“THERE ARE NONE SO BLIND AS….”
What we lack in wisdom in the 21st century, we make up for in arrogant braggadocio. As the guidance systems are our nation continue to be dismantled, the arrogance of evil proliferates. At one time, the news stories might infrequently tell of a court decision or a debate in Congress that affected Christian values and morality. Because it was so rare, there would be a strong uproar among the faith sector to find ways to counteract a decree that would lead to weakening our core beliefs and practices.
In our current cesspool, the sewage is flooding over our culture like a flood. No sector is finding refuge from its contamination. Children are abused physically, sexually, mentally, and now in gender modification. How can any person with any level rational intellect state that a 4-7 year old child who is not old enough to read well, study “anything”, or understand gender have a court system back a parent who demands to get a child “fixed” to their “true” gender identity? What used to be called “abnormal” in psychology books is now being forced on society as the new law of the reprobate mind. Our foolishness is at tsunami levels and the destruction it will leave behind will be more costly than any natural disaster we have ever known.
Jeremiah 4:22 – For My people are foolish, they know Me not; They are stupid children and have no understanding They are shrewd to do evil, but to do good they do not know.
Job 12:24 – He deprives of intelligence the chiefs of the earth’s people and makes them wander in a pathless waste.
Psalm 14:1 – The fool has said in his heart, “There is no God ” They are corrupt, they have committed abominable deeds; There is no one who does good.
Proverbs 1:7 – The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction.
1 Corinthians 2:14 – The natural person does not accept the things of the Spirit of God, for they are folly to him, and he is not able to understand them because they are spiritually discerned.
There is an old story of a king and his clown or “jester” who sometimes said very foolish things. One day the jester had said something so foolish that the king handing him a staff, said to him: “Take this, and keep it till you find a bigger fool than yourself.”
Some years later, the king lay on his deathbed. His courtiers were called: his family and his servants also stood round his bedside. The king, addressing them, said, “I am about to leave you. I am going on a very long journey and I shall not return again to this place: so I have called you all to say goodbye.”
Then his jester stepped forward and addressing the king said “Your Majesty, may I ask a question? When you have journeyed abroad visiting your people or paying diplomatic visits to other courts your heralds and servants have always gone before you, making preparations for you. May I ask what preparations, your Majesty has made for this long journey that he is about to take?”
“Alas!” replied the king, “I have made no preparations.”
“Then,” said the jester, “Take this staff with you, for now I have found a bigger fool than myself.” (Copied).