Seek the LORD while he may be found,
call him while he is near.
Let the scoundrel forsake his way,
and the wicked his thoughts;
let him turn to the LORD for mercy;
to our God, who is generous in forgiving.
For my thoughts are not your thoughts,
nor are your ways my ways, says the LORD.
As high as the heavens are above the earth,
so high are my ways above your ways
and my thoughts above your thoughts.
The other day, I published a post titled “Are we in hell yet?” about a rap performance at the VH1 Hip Hop Honors ceremony on Sept. 20 featuring prancing insect-eye demons.
As the culture around us sink deeper into decay and corruption by the day. Indeed, when reputable universities — supposed institutions of higher learning — see fit to hire as professors domestic terrorists who live secret lives of unimaginable debauchery, it does seem like we are already in Hell.
- Antifa domestic terrorists, incl. teachers & professors, want an end to USA
- Police arrest Antifa ethics prof. Eric Clanton for bikelock assaults at Berkeley protest
- Antifa professor Mike Isaacson who wants cops dead put on administrative leave
- The secret life of Antifa professor Mike Isaacson: smothering/choking/mummification fetishes
But it’s never too late to turn from the abyss, as the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard reminds us.
Jesus told his disciples this parable:
“The kingdom of heaven is like a landowner
who went out at dawn to hire laborers for his vineyard.
After agreeing with them for the usual daily wage,
he sent them into his vineyard.
Going out about nine o’clock,
the landowner saw others standing idle in the marketplace,
and he said to them, ‘You too go into my vineyard,
and I will give you what is just.’
So they went off.
And he went out again around noon,
and around three o’clock, and did likewise.
Going out about five o’clock,
the landowner found others standing around, and said to them,
‘Why do you stand here idle all day?’
They answered, ‘Because no one has hired us.’
He said to them, ‘You too go into my vineyard.’
When it was evening the owner of the vineyard said to his foreman,
‘Summon the laborers and give them their pay,
beginning with the last and ending with the first.’
When those who had started about five o’clock came,
each received the usual daily wage.
So when the first came, they thought that they would receive more,
but each of them also got the usual wage.
And on receiving it they grumbled against the landowner, saying,
‘These last ones worked only one hour,
and you have made them equal to us,
who bore the day’s burden and the heat.’
He said to one of them in reply,
‘My friend, I am not cheating you.
Did you not agree with me for the usual daily wage?
Take what is yours and go.
What if I wish to give this last one the same as you?
Or am I not free to do as I wish with my own money?
Are you envious because I am generous?’
Thus, the last will be first, and the first will be last.”
It’s never too late.
For His mercy is deep as the oceans.
May the peace of Jesus Christ our Lord be with you,