WALKING ZOMBIES: Mikey St. John

Whosoever trangresseth and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and Son (2 John 1:9 KJV).

If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not in your house, neither bid him God speed: for he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds (2 John 1: 10 – 11 KJV).

Do you see the seriousness of this, children of God. We cannot fall asleep. We must be observant, and keep watch at all times. [We must be vigilant]. For the devil is always busy, waiting for any weakness to step in, corrupt, and conquer.

Having said that, we are becoming a society of zombies, being drawn to the influence of others, like magnets, who often say the things we want to hear, not necessarily the right things, but the popular, hypnotic things. And we seem unable to pull away from the corrupt and even from those who stay in the grey area of indecision, lacking commitment and conviction.

This has evolved beyond the confinement of the unbelievers, spreading itself into the fabric of our churches where we see followers of deceivers, the corrupt leading the blind. Satan has infiltrated the minds of many in the churches to do his dirty work. And many are caught up in the claws of the devil. They stand on shakey ground, nothing worthy or worthwhile, the difficult thing that demands the true wisdom and understanding of God. Many well – intended individuals, instead, have grown accustomed to what is easy, not necessarily right, and often finding themselves in a toxic environment of right and wrong intermingled for that intended purpose, which is how the devil has weaved his web. We must depart from churches that align themselves with corruption and doctrine that does not fully honor the teachings of the Bible, our God, and our Lord. We must depart from churches that follow the Pagan traditions of Easter [changing the name from Easter to Resurrection which does not make it right] and Christmas, chasing after riches in vanity and not in God, when Jesus himself asked his disciples to leave all behind and follow him. And we see in (Luke 18: 18 – 24 KJV) that a certain ruler asked Jesus what shall he do to enter the kingdom of God, and his answer might disappoint many. He did not advise him to bring his riches with him, nor did he advise them to spend their time accumulating vanities upon vanities. He did not tell them to sow this seed and that seed because they are poor, weary, and in need of hope. Because all they really needed was him. But we crave after excess, not after our needs but after our wants (Matthew 19:21; 23:25 KJV). When you know better we ought to do better. Our objective should always be to please God. Because ultimately he will be our judge.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God (John 1:1). Is not the Word of God enough? But men will seek to destroy that which is good to honor that which is bad.

Any thing good in life demands sacrifice. And the kingdom of God certainly does (Matthew 16: 24 – 25 KJV). Be mindful of the things that come too easy in life. If your pastor cannot stand up against the corruption and the hostility towards God [when we oppose God’s way we are being hostile towards him], does not deny or condemn evil, or the worshiping of idols, then are you under the guidance of a man of God or a man of Satan? Many do not and will not admit when they have been deceived. They would rather continue on their present path, even to the point of destruction and eternal death [letting pride get in their way of eternal life]. What a dear price to pay for denial and loyalty. If you want to be loyal to anyone be loyal to Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who walked upon this earth in the flesh, and gave his life on Calvary so we may live in the light, in the glory of God. But men rather live in darkness. O men of rubbers and thieves, O men who will stand in the temple of God and deceive others, do you not fear God? Jesus says, “For many are called, but few are chosen (Matthew 22:14 KJV).” Are we then to disregard the Word of God? God forbid.

They may say that can’t be. How could this be? And yet many may say, “We’re too far gone — too preoccupied to be shaken. We are sternly committed in the process; we’ll not depart — we cannot depart — we are too far gone to turn back now”. This is now the new reality, being caught up in a mindless, wandering world of many who could not care to discern anyone, even more so those who do questionable things (1Thessolonians 5:21 KJV). They alone are in their world, alone, one of madness, corruption, and darkness. Denying ourselves the truth does not make the wrong things right. It just gives us a false sense of security. Inevitability must prevail. However, we can open our eyes, air on the side of caution, and look at the word of God. He has provided us his teachings for these such causes. We don’t have to continue on our destructive path. Let us take heed to the word of God, lest we consider a destiny of destruction the way of eternal damnation. We are given more guidance about false doctrines in (1 Timothy 4:1 – 16 KJV).

We are all sinners. We all have made mistakes and may continue to make them. People often say, “Accept the things you cannot change.” That does not mean that we must die a slow, horrible, hopeless death. Let the false prophets, false preachers, die their own death. We must make every effort to right that which is wrong. Even if it means departing from things we might have thought to be on the foundation of solid ground. These are serious times that demand our discernment. We must allow God to guide us on our soul searching journey. And I am certain that he will if we seek him solemnly. We cannot allow ourselves to fall victims to illusions, hypnotic ideologies, doctrines of fallacious teachings, when the word of God is built on the foundation of Christ. We must follow the one true path, and depart from all others. Believe in the word of God. Put your trust in God. Ask him to influence your lives, open your hearts and minds to his wisdom, to be able to distinguish validity according to the teachings of the Bible, and invalidity of man made religion. We honor the Church of Christ, the one God, the righteous and faithful God. And we despise the corruption that leak into the fabric of our churches, destroying souls in their quest for riches. If you do not depart from fallacious doctrines, you will fall for anything. Soon you may find yourselves worshipping rocks, crystals, trees, and all sorts of images. We must stay on the righteous path, follow the true doctrine, built on the foundation of Christ. For that is the glorious path that pleases our God.

Seek ye first the kingdom of God and not the prideful, corrupt ways of man or the massive gathering that follows the destructive path. But let the word of God be your guiding light. If all stand against God, let them stand by themselves. Forsake all others for God. Carry the burden of the Cross. And my God will remember you in the days of sorrows. When you call on him he give ear to your call; for he knows that you walk the narrow path. May the grace of God rest upon you. May the wisdom of my God grant you an understanding to depart from the things that are detriment to your souls as you continue to glorify him in his righteousness. Thank you LORD.

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