simplify the message so all those receiving the message understand it. Remember, if a person of average intelligence does not comprehend a message, then there is probably something wrong with the message.

Proverbs 26: 24, 25, and 26 explains:

A malicious man disguises himself with his lips, but in his heart he harbors deceit.

Though his speech is charming, do not believe him, for seven abominations fill his heart.

His malice may be concealed by deception, but his wickedness will be exposed in the assembly.

Also, caution must be exercised toward people who promote an immoral lifestyle to others for wealth and power, but they themselves refrain from immoral behavior. In other words, “do as I say, but not as I do”. A clear example of this can be found in the schools, where immorality and tolerance of immorality is taught through sexual education courses. In other subject areas sometimes lies are presented to students as facts. The psychology used here is entrapment where students view immorality as acceptable and thus become ensnared and entangled in a web of sin that becomes difficult to remove. Henceforth, young people begin to agree with evildoers creating misery for themselves and their families.

Evil desires a deceptive and manipulative population. One way to achieve this is through immoral strategies to achieve goals.

Commentary                                               Drugs

Proverbs 11:6 warns of the consequence of immoral habits.

The righteousness of the upright delivers them, but the unfaithful are trapped by evil desires.

For hundreds of years, evil has used drugs to infiltrate areas of the world to destroy populations of people, steal the nation’s resources, and to exert a tyrannical control over the populace in the targeted areas. The rampant availability of drugs both legal and illegal began in the United States during the latter years of the 1960’s. During this time period, many people became susceptible to drug use because of engagement in, and overexposure to, other immoralities that were becoming more prevalent at that time. Today, the society has become saturated in immorality which has lead to an unprecedented drug abuse problem. The current drug situation has allowed evil to continue their agendas of murder, mayhem, and other corruption to achieve their evil new world order goals, virtually unchallenged.

In discussing illegal drugs where there is little or no monitoring of the drug user or supplier, the likely potential for great harm to the individual is clear. The problems created to the person by the use of drugs are vast. Drugs can cause irreparable brain injury and neurological damage. Drug users sometimes have difficulty comprehending information and thus are unable to function normally. Drug use causes a loss of motivation and the desire to achieve, leading to feelings of uselessness that sometimes is