... knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and blind, and naked.
Behold, Christ stands at the door and knocks.
To start with, lets understand that the teaching of spiritualism is to render the subject with a mindset where he feels confident that he is good but is actually serving evil. In this mindset, the subject is incapable of discerning good from evil. He
is not activated to do good and neither is he activated to do evil, BUT at the same time firmly believes that he is good.
Laodiceans, who being neither hot nor cold, believe that they are rich but are actually poor, blind and naked. This is the
condition of apostate Christianity that fails at the end of time to differentiate good from evil in their lives as borne out by Zep 1:12 and Mal 2:17 and is easily deceived by Satan as their Christ.
Often referred to as the three mystic wise monkeys,
they are Tendai-Buddhist of Japanese folk religion with Chinese Taoism origins and ancient Shinto influence. They are Mizaru, covering his eyes, who sees no evil; Kikazaru, covering his ears, who hears no evil; and Iwazaru, covering his mouth, who speaks no
Do the three mystic monkeys do any good? No! Do the three mystic monkeys do any evil? No!
Actually, they are neither good nor evil; BUT the whole world now perceives them as wise ! So, what has infiltrated the eastern mind? It is
wise to neither do evil nor good. This is surreptitious non dual spiritualistic infiltration of the mind through a delightful little story. Please note that both Buddhism and Taoism from which the three mystic wise monkeys originate are at their core nondualistic
and incorporates fusion of polar opposites such as yin yang, good and evil, etc
There is nothing more evil than not wanting to differentiate good from evil. The turning point in being saved by Christ is when in the realization of His infinite love,
we are so moved and empowered to confront our own evil, when the desire of to be one with Christ so overwhelms the sinner that he renders himself to share in that one Way by which sinners may be transformed. When we take our in His death, we are given our
share in His resurrection and life, now and forevermore. By faith in Christ, we are made righteous.