How can you think you have the noblest of intentions? Yes, you are defending the cause of one man but because of your ignorance and narrow-mindedness, you have lost the ability to see that you are oppressing another who is equally deprived?

What kind of love is it, when it brings life to one man but takes another’s?

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Can you not see? Can you not hear? Can you not feel your bones rattle?

You are stationed by fate for a higher reason, higher beyond advancing one man’s cause. You are positioned at a place of strategy so that you can do exponentially. Did you not realize God could have put someone where you are? How dare you come unprepared? How dare you take on such a privilege ill-equipped?

He will complete the work He has set before His very nature with or without you. Heck, he could make the trees dance the cha-cha if He wanted to! But shame on you! Shame on you for failing to see the bigger picture! Shame on you!

Proverbs 26: 4-14 ‘When arguing with fools, don’t answer their foolish arguments, or you will become as foolish as they are. 5 When arguing with fools, be sure to answer their foolish arguments, or they will become wise in their own estimation. 6 Trusting a fool to convey a message is as foolish as cutting off one’s feet or drinking poison! 7 In the mouth of a fool, a proverb becomes as limp as a paralyzed leg. 8 Honoring a fool is as foolish as tying a stone to a slingshot. 9 A proverb in a fool’s mouth is as dangerous as a thornbush brandished by a drunkard. 10 An employer who hires a fool or a bystander is like an archer who shoots recklessly. 11 As a dog returns to its vomit, so a fool repeats his folly. 12 There is more hope for fools than for people who think they are wise. 13 The lazy person is full of excuses, saying, “I can’t go outside because there might be a lion on the road! Yes, I’m sure there’s a lion out there!” 14 As a door turns back and forth on its hinges, so the lazy person turns over in bed.’

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