Timothy: Satan thought he had God legally caught. Let’s consider that fact.
Video: The Justice Alone segment on the Consider Podcast hones in on the ever-increasing injustice in the land. The land is vomiting in revulsion to the injustices instituted by unrepentant judges, prosecutors and police. “Follow Justice and Justice Alone, so that you may live and possess the land the Lord your God is giving you.” Deuteronomy 16 verse 20. “Urgent is the need for perverts of jurisprudence to repent. With many other words he warned them and he pleaded with them, “Save yourselves from this corrupt generation.” Acts 2 verse 42.
Timothy: Jacob what’s the number one the top rule for understanding what justice is?
Jacob: Ignore the crime.
Timothy: Ignore the crime. Let’s go to Genesis chapter 3 verse 1 and let’s watch the great prosecutor the accuser Satan do his work, and let’s just see how that compares to today’s prosecutors’ legal systems all around the world. Satan came to Eve; he went there first he went for the weakest part that he could get in order to achieve a prosecution. That what prosecutors do today, Jacob?
Jacob: Yes, they do.
Timothy: Yes. They come in on the weakest element really the most humble in the land. The people the easiestly manipulated. Where we have seen and we’ll continue to look at the fact that the state only wants the most people sitting in a jury that they can manipulate. But like Satan, like the evil one who has all the kingdoms of the world throughout time at his disposal. We see the First prosecution. And the prosecutor Satan is going to accuse God of fraud. In Genesis chapter 3 verse 1 it says, “Now the serpent was more crafty than any of the wild animals the Lord God had made.” Right there, we’re talking about prosecutors. Aren’t they not crafty? I mean all you got to do is watch the news. They are sneaky, slimy, vipers traveling over certain laws and concepts. Nothing’s ever solid. Justice is never even. We see that whether you’re conservative or liberal both sides do it. Nobody’s actually standing up and saying, this is what justice is.
When’s the last time you saw another prosecutor condemn other prosecutors because they weren’t really achieving justice? They never speak up. So, Satan comes in and he goes to the woman, did God really say. So, he begins you know that little bit of doubt. Was it really noble? Was it really good? The hate crime we went through and the prosecution they we went through. Every single aspect that was holy and righteous and good and prop and loving. What did the prosecutors do Jacob?
Jacob: Question it.
Timothy: Question it. Add a seed of doubt. Was it really noble? Were you compensated for this? Were you paid for that? Was it really, they even went so far, we had mechanisms in there to prevent abuse within the church, right? And the prosecutor said, oh, is that really a good thing to do? You tell me, that’s not like spot on who Satan is. Did God really say you must not eat from any tree in the garden? The woman said to the serpent, we may eat fruit from the trees in the garden, but God did say. She knew the law. She knew God’s character. And she’s quoting back what God had set down this principle, this law, this rule, this regulation, however you want to look at it. This is the law. You must not eat fruit from the tree that is in the middle of the garden. And you must not touch it or you will die.
The prosecutors lie all the time. There’re books out on the fact of something like it’s legal to lie. They’re liars. Fiction books are close to being a lie. Some can be absolute lies. Some can be made-up stories but by the end of the day, what is fiction but a made-up story line and it really the best ones borderline on lying. The worst ones actually are just lying weaving in different kinds of concepts that support the lie. It’s called a fraud or satanic. The woman said to the servant, we may eat fruit from the trees of the garden but we can’t touch this one or we’ll die, and Satan just flat out says in Genesis 3:4, “You will not surely die.” He just really emphasizes. Doesn’t that sound like closing arguments in a prosecution, Jacob?
Timothy: You will not die. The person’s guilty. They’re evil. They’re vile. They just go down the list and he premeditated this or they premeditated that or they did this. They were just the word creatures on the face of the earth. That’s what Satan is saying here. God is a liar. He’s committing fraud. He’s telling you that it’s for your good not to eat from this tree but he’s lying to you. It’s false advertising. It’s fraud. Then he goes on to build it from there because she’s still listening. She knows, well I don’t want to get too far in my head. Verse 5, “For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened and you will be like God knowing good and evil.” Eve really is the first jury person called jury duty. She’s sitting there listening to prosecution, listening to the logic and so Satan the accuser comes along and says, God’s evil. He’s wicked. He’s a cult leader. He just wants to manipulate you. He’s committing fraud. He’s taking from you. He’s keeping good from you. He’s stealing from you. He goes on down the line.
“For God knows God,” God is fully aware that he’s committing this fraud and this crime. The criminal in the docket knew fully well that what he was doing was wrong. He was premeditating and they just exaggerated and exaggerated until everybody’s in an emotional frenzy. What Satan is doing here, he’s getting her all prosecuting pumped up kind of thing like yeah, yeah. God’s bad. He’s evil. So, the woman looks at the evidence. Jacob, go and read Genesis 3:6, as we watched Eve sitting in the jury box weighing the evidence.
Jacob: “When the woman all that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it.”
Timothy: Real quickly I don’t have time to dive into today Adam sitting there, he just letting things flow. Nobody just stands up in the middle of the courtroom or if you make it all the way the dirty box. When’s the last time you ever heard of a jury person like, hey, I got a question. This seems like an awful lot nonsense or pointing out lies or the fact that other people are falsely accused and then released 20 years later or bringing up just the corruption that’s there. Nobody does that. So, Adam sits there. It’s Adams of this world that refuse to take leadership and really be men of courage that don’t understand what justice is and even if they did, they’re not willing to put themselves right in front of the train and stand up and go, no, this is wrong. This is evil. What you guys are doing is corrupt. Our prisons are a mess. This is all vengeance. Where are these people standing up and crying justice in such a way that it’s right there in the jury box stopping Eve, stopping the prosecutor from doing what they’re doing standing up and saying, this is enough, this is wrong. You got to forget the crime, remember? We got to look at how this is transposing and where it’s going. Now, think about it for a moment. Who is talking here, Jacob? Well, I’m sorry. In this whole Prosecution thing. It’s Satan that’s doing the talk.
Timothy: So, when we say that we ignore the crime the questions we have to ask ourselves are one who’s doing the talking. Who’s making the accusation?
Timothy: Prosecutors. And it’s Satan. Therefore, anything that comes from them is highly suspect. Correct?
Timothy: So, she doesn’t raise any questions about, wait a minute, you’re a serpent and this just doesn’t sound right. There’s not a single question to validate whether or not what the is saying it’s true in the same way the most acceptable juries to the state are those that are naive they’re not going to ask any questions.
Jacob: Correct, that’s why the jury selection process is nothing, but a giant weed out people who are going to think.
Timothy: That’s right.
Jacob: That’s the whole goal.
Timothy: Weed out people, they’re going to actually ask questions analyst. That’s why they love it when notices they go back into the jury box that consider the case, they come back within a couple hours it only took them an hour to do this kind of thing.
Jacob: That means Eve was the first bad juror.
Jacob: No bad juror.
Timothy: Oh, bad juror.
Jacob: If she was in the jury box.
Timothy: Correct. Oh yeah, very bad. We’re all suffering because of it. We’re now all in a prison called Earth right now and we’re just waiting final judgement for heaven or hell because of that. Number two, there’s no asking how will this affect the outcome of the matter? Let’s just say for a moment there’s like an inkling of some kind of truth going on here by God. What are the consequences if I in this action or if I find somebody guilty, what will be the outcome? What is the law? What is the mechanism? How do we treat our prisoners? What is this going on? Back during the times the black plague and I’m not eager for a black plague but don’t get me wrong, there was a real sense of heaven and hell. Life was short. I mean, you you’re talking like, I think it’s what, two-thirds of Europe pretty much died off because of the black plague?
Jacob: Yeah, it was high.
Timothy: And in the midst of that, not talked about much in some of the books I’ve read. Revival would break out. That is a true revival where God comes along and he stirs up people a few people that he can to repent because they’re considering, I could be literally dead Paulorrow. I just buried 90% of my family. So, death is right there in your face and God is sending a discipline called the black plague. Revival would break out. They would seek God and there was revival. I believe it was in France and the first thing that happened when revival Happened. Do you know what they did Jacob?
Timothy: They went and opened the prisons. The revival brought about an understanding of what justice is and they knew the legal system was corrupt, was too harsh, was full of vengeance. And so when the revival came out, they went and open up the prison doors and then the person kind of at the forefront of the revival would lead that particular group of people that are in the mis-revival to the next town and the next thing would happen. So where when the church talked about revival, I don’t see any talk about justice I don’t see any concern for the prisoners and what’s going on it seems like today if there’s revival, oh, we support the police. I mean, okay, support your own doom support the prosecutors that’s what they rely on. But revival back then during the black plague, they understood, they had a sense of what justice was. Now what’s the downside to what I just said there Jacob?
Jacob: Is that you could potentially let a lot of criminals out on the street.
Timothy: No. Yeah, I hear what you’re saying on that. The ironic part of all this and this is what the pagans and the unbelievers and the unrepentant would look at. Well, because this group of people went from town to town spreading the revival, they also spread the black plague.
Jacob: Oh, sure.
Timothy: It’s how Satan works. I’m going to leave it for you there to chew on. I’m just letting that revival can break out and a lot of people can get really mad about revival because technically, it’s spreading the black plague. From God’s perspective, he’s working good. He’s working discipline on the world. He’s waking up of those very few people who will actually repent. We’re all headed for death correct. Right Jacob?
Timothy: So, it doesn’t matter if we go now by the black plague or five years from now retire and die in our bed. We’re all headed to a place of judgement and since the vast majority of the world is going to hell. This is really kind of a prison where everybody’s in there and everybody’s pointing fingers at each other like but we’re all in the same location heading the same direction unless we’re fully disciples of Jesus. So, from God’s perspective, the black plague was a warning. Why do you think the world makes fun of that concept over and over? Because they don’t want to repent.
Alright, the final third thing is what methods are being used here. What’s lies, it’s twisting of facts, it’s denial of the truth. If there’s one thing, we’re seeing definitely right now within the prosecutor classes. It’s a denial of reality. They can’t even get male and female correct. They can’t understand what’s Good and righteous. In fact, everything that is good and righteous is being overthrown and that’s by the prosecutor class. That’s by the legal class is supposed to be what? Preserving good within the society and the opposite is taking place.
Jacob: Yeah, the whole prosecutors, the whole point of the prosecution office, right? Is to pretty much go after bad people in society. You’re supposed to uphold the law and sort of like deal with the people who are committing crimes and the opposite is happening.
Timothy: That all, yeah, exactly. That all sounds good except when the laws are so overbearing, nobody can keep it and when they can accuse you of everything and they don’t really, again, we talked about this earlier, they strip the mechanisms, the money, the way that you could present a defense. So, nobody’s actually being prosecuted in such ways they get a trial. The first thing that the prosecutors do is just strip you of the ability to actually respond. It is fully corrupt.
Jacob: Oh yeah, it’s absolutely fully corrupt. The concept sounded good on paper when they all first decided, oh, we’re going to hire, there’s going to be attorneys that will help make sure bad people go to jail pretty much. That was their concept.
Timothy: Oh, for sure. The Bill of Rights. The Constitution supreme documents in terms of the world. We’ve watched the courts and the prosecutors and all the government that slowly undermine that. It is almost completely meaningless. At best it’s kind of like tortured. Nobody just points back to the constitution. They get to point back to all the rulings and their opinions and nothing ever. There’s no concept of how do we apply this. What is going on? What is the consequence? The law is the law to the state and if you violate that any level, you’re just toast and doomed and then when you have so many laws that is just pressing in on you. You can’t do anything right. All you can do is run the lottery and hope that they just don’t come after you. We experience that full on. Once they come after you, everything’s dumped on you. Every corruption, I took notes it all but eventually you got a pretty big book as it goes on.
Timothy: Let’s do some good news before we dive in more into all of this. Let’s go to Luke chapter 18, verse 7. And Jacob, why don’t you read verses 7 & 8 of Luke 18.
Jacob: “And will not God bring about justice for his chosen ones, who cry out to him day and night? Will he keep putting them off? I tell you; he will see that they get justice and quickly. However, when the son of comes will he find faith on the earth?”
Timothy: Everybody wants or thinks that God’s going to bring them justice, right?
Timothy: You’ll hear people that somebody did a horrendous crime against a family member whether it’s killed somebody or stolen from them and the people in the family out in the, now what am I trying to say? They’re not pews. The benches in the courtroom will say, I hope you rot in hell. That’s not what Jesus’s promise is they’re not going to receive justice that will be part of hell. Anybody that’s not fully a disciple of Jesus, and I’ll repeat it again. Those are people that are hating their own life, picking up the cross, dying to self and following hard after Jesus in spite of the sufferings that God brings in life. Anybody that’s not fully a disciple will not be granted justice and what you find really is people that have had things done to them that are wrong. It’s really vengeance they’re filled with. There’s no sense of let’s wait for God to deal with because only he knows what is right.
Let me explain a little bit of why there’s this lag time. Because we’re all in the same boat. You can’t very well stand up in front of let’s say it’s even a serial killer or someone who did something horrendous to you or someone that you know. You are headed in the same direction they’re going. And it’s best not to turn to them and go, well, I hope you rod. I hope you burn in hell. I hope you’re in solitary find my hope and bring down all these curses on you and everything’s miserable. Because you’re right behind him headed that direction or her whoever did the wrong. It says in verse 7 of Luke 18, “And will not God bring about justice for his chosen one?” And it’s not even enough to just be a chosen one. Look at what Jesus says. These are his conditions. If you want to look at this illegal document, go for it. Here are the legalities of getting justice from the living God
“And will not God bring about justice?” That’s the promise. That’s in the contract. It’s set down. God will bring about justice. And here are the subpoints within the contract. And this is who you have to be and what condition you have to be in in order to be assured that God is going to bring you justice. Number one you have to be a chosen one. You have to be somebody as in Matthew 28 who is learning to obey everything that Jesus set down. Everything. But you also what does it say in the other parts of this subcontract? “Who cry out to him day and night?” I gets tired and weary you’ll see a group of people who claim to be Christians, right? Something wrong happens to them and they immediately go, oh we forgive them, and they just want to go back at being at peace. They just they just want to be happy in their Christian walk. They don’t really care. They’re not going to get justice. What does it say, “Who cry out to God, day and night?”
Now, there’s a lot of reasons why God requires this. Number one, it purifies your motives as all of this hate crime came about and all of these different individuals came along and did their injustice and their crimes and their lies and their slanders. As I begin to cry out to God for justice, and I’m still crying out to God for justice and as I’ve said before he made me have me go on to other issues from here. But you can be sure that I’m cleaning up my life. Because in order to cry for justice, I best not go in there guilty, right?
Timothy: Because he is a God will search my life and bring me into judgement and so I work out my salvation with fear and trembling. So, you’re crying at him day and night. What it really shows in one angle if it’s if the vengeance isn’t there what you’re really demonstrating to God is that you hunger for his justice. You hunger and thirst for righteousness. You want him to act. Whereas vengeance wants everything right now. Isn’t that what you see in the courtroom and people that have been offended and whatever. They want their vengeance means I want everything right now at this instance torture the person how I devour pleasure from that person facing their doom, correct?
Timothy: Well, since there’s a lag time, there’s a temptation. I have never been tempted in this direction but there’s a temptation to like forget about it. It’s over worth. In fact, I received an email by somebody who actually supported this Jezebel that caused this hate crime, right? And they send me an Email going, hey, hey, you’re way too upset. You’re way too concerned. I could tell the person had seen a therapist and they were saying, let’s just admit, it said in the thing, let’s just admit she’s an evil person and she’s an evil demonic person, I think is what said. But you got to let go of it.
Everybody wants you to go back to what? Find their life. Everybody wants to get on. And that’s one of these things these worldly prosecutors expect. They come in with all the injustice. What usually happens is people go through the grinding mill. They’re tortured. They’re put down. And then immediately just want to forget it and move on, right? So, they’re never called to count on anything. Not so with the living God. I cry out to God, day and night. I wait on the Lord, day and night and I do so in faith. I do so surrender. He also works a peace and a rest within all this. This is kind of a wrestling process and the power of the Holy Spirit and I can’t describe it to you. You just going to have to live it if you want justice. But you’re not going to get justice if you think, well, I’m a chosen one and just kind of leave it at that and you’re laid back.
Look, God put this in my life. He put this right here in front of me and he’s told me to grab hold of it and not let go and I’m going to persevere because persevere has to finish its work which makes me mature and complete. “Who cry out to him day and night.” He goes on to say, well, God keep putting them off. oh, I’ve whine to God. God, why do you keep putting me off on everything? But I know as I’m saying those words. He’s not putting me off. He is preparing the wicked for the day of judgement. He is working the judgement that is to come and all of these people Christian or not Christian, I don’t care what they believe they will pay the price. We’ve already looked at. “Will he keep putting them off?” No.
It will come quickly. It’s not like the world where you know what it grinds on and usually when people are released, it’s after 15 or 20 years or they’re 80 years old. It it’s a really pathetic situation but if you backed up and you look at how short your life is and how fast time goes by, isn’t not pretty quick Jacob that we’re wrapping things up here?
Timothy: So, God will see that we get justice and quickly but oh only for you have to be of the chosen ones who are obedient. And that’s why Jesus says, “However, when the son of man comes, will he find faith on the earth?” Most of the Christian church would say Jesus is a little bit off his rocker, right? Because if you look out on the internet or, isn’t there all kinds of faith movements going on and revival taking place Jacob?
Timothy: I mean you think well no this is rhyme church attendance is down, but I’ve got rich faithful saying and there’s this revival spreading around and it’s advertised everywhere. And yet Jesus in Relationship to justice is saying, “Will I find faith on the earth?” And we’re kind of back to again the church doesn’t understand what justice is. They won’t accept it. They wanted to mix vengeance with justice and so they support the prosecutors. They support the police. They don’t ask how things are being done. Think of all the jury trials going on. When’s the last time a Christian made any news by sitting in the jury box and going, enough’s enough. I’m not going to be a part of this. And the list the crimes and the room and the crimes of what the prosecutor do when they lie like using words like well justice has to be done or any reasonable person. Where’s somebody grabbing the vomit bag and saying, I can’t take this anymore, I’m out of here and just rebuking the court system for who they are and what they are.
So, there’s no consideration about what justice is it’s just vengeance we just want to be happy do out our fishing in our boats or whatever it is that we do. So, Jesus says, “However when son of man comes, will he find faith on the earth?” It takes faith in God to trust him that he’s going to deal with the situation and work good. It takes faith to back up and not do certain things. Believe it or not Jacob, there’s so many things I could’ve done to expose the corruption within King County prosecutors of Seattle, Washington. And God just keeps holding me back going just wait on me. Pull it back. Pull it back. Pull it back. I’m already doing a lot wouldn’t you say? But there is so much more that could be done and that I wanted to do.
And a great deal of following God’s will as you cry out to him day and night is God will say, don’t go here, don’t go there, that’s too far. Back up or if you’re being timid or you need to move forward to go move forward, go faster, go harder. My point being is usually we’ve got to get rid of that vengeance quality within us so that we can hear from God what to do. And it usually falls into two camps. You’ve got the one camp over here in the extreme like, okay well, God’s going to bring me justice don’t do anything. There there’s just nothing going on. There’s no zealousness for justice or understanding what’s going on. I’ve gained a lot of wisdom through what I’ve gone through. That’s just one angle.
Also, a lot of love in Jesus Christ. A lot of trust in the Lord. My faith has increased through this thing. My fire and zeal for righteousness and holiness in my life and other people’s life. The love to warn other people especially within the legal profession whether you be a prison, warden or a guard or a bale or whatever it is. You need to repent. You need to take note of what’s going on around you. All of that is being worked up, stirred up, and just inflamed in a very very holy kind of way and it’s a result of faith. I’m willing to wait and I’m willing to trust and I’m willing to lose my day and my time and just traveling around, having good time, being in retirement, whatever it is and cry out to God, day and night. These are the only people that can expect justice. You’re not going to get it unless You are living Luke 18:7 & 8. It’s that simple. This is laid out extremely clear. Is it not, Jacob?
Timothy: Alright, let’s go to Proverbs chapter 29 verse 26 and again, I’ll let you read that Jacob.
Jacob: “Many seek an audience with a ruler, but it is from the Lord that man gets justice.”
Timothy: Because I knew that to be true. I wrote King County prosecutor Dan Satterburg who now is retired from that as prosecutor although he has passed it on to those who carry his torch. But I sent him a letter and the first line I think in the letter actually was a fact that said, I will not flatter you. We don’t have time to look at today but the amount of flattery that goes on in the justice system is appalling. You can see why that they can’t pick up on their sins or the wrong. They just flatter each other. Oh, you’re a Craig prosecutor. You’re a great judge. It goes on and on. But many seek an audience with a ruler. I laid out the facts to him. I said, I’m not going to flatter you. This is what’s going on, but of course they’re just going to deny justice and whatever it’s filed off somewhere. My appeal is to the Lord and I will wait on him no matter what happens.
“Many seek an audience with a ruler but it is from the Lord that a man gets justice.” They might clarify things. They might even let this person go which they’d have been smart to do a long-long time ago. But Justice is not going to be achieved in this world. The justice system is not going to give us justice. Not even get close. But God will and it’s from the Lord that we get justice. You’re going to suffer a lot of miserable things from the governing authorities. They are just now warming up to really come after Christians. Are they not Jacob?
Timothy: They’re just warming up. They are practicing on all these kinds of cases. It’s so sad to see the church is just so dumb. There are certain key trial and things that are taking place and the church is just totally silent because it’s not touching their front door. They will come and God is going to use the corrupt worldly system to sift the church and unless you’ve got the faith to trust that God will bring justice. You’re going to resort to human means or you’re going to lose your faith and please understand, these people are excellent at breaking down your faith. They are well trained to get people to turn against other people to save their own skin. That’s what they thrive on. They look for the Judases. They manipulate the Judas’. Those Judases will Say anything that needs to be done. Jacob, you know who Al Capone is?
Timothy: Al Capone, they were obviously after him and of course, they can never catch him, right? So, rather than up their game to become more proficient than Al Capone, what they did was, is they just cheated. So, eventually, make a long story short on one of the particular trials, they needed people to testify against him, right? So, they got one prisoner that worked with Capone to go around and manipulate all the other prisoners to rat Al Capone, right? And he says in there, people would lie because you go and go, when you go to a prison, and go you know what? If you testify against mister Smith over here, we’ll reduce their sentence.
Well, it’s called bribery number one. If I did that and you did that, we’d be in prison. But you know what? Let’s make this fair the defense audit should be able to go around to other people that are prosecute or that are on the prosecutor side. You know what? If you do this, we’ll give you $10,000 or we’ll give you this promotion here we’ll put in that. Why not? Let’s just make this equal whatever the prosecution could do the defense can do. Let’s just make if we’re going to make the law then make the corruption across the board so that everybody can do the same. Anyway, he goes on to say in the book that he’s going around getting all these people and of course, he’s getting people to turn against mister Capone in order to get out of prison.
Some people that didn’t even know him and it said, and so they’re making up stories and it says the Feds didn’t care. Well, of course they didn’t care. They just turned a blind eye. It is Satan’s territory and liars just flocked it. Is Al Capone guilty? Yeah, but we’re not looking at the crime. We’re looking at the justice or injustice that was within the system. Then, we’ll get to the crime and I’ll get more into that later. It’s quite fascinating what they did to mister Capone. You know that he was put in jail for tax evasion, right? Well, I don’t want to get too hard far ahead of myself but there’s some interesting things about that particular aspect that we’ll get to in a moment.
Jacob: Well, they did the same thing to Jesus, right? When they brought him before, all the Sanhedrins and this and that in Pilate. They had all sorts of like; I don’t know if it says false witnesses but they had come forward make up all sorts of stories.
Timothy: Correct. Let’s go to Psalms 107 verse 8. So, I’m trying to focus in on the good news here because God does work day to day justice. It’s very quiet. You don’t really expect prosecutors stand up and go oh we got this wrong and this person’s being set free. They bury that news. I mean it’ll be a blip on the news and they’ll go, yeah, we’re always concerned about justice so you know when the system fails well when does the system actually succeed? That’s a different question. God does use and put people in prison for a good purpose to redeem them. So, before you get all vengeancy about, oh I want my just dues. My pound of flesh if you know. I think it’s Shakespeare’s play pound of flesh for flesh kind of thing. God does use prison situations so that people cry out to him.
Psalm 107 verse 8. “Let them give thanks to the Lord for his unfailing love. And his wonderful deeds for men, for he sat satisfies the thirsty and fills the hunger with good things.” Jesus said, “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness.” Psalm 107:10, “Some sat in darkness and the deepest gloom, prisoners suffering in iron chains, for they had rebelled against the words of the Lord and despise the council of the Most High.” I’m not against people going to prison. We are looking though at what justice is and what injustice is and that’s what’s important at the moment. But the point is God allows them to be put in prison to suffer really kind of ahead of time being tortured. Because everybody else is headed to hell who’s not a Christian, and they’re going to be tortured in hell.
He just puts a few prisoners in that kind of suffering situation or prison in order that they might repent, in order they might wake up. So, next time you get all indignant about a prisoner being sent to prison. Consider that God maybe loving that prisoner to bring them to repentance. Consider that fact. It says in Hebrews that, “God disciplines those whom he loves.” It maybe the people the Balos and the judge, they’re all free doing their thing no concern for them. They’re going to hell. They’re not going to repent. He’s not worried about them. But he takes some of these prisoners and he takes some of these people that have committed crimes and are willing to admit that they are criminals.
If the prosecutors would be willing to admit they are criminals. If the police who are trained to be expert liars would admit that they are criminals when the things that they do and the things that they tolerate. But they don’t do that. But you do hear every once in a while, prisoners repenting, don’t you Jacob?
Timothy: Exactly. It’s to the weak. It’s to the humble. It’s to those go through the discipline that those few will repent. I can certainly know and name prisoners have done that but can you name police that have done that or prosecutors that have done that or a judge that has done that?
Timothy: Of course not. All the wise and the learned and the powerful in the world, they don’t care about repenting but the prisoner does. Again, verse 10, “Some said in darkness and deepest gloom, God will put them tight in corners, prisoners suffering in iron chains, for they had rebelled against the words of God and despised the council of the Most High.” So, he subjected them to bitter labor. They stumbled and there was no one to help. No one in the justice system is really helping. Those that are helping are actually being cruel. They just don’t realize it. Look at what it says. Jacob, I’ll let you read it because it’s a glorious passage. Psalm 107 verse 13. What’s it say?
Jacob: “Then they cried to the Lord and their trouble, and he saved them from their distress.”
Timothy: That’s a holy scripture full of God’s love in the middle of that discipline then, then after they went through all of that, then they cried to the Lord in their trouble and he saved them from their distress. He brought them out of darkness and the deepest gloom and broke away the chains. Yeah, I want to shout hallelujah. That is our God, that’s who we worship. He is powerful, he does hints of that today. We see it, if you’re paying attention, it may be the quiet in the land, it may be the prisoner set free, but he has a testimony. He can say this is God, this worked here, it’s holy. Satan’s not going to advertise these things. He’s going to advertise how vile they are and beyond hope are. He’s going to and stir up the vengeance. But then they cried to the Lord and he brought them out of the darkness.
What’s it saying verse 15?
“Let them give thanks to the Lord for his unfailing love.” I know of a couple cases where people really just kids and some prosecutor all fired up. And again, I get indignant because the prosecutors all fired up right? And he takes his kid and he puts him in prison. Yet it caused him to cry out to the Lord. So, you get torn. On the one hand, it’s like you needed to have it happen, but woe to the person that it came through. So, this is you preaching praise and repentance at the same time. “Let them give thanks to Lord for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for men, for he breaks down gates of bronze and cuts through bars of iron.” Doesn’t that sound like prison?
Timothy: It certainly sounds like the United States legal code. It’s a bronze. It’s hard. It’s cold. To me, I’ve never found bronze to be a pretty metal. But he cuts through all of that. He gets through the iron. He gets through the bronze and you’ll pay attention sometimes in news. It’ll be a short little paraphernalia or word that says, God let him free. In fact, one prisoner I wish I had a copy of the article. He said, it’s just a God thing. He says, I wasn’t looking to be released. I wasn’t expecting to be released. You could tell though obviously he was in a relationship with God and then all of a sudden, he was freed. And it was just out of the blue. Like I said, I wish I had that. “For he breaks down gates of bronze and cuts through bars of iron.” Get your eyes off of how bad the criminal is. Get your eyes how bad the prosecutor is when it comes to these people and let us rejoice in the Lord that he is a God of justice. He will bring about justice and he will avenge. It is coming. He will bring justice and mighty. As Hebrew says, “It’s a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.” Well, we’re out of time. We’re not going to be able to discuss how Satan thought he had trapped or trapped God legally. So, let’s stop here and we’ll pick it up on the next podcast.
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