WORDS

 

“The pen is mightier than the sword”

The deliberate misinterpretation of words could be the cause of more damage than any other tactic that the followers of the persuasions of Satan have conjured up to destroy the “In God We Trust” country, and the world for that matter. In 1915, Vladimir Lenin, the totally evil leader of the Communist movement in the USSR had this to say: “PEOPLE THINK IN WORDS AND HOW THEY INTERPRET WORDS IS WHO THEY ARE.” He told his generals, ”We must invent words and change the meaning of words to mold the people into the kind of people we want.” Are the people of America being “Molded” into what Satan and his legions want?

With this thought in mind, I put my hands on a reproduction of Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary of the American English Language, which was the first American English dictionary. Mr. Webster had this to say, "In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government, ought to be instructed ... No truth is more evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people.” 

In 1892 the Supreme Court affirmed: “THIS IS A CHRISTIAN NATION”

But today’s controlling powers are diligently using Lenin’s insights into the psyche of people and changing many into men caught up in the persuasions of Satan. The meanings of words are being changed and words are being invented to desensitize us to sin.

Here are some words and their definitions that we need to hold fast to in our pursuit of truth:

MORAL: God’s rules of action and interaction.  Instruction in the bible is the main source to know and understand God’s rules of action and interaction. In 1620 Dr. Harvard, the founder of Harvard University used John 17:3 as his Universities motto, which stated, ”And this is eternal life, that they may know Thee, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom Thou hast sent.” How far we have come.

IMMORAL: Knowing God’s rules but breaching them. A person engaging in immorality can confess his sins by prayer to his Creator and get back on track.

AMORAL: Neither moral nor immoral; being outside the sphere of which judgments apply. This word was invented to put a gray area between good and evil. It gives room for man’s loftiness and pride, while moral and immoral are black and white definitions of man’s conduct

WISDOM: The moral application of intelligence.

FREEDOM: Freedom merely relates to status, like serfdom. Freedom can be applied morally, immorally or amorally and today freedom gives license to immorality and amorality.

LIBERTY: 2 Corinthians 3:17 “Now the Lord is the Spirit; and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is LIBERTY…” KJV. Liberty is not freedom and freedom is not liberty.

SODOMY: The ungodly immoral use of one’s body: Period. It is not “gay,” like some people are pretending it is. Gay relates to “frolicsome,” not sodomy, adultery, fornication, Licentiousness and the like. Read the definitions of gay and sodomy in an early dictionary and don’t change the interpretations to today’s thinking to accommodate immoral and amoral conduct.

SOCIALISM: There are two kinds of Socialism

1. Involuntary Socialism – an order where people are forced to do the will of the leaders of a planned society and satisfy the will and appetite of their rulers. The people are akin to farm animals in an involuntary socialist society. Government is licensed to put its hand in a person’s pocket for the “betterment” of another.

2. Voluntary Socialism – A society where people “volunteer” to come to the aid of others through families, churches, organizations such as the Salvation Army, Catholic charities, the original YMCA and their like.  Government plays no role in a voluntary socialist society, other than to see to it that it remains a voluntary society “The government that governs best, governs least.”

GOVERNMENT: “Government is not reason – It is not eloquence – It is FORCE. A dangerous servant and a fearful master . . .” George Washington 1792

TERRORISM: A Physical or psychological act; committed to gain or maintain submission. People branding other people as terrorists would fit nicely into the definition of terrorist don’t you think. In America we see government posters that say, “See something, say something.” Isn’t that a subtle way to instill terror in everybody. Terror, and other political words, have become buzz words used to create an action on the part of the recipient. As Pavlov trained his dogs, the American people are being “trained” by the media and their government to accept ungodly words and actions to say the least.      

I could go on with many words that are being used to desensitize us to immoral and amoral conduct, but getting your hands on a copy of the 1828 Dictionary can be a tremendous asset to your education, along with a copy of the Bible. If you don’t want to invest in the 1828 dictionary, at least get one written let’s say before 1930. We are born ”Out of control” and must learn to be “In control ” and the source of our learning is who we will be. It’s imperative that we learn the early American English language before Satan and his servants completely take over.         

All Ivy league Universities, Harvard, Brown, Princeton etc. were founded for the specific purpose of educating preachers. Preachers used to serve as teachers. You wouldn’t know it today would you, now that government schools were introduced by Horace Mann in 1835. There is NO reference to education in the Constitution. The Founders recognized that, if government controlled education, the people would only be educated in the opinion of the government, like Hitler, Lenin and Stalin did, and we’re doing.

Evil is twisting our ability to converse and deal with each other in a moral and civil manner. In truth, we have a hard time defining morality anymore. Words and phrases like “gay,” and “in a relationship” and their like have replaced adultery, fornication, licentiousness and their like. The wrong use of freedom is causing us to live in serfdom. The use of gutter words is all too common.  This has gotten to a point where we’ve lost the distinction between good and evil. Tell me, is bad, good? Can immoral conduct be, cool?

These distinctions may seem trite, but where has this “trite” play on words already take us. We must have a very clear interpretation of words and of their moral and immoral definitions before conversing with each other. If we don’t understand the meaning of words, just take a look around at how people have accepted immorality, by and large, and across the board.  And take a look at how the misuse of words bombards us on a daily basis. On one hand we’re fed doom and gloom, terror, fear etc. from the government, and on the other hand we’re told that everything is fine, war is peace, murdering babies is a constitutional right, sodomy is gay and on and on.