that is the thing we are to aim at in all our learning, not only to be knowledgable but to be wise. Proverbs 4:1-11.
The following is an excerpt from an earlier release entitled “COST OF LIVING.”
“There is scarcely any sin against which our Lord Yeshua more warns his disciples, than disquieting, distracting, distrustful cares about the things of this life. This often insnares the poor as much as the love of wealth does the rich.
We are brought to this truth, “take no thought for your life.” Not about the length of it, but refer it to God to lengthen or shorten it as he pleases; our times are in his hands, and they are in good hands.”
I desire to comment about the release of “HAVING AN ANSWER.” This message has taken me to the very core of my belief, walk with God, and His Son Yeshua. The task on hand, I know, is deeply controversial, but I trust the Lord desires it to be addressed. Revealing, how those walking in the world and walking under this false declaration “God is Just Love, and forgives all sin,” leaving out God is a “Just God,” have turned God and His Laws within this movement to honouring these sins Lasciviousness, Lusts, an excess of Wine, Revelings, Banquetings, and Abominable Idolatries, as being in the eyes of those following this false teaching as forgivable and enjoyable.
After the release of these two articles, many made their choice and statement of
which God they desired to follow. Unfortunately, our followers declined from 246 to 85. Walking in the light of truth is, at times, challenging and unpopular, especially when not following the “God Is Love” and forgives all sin movement.
Those reading this article will find what I have been shown as a “WATCHMAN” that God’s children who walk within God’s Commandments, accept the teachings of the Holy Spirit, recognizing, God is Just, and cannot have Enmity before Him, will be blessed with the same wisdom as Solomon, to discern and learn who our neighbours are and what path they are following.
OPENING STATEMENT by Robert
I am utterly amazed by the wisdom God bestowed upon Solomon because he was an overly righteous man. I recognized throughout my research, if we adhere to the teachings of the Holy Spirit, and use the wisdom placed before us through the Scriptures. This same wisdom displayed by Solomon is available for us to hold and use.
I understand through Scripture, Solomon is relating the following, to recognize how to pass through our troubled times ahead, under the premise of having the right information about our surroundings, and those functioning and operating within it.
“That good men are generally well-beloved by their neighbours, but nobody cares for wicked people 1. There indeed are some few that are enemies to the righteous,
that is prejudiced against God and godliness, and are therefore vexed to see good men in power and prosperity but all indifferent persons, even those that have no great stock of religion themselves, have a good word for a good man. Therefore when it goes well with the righteous, when they are advanced and put into a capacity of doing good according to their desire, it is so much the better for all about them, and the city rejoices.”
“Wicked men are public nuisances, not only the burdens but the plagues of their generation. The city is overthrown by the mouth of the wicked, whose evil communications corrupt good manners, are enough to debauch a town, to ruin virtue in it, and bring down the judgments of God upon it.“
“Silence is here recommended as an instance of true friendship, and a preservative of it, and therefore evidence, 1. Of wisdom: A man of understanding, that has rule over his own spirit, if he is provoked, holds his peace, that he may neither give vent to his passion nor kindle the passion of others by any scurrilous language or peevish reflections 2. Of sincerity: He that is of a faithful spirit, that is true, not only to his own promise but to the interest of his friend, conceals every matter which, if divulged, may turn to the prejudice of his neighbour.“
“This prudent friendly concealment is here opposed to two evil vices of the tongue:” The first, “1. Speaking scornfully of a man to his face: He that is void of wisdom discovers his folly by this he despises his neighbour, calls him Raca; Defined as (R’ACA, n. A Syriac word signifying empty, beggarly, foolish a term of extreme contempt.)
But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment: and whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in danger of the council: but whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hellfire. Thou fool, upon the least provocation, and tramples upon him as not worthy of being set with the dogs of his flock. He undervalues himself, who thus undervalues one that is made of the same mould.“
The second being “2. Speaking spitefully of a man behind his back: A tale-bearer that carries all the stories he can pick up, true or false, from house to house, to make mischief and sow discord reveals secrets which he has been entrusted with, and so breaks the laws, and forfeits all the privileges, of friendship and conversation.”
CLOSING PRAYER by Robert
Heavenly Father, I pray you will release the Holy Spirit upon those souls who hear
your call. Bring the knowledge and understanding, with a spirit of acceptance, so they might receive your teachings from the Holy Spirit to guide them through their time of tribulations as they journey forward doing your work and spreading your word. I pray this in Yeshua’s name Amen and Amen.
CLOSING STATEMENT by Robert
The following excerpt shows the depth of evil. The worst of those allowed is the sin of “Lust,“ which has brought same-sex marriage and variously connected atrocities before the altars of these once Holy sanctuaries and places of worship. It has
allowed the spirit of “Lust” to spread throughout our world’s societies as an “acceptable” part of everyday life, including being a typical atmosphere of a family. “And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.” (Genesis 6:5) A preview of the world’s current direction before the eyes of God. Take heed and recognize as a “Just God,” there can be no enmity before Him or His throne.
In closing Solomon in Proverbs 10:23 relates why Sin, is, exceedingly sinful: “It is as laughter to a fool to do mischief; it is as natural to him, and as pleasant, as it is to a man to laugh. Wickedness is his Isaac (that is the word here); it is his delight, his darling, and that in which he pleases himself. He makes a laughing matter of sin. When he is warned not to sin, from the consideration of the law of God and the revelation of his wrath against sin, he makes a jest of the admonition, and laughs at the shaking of the spear; when he has sinned, instead of sorrow for it, he boasts of it, ridicules reproofs, and laughs away the convictions of his own conscience, (Proverbs 14:9 2).”
Why Wisdom is exceedingly wise: “for it carries along with it the evidence of its
own excellency; it may be predicated of itself, and this is encomium enough; you need say no more in praise of a man of understanding than this, “He is an understanding man; he has wisdom; he is so wise as not to do mischief, or if he has, through oversight, offended, he is so wise as not to make a jest of it” Or, to pronounce wisdom wise indeed, read it thus: As it is a sport to a fool to do mischief, so it is to a man of understanding to have wisdom and to show it. Besides the future recompence, a good man has as much present pleasure in the restraints and exercises of religion as sinners can pretend to in the liberties and enjoyments of sin, and much more, and much better.
Thus, “THE MERCIFUL MAN DOETH GOOD TO HIS OWN SOUL!”
This picture represents the future storm because of our stand and walk, we recognize it is on our horizons. However, I know as God’s Watchman sounding the “Trumpet”, Yeshua is right next to all of us as a comforter but as well the light within our lighthouse, which defeats darkness. Hebrews 13:6 “So that we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do unto me.” Blessings to all and may you be filled with Yeshua’s peace, love and compassion.
Remember, these messages are given by a humble servant obedient
to our Lord Yeshua as a Watchman. I pray for all. ”Our Heavenly Father brings us to the river which bringeth forth fruit so we may partake of its sustenance and be filled spiritually with nurturing wisdom, and humble dedication in service to Yeshua. “Blessings to All.” As you go forward in peace, knowledge, and strength.