"Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee." Jeremiah 1:5
"His name was called Jesus, which was so named of the angel before he was conceived in the womb." Luke 2:21
"They that observe lying vanities forsake their own mercy." Jonah 2:8
They know it's wrong. Even people with the moral self-awareness of a turnip are aware that the shooting today in Uvalde, Texas is an abomination... an evil, criminal act.
Anyone (anyone) who believes people have the right to murder a child in the days and weeks after birth, does not get to have an opinion about the shooting today in Uvalde, Texas. They've disqualified themselves. Anyone who feigns outrage and pain over the mass murder of children while giving themselves the right to do the same thing, is a hypocrite and you should avoid them like the plague. They have forsaken their own mercy (Jonah 2:8), and will drag you down with them.
Those who have rejected their own mercy will seize this opportunity to push forward a tyrannical, self-righteous political agenda. From a position of unquestioned moral superiority, as usual. Paradoxically, they are doing this because, deep down, they know the shooting is wrong. If they were honest about their beliefs, they'd give this guy the Greta Thunberg Award for Eugenicist of the Year. But they know it's wrong, so they will condemn it, even if only as a way of promoting an agenda that celebrates it.
Abhorrent. Like all religious hypocrites, they couldn't make a mistake if it was part of the job description, yet they revel in standing on a pedestal reading from an endless list of your transgressions.
This is dangerous, dangerous ground. They are storing up wrath for themselves, and will not be found guiltless before the God who has given them the grace to have the time to look in the mirror, ask an honest question of the petty deity staring back at them, and REPENT. If they don't repent, they will answer for their hypocrisy. Whether they like it, believe it, or not.
"But after thy hardness and impenitent heart treasurest up unto thyself wrath against the day of wrath and revelation of the righteous judgment of God; Who will render to every man according to his deeds." Romans 2:5-6
Like separating yourself from people camping out and having a drinking party on railroad tracks, it is important to distance yourself from these people, regardless of who they are. Not because you're better than they are. You're not. That's their mistake; don't follow them in that, either. But don't hang out on the railroad tracks with doomed people, and don't take their derision, slander, or rejection to heart. They are fools, and the devil is dangling the potential pain of losing their "friendship" in front of you to keep you on the tracks, in the path of an oncoming train. Let them "curse you." It isn't you they're cursing; it's themselves. Which is why God commands us to bless our enemies, incidentally. Easier said than done, but it's what separates people who are being sanctified in their walk with Christ, and people who dance on the edge of a cliff with a flower in their hand, as though nothing bad could ever happen to them.
The Bible is very clear about avoiding all kinds of sorcery, including Tarot. I've never done it and would never suggest it to anyone, but it's interesting that even in the devil's camp, the fool is depicted as someone skipping gleefully along the edge of their own imminent demise.
A very positive guy, the fool. Looking down and considering the (very real) danger would probably strike him as "negative." Western culture has gone soft with "positivity." That's another topic for another time, but "positivity" without reality is a subjective fantasy, at best. The kind of thinking suitable for children at playtime. At worst, unchecked, free-range positivity is a death trip.
In a word, naive.
But back to the original topic of this article....
Regarding the murders of 20 people today in Uvalde, Texas, we must not align ourselves with anyone who feigns outrage over the violent shooting death of children, while promoting the violent death of children up to however many days or weeks after birth the eugenicists have decided is acceptable for us to EUTHANIZE them.
"Post-birth" abortions, I think they call them.
Well, like it or not, Salvador Ramos just called your bluff. After "doing the world a favor" by killing his grandmother first, since, y'know, old people are useless and all.
I mean, if you really believe people are a virus, that depopulation is a good thing, and that children are bad for the environment, you really only have 2 acceptable reactions to this shooting:
CELEBRATION, or REPENTANCE.
You should either repent, or celebrate. You don't get to condemn something you believe in. Not without heaping up wrath for yourself in the day of judgment. If you believe children are a pox on the universe, put your money where your mouth is RIGHT NOW,
and make T-shirts of Salvador Ramos' face, to wear when your Che Guevara shirts are dirty.
The name "Salvador" means SAVIOUR, after all.
If this guy doesn't get the Greta Thunberg Award for Eugenicist of the Year, I will be profoundly disappointed.
So which is it, repentance, or celebration?
People have actually been conditioned to hate the idea that they don't get to have a truth, that truth is something that exists independently of their own ever-shifting, disconsolate will, but really, if you believe in abortion at all, you don't get to care about dead kids. If you think spiritual reality is going to mold itself to suit your self-righteous whims, see Jonah 2:8 and Jeremiah 1:5.
It's your soul.
Burn it down as you see fit.
p.s. Like a good Che Guevara admirer, I would like to capitalize on the death of the innocent while preaching about community and the environment, so I hereby nominate Salvador Ramos, "The Saviour of the Environment," for the Greta Thunberg Award for Eugenicist of the Year. Salvador Ramos wasn't PERFECT, but at least he wasn't white. If he was gay, he'd probably be alive today, if the patriarchy hadn't killed him first, which it just did. #hero
Get the T-shirt here: