Edward Snowden: Sinner or Saint?


The world Рat least that influenced by the United States Рis now focused on the case of Edward Snowden: is he guilty of espionage and/or treason?  Or is he a saint with the assignment of patriotism to expose the sins of government?  Is he contemptible or just another link in the long chain of the shaking global and national crisis?

Amidst the promise of change . . . even a divinity of government and trust, it seems the only mainstream news is that of corruption and threats?  The real threats facing the United States and the world is the global currency collapse, the threats of war and the violations of peace.  There seems to be a dedicated governance of global special interests both sponsored and supported by the super powers and influence peddlers.

“In ancient Egypt Pharaoh was considered divine! ¬†¬† The Pharaoh was central to Egyptian life. He encompassed both the secular and sacred which to Egyptians were one and the same. He settled legal disputes and led the religious rituals that sustained Egypt. The Pharaoh was not only a god-king but was responsible for holding the balance of maat, that was the rule of order over the chaos that was waiting to envelope the world. Maat was the personification of the fundamental order of the universe, without which all of creation would perish. The primary duty of the pharaoh was to uphold this order by maintaining the law and administering justice. To reflect this, many pharaohs took the title “Beloved of Maat,” emphasizing their focus on justice and truth.

As long as king and commoner alike honoured the gods and obeyed the laws set down by them the balance was maintained and all would be well. Should the Pharaoh fail all the world would suffer and descend into the unthinkable state of anarchy.

We should not compare Ancient Egypt with current concepts of culture, law, morality or ethics. Holding a rich civilisation together with its growing population and rising economic prospects and holding off external forces that would love to conquer it was not any easy task. If we keep these factors in mind we will see why civilisations generally and Egypt in particular developed in the way they did.”¬† Read more: “Egypt: Was Pharoah Divine?”

I beg to differ with the last paragraph by Ken Humphries!  Ancient Egypt was exactly like the current concepts of culture, law, morality and ethics.  It was a culture of human pride and self-righteousness enslaving the masses; often through deception, power, force and arrogance.

So, what does all of this have to do with Edward Snowden?¬† Well, nothing in particular but in general in that he is simply the latest profile in the general theme of elements shaking the establishment of the established culture, law, morality and ethics.¬† Ancient Egypt and Pharoah were prideful that they could not be shaken.¬† Even as Pharoah’s heart was hardened to the contrary, he was and Egypt was shaken.

In the Book of Hebrews, summarizing what is also written in Isaiah Chapter 23,¬† testifies, “Whose voice then shook the earth: but now he has promised, saying, Yet once more I shake not the earth only, but also heaven.¬†And this word, Yet once more, signifies the removing of those things that are shaken, as of things that are made, that those things which cannot be shaken may remain.”

Is the correlation is too obvious to be coincidental?  The United States is being shaken: its financial systems, government systems, institutions, culture, law, morality and ethics.  And every Edward Snowden, whistleblower, WikiLeaks pirate and sunshine patriot is adding to the shaking. But not only the United States!

. . . “For thus said the LORD of hosts; Yet once, it is a little while, and I will shake the heavens, and the earth, and the sea, and the dry land;¬†And I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations shall come: and I will fill this house with glory, said the LORD of hosts.” – Haggai 2:6,7.

What’s happening in the world today?¬† Our biblical research finds the world shaking.¬† Tell us what you think.


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