Paradox of life!
Why many good people could get lost? It is simple! Because they pay no attention or ears to the word of God, to listen to the advice of others to walk in their own ways and not in God’s. At first it was like this: God gave specific instructions to Adam to eat the fruit of all the trees in the garden, but he should not eat the fruit of the tree that was in the middle, (the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil) because the day that you eat of it, of certain it would die. But Satan persuaded them to eat, because according to him, he would not die, but it was only a matter of knowing good and evil. This did not seem to be a bad thing, but it really was very bad to attend to the advice of satan, so as not to hear and obey God’s command. Today it is the same, many apparently good people do not listen or obey God when he tells them; Exodus 20: 3-5 Reina-Valera 1960 (RVR1960) 3 You shall have no other gods before me. 4 You shall not make for yourself an image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or on the earth beneath, or in the waters. Under the earth.5 You shall not bow down to them, nor honor them; for I am Jehovah your God, strong and zealous, that I visit the wickedness of the fathers over the children until the third and fourth generation of those who hate me. This is very simple, but there are so many who question the word of God on this matter and are advised to do just the opposite of what God has told them. They have become faithful devotees and worshipers of all kinds of images and even speak of miraculous apparitions. Suppose that is so, but what about what God says? Is it logical for God to say that we do not adore images, that we do not honor them and that we do not bow down to them, and then make them appear so that we can adore them and ask them for miracles? I’m sure God would not do that. Rather I am convinced that it is another trick of satan to confuse and get people to continue doing the opposite of everything God has asked us to do. Lighter can not sing a rooster! We escape for our lives. By Derwell J Fallu