Arguing with fools or
people who do not want to listen is the worst investment we can make.
THE haters are the term used in social networks for
those who only criticize with the desire to destroy and not to build, they are
also capable of defame, gossip, and prove their own truths with lies. All this,
haters do with the intention of stealing a person's good reputation and thus
taking away their prestige. Obviously within this gigantic world, I have been a
victim of these haters, but what I learned was that the silence of a few
thousand daily is more approving than the hatred of a few. Unfortunately,
within the congregations it turns out to be the same, there are many ministers
who despise others and do not accept their teaching style, for example. Even if
we can use despotic words to belittle ourselves, we certainly will. This action
leaves us in the same line of the haters and of course, in that of the Scribes
and Pharisees who condemned Jesus of Nazareth.
all the people, seeing him, were amazed, and running to him, greeted him."
Mark 9. 15
Within that group that
ran to greet the Master, were the haters, the Scribes, and the Pharisees. All
those who want to despise us, the first thing they will do is greet us and with
lying lips, they will try to praise us to make us feel good and important. They
will run to meet us; they will be subscribed to our social networks and they
will activate the notification bell just to be able to continue with their
morbid and harmful lifestyles. I reiterate, the best we can do is move on from
them well, it is not worth arguing with them.
"He asked them:
What do you dispute with them?"
Mark 9. 16
I really like these
words of Jesus Christ, when reading them I understand the spirit behind them,
it is as if he were saying to the disciples: “I have not taught them that it is
not worth being in contention with fools and with those who do not want to
listen. Come on please, don't waste your time with them, let us see what is happening”.
To be idle is to devote valuable time to leisure. Jesus Christ taught us that being
idle allows us to open doors to the adversary that we should never have
allowed. Having a close relationship with the Holy Spirit will keep us free
from leisure and of course from opening those unnecessary doors to the haters
and religious of our time, since it is not worth arguing with them.
God bless you.
NOT WORTH IT
God bless you and bring
revelation into your life of the Mind of Christ that is already in you.
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