Saturday, November 17, 2018

What does it mean when it says: " A Man's Heart Plans His Own Way; But The Lord Directs All Of His Steps " - in, Proverbs Chapter 16?

Proverbs 16 [ verse 9 ]....
In Proverbs Chapter 16 [ verse 9 ] the scripture ( very clearly ) states: " A Man's Heart Plans His Own Way [ Indicating His Own Free Will At All Times ]; But The Lord Directs All Of His Steps [ While Pointing Out, That It Is God Who Draws His Attention To All Of Those Ponderable Choices ] ".

After all, if you would then go back and read verse 4, you would also know that: " The Lord Has Made All For Himself [ To Display His Own Glory ]; Yeah Even The Wicked For His Day Of Destruction [ When Everything, Then, Shall Finally Be Settled ] ".

For instance:

And, in The Book Of Joel Chapter 2 [ Rather Than Billy's Own Song Lyrics ], we can ( quite honestly ) read all of the following:
" And, it shall come to pass afterward, that I Will Pour Out My Own Spirit Upon All Flesh [ Whether Or Not They Are Believers In Me ]Your Sons and Your Daughters shall ProphesyYour Old Men shall Dream Dreamsand Your Young Men shall See Visions.

And, also, Upon My Menservants And Upon My Maidservants 
I Will Pour Out My Own Spirit In Those Days [ For They, Too, Shall Need To Know Far More ].
And, I will show wonders in The Heavens [ Even Before They, Actually, Occur ]; and in The Earth there shall be: Blood [ Indiscriminate And Nationwide Killings ], Fire [ To Uproot Those Spiritually Complacent Ones ], and Pillars Of Smoke [ To Demonstrate My True Foreknowledge And Absolute Authority ].

The Sun 
[ Whom You Now, Quite Honestly, Worship ] shall be Turned Into Darkness [ To Display Your Own Utter Foolishness ]and The Moon [ Whom You Now, Quite Honestly, Ignore ] into Blood [ As A Sign Of What Is Now Very Soon In Coming ]before The Coming Of The Great And Awesome Day Of The Lord

And, it shall come to pass that, Whoever Calls Upon The Name Of The Lord [ Should They Be Wise Enough To Now Even Know It ] Shall Be Saved

For in Mount Zion and in Jerusalem there shall be deliverance, as The Lord has said, Among The Remnant Whom The Lord Calls. " - Joel 2:28-32.

The Entire Earth Is The Lord's And All Of It's Abundant Fullness; The World Itself And All Of Those Who Factually Dwell Therein....

You see, dear brothers and sisters, when we read those verses like Psalm 50 [ verses 10-12 ] we must factually understand The True Symbolism That Is Then Being Actually Employed.

The 23rd Psalm is, indeed, very comforting....
For instance, when we consider that: " The Animals Of The Forest " - are those who rend and tear at His Own Herds And Flocks... and, that: " The Cattle Upon A Thousand Hills " - are simply those believers going about their own business of eating and growing fat Upon The Goodness Of His Land... we can finally comprehend The True Meaning Of This Passage.
" For, All The Animals Of The Forest Are Mine [ To Motivate All Of Them However I Please ]and I Own The Cattle Upon A Thousand Hills [ Who Are Even Now Organized In All Of Those Pastures Which I Myself Have Provided ].
I know Every Bird Upon The Mountains [ No Matter Where They Might Nest ]and All The Animals Of The Field Are Mine [ And None Shall Be Taken Without My Own Expressed Permission ]. 
If I Were Hungry [ Or, In Need Of Any True Sacrifice ], I Would Not Tell You [ Since The Owner Has No Need Of Permission ]; for All The World Is Mine And Everything In It [ Can We Now Make Things Any Clearer Than That ]. " - Psalm 50:10-12.
In fact, I'm Just Saying: " It All Seems Black And White To Me "!

But, then again, I understand The Meaning Of 2nd Timothy Chapter 3 verses 16&17.

{ ***NOTE: People are always asking: " Is It All Just: Free Will Or Destiny? " - while never even stopping to consider, ' That It Can In Fact Be Both '... or, as Arlen Faber can ( most certainly ) now tell you: " Free Will... In: Moving Towards And/Or Away From - A Purpose "! }

Ahava and Shalom.

May Yahweh's Own: Love and Peace - be, continually, upon you!


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