-o"ever& even then the hu#an %eing should still %e prepared to e*a#ine "hat he is offered. f he still #aintains his "ill
and rejects it again then his verdict "ill not %e as severe& then he lac+s judg#ent due to spiritual %lindness .... f& ho"ever& he o#its all scrutin! then the hu#an %eing's %latant rejection "ill repel $! offered hand of grace and the responsi%ilit! "ill hit hi# hard one da!& for one da! he "ill realise the truth& and then it #ight %e too late .... /o one can %e forci%l! persuaded to accept $! Word %ut ever!one "ill sooner or later have the opportunit! to seriousl! deal "ith uestions of dou%t& for place such dou%ts into the hearts of those "ho are not !et on the right path. ll people should& in fact& for# an opinion a%out such uestions& the! "ould onl! derive %enefit fro# it& for the! "ill certainl! receive clarification providing the! genuinel! desire it. But then it "ill sho" "hether the person
seriously desires the truth
.... for it "ill indeed %e offered to hi#. )piritual arrogance& ho"ever& "ill instantl! reject it %ecause this is $!
"ill and his deter#ination "ill %e fulfilled %! those of li+e spirit. rrogance caused the fall of the for#er %eing of light& and arrogance is therefore also his supporters' nature "hich un#ista+a%l! characterises the# as his follo"ers. nd a %ig step has to %e ta+en& the hu#an %eing's nature has to seriousl! tr! to change itself .... the person has to step do"n fro# arrogance into hu#ilit! and thus co#pletel! detach hi#self fro# $! adversar! and approach $e "ith utter hu#%leness .... Onl! then "ill a light shine into the person's heart& and onl! then "ill he %e a%le to recognise the precious gift of grace "hich $! Word represents to ever! person and his soul's salvation. Onl! then "ill he gratefull! accept "hat the Father's love offers to -is child .... 1hen he "ill hunger for food and drin+ !et also %e constantl! satisfied %! $! love .... #en