What does the lord say about backstabbers, and hidden enemies
The word backstabbers is not mentioned in the bible, although some characters in the bible portray the personality of a backstabber. A synonym for this word is backbitting witch is found in the bible twice first in Proverbs25:23, and in 2nd Corinthians 12:20, which means to betray; doublecross; slander; gossip; lie, etc… all negative aspects of human personality. the character in the bible called Judas is probably the most famous backstabber for betraying Jesus. The word enemies is mentioned all through the bible from Genesis through Revelations. These are a few of the things that the wayshower, Jesus the Christ states about enemies; A mans foe’s (enemy) shall be of his own household; Love your enemies, do good to them that hate you. Lets define our terms from a spiritual point of veiw. Household in the bible does not mean your apartment or home where you and your family live in the city or suburbs, Household represents where you live in conciousness. Your hidden enemies are the negative thoughts that corrupt, betray and lie to convince you that you are only human. Our Christ conciousness wants to reveal the truth which is this, the enemies and backstabbers in the world are not the problem. The solution is to redeem those backstabbing and enemy thoughts within each of us, and the backstabbers and enemies of the world will disappear. This can be accomplished by affirming unconditional love for yourself and others. Behold the Christ in yourself and in everyone. Meditation and prayer helps to purify the conciousness and allows the Christ in you, to lord over your personal kingdom.We must remember that we are spiritual beings having human experiences. Jesus states that the two greatest commandments are, love the Lord with all your heart,mind, soul and strength; and love your neighbor as yourself. also Luke 20:42″ And David saith in the book of Psalms, The Lord said unto my Lord,sit thou on my right hand, till I make thine enemies thy footstool.
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