Did Ed Snowden do the right thing?

keith smith klsmith2020 at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 10 16:17:36 MDT 2013


I think if one reads the Word of God, one will be able to tell right from wrong and therefore the will of God.  This is were it gets fuzzy for me.  I think on several occasions I have been prompted by God to do something.  When I saw my current house I knew it was mine.  I felt it in my spirit.  I had asked God to direct me to the right house.  I am more certain than ever today.

Knowing God is a life long struggle. I do not fully know God's will.  I do not think anyone can know.  All we are able to do is read scripture, pray and ask God for guidance and do our best and hope for God's blessing.  This seems to work for me.

I think we must all judge.  If you do not you will go down the wrong path.   


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Keith Smith

--- On Mon, 6/10/13, Matthew Frederico <mfrederico at gmail.com> wrote:

From: Matthew Frederico <mfrederico at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Did Ed Snowden do the right thing?
To: "Provo Linux Users Group" <plug at plug.org>
Date: Monday, June 10, 2013, 3:07 PM

>
>
> Right he would not.  So whatever he tells me to do must be righteous.  God
> will never violate His word.  Read the Bible.  Therefore He would never
> tell me to rape or murder.  Whatever he would direct me to do would have to
> be righteous so I would follow.
>

How do you know that right now he would not?  How are you privvy to the
mind and will of God? <ducks for cover>


> If I heard a voice that said otherwise I would know that would be the
> voice of the devil.
>

Judge not - lest ye be judged .. My biggest personal fear is not that the
God or the Devil would appear before me, but that I would not recognize
either one.

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