Monday, January 18, 2010

Whatever goes around, will come around!

The natural laws of physics relative to motion/involuntary motion have been proven to be fact. Well, at least according to Isaac Newton. It was he who identified the following laws under this physical scientific equation: force, body and speed.

Whether accelerated or not, when action is present, motion is prevalent. This evaluation gives leeway to a certain kind of law of physics—the spiritual. There are certain laws, which govern the natural laws of physics. This is also very much true for the spiritual or preternatural realm.

The laws of physics may not always be understood, but rest assured, for the most part, they can be highly tested. For every action, there is a just cause for a reaction. From a moral sense, there is perhaps a less complicated way of putting it. I guess you can sort of think of it on this fashion: You reap what you sew. My Aunt Jesse Scott was not a physicist, nor was she a philosopher. However, being a southern woman, she would always speak colloquial expressions, as well as old wise clich├ęs. When I was a kid, there was one expression in particular that I would always hear her say, "If it does not come out in the wash, it will come out in the rinse." Meaning what one does in this life, good or bad, the results will be forth-telling. When I became an adult I learned this old wise saying to be a proven fact, which brings me to my point.

The World has witnessed the tragic Earthquake, which occurred in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This devastation is unprecedented. The death-toll, as reported, is in the hundreds of thousands, and thousands more have been left without food and shelter. We at The Roger Mills Show are planning to help send relief to these precious Haitian people. It is heartbreaking what has befallen the Haitian people, especially to all the little innocent children who have died there.

It has been rumored that there are those who are reluctant to offer help to the Haitian people, who are in desperate need about right now. Yet these same people call themselves Christians (Christ-like).

To be clear, this catastrophic event happened as a result of natural occurrences, in conjunction with evil preternatural interaction. God is not to blame.

However consider this: If God didn't spare the lives of all those innocent little children who died in the Haitian earthquake, who did nothing to deserve what happened to them, what a horrible future must await those who profess to be Christians while living just the opposite of their profession!

“How will we escape if we neglect so great a salvation… ” – Hebrews 2:3 NASB

This sort of payback is called the law of return, but Jesus summed it up this way:

Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again.” – St. Luke 6:38

In other words, “Whatever goes around, will come around!”

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