Thursday, April 23, 2009

The Worst Procedure

When the leadership turned corrupt, two Godly men, Jonathan and Ahimelech, stayed loyal and tried to do right at the same time. Both were destroyed. Two other Godly men, Samuel and David, deserted, and they survived. And then there was Doeg...

When King Saul sentenced Ahimelech and the other priests to death, Saul's soldiers refused his order to kill them. It was obvious that the priests were innocent of any plot to kill Saul. Doeg, knowing that the priests were innocent, obeyed Saul's order to murder them.

Doeg was what some Christian leaders want--on the outside. He obeyed orders blindly, ignoring the fact that they were wrong. But Doeg's "loyalty" didn't come from Godliness. Doeg had "set up" King Saul to murder the priests, and Doeg's loyalty was the result of evil, not good.

Don't ever show that kind of loyalty to a person. Get fired, get demoted, get slandered, get expelled, but don't ever show that kind of loyalty to a person.

1 comment:

SwampFox said...

I have been trying to figure out how to track you down. Some of the things you have posted here in the last couple of years, as well as on your blog posts on the Friendly were right. No matter how much I wanted to pretend they were not. I would like to 'talk' to you, because I do need to talk to someone about it before I get bitter, and you are about the only person I can trust on this. I have missed 'seeing' you around, and need my Italian friend. Swampfox/Ray