God is full of surprises.
Just when you think he has forgotten your prayers he vindicates you with the promise he made.
Years later the course of action brings justification to prophetic words spoken by the one who saw it coming. Yes. Over and over you grill into the thick heads of pride and stubbornness,
“You can’t do that, it is illegal.”
The confirmation occurs at the expense of hurt feelings, ruined relationships and lost trust.
It would be so much easier if bone headed brains would listen in the first place.
The all famous slogan of “I told you so,” might get a break in the event the egotistical fool hits rock bottom.
Denial isn’t just a river in Egypt. Mark Twain must have known many who fit this category. Certain types of personalities tend to reach the level of stupidity using denial as their weapon of choice. Why accept what you don’t want to believe? Make it go away with “No, you’re wrong.”
What is so terrible about admitting we’re wrong?
Is it worth the loss of family, friends and your health?
Is it worth your job, integrity or success?
While the denier slowly peels off pieces of everything and everyone in their life, eventually one gets close enough to witness the unraveling of a mask, or disguise. Once discovered, the true meaning behind this dual personality is one lie after another.
The court of public opinion will never believe the innocent one. Why?
The deceiver is an actor. Broadcasting their wonderful attributes in an open forum they honestly believe they will never get caught. Behind closed doors may be a monster who threatens the very one they are supposed to love. Call it what you will; it is mental and emotional abuse from a cowardly jerk who could care less who they step on.
But, what they don’t know will get them in the end.
No gloating here. God deserves all the glory.
Eventually, and always the deceiver is found out. Years after the fact not only does the prophetic come to pass, the deceiver gets caught in their own wicked web.
Caught red handed in a “spider’s web” they spun, God allows the tensile strengthened silk to get slapped with rain and wind causing it to fall apart on its own. The Black Widower is now left with nothing much but a few strands of non-sticky web that can’t catch anything.
Jesus knew all about injustice. More than anyone else.
Isaiah 53:8 “By oppression and judgment he was taken away.”
And while he was away he beat the devil at his own game.
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