Saturday, September 5, 2020
The Law is the Light
Yesterday, as I was reflecting upon the great deception contemplating the lies of anarchism and the lies of communism, the words the law is the light came to mind. The light which is in all things which giveth life to all things which is the law by which all things are governed. Law and light are connected as is lawlessness and darkness. One leads to the other.
We don't need religion to tell us that murder, stealing and rape are wrong. Anarchism is illogical. If I can rape, murder and steal from you, you can rape, murder and steal from me. There is no safety in that system or peace and there certainly isn't any social justice.
We are told, as ye sow, so shall ye reap. The principle of restoration states that if I am honest and ward working, I will end up with people who are honest and hard working. If I rape, murder and steal, I will end up with others who rape, murder and steal.
I don't need religion to tell me that stealing, murder and rape is wrong. That is common sense. We all have it whether or not we choose to recognize it. The only people who want to defund the police are criminals, anarchists and communists. Criminals want to defund the police so they can commit crime. Anarchists want to defund the police so they can create lawlessness. Communists want to defund the police so they can overthrow the government. Yet when they do, rest assure that the Communists will fund their police. Theirs is a totalitarian system and the creation of a police state. Slavery is their end game and deception is their method of operation.
If we walk in the light, we will uphold law and order. If we grope around in the darkness, we will fight against law and order. The road to heaven and hell is clear. Hell is not a place where God spanks us and tells us I told ya so. Heaven and hell is the society we create through the lives we lead. If we want to live in the Empire State so to speak, we must embrace law and order.
The question is simple. What kind of society do we want to live in? Do we want to live in New York as a toilet filled with crime and violence fueled by drugs or do we want to live in New York as a safe haven for peace and prosperity? For me the answer is clear. It is a tale of two cities.