The aria is unfinished, the notes are being wasted, the melody of Christ's love has gone flat because we have forgotten Him, forgotten His words, and, most of all forgotten how to love as He asks!
Without realizing it we have played right into the hands of satan by empowering our children, empowering the media, empowering the abortuaries, empowering the lust mills, empowering the militant homosexual contingent, empowering the legions of the devil's disciples by our sins of omission!
In her fourteenth installment, Cyndi Cain is moved to caution all as to how we've let down our part of the bargain, so to speak, with the Communion of Saints.
Society, over the last forty years or so, has become satan's pawn now more than ever. Cyndi illustrates how long gone are the days where roles were defined simply, as God defines the role of man and woman. Long gone are the days when "children were to be seen and not heard!" Today, it's the child that is always heard, and the parent is somehow, inexplicably found to be the one in trouble because how dare we deny our child anything!" She explains how our sins of omission have become the conscience of today, and that is to say a conscience, individual as well as collective, that is distorted by satan, who has provoked these sins of omission to run rampant.
Abortion and homosexuality have become the norm because of our sin of omission. Hollywood and Madison Avenue control our kids because of our sin of omission. But all is not lost as Cyndi, through the grace of the Holy Spirit shares ways we can take back our values and virtues. It's not easy, it will take a long time. But we need to start now, first in prayer, then in firm action as we climb the rungs of right and reason by allowing God back into our lives, by giving ourselves to Him and taking back our families and family values...society be damned. They will be if they continue on the path to hell and we wouldn't think anyone with any sense wants to be on that course. Therefore, you will find her article this week very interesting, enlightening and encouraging.
For her column, Why have we omitted the sins of omission? , see SYMPHONY OF SUFFERING.