Believe it or not, we are going back to Jackson, Wyoming.  They are calling our return, “The Second Coming!”  Brilliant, simply brilliant – such scorners and mockers.  Just like the picture below, it demonstrates the narcissistic behavior of those who are surrounded North, South, East, and West, by themselves.  The young man posing for this picture shows a blatant disregard for the children Brent Blue “chooses” to kill.  If his momma had “chosen” to kill him and used Brent Blue as the instrument to do the butchery, he wouldn’t be posing for any pictures.

The shallow and vacuous reasoning of man left on his own without God or any standard but “what’s right in his own eyes” is the door opener for social Darwinism.  This is Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  Survival of the fittest baby!  Yeaaahhh!  More from the fit and less from the unfit.  Leave the weakest and most helpless to die.  They’d only be a drain on “the herd” anyway.  The animalistic folks in Jackson learned all of this from their great friend and “god,” the Elk.  The Elk always force the weak or sickly outside the protection of the herd to die or be devoured by wolves.

Have you ever noticed that there is a difference between man and the animals.  Though it has become increasingly difficult to distinguish that difference in Jackson Hole, the difference, nevertheless, does exist.  A wolf doesn’t feel guilty when it kills.  The herd doesn’t feel guilty when it leaves the weak and helpless to fend for themselves.  The herd is never friendly to outsiders.  The strong live and the weak die.

Talking about the weak and the least Jesus said, “…whatsoever you have done to the least of these my brethren you have done it to me.  … whatsoever you have not done for the least of these my brethren you have not done it for me.” Matthew 25: 34-46.  Why are we concerned for the weak when animals are not?  Because we are created in God’s image.  We can’t escape it.

His law, no matter how eroded over time, is written on our hearts.  We know instinctively that we are our brother’s keeper.  We know that we are to care for the weak and helpless, even at the cost of our own lives.  We know the wrongness of the mantra, “My rights, my body, my choice, I do what I want whenever I want, and my one commandment is, ‘Don’t judge me!’” 

God’s law is built within us.  It makes us feel guilty because we are guilty.  Guilty of leaving the weak and helpless to die while we try to assuage our guilt with songs, margaritas, lines of cocaine, ski slopes, boyfriends, girlfriends, psychiatrists, money, fame, education, ad nauseam.  None of which can satisfy the deepest longings from within our very being.  Only Christ can do that.

So we are coming back to Jackson, Wyoming, with the very same message that we brought the first time.  It is a message of hope.  There is no pit so deep that Jesus is not deeper still!  Oh, and you thought it was all about Brent Blue, little knowing that our return is really all about you.    ~ Flip

Here is the story via…A very favorable article.  Make comments if you would like.