The WEakest Of All

6 Jun

June 06, 2015

Yesterday i wrote about how people who hurt children and other innocent creatures are the scum of the Earth. I thought about this some more, and i wondered, what does Jesus think about this? Of course, Jesus told us. God said that the best thing that could happen to people who hurt God’s children is to have a rock tied on their neck and thrown in the ocean. That would be a pleasure cruise compared to what they are in for.

People are very foolish, and they try and make a mockery of God, and hurt His babies, and kill them. But people don’t pay attention. Because if you go in nature, and fool with a mother bear’s babies, you’re going to get scratched. This is all the way from the smallest creature, to the largest. How protective are humans cough cough when it comes to protecting their own children? Then how protective do you think God is over His children? You better believe if you hurt and injure God’s children, and you do not receive forgiveness, and stop, then you are going to taste some serious wrath of God.

Yes, you can call God names, and try to mock Him, and do whatever you like. But the worst thing you can do, the very worst thing is to hurt God’s children. So if you want to make an enemy of yourself to God, then hurting His children would be how you could make yourself an enemy of God. But let me tell you this – just as Heaven is beyond our comprehension, so is Hell. I have no idea what Hell is like, but God told me, i don’t want to know. I never want to find out. And anybody who does find out, i feel very sorry for them. Because hell is much worse than people can imagine. Just like Heaven is much better than we can even imagine.

Yes, our Heavenly Mother says that “hands that shed innocent blood” are one of the seven things that God hates. Hurting God’s innocent creatures is the worst thing you can do. And it’s the most foolish thing you can do. People need to have knowledge and be able to make wise decisions. Because forever is coming soon, and you can spend it being thankful, or being sorry.

Matthew Chapter 18

6 But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in
me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his
neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.
7 ¶ Woe unto the world because of offences! for it must needs be that
offences come; but woe to that man by whom the offence cometh!

Proverbs Chapter 1

7 ¶ The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools
despise wisdom and instruction.

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