Tragedy in The World, The Abomination Of Desolation

12/16/2012 14:54

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There are two responses to tragedy that I want to say something about. The first responses are from decent people with a sense of goodness within their soul. Their response is not to ask why, but immediately know from within themselves that it is because the perpetrators are “no-good son-of-a-*&^%#, ?#%*, (*&. The second response are from those who need to question why bad things happen to good people. For these people I quote the words of Jesus.

Jesus said “..ye shall see the abomination (a feeling of intense dislike or disapproval toward somebody or something) of desolation (to make a place barren or deserted, to make somebody feel sad and lonely). But woe to them that are with child, and to them that give suck in those days! For in those days shall be affliction, such as was not from the beginning of the creation which God created unto this time, neither shall be.”

When people attack the spiritual fruit, their intent is to make our inner being barren and deserted of the spirit of peace, love, and goodwill for one another. That creates feelings of intense dislike or disapproval toward somebody or something. That is the abomination resulting from the desolation of the fruit of the spirit. What a horrible world that is for Mother’s who are carrying a child, or has children to raise during that evil and violent environment.

The intense dislike for the divine presence of our inner being results in our soul being desolate of goodness. The deity that lives within us is the source of every honorable behavior that exists in this world. When people attempt to desolate the existence of that presence from conveying through us, there is evilness and every sort of dishonorable behavior. The attempt to desolate the divine presence of the soul results in the abomination of the source of all goodness.

An intense dislike for the spiritual fruit leaves our inner selves desolate of soft, tender, and moist qualities. Instead of love, kindness, and goodwill for others, the barren person is unfeeling to those qualities. They experience hatred, cruelty, and ill-intentions to others. When there should be feelings of peace, meekness, and gentleness, the desolate soul is numb with conflict, arrogance, and harshness within them. Faith, joy, and goodness is desolated leaving only an insensible personality with sadness, evilness, and hopelessness. Where there were once self-control, patience, and perseverance, the desolate soul is numb with despair, uncontrollability, and anxiety. The result of the desolation of the spiritual fruit is the abomination through thoughts, emotions, and behavior.

HEALTH

Some people want to desolate the fruitfulness of your health so that you will be an abomination to a healthy world. Their intent is to whittle away the divine fruit to abandon the comfort you feel mentally and emotionally, which affects behaviors. They want you to have an intense disapproval of a healthy community, to be an abomination to them. That incites unfruitful responses to Mothers desiring within their mind and emotions to care for the infant within. Parents will be exposed to the mental duress, emotional turmoil, and deviant behaviors of their children. The kids suffer unhealthy tendencies from the abomination of desolation brought on by the harshness of others.

SECURITY

Some people want to desolate the fruitfulness of your security so that you will be an abomination to a peaceful world. Their intent is to whittle away the relaxing, gentle, and meek qualities within you. That causes you to abandon the serenity of your thoughts, feelings, and responses to others. They want you to have an intense disapproval of tranquility, to be a terror, or abomination to them. That includes harsh responses to Mothers desiring to keep the infant within them safe and secure. Parents will be exposed to the insecurities of their children who suffer inner conflict, anger, and turmoil. The kids are terrorized to various degrees by the abomination of desolation brought on by the harshness of others.

BELONGING

Some people want to desolate the fruitfulness of your acceptance so that you will be an abomination to a loving world. Their intent is to whittle away the love, kindness, and goodwill within you. That causes you to abandon the desire for harmony within your belonging with others. They want you to have an intense disapproval of mutual relationships that displays affectionate smiles, hugs, and goodness. That includes hateful and cruel responses to Mothers who respond with love and goodwill to the infant in them. Parents will be exposed to the loneliness, isolation, and socially inept behavior of their children. The kids are accosted, isolated, and abandoned by the abomination of desolation brought on by the intolerance of others.

SELF-WORTH

Some people want to desolate the fruitfulness of your worth so that you will be an abomination to the esteem of the world. Their intent is to whittle away the faith, joy, and goodness that you feel for yourself, and others. That causes you to abandon optimism for the value you feel within, and for one another. They want you to have an intense disapproval for mutual respect that might inspire future hopes. That includes conveying hopelessness, sadness, and evilness to Mothers who feel pleased for the infant in them. Parents will be exposed to the feelings of worthlessness of their children who feel that a pleasant future is hopeless for them. The kids sense of worth in this world are deflated. That happens by the abomination of desolation brought on by the pessimism of others.

SELF-EXPRESSION

Some people want to desolate the fruitfulness of your words and deeds so that you will be an abomination to the self-expression of the world. Their intent is to whittle away the peace, love, faith, and perseverance in goodness within your communication. That causes you to abandon mutual exchanges within your speech and behaviors to others. They want you to have an intense disapproval of interaction that edifies one another in what is said and done. That includes disruptive responses to Mothers who speak and behave fruitfully to the infant in them. Parents will be exposed to hateful, tumultuous, negative, and despairing expression from their children. The kids soft and tender voices are accosted by the abomination of desolation brought on by the arrogance of others.

We can interrupt the cycle of the abomination of desolation by comprehending the meaning of those words. Abomination is defined as “A feeling of intense dislike or disapproval toward somebody or something.” The definition of desolation is "To make a place barren or deserted, to make somebody feel sad and lonely.” To counteract being desolate; we want the softness, moistness, and tenderness of the spiritual fruit to thrive within us. To counter being an abomination, we want to respond with love, tolerance, and the spirit of goodness to others.

We can assess that when the fruit of the spirit blossoms within our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, there are peace, love, and joy within the world. The diagnosis is that some people want to desolate the spiritual fruit to incite abomination in the world. Even so, we plan to nurture the softness within us to allow the spirit's blossoms to live. We implement that plan by responding to hostile influences in a way that allows the spirit of goodness to flow through us. The evaluation of how we are doing comes by considering the condition of the fruit of the spirit within us. Are we desolate of spiritual fruit, resulting in feelings of intense dislike or disapproval? Or are we fruitful with divine qualities that create love and tolerance through our inner being?