Past the pain comes reward through faith in Jesus Christ

Hatred vs. Righteous Indignation

Personal Examination

Hating another person is a reflection of self because it’s impossible to hate unless you are doing it.

Hate is a symptom of an underlying issue, not to be confused with righteous indignation, which is the godly anger for wrongdoing, mistreatment, insult, or malice, but again, it is not hatred.

Righteous indignation is the identical anger Jesus showed when his Temple was being mishandled by the money exchangers who were using the house of God like a den of thieves. Similarly to modern-day prosperity, church buildings, organizations, institutions, and associations.

These alliances make pacts to alienate the Lord’s true prophets, and their hatred is not the righteous indignation of God’s anger but hatred for Jesus Christ; therefore have attempted to silence the Holy Spirit through the prophets.

Though outside of this injustice, God is handling it rightfully, and prayer and forgiveness alleviate the genuine righteous indignation of those wrongfully held with scandal and outrageous wrongdoing.

The actual show of God’s disciples is the ability to love and forgive under extenuating circumstances because Christ’s goodness fills them with God’s mercy for the overburdened.

Righteous indignation is quickly addressed through prayer and supplication and obedience to Christ to forgive your enemies.

Matthew 5:44
But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.”

To forgive wrongdoers makes for a clean house and a temple incapable of feeling contempt or loathing for any one person, entity, or establishment.

Whereas hatred is a detestation and an enthusiastic, spirited, emotional response that fills the heart; hence, the mouth speaks with slander and ungodly things, wishing harm and ill-informed and callous intent to assault a person’s character, yet shows a lack of integrity which is vicious, brutal and unpredictable.

A hateful heart is someone untrustworthy and often comes off to others as kind, thoughtful, concerned, and often prayerful, and perhaps as a dignitary and humanitarian, but rather, a person with a greedy heart, and like a wolf, gathers together in a pact to encircle the prey of their hatred.

Still, through Jesus Christ, a heart filled with love and truth forgives easily and can move forward and be trained by it while overcoming hurdles that a heart filled with disingenuous intentions is unable.

In the end, others begin to see that a double-minded individual is unstable in all their ways and a detriment to the significant dealings underway concerning the people because an untrustworthy individual is inept at being authorized to oversee.

James 1:8
He is a double-minded man, unstable in all his ways.

At the same time, any person, whether a man or woman, is unstable at best when this reveal is shown to be true.

It’s true that a heart that rents space to greed and hatred is filled with the same shame they cause to others. They are intimidated by love and Christ’s authority; the reason they shame it and generate shame resulting in blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.

The heart of hatred, through the person’s unwillingness to repent and change sadly, becomes the sufferer in the end; they become a victim of themselves, and in God’s Kingdom, the victimized become the head and not the tail.

There is no room for Satanic characteristics in a position where the deception is a possible detriment to something greater.

Animosity breeds jealousy, contempt, envy, covetousness, gossip, slander, and even divination when praying for something terrible to happen to a person because you are not praying to God but to the god of this world when you desire someone to stumble.

Some call it narcissism because it’s the inability to place others first or have empathy. After all, self is the primary pursuit and the uprising against Christ, and wishing harm on an honest person opens doors to other demons, and even nightmares become the self-torture of a person’s actions.

The Lord is revealing this deep understanding of hatred and the revelation of days to come; the vision is plain and, without doubts, God’s will.

In closing, be aware of the unresolved pain of others. It’s better to speak reflectively when I teach so that we all take a look inwardly. There is a special message for many, and how it affects one may not be the same for another; it depends on the guilt or innocence of the heart.

1 John 4:20
If anyone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar, for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen cannot love God whom he has not seen.

1 John 2:9
Whoever says he is in the light and hates his brother is still in darkness.

Proverbs 10:12 Hatred stirs up strife, but love covers all offenses.

At the same time, scripture clarifies repentance and how forgiveness comes from being healed.

Matthew 6:15
But if you do not forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.

In the name of Jesus, I pray that the Lord’s courage is your guild, in that Jesus forgave the guilty who crucified him, so too, you will forgive those who harmed you, and pray for those you harmed, and make amends and honestly, in Jesus’ name.

It’s a good day!

Sister Christine

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