Pandora´s box. A personal reflection on current events
Guest post by Jean-Louis of TheLightSeed
This morning a friend of mine posted this on FB: “He opened Pandora’s Box through his bumbling “negotiations” and guess who is going to suffer the consequences…”
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Here is my reply to her comment:
“Last week I woke up one morning with this thought in my mind:” Do not open a door that you cannot close”.
Interesting, your image of Pandora´s box! It could certainly apply to any of us on the spiritual level, but when it happens with enough people in the nation, this is the result.
Some grievous offenses:
- In 1963, the Supreme Court ordered official prayer and Bible reading out of public school.
- In 1969 In New York City, a door was opened during the riot at the StoneWall Inn, a homosexual bar, now the White House is lit with the rainbow flag.
- In 1973, the Roe versus Wade door was opened, now we are eating the fruit of that tree, with the horrific display of the disgusting repulsive of the doctor discussing nonchalantly abortion procedures and filthy lucre during lunch without any sign of understanding of the crimes committed against God and the babies.
- Later, the removal of the 10 commandments door was opened – some people might say it was shut – now a statue of Satan is erected in a public place.
At the same time, doors are opening in heaven from which the judgment of God is coming. In Revelation 9:2 a door to the pit is opened and demons come out. Only the Lord Jesus can open doors that no one can shut and shut doors that no one can open.
In the Old Testament, he told us not to make alliances which are not his.
“Woe to the obstinate children,” declares the LORD, “to those who carry out plans that are not mine, forming an alliance, but not by my Spirit, heaping sin upon sin” Isaiah 30:1.
Connecting the Dots In reference to the homosexual riots at the STONE WALL INN I find it interesting that Solomon had this to say about it in Ecclesiates 10:8: “He who digs a pit may fall into it, and a serpent may bite him who breaks through a wall”. What a coincidence! The Lord throughout history has given us limits for our protection and well being. In spite of these warnings and God´s patience, in less than a century almost all the boundaries stones have been removed.
Gill’s Exposition of the Entire Bible He that diggeth a pit shall fall into it,…. This and the three following clauses are proverbial expressions, teaching men to be wise and cautious, lest by their conduct they bring mischief upon themselves; as it often is, the one that digs a pit for another, falls into it himself, as the wise man’s father before him had observed, Psalm 7:15; as kings that lay snares for their people, and subjects that plot against their sovereign; or courtiers that form schemes for the rain of those that are in their way; or any man that devises mischief against another, frequently so it is, that the same befalls them; as Haman, who prepared a gallows for Mordecai, was hanged on it himself; and whoso breaketh an hedge a serpent shall bite him; which often lies hid in fences, in old walls, and rotten hedges (s), Amos 5:19; so he that breaks down the hedges and fences of kingdoms and commonwealths, and breaks through the fundamental laws of a civil constitution, and especially that transgresses the laws of God, moral or civil, may expect to smart for it.
Jarchi interprets this hedge of the sayings of their wise men, which those that transgress shall suffer death by the hand of heaven: but it would be much better to apply it to the doctrines contained in the word of God, which are a hedge and fence to the church of God, and whoever transgress them will suffer for it; see 2 John 1:8; The Targum, by the “serpent”, understands an ungodly king, who bites like a serpent, into whose hands such transgressors shall be delivered: and some have thought of the old serpent the devil, as Alshech, who deceived Adam and Eve. (s) Nicander apud Bochart. Hierozoic. par. 1. l. 1. c. 4. Colossians 26.
1000´s of years of experience are not enough to remove the evil and the foolishness from the heart of man.
In the meantime, we can warn people from the coming danger and proclaim that the only solution to our problem is Jesus, the door and the one who has the key.
When time was right Noah entered the ark and the Lord God shut the door.
Something to ponder.