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Monday, December 29, 2014

God is a Jealous God

That which has been is that which will be, and that which has been done is that which will be done. So there is nothing new under the sun... However the Bane of Jealousy I have seen in the church people who pray for hurt upon women and men of God. Some may call there selves intercessors and some prophet, for God but intercessors for Satan. Satan has his intercessors too in the church as well. We command that Spirit to reap habit in hell and not on this earth that we are traveling railving God of love and peace will strike back on behalf of His anointed and prophet they will find there selves six feet under and wondering why this has happen to them because your carrying around this bane of jealousy God help you. It is an aggravated assault on God, it would ultimately extinguish the race feud, which is the great bane of the country. This has cause the great fallen away because of these ungodly actions. Separation and clicks in the church has risen to a high. It’s time to shut you down.  This is not an action of love and is not an act of lifting up the Savior.  Having selfish motives brings on Jealousy to get what you want. They will even try to separate those who God has join together. It is a continue cycle that has kill and destroy those who are married those who are called by God and those who have been faithful in the things of God in the church. Certainly we learn from Scripture that there is such a thing as a godly jealousy. We find the Apostle Paul declaring to the Corinthian Church, "I am jealous over you with a godly jealousy, for I have espoused you to one husband that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Christ." He had an earnest, cautious, anxious concern for their holiness, that the Lord Jesus might be honored in their lives. Let it be remembered then, that jealousy, like anger, is not evil in itself, or it could never be ascribed to God; his jealousy is ever a pure and holy flame. The passion of jealousy possesses an intense force, it fires the whole nature, its coals are juniper, which have a most vehement flame; it resides in the lowest depths of the heart, and takes so firm a hold that it remains most deeply rooted until the exciting cause is removed; it wells up from the inmost recesses of the nature, and like a torrent irresistibly sweeps all before it; it stops at nothing, for it is cruel as the grave (Cant. 8:6), it provokes wrath to the utmost, for it is the rage of a man, therefore he will not spare in the day of vengeance (Proverbs 6:34), and it over throws everything in the pursuit of its enemy, for "wrath is cruel, and anger is outrageous; but who is able to stand before jealousy?" For all these reasons jealousy is selected as some faint picture of that tender regard which God has for His own Deity, honor, and supremacy, and the holy indignation which he feels towards those who violate his laws, offend his majesty, or impeach his character. Not that God is jealous so as to bring him down to the likeness of men, but that this is the nearest idea we can form of what the Divine Being feels—if it be right to use even that word toward him—when he beholds his throne occupied by false gods, his dignity insulted, and his glory usurped by others. We cannot speak of God except by using figures drawn from his works, or our own emotions; we ought, however, when we use the images, to caution ourselves and those who listen to us, against the idea that the Infinite mind is really to be compassed and described by any metaphors however lofty, or language however weighty. We might not have ventured to use the word, "jealousy" in connection with the Most High, but as we find it so many times in Scripture, let us with solemn awe survey this mysterious display of the Divine mind. Methinks I hear the thundering words of Nahum, "God is jealous and the Lord revenged, the Lord revenged and is furious, the Lord will take vengeance on is adversaries,  wrath for his enemies , Its at theses time we have to be aggressive in the Word of God to stop this selfish and ungodly act of love. It is a dysfunction to the church the right hand of the Lord hath dashed in pieces the enemy and cast the ancient idols to the ground. Behold the heaps of Nineveh! Search for the desolation's of Babylon! Look upon the broken temples of Greece! See the ruins of Pagan Rome! Journey where you will, you behold the dilapidated temples of the gods and the ruined empires of their foolish votaries. The moles and the bats have covered with forgetfulness the once famous deities of Chaldea and Assyria. The Lord hath made bare his arm and eased him of his adversaries, for Jehovah, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God.

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