Hopeless without the Heart

I don’t usually wait this late in the day to post, but this is something that stayed hidden in the depths of my soul until just now. It percolated all day and I knew it was there, but it took time for me to be ready to see it consciously. This dynamic is part of the truth I now need to share.

Without the heart-led consciousness, nothing works as it should. Nothing in your existence as a human will ever match the possibilities God granted unless you subject your intellect to the heart. The heart, in turn, must be subjected to the Spirit of God.

One example in particular that troubles us all one way or another: You cannot possibly have social harmony without a heart-led covenant existence. That means you cannot have racial harmony, among other things, without the full power of the heart-led awareness. Humanity will always be at war until we return to our proper designed functions. This is why the Lord must destroy every Tower of Babel, because that sort of unity always comes with the most degrading tyranny and oppression.

So our advice to the world at large that refuses to walk heart-led is this: Stay in your segregated cultural societies. Don’t mix races and cultures because it will always lead to conflict and slavery. God spoke loud and clear at the Tower of Babel and His message was just that. Don’t mix until you can activate the heart-led existence. Otherwise, it will without fail always lead to conflict, oppression and slavery. Every attempt to create a cosmopolitan society always leads you back to the Devil. He fools people into believing they can do it, but without the power of the Spirit, it is utterly impossible.

It requires an identity that comes only from above, eclipsing all other human identities. Peace is not possible without a heart-led covenant.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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2 Responses to Hopeless without the Heart

  1. This is so thought-provoking. Thank you.

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  2. Jay DiNitto says:

    Some hard pills to swallow, but it needs to be said. The only greatest apportioning of shalom on earth is through the heart-led faith.

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