I wrote this blog four months ago but apparently forgot to publish it. I just found it in my drafts folder and read through it. Oddly enough, it seems even more apropos now than it did when I wrote it four months ago. This world is changing quickly and I believe we are entering into the close of this age of grace. I pray so hard that the blind will start to see and those who sleep will awaken to the truth and realities that surround us each day – before it’s too late.
God has been greatly moving these last months and as expected, the climate is heating up. The winnowing continues as secrets long kept in darkness are brought to light. The keepers of secrets are scrambling, projecting their evil onto truth-tellers in a desperate attempt to get the limelight off themselves, demonizing those who expose them, and eventually hoping to lull everyone back to sleep.
Those who are spiritually awake can see through the smoke screen of lies, but those who sleep still follow them. The winnowing continues to polarize people as those who wake up begin to take a stand against the corruption and those who don’t continue to perpetrate it.
Though I see the temperature heating up and the polarization becoming more pronounced, these lies and deceptions are ancient. Whispers of the enemy so subtle we believe them without question, as though they’re our own thoughts. As though they’re just universal truths. We rage against the real truth without even knowing we’re doing so…or why.
It’s always the same with evil and while it’s presence seems to be a continual surprise, it’s methods are always the same. Sometimes I wonder how hopelessly deceived people must be in order to remain so blind to what surrounds them every day. Scripture speaks so often of evil, even exposing it’s methods that we may recognize and avoid it. And yet we remain blind and led around like sheep to the slaughter.