Comment: It may be useful to recall about Ezekiel 33:1-6

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It may be useful to recall about Ezekiel 33:1-6

It may be useful to recall about Ezekiel 33:1-6 :

"And the word of Jehovah proceeded to occur to me, saying: “Son of man, speak to the sons of your people, and you must say to them,
“‘As regards a land, in case I bring upon it a sword and the people of the land, one and all, actually take a man and set him as their watchman, and he really sees the sword coming upon the land and blows the horn and warns the people, and the hearer actually hears the sound of the horn but he takes no warning at all, and a sword comes and takes him away, his own blood will come to be upon his own head. The sound of the horn he heard, but he took no warning. His own blood will come to be upon his own self. And had he himself taken warning, his own soul would have escaped. “‘Now as regards the watchman, in case he sees the sword coming and he actually does not blow the horn and the people itself gets no warning at all and a sword comes and takes away from them soul, for its own error it itself must be taken away, but its blood I shall ask back from the hand of the watchman himself.
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Thus, no offense, but I have a slightly different way to interpret the signs and whose words to eventually defend and follow.

Probably because I trust Jesus to have saved he who will want to be saved.

The watchmen are among us. It is our personal, individual, intimate duty to choose them for ourselves, and then to listen when they blow the horns.

To me, Ezekiel 33:1-6 essentially says you better choose the righteous ones (watchmen). For there are those others, evil watchmen, and although they may know as much as the good ones, they are around us only to serve The Rebel instead, defying God, and lose themselves, taking you in their fall.

My belief anyway.

Peace.

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