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It is not an euphemism to only advance towards the good rather than to seek one better, because it is easy to understand how many in Jesus-
There is in that, the internal fratricidal wars and those external at the Christian world. The fratricidal wars, although various sizes are found again on all levels. They go from the simple conflicts between Christian to the bombs which do the first page of the newspapers, and by which the name of God is regularly dirtied, but there is still more perfidious. There are those between congregations, those in which we can give good appearance by doing beautiful prayers for our brothers of the other churches and confessions, before the congregated assembly, in order to put well forward our "more", our “best”, our nobility of soul and to affirm in the minutes which follow that France for example is christianised with less than 1%, while omitting to count ALL THE OTHERS Christian congregations. These are these types of hypocrisy, which make the most evil. These hypocrisies approved in all good faith, by the people who do not take guard there, and even picked up like truths by the more a large number of between them. Each one knows that it is easy to to defend oneself against verbal attacks, but this kind of cheatings, always unpunished by the men, however end up at the Throne of the Grace of God, disavowed by God Himself. Then, how not to understand, that our prayers are not granted? If they were satisfied, by who would they be satisfied? By the one who says have love one another, or by the one who says an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth?
It is true that is not new, since the James apostle spoke about it already in his time. James 3-
Therewith bless we God, even the Father; and therewith curse we men, which are made after the similitude of God. Out of the same mouth proceeds blessing and cursing. My brothers, these things ought not so to be. Does a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter?
Can the fig tree, my brothers, bear olive berries? either a vine, figs? so can no fountain both yield salt water and fresh. Who is a wise man and endued with knowledge among you? let him show out of a good conversation his works with meekness of wisdom. But if you have bitter envying and strife in your hearts, glory not, and lie not against the truth. This wisdom descends not from above, but is earthly, sensual, devilish.
It is not we, but the Bible which says that this one to whom benefit from such prayers is called Satan. These cunning attitudes born of an intellect that possibly recognizes what the Holy Spirit expected of the Church, but that leaves speak his heart not renewed in the following minutes. That is not always because of a lack of sincerity, nor even of goodwill, but of a lack of knowledge of our nature which gives reason to ancestral antagonisms by fear of being oneself considered as negligible quantity.
These fratricidal wars are not quantifiable so much they are numerous, just like those towards people of the "world". The word "world" would not be in itself so vulgar, if its employment were not in general accompanied by sufficiency and scorn, which underlines well the low value granted to this "world" because of its differences.
Fear of the comparison leads to the denigration of what we fear, and what we fear come sometimes from the only name "church" which we carry, we want then to represent God and give a good image of ourselves, by way of don't discredited the image that we have of Him. The attitude is certainly commendable, but forgets that the real good attitude is to denounce our errors as each one should do it, rather than to have to proudly mask its faults to be able to say itself pure and modelled on God. Our presumptuous remarks used for well to strengthen us in front of our spiritual family, become always a multiplying factor of anguish in front of the fear to lose face in some way that it is. We thus find in the course of the history an number one public enemy, an enemy considered to be often mortal by many churches and religions, which science represents in general.
This combat of the religions against knowledge is not new, and without wanting to quote recent combat, each one or almost knows the vexations which lived people such Charles Darwin or again Galileo, who affirmed that the earth is turning around the sun, and who was to excommunicate because of that by the inquisition, actually sacrificed to the policy cause anti-
These wars are without limits and thus nowadays always remain of the partisans of the evolutionism and others of the spontaneous human generation since Adam and Eva, owing to the fact that the bible includes all the period preliminary to the human conscience with some sentences quite sufficient to express the overall nature of the thing.
We are not here to defend science to the detriment of the religions, because science affirms one day what it contradicts sometimes the following day, grateful that it was mistaken. It is however in the recognition of its errors in any truth and sincerity, that it becomes victorious then, that which misses much at the churches and religions which so often make the opposite of what they teach.
This might seem ambivalent to many religious, to denounce error from a recent past, but Jesus said there are already nearly 2,000 years, "For the children of this world are in their generation wiser than the children of light."
The "wisely" may seem at first glance, not to apply this kind of attitude and yet, if we slightly deepen the motivations of each, we find obviously, the origin of this wisely.
In generally, the scientist dedicated his life to advancing what he believes fair: alleviate the evils of human beings living on this earth. He therefore respects more those he wants to relieve than his own glory. If he finds an error in one of his initial theories, probably like any human, he will attempt sometimes defend the indefensible, but will bow out of respect for the human person and humbly will return to its first analysis. This one will be wisely toward his similar because its primary motivation is the good of his similar.
Is it necessary after that to compare the religious attitude hardened in its own values?
If our deep motive is a better renewal of our nature toward the nature this God of love, so that everyone can enjoy in a personal development that we will be pleased to see, then no doubt, if we fall somewhat in error, we will repent us in the image of King David. If, on the contrary, we are more attached to our prestige than the real breakthrough toward the heart of God, we will act without wisely because without respect for those that God can have entrusted to us.
We find again in the words of Jesus, the guide to know in which direction we need to go, because he told us: By their fruits you will recognize them. That is why, without falling into the acceptance of the error, in which some scientists can unintentionally enter, we see how certain religious congregations, remain open to the natural truths recognized by science, and how many others, often the most vehement, remain in the total negation of it. It is therefore useful for us to make the relationship with the preceding paragraphs, in order we become fully aware that the religious stubbornness, which has so often demonized science and what flows from it, was none other than the most carnal developed by some, in order to assert their own "supposedly divine revelations", their own "spiritual" superiority in relation to other churches or servants, while these "revelations" had been dictated them by Satan, because of their own carnal dimension.
Man is thus and this is why we must remain vigilant, to discern the traps set by our carnal nature, as much as to remain alert to pitfalls in which others might lead us by their mere goodwill acquired without the aid of this God of love. It is in the humility of the balance and not supremacy of great lords, that God wants to lead us.
The man is certainly beautiful in himself, but what to then say from this humanity to so miserable appearances when we become spectators of all his misdeeds everywhere in the world?
The better will always be in a carnal dimension of rivalry, it is why it will always be without comparison with the result of a simple right, a simple good, whom God gives in the humility and the plenitude of heart at His people to become him winner of all adversity descended from its animal nature.
Only love will remain
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