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What’s in Your Diapers?

July 28, 2011 by  
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Some of the greatest sins of this day that we live in, are committed by those depraved individuals who take advantage of, and then abuse innocent little children. Many a baby has been murdered or permanently injured simply for the sin of crying, or soiling their diapers. Thousands of children have been kidnapped, and then have vanished, never to be seen again, and all to satisfy the sick desires of some demon infested monster.

“If we have been born again, then we are now a part of the family of God.” 1 John 3:2

In this family, as in a natural family, all of Gods children are in different stages of their spiritual growth, and are assigned different responsibilities only as they become mature enough to handle those responsibilities, and the expectations that come with them.

While we may correct and hold a 7 year old responsible for soiling his underwear, simply because he did not want to come inside from his play, it would be ridiculous to punish a six month old for the same infraction.

Yet there are many individuals in the household of God who have become religious bullies, that have unreasonable expectations for those new born in Christ, who in their own childish reasoning, they believe to be weaker then themselves. They shake and belittle them with their words. They talk down to them in front of their friends, doing their best to make them feel small and insignificant. (This is spiritual child abuse.) 1 Corinthians 8:12

If we were brave enough to dissect the contents of the diapers worn by these spiritual bullies, we would find them overflowing with arrogance, pride, jealousies and selfishness, their stench is evident to everyone but themselves, with the foul smell ascending up to God himself.

I know that there will be some of you who will misunderstand my intent, and suggest that I am excusing sin. No I am not. God does not wink at sin. However the contents of the older child’s underwear smells just as bad as the contents of the baby’s diaper, and even worse, because there is a lot more of it.

I also know and understand, that there are times when we will find it necessary, to warn, reprove or rebuke a brother or sister in the Lord, for it is child abuse as well to not warn a child who is playing in the street, while there is oncoming traffic. Ezekiel 33:8

However correction should always be motivated by love and compassion. Revelations 3:19 God takes the welfare of the children within his family very seriously, and he will not hold guiltless those who abuse, mistreat or murder his children.

Many a child of God has been aborted before Christ has had an opportunity to be formed in them, and as a result, they have vanished from the family of God never to be seen again. Galatians 4:19 Gods word says that whosoever offends one of his little ones, that it would be better for that person to have a millstone tied around their neck and thrown into the sea. Luke 17:2

I must reiterate that I am not excusing sin, I am a preacher of righteousness. Yet I feel in my heart that true righteousness will only come about when God gives us a revelation of the finished work of the Cross.

“When we gaze upon the face of our resurrected Savior, his unrivaled beauty and splendor will cause every fiber and molecule in our very being to undergo a supernatural transformation that will start to conform and change into his image, in an overwhelming desire to please him.” 2 Corinthians 3:18

“As we become a partaker of his divine nature, sin will no longer become a problem, for the simple reason that it is just no longer who you are.” 2 Peter 1:4

God is not looking for puppets on a string. If we are as concerned about the righteousness of others, as we say we are, then would it not be wise to show them Jesus, for to know him is to love him.

Gary attended International Bible college in San Antonio Texas for 2 years in 1968 and 1969, married Esther Roberts in July of 1969. He spent 3 years in the Marine Corps starting in Jan of 1970 and getting out as an E-5 Sergeant in Jan of 1973. While on his tour of duty he was in the following nations: Cuba, Japan, Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand as well as Haiti. Esther and Gary have 3 children. Mike is 40 years old. Lisa is 37, and the youngest Daniel is 30. They have 5 grand daughters and 1 grandson, ranging in age from 17 to 1 year old. Gary had a stroke in Feb of 2008 and had to be life flighted to Salt Lake City, but praise the Lord, He has completely healed Gary with no side effects.

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