Do Not Lay Blame

God, there are so many bad people in this world. Why don’t you do something about it?

Do not lay blame at the feet of your enemies or mine. Look instead for the why of the situation. The root is the beginning for all. When the seed is strong and nurtured, the plant bears good fruit. If it is weak and ignored, it withers and dies.

This is how it is. A criminal was not born a criminal. They were not fed and nurtured spiritually and therefore kept in the dark. When this happens, it leaves room for the enemy to step in and take control, twisting and distorting.

If you look at someone with accusations in your eyes and judgement on your heart, you will not see what that person needs. You must look to their beginning and the wounds they endured along the way.

Please do not doubt that I am working for all my children. I have given them you, and you them. All of my children are to look after each other. I have messengers throughout the world, and you are one of them. Not all my works are seen, but they are many through the earth.

Also, you must forgive them and pray for them that they are restored to the light and the spirit. This is not always easy, but it is required of you. Love those you believe are unloveable.

It takes many to raise a child, and many children require more than what they currently have. If you look with open eyes and an open heart, you will see them. Feed my children and nurture them. Show them what kindness, love and compassion look like.

You are all my children, and I love you. Through my son, I have charged you to look after and love one another. Please do not become complacent and look to lay blame when someone does wrong. Help them understand why their acts are wrong. Explain what could be done instead and offer to help them.

Be a living example of love embodied by spirit. Teach them to shine so that they may know true happiness and peace. If you cannot, then you should turn your gaze inward. Find your light and shine it outward. You are part of my response to the enemy.

Understand that there is more to someone than just what you see. Their acts may hide the hurt that lies within. They may lash out to hurt others because they are hurting. Heal the hurt and ease the pain; that is the path, my child.

The next time you see someone struggling and conflicted, ask, not what I am doing, but how you can help. Look for a solution based on love and please do not lay blame or point fingers.

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Published by Leslie Dobson

Leslie has been writing since she was a young child, first with poetry and short stories and later with song lyrics, young adult stories and inspirational sayings. She is a multi-genre author and her blogs and books come when and where the Spirit leads.

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