You and I cannot escape the hand of the Shepherd. No one can deceive God. Only a fool would think that he is the exception to the law, that he can escape the all seeing eye of the Lord.
Likewise, we are blind and ignorant if we think we can play with the poisonous snakes of life without getting poisoned. Alcohol, drugs, pornography, etc.
The Law of the Harvest works for all of us, whether we like it our not, and whether we believe it or not.
Listen to this great fable and learn these wonderful principles.
The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing.
“A wolf resolved to disguise himself in order that he might prey upon a flock of sheep without fear of detection. So he clothed himself in a sheepskin and slipped among the sheep when they were out at pasture. He completely deceived the shepherd, and when the flock was penned for the night he was shut in with the rest. But that very night, as it happened, the shepherd, requiring a supply of mutton for the table, laid hands on the wolf in mistake for a sheep, and killed him with his knife on the spot.”
Hah! He got exactly what he deserves.
There are a few principles in this fable.
You know, you may deceive the sheep – and in this case, he deceived even the shepherd a little bit- but you cannot escape from the hand of the shepherd.
A great principle hid between the lines of this beautiful fable. In other words, you cannot hide from the hand of the Lord and you cannot deceive God because he knows everything. Only an ignorant fool would think that he is the exception. That he can play with the fire and not get burned.
If pick up the stick you will simply get the end of that stick as well and that’s the consequence of your choice. You cannot escape it and you cannot believe that you are the exception.
Another great principle from this fable is that you get what you deserve. Mistreating or deceiving people won’t end up with great results.
Let’s be not self-serving,
Let’s not seek our own interest,
Let’s seek out the good of all,