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But from where come these wicked desires that so easily tempt my people to bow th

eir hearts
before these false words/thoughts? Where come these desires to believe these lyi
ng words
which bring with them nothing but unrest and misery? But who is able to see the
evil in the
words/thoughts that he is accustomed to living his life after? Who desires to re
pent of that
which he thinks is right? Who is able to comprehend that every mans life is lived
according to
the words/thoughts that he thinks to be right? Who is he who is able to see that
his own
words/thoughts are only enemies to the life that I desire for all men to be part
akers of? I have
come to reconcile man unto me, but how shall I reconcile death with life when my
own people
love death? How shall my people love me with all of their hearts and minds when
their hearts
and minds are filled with the elements of this world; the elements that only hav
e a desire and
affection for the things of self?
But again I ask you, from where come these evil desires that tempt the hearts of
men to
submit themselves to believe the miserable counsels that come so naturally into
the thinking
of the carnal mind? From where come the desires that tempt my people to believe
the lies
that bring with their counsels nothing but fear, and anxiety, and worry? From wh
ere comes
the desire that makes the lies of depression, of hopelessness, of loneliness, an
d of frustration
to be friends with them. From where come these evil desires that entice my peopl
e to doubt
my love, or to make light of my instructions, or to not believe my words? From w
here come
the evil desires that entices men to trust in vain words/thoughts that never bri
ng with them any
change? From where come the wicked desires that entice my people to judge one an
other, or
to find fault with one another, or to exalt themselves above another? From where
come this
perverted desire that deceives my people into believing that they can change the
world when
they powerless to change their own thoughts and desires? From where come the wic
ked
desires that make it so pleasurable for my people to rebel or to contend with th
e heavenly
Father who loves them so much? From where comes the desires that entice my peopl
e to find
great pleasure in boasting of their own works, as well as in the speaking of the
vain opinions
that they form of themselves? From where comes the desire whereby my people love
to hear
the words of flattery and praise, and then close their ears to reject instructio
n and refuse
correction? From where comes the desire that makes it such a delight for men to
whine and
complain? From where come the desires that entice my people to envy one another?
Do you

think that the scripture says in vain, The spirit that dwells in us desires to en
vy?
Where could all of these foolish desires, wicked desires, and evil desires come
from that so
passionately burn in the hearts and minds of men until they are satisfied? Who h
e is who is
able to comprehend that the strength and power to do foolish things, or evil thi
ngs, or wicked
things is found only in the desires to do them? Without the desire, from where c
ould come the
temptation? You know that Satan is the father of all lying words/thoughts, but w
as it his words
that tempted Adam and Eve or was it the desire that burned in their hearts that
tempted them;
the desire to believe that Satans words were true? What power can be found in any
of
Satans words if there is no desire to believe any of them? Is it possible for tha
t which is of
this world to desire anything other than those things which are of this world? W
ho is a citizen
of this world except those who are born subject to the desires of this world? No
w do you
understand that which I said, My kingdom is not of this world? Is it possible for
God to rule in
a kingdom where the desire in every mans heart is enmity against God? I rule my k
ingdom
with life and peace, not with death, or oppression, or bondage, or unrest.
From where come these desires that only have a love and consciousness for the be
ing of
self? From where come these strong desires that passionately burn in the hearts of
men to
be in control over their own lives? From where comes these desires that burn wit
hin the
hearts of men to always be right in the thoughts you think and the words that yo
u speak?
From where comes the burning that dwells in all men to do their own will? From w
here come
these desires whereby men desire to make a name for their own selves? From where
come
the desires whereby men delight in being their own god? Who can possibly save hi
mself from
the power and strength of these natural desires and lusts that burn so passionat
ely in the
hearts of all who are carnally minded?
Consider the congregation of the dead; how they praise me with their lips and th
ey will honor
me with their mouths, but their hearts and minds are still subject to these worl
dly desires; and
their love for me grows cold and colder as they yield themselves more and more t
o their
desires to worship and serve the creature of self. These delight in leaning to the
ir own
understanding and expressing their own opinions of my words. See how they are wi
se in their
own eyes as they love to justify their own works and deeds with the lying words
that satisfy
their own desires and affections. See how these also find pleasure in twisting m

y image into
an image that agrees with their own opinions of me. They think nothing of making
light of my
words thoughts because they think that the counsels of their own words/thoughts
are more
important and more righteousness than mine are. In the congregation of the dead,
I am
nothing more than these lifeless dust particles that drift aimlessly about witho
ut any purpose.
These are still captive to believe Satans words/thoughts because they are still i
n bondage to
the worldly desires that continue to dwell in their hearts and minds. Would man
of a sound
mind would worship and serve vain dead idols? Yet, does not the congregation of
the dead
continue to bow before and serve the vain thoughts of their mind as though they
are right and
true? In vain they worship me, believing and obeying the vain thoughts that they
believe.
What is vain except the thoughts of man and what is dead except the word/thought
s of the
carnal mind?
Do you see how the idol worshippers delight in walking after their own imaginati
ons of my
words? Do you see how they delight in the work of their own hands, to walk in a
show of
hypocrisy? Do see how they seek to prove their own faith through an outward show
of works;
and outward show that has no agreement with the faith that stands in the power o
f God?
From where come their desires to exalt themselves in their own righteousness; th
e
righteousness that also brings division and strife among my people? From where c
ome the
desires that tempt my people to hide themselves from themselves; choosing rather
to hide the
truth from their own eyes as they quickly work to justify their own weaknesses,
their own
faults, their own sins, and their own iniquities rather than to submit them unto
me for change?
Why do these refuse to believe on the blood that I shed for them? Why do my peop
le delight
in boasting of their own goodness when there is none there? From where come thes
e wicked
desires that blind the eyes of my people, allowing for them pervert my words and
corrupt and
pollute the temple of God; which temple you are? By whose desires have my people
filled my
temple with the idols of self?
Can I show you my heart? Will you really believe me if I tell you of the grief t
hat is in my
heart? My heart grieves for all who remain captive to the dead thoughts of the c
arnal mind.
My heart grieves for all those who remain in bondage to the worldly desires that
yield
themselves to the death of the carnal mind. I am grieved because I came into thi
s world to
give life, and to give it abundantly. I am grieved because my people have refuse

d me, having
no desire to be changed into my likeness, for my nature is life, not death. I am
grieved
because my people refuse to seek to know my nature. I am grieved because my peop
le have
not chosen my heart to be their religion, but they have chosen rather to make th
e pleasures
and the desires of their own hearts to be their religion. I am so grieved that m
y people have
continued to choose for death to rule over the thoughts of their minds instead o
f the life of my
love, my faith, my joy, my peace, my care, and the life of my nature, which is i
n my Spirit. My
heart is grieved for the congregation of the dead who do not believe that I am t
he resurrection
and the life; that do not believe that I am able to destroy all the death which
defiles my temple,
and then raise them up in the life in my Spirit.
My heart grieves for those who think that they are going to obtain entrance into
my kingdom
because they have preached and prophesied in my name, but they have refused my h
eart.
My heart grieves for those who think that they are going to find entrance into m
y kingdom
because they have tithed or because of the wonderful works that they have done,
but they
have refused my heart. My heart grieves for those who think that they are going
to find
entrance into my kingdom because they fasted or cast out demons, but they have r
efused my
heart. My heart grieves for those who travel land and sea to win souls to me, bu
t they have
refused my heart. My heart is grieved for all those who have made their own head
, with its
carnal words/thoughts to be the head of my body instead of allowing for me to be
the head of
my body; for you are not your own. My heart grieves for those who choose to este
em and
exalt themselves rather than to be converted into my likeness, to be as humble a
s a little
child. My heart grieves for those who ask for me to forgive them of their sins,
but through
unbelief and ignorance of my power and love, refuse to ask for me to change to t
he desires of
their heart and the carnal thoughts that led them to sin. Only my heart is able
to make a man
free from the deceitful and wicked heart of man. Only my words/thoughts are able
to set at
liberty the man who is captive to death. I am grieved because I declared so plai
nly and clearly
that if any man wanted to follow after me, then it was going to be required of h
im to take up
his cross and follow me; but I am grieved because so many have not made my words
to be a
lamp unto their feet nor a guide unto their paths.