Twin Peaks

There is always one mountain that is higher than the rest, there is also the Spirit, that is higher than the rest, the bigger the power station, the greater the output. There are economies that thrive, there are economies that seem to thrive, but they are not like the rest. A restaurant opens, the man starts small, builds up the trade, eighteen hour days, his family support and work, their toil keeps it alive. Then there are the restaurants that appear to be a business, but are not, they compete with the 16 hour a day owner, who has to struggle to raise cash,while his competitors sail on regardless. The staff in the sixteen hour a day operation, are living locally, they don’t change too often,they are loyal to the boss, while the staff in the seeming to appear like a restaurant, their staff turn over regularly, their loyalty to the owner, non existent. Twin peaks, success seems to be real. Twin Peaks, Spirit seems to be real. What is the point to the story.

Jesus had to overcome the bias of those who controlled the religious rackets that were going on. The priests at the time,controlled access to the temple,commerce in a nutshell, and when Jesus complained, they were using the reputation of God to cheat people, he earned the scorn of those who had the population under control. In a nutshell, you served God, you lived for ever, you served money, you didn’t, amen. Before world war two, and soon after it started, the Nazi party made it clear,what they intended doing to those who disagreed with them, {we don’t need to remind anyone of the horrors}. But once the world got wind of such pending danger, the red cross was invited by the Nazi’s, to come visit a town, they specially constructed, in order to convince the concerned people of the world, that they were treating these concentration camp prisoners,wonderfully, the rest is history.

Where the Spirit of God is at work,blessings flow.When that Spirit is harmed in a serious way, the protection of God walks away, well, since they don’t want that sort of Spirit around, they don’t have their eyes set on eternity, amen.

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