Broken | Coffee Cup
Went to wash my coffee cup and it slipped right out of my hand with a failed attempt to hackysack that sucker. Boom! Broken. It’s interesting though, how that reflects me. I’m broken. Are you broken? I need some coffee…oh wait. That’s alright, I have the coffee cup my grandma gave me.
How am I broken?
I’m broken by the reality of sin. I understand my condition, prone to selfishness. my body is descending to a place of death. But why? And what does that mean? Being equipped with the Holy Spirit inspires to enlighten me with the truth.
I recognize that the condition of my body represents the decaying matter of my soul passed on through Adam and Eve at the time of their deception and disobedience. The ground from which man was made is †cursed because Adam listened to his wife by eating the fruit he knew not to eat.
The fruit Eve and Adam ate of was from the tree of the †knowledge of good and evil. So we now possess the knowledge of good and evil understanding our guilt and just †judgement of God.
↓But why didn’t we die?
The human intelligence has evolved to the point of creating simulations of ourselves with the intention of birthing an artificial soul or souls that can feel, think, and relate for it/themselves without human involvement; we will build a beast, the beast of revelation (mission complete). What next? The point is we want to determine for ourselves our time of death or to avoid the experience altogether.
↑We didn’t die because we don’t determine our time of death. God does. God created us. We didn’t create God. †There is a time of death I pray the person reading this will not experience, but it is determined by God. Don’t try and say you weren’t warned.
Would you like to know when that time of death is that God determines? Me to, join the club, but we are given signs of the times to watch for. Pay close attention, because the time is near.
Although in process of sanctification…
- †Genesis 3:17-19
- †Genesis 2:17
- †Genesis 3
- †Revelation 2:11, 20:6