Ostracism's Clone I'm held inside this animus a little steadfast but not too much for there's a raging apparatus at work and it's all abuzz being a bit bias in its touch masquerading as a god with its emphasis categorizing anyone judas with its careful diagnosis 'high-quality content' its crust ‒staying to the back without making such a fuss it places its palace pretending in nimbus but more like minos placing all in its wake in paralysis there's no contending with its focus its here to be Jesus† but its all bogus it’s a magical census disguising itself as miscellaneous in its manners of mischievous playing with the mind the heart and soul as well it'll graduate in time seemingly becoming infamous it'll become infectious everyone wanting its ingenious but it's all insidious in nature it'll appear judicious almost luminous it'll quiet the minds weaken 'just' thoughts become engrained in its ways of lustrous it'll appear wondrous a part of every day life and seem victorious but it'll get vigorous sneaking in as vainglorious but it's venomous using everything about you turn it into jealous fictitious, dangerous but be on its side and you become fabulous delicious, desirous you won't see its gluttonous nature on self it will make you promiscuous religious and scandalous if you fail to abide by it's imperious nature it's well of you to become overcautious for its reading you in its make of treasonous and tortuous ways it's here digging in the subconscious spreading its malicious intent to make you the murderous we were all warned in the ominousness of Jesus† now we must tread in the wrath of God† in all His† mysteriousness for the makings of blasphemous is not in the efficacious of man but in man's constant need to be glorious so don't become pious nor furious but ever so cautious against suicidal tendencies made possible by the ego's nature in amphibious
(May 20, 2023)―Directly after writing this, God led me to Judges 6:7-10 through Judges 7:4-8 (you should scroll down and read the Scripture before returning to this commentary), which follows the Ezekiel Scripture. After reading this, I understood why.
In the forewords, the commentators of my Bible write:
As if traditional military warfare were not difficult enough, the people of Ephraim, and the people of Manasseh on both sides of the Jordan, are the object of attack by Midianites from the east, who are the first people known to use camels in battle. With the mobility provided by the camels, the Midianites are able to force many of the Israelites to live in caves, away from their crops (which are being destroyed). God raises up Gideon, an unlikely leader who only reluctantly takes command of the outnumbered forces. Gideon’s initial battle with Midianites is an exciting example of the power of God which is available whenever one is overwhelmed by an enemy. Gideon is well aware that his victories are really God’s; therefore, he refuses to allow the people to make him their king. Even when he makes a golden ephod, which some of the people later use in an idolatrous manner, Gideon does so to honor the true God of Israel.
How does this apply to you? It doesn’t if you don’t believe in God or Yeshuah. But if you do, the below Scripture is a guide to help you fight what God said is coming. In ‘High Course’, He explains it in His words, then I had to explain what was discussed the previous night in my own words. Today, is another one of those days.Continue reading “‘Ostracism’s Clone’”
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