In our world today there are many appalling things happening to cause people to show a diverse side of themselves; and in most cases, it can be surprising to their families, friends and outsiders when their violent side emerges to expose what has been living within waiting to come out.
People need to comprehend that violence “does not solve a thing” it simply causes setbacks for those committing the violence and it might end up causing their death, the death of another person, or for them to end up with serious injuries or possibly facing a long prison term for something they did while in a state of violent rage.
Violence destroys and can deteriorate a nation causing it major devastations and bring weakness to their homeland. It can bring hate against various groups of people and destroy a long standing devotion and peace. Violence is an enemy to man they should not allow it to tear down a union of any groups of people; and it should never put one against another because of an inward violence in a person(s).
People should turn from violence and await God’s judgment and condemnation on whatever the decision may convey in problems and situations. Violence can destroy a homeland of many good and honest people and a person needs to elect to allow God to judge decisions that may have been wrongly judged and to keep peace in their homeland.
The Holy Bible, King James Version, and in the New Testament in the Book of Psalms 11:5, it tells people, “The Lord tries the righteous: but the wicked and him that loves violence his soul hates. “
People who react in a violent manner on situations should stop to analyze the situation before acting out in a violent manner. They need to realize that violence has “never” and will “never” solve a problem but their actions can cause other people to become violent too and then there is a major “riot” where people are killed, homes destroyed, businesses ransacked and burned, and a public is in total chaos and out of control.
The Bible in the New Testament and in Hebrews 10:30, it tells people, “For we know him that has said, “Vengeance belongs unto me, I will recompense, said the Lord. And again, The Lord shall judge his people.”
Also, in the Bible in the New Testament and in Romans 14:1, “As for the one who is weak in faith, welcome him, but not to quarrel over opinions.”
Also, in the Bible in the New Testament and in Matthew 7:1 – 2, Jesus tells people, “Judge not, that you be not judged. For with what judgment you judge, you shall be judged: and with what measure you mete, it shall be measured to you again.”
Also, in the Bible in the Old Testament and in Proverbs 3:31, it tells people, “Do not envy a man of violence and do not choose any of his ways.”
People need to analyze their own hearts and souls and judge not but wait upon God for His judgment of those who have done wrong. There’s “never” a good to come out of a “bad!” People need to step back from violence and not permit it to stir within when “they” feel a wrong decision has been made but wait upon God for condemnation.
Barbara Kasey Smith is the writer of this article and it is based upon her own opinion and interpretations taken from The Holy Bible, King James Version and in the New and Old Testaments as indicated in the article.