posted on Nov, 30 2011 @ 09:40 PM
reply to post by Bicent76
I believe also that the world is changing. I know every generation believes that it cannot get any worse and we point to all the horrible events in
the past but something is different about the days we live in. When you look to the past the enemy always seemed apparent, i.e. Hitler, communism,
In today’s times it has become very difficult to detriment who or even what the enemy is. We have followed a path of slavery both to TBTB and
material positions. When I was a child everything I owned had value. We took care of our toys and our electronic gadgets. Today it seems like every
time you purchase something 5 min later it is trash. Our lust for material goods keeps us in a constant state of slavery to TBTB. Isn’t each of
us to blame?
Look at our lives, and our children. Do we even know our neighbor? If not for Holidays would we ever see our family? Can our children hold a
conversation for more than 5 min? Television shows used to tell a 30 min story and now if a show does not have, sex, drugs, comedy(usually not all
that funny), or violence every 30 seconds the show gets cancelled. This is what we our watching. Again isn’t each of us to blame?
We have become slaves to what we posses and for the most part we hate where this has led. So who is the enemy?
All of us who follow what we know to be against our nature are to blame. I know I will lose some of you here but we must come back to the first two
commandments. Love your god with all your heart, and love your neighbor as yourself. Our god has become money and the goods that we consume. They
can do nothing to make you happy. We must put God, friends, family, and neighbors back into our lives before it’s too late.
Your brother in Christ. May God help us and his will be done.