Provoking Can Start Wars.
PROVOKING OTHERS IS LIKE A DISEASE IN THE BODY OF BELIEVERS, BLACK SPOTS & WRINKLES, THERE IS NO CURE UNTIL WE STOP INGESTING THE RUBBISH THAT IS CAUSING THE ITCH. DO BELIEVERS REALLY UNDERSTAND THAT IT IS BAD BEHAVIOUR TO PROVOKE ANOTHER? WE SHOULD BE SPEAKING SWEET PSALMS OF LOVE TO EACH OTHER.
What do you think? Can the body achieve correct turah behaviour and stop their provoking ?
There are all sorts of doctrines floating around believers today. Many believers think they have the right by Turah to "PROVOKE OTHERS TO RIGHTEOUSNESS." They have been told by their teachers that they can provoke non-believers and speak to them as sinners. Being given this right to behave in such a manner (especially to the Jews) is so destructive. Here is the meaning of provoke: verb: stimulate or give rise to (a reaction or emotion, typically a strong or unwelcome one) in someone. "the decision provoked a storm of protest from civil rights organizations" synonyms: arouse, produce, evoke, cause, give rise to, occasion, call forth, draw forth, elicit, induce, inspire, excite, spark off, touch off, kindle, generate, engender, instigate, result in, lead to, bring on, contribute to, make for, foster, promote, breed, precipitate, prompt, trigger. antonyms: allay. stimulate or incite (someone) to do or feel something, especially by arousing anger in them. "a teacher can provoke you into working harder" synonyms: goad, spur, prick, sting, prod, egg on, hound, badger, incite, rouse, stir, move, stimulate, motivate, excite, inflame, work/fire up, impel, pressure, pressurize, prompt, induce, encourage, urge, inspire "he might be provoked into making remarks he'd regret" deliberately make (someone) annoyed or angry. "Rachel refused to be provoked" synonyms: annoy, make angry, anger, incense, enrage, send into a rage, irritate, infuriate, exasperate, exacerbate, madden, pique, nettle, get/take a rise out of, bother, upset, agitate, vex, irk, gall, get/put someone's back up, get on someone's nerves, ruffle, ruffle someone's feathers, make someone's hackles rise, raise someone's hackles, make someone's blood boil, rub up the wrong way, put someone out.
Provoking people with this modern day meaning, instead of understanding the Scriptural meaning, CAN ACTUALLY CAUSE WARS! This is the type of ignorance that is floating around in the body of believers today. It is actually being taught as fact which is so far from the truth. It's Hollywood being mixed with truth again and we should stay far from this behaviour. Actually "Turah Truth," tells us that OUR GOOD BEHAVIOUR IS THE PERFECT EXAMPLE THAT WILL PROVOKE (ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO RIGHTEOUSNESS). Many times our good behaviour is usually of a much effect than provoking with words.
BROTHERS & SISTERS PLEASE DON'T START WARS - POSTING TO PROVOKE OTHERS WILL ALWAYS COME COME BACK ON YOU ! As you sow, so shall you reap. Provoking others is bad behaviour and does not line your behaviour up with the Turah.
By Chris Hilton . . .