Corrupted by sin is to transgress the law of God. It is to depart voluntarily from the path prescribed by God. Associated with such a happening is like Pandora's box of evils; in Greek mythology, that would plague mankind if opened, and bring forth a prolific source of troubles. What is happening in America, and other once godly nations, is similar in nature.
The Media is partly responsible for such in its showing of sympathy towards sin. Furthermore, the Media's coverage of sin, as being acceptable, has helped open the door towards a sin dominated society.
The Church has entered into the picture. It has allowed its previous stance, towards God's Word, to be outweighed; allowing the ways of the World to be an influence. It has compromised its stand with worldly, and ungodly influences, rather than taking a stand against such influences.
We are seeing a Dereliction of Duty in the pulpit in these times. Dereliction of duty focus on those who are now "silenced" from speaking the truths of God's Word. It is the outright failure to do one's duty with the abandonment, desertion, or forsaking and defection from a given responsibility.
Now is the time for the man of God to Sound the Alarm with more intensity than ever before. For we are seeing a growing indifference to God's Word, and the results of such, because God's Word is not longer promulgated as it once was; under the power and demonstration, of God's Spirit.
Preaching is the God-ordained means to prevent defection from the truth. Have those who are responsible to God for such walked away from their responsibility? Has one failed to push back the plate of acceptability and stand for the Unadulterated (or pure) Word of God?
The prophets of old were not popular in declaring the coming wrath of God. Many sounded the alarm but the people were unwilling to turn from their evil ways (Jeremiah 6:16-17), after being corrupted by sin, to lay claim to the promises of God to those of a repentant heart.
As America, and other once godly nations, continues their slide of ungodliness it will take the hand of the Almighty God to anoint and prepare His servants to fully declare "What Thus Saith the Lord." It will take a "withdrawing" from the evilness of this world and walking in accordance with the Word of God.
Scripture identifies the sinful ways of mankind: Filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, backbiters, haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents, covenant breakers, unforgiving, and unmerciful (Romans 1:29-32).
America, and other once godly nations, have been corrupted by sin; by allowing its continuation, without rebuke; and failure to reveal God's intended path for mankind, which does not include sin.
Scripture reveals that the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ (Romans 6:23). The sinfulness of man begin in the Garden of Eden. The only way it can be abolished is through coming to Christ with a repentant heart (1 John 2:1-2).
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