Wednesday, July 1, 2015


According to (Ezekiel 18:10-18) it is written that there was a righteous man living and abiding by God’s Laws and Commandments, who has a son the complete opposite, what is his outcome?  “Then suppose this man has a son who robs and kills, who does any of these things that the father never did.  He eats sacrifices offered at forbidden shrines and seduces other men’s wives.  He cheats the poor, he robs, he keeps what a borrower gives him as security.  He goes to pagan shrines, worships disgusting idols, and lends money for profit.  Will he live?  No, he will not.  He has done all these disgusting things, and so he will die.  He will be to blame for his own death.                                                                                 
Now suppose this second man has a son.  He sees all the sins his father practised, but does not follow his example.  He doesn’t worship the idols of the Israelites or eat the sacrifices offered at forbidden shrines.  He doesn’t seduce another man’s wife or oppress anyone or rob anyone.  He returns what his borrower gives him as security.  He feeds the hungry and gives clothing to the naked.  He refuses to do evil, and doesn’t lend money for profit.  He keeps My Laws and obeys My Commands.  He will not die because of his father’s sins, but he will certainly live.  His father, on the other hand, cheated and robbed and always did evil to everyone.  And so he died because of the sins he himself had committed.” (GNT).
We cannot assume to be blamed for the sins of our father or mother, son, or daughter.  Each of us has a responsibility for our own actions, but if we condone their evil actions, then we come into their sin as well, for we each have a responsibility to warn someone whom we see is doing wrong and evil things, that God’s order in the universe, will not allow for such actions of misconduct and reviling towards God’s Laws and commands as per the Ten Commandments.
Once we have discovered the evil actions of a father, mother, or a son or daughter’s, we are compelled to warn the person of their evil ways, and God’s punishment thereof, if they don’t mend their ways.
I am a fervent believer, that God is and God will provide, for our daily needs, as long as we remain faithful to Him, whether or not other’s actions are not as we agree.  We can either look after our own responsibilities and be confident that God is overseeing our steps for His future good, and not getting involved in the actions of other’s contrary to God’s will and plans for them.  After warning an offender of God’s rule and order, we must then submit them to the Lord as such, to disconnect ourselves from their deeds and actions:
*”Lord Jesus, you know more about sinful living than we will ever know, and although you witnessed and lived amongst sinners, you did not sin.  Please Lord Jesus, help me to live amongst the people in my family circle, who are not abiding in your order of rule. By obeying your Laws and Commandments, to be able to resist any temptation to condone the wrongdoings, but to be able to witness to them your way, your truth, and your life, that a change may be possible and evident of their willingness to submit to God’s rule for their good outcome and to live in obedience and submission to His sovereignty alone.
Lord Jesus, I commit my life, and my family’s lives into your hands, and may the injustices performed against us from unruly family members, cease to have any standing in our lives any longer, in Jesus’ name I pray Father God, to abolish and revoke us of all our family’s rights again as your rule reinstated, Amen!
So be it Lord Jesus to do it, and I draw the bloodline of Jesus over the whole lots!”


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