Part 2

Section 28

    It is a subtle and complex process with one agenda, replacing the preaching and teaching of commands, rules, facts, and truth to be accepted as is (by faith) and obeyed (with threat of chastening for disobedience or being cast out for disrespecting authority—with God, who is perfect and demands perfection, judgment and damnation for sinning, requiring 'reconciliation' via. atonement and 'repentance' i.e., faith in His Son, with obedience to His will following—which engenders a guilty conscience for doing wrong, i.e., for sinning) with the dialoguing of opinions (what you are think about in the 'moment,' stimulated by your "feelings" of the 'moment,' i.e., in the "light" of the current situation, manipulated by the facilitator of 'change') to a consensus (to a feeling of "oneness" with others, making 'truth' subject to man's carnal interpretations of the 'moment' only), negating the father's/Father's authority system, i.e., a method or a away of thinking and acting where truth is objective, i.e., external to man's carnal feelings ("lusts") of the 'moment,' not subjective, i.e., taken captive to his carnal desires and dissatisfactions of the 'moment'—negating the guilty conscience for doing wrong, i.e., for disobedience in the process. It is a process we all do internally (naturally, i.e., carnally), talking to ourselves, i.e., dialoguing with ourselves about our carnal desires of the 'moment' (for pleasure) and our dissatisfaction with restraint, i.e., resenting (hating) the restrainer. When voiced externally it engenders anarchy. When shared through dialogue with others, who are in agreement—in consensus or affirmation—and put into social action—into praxis—it engenders revolution, i.e., 'change.' When brought under submission, i.e., when we are chastened, thereby humbling, denying, controlling, and disciplining our "self," under the parent's/God's authority, a "peaceful fruit of righteousness" (maturity, i.e., knowing right from wrong, doing right, reproving, correcting, rebuking wrong) is produced, something the facilitator of change' hates, not being able to gain control over us, i.e., not being able to seduce, deceive, and manipulate us for his own gain (pleasure).

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