caution a traveler,
about those who know nothing of the Bible but say, "it is not true!" How stupid is that?
When I speak the Word of God, I don't do it to peddle fear which is what a monger is, a peddler. There may be those who by their charm peddle
unbelief but, there are travelers who will not be charmed or convinced.
Some travelers will hear and follow the detours that will lead them to safety. But, then again there will be those who will be convinced that it is
only "fear mongering."
For those who want to deny ignorance, then my advice is to deny a platform for the one who is yelling the loudest, "FEAR MONGER!" "FEAR MONGER!"
For those who would now have me prove the Bible to be true. Let me get done laughing first , then I will say I don't have to prove anything. Try to
make yourself feel better on someone elses account.
"For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;" Because
that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed [it] unto them. For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world
are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, [even] his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:" (Romans