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This is an interpretation from the Bible about how the reins of Christian's lives have been taken away by simple and undetected gestures from the enemy who as a Jester portrays himself as the ruler and uses his powers of seduction and back handedness to lull believers into slumber while lukewarm believers add their fears and troubles along side to further distract the true word of God out of their lives.This action can ultimately bring detriment and derailment of the true believer from following Christ into being led astray from the true path back to the confused state of being lost without God.
This book is not about being ruled or the ruler himself but about the unruly, those of the kingdom and community that choose to be out of the will of those that have the best interest for them in mind, such as a leader or Father of the kingdom. The swell of a man’s ego has a lot to do with who he allows to lead him. It is essential for that person to accept and allow anything to take place but unfortunately many people like to be independent and self-governing. They neither accept the rule of law or understand it and for more those who do not wish to reign with righteousness live outside of the kingdom, metaphorically speaking.
A self-governing person is not only endangering their own life but they involve anyone in their circle family or friends, whether they choose to join or not. Those same unruly and rebellious people refuse to name themselves as sheep or to be pastored, they also refuse to make a commitment to a home church. These are double-minded believers who know the truth but think that they know more than anyone else so they refuse rules or structure comparing any foundation as legalistic and not in accordance with their version of “grace”. There’s no grey area between grace and legalism and both sides of the issue can cause division between believers, especially to those who aren’t committed or willing to commit to anyone with Christian authority.
Just as the royals and nobility were very prevalent and powerful in the lives of the early populous so was the behind the scene insignificant king’s entourage. These are men mostly consisting by mere definition that they were male but otherwise hold very little regard to any credence of their fortitude. They have sold it as the ungrateful son sold his inheritance for a bowl of soup. Giving up the sublime for the tangible and present, living in the know for fear of the consequences that their decision could bring.
There are men and women in the church today that appear as everyone and act like everyone else but unfortunately are being led by a different spirit and hearing a different voice. Those who hear it would think you to be paranoid and overly suspicious; “The kingdom of heaven may be compared to a man who sowed good seed in his field. But while his men were sleeping, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and went away. Matt. 13:24-25. It isn’t that we should suspect each other of living wrong or doing wrong and acting upright, because that it shouldn't be our vocation to live a life of suspicion or to know everything about our neighbor’s life. The person we should be the most protective of is of ourselves lest we fall.
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