Thursday, July 14, 2011


(All verses quoted are in the New International Version)

"Break the arm of the wicked and evil man; call him to account for his wickedness that would not be found out."

~Psalm 10:15
The ugliness and stains confessed and acknowledged. Called to account. Reduced to pieces and fragments. Fulfilled.

"From one man he made every nation of men, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he determined the times set for them and the exact places where they should live."

~Acts 17:26
The precise times and location. The 21st century, in a city; institutions in which sick or injured persons are given medical or surgical treatment abound.

The Word was fulfilled in its entirety, and despite so there remained a shimmer of hope. To have it planned out so as to produce the possibility of making the shattered united in one piece once more and consequently turning it into reality very much resembles something He did before; the crucifixion. As man sinned and brought about his only fate, death, He familiarly created an alternative course for the inevitable retribution of mankind's unfaithfulness. Both non-fiction circumstances mentioned were dealt with justly, yet the very culprits were enabled to live on- the price they had to pay already being paid for. And yet, He holds true to and accomplishes the Word without exception whatsoever. His plans are not concealed; His Word has endured and remained throughout history, and will remain. The Word is the absolute truth, is absolute perfection and wisdom, will absolutely come to pass.

"And the words of the LORD are flawless, like silver refined in a furnace of clay, purified seven times."

~Psalm 12:6

In shrewdness, every time He was forced to display wrath, execute punishment and bring about destruction in serving justice, He already had mapped out the escape route- an escape route which in fact does not involve contradiction or compromise of the perfect standards and godly values- even the Word. The result of His skilful mastery.


In way, in word, in Him,
He is.

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