The Gallows Principle

25 Feb

The Gallows Principle…

Haman and Isaac Newton discovered the same thing. Isaac Newton discovered that for every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction. Haman discovered the same thing in the Gallows Principle.

Haman was a vain, spiteful, judgmental man. He was furious because Mordecai, a righteous man, refused to bow down to him. He plotted to kill Mordecai by hanging him and built a gallows.

In the end Mordecai was lifted up. Haman was hung on the very gallows he built for the man he saw as his enemy. The Gallows Principle is as sure as Newton’s law of motion.

The gallows you build for others, will end up hanging you. Jesus said, “In the same way you judge, you will be judged.” This affects eternity and every area of your life.

When you judge someone, hold a grudge, or you’re bitter about something – there’s a gallow in your heart. When you curse someone in your heart, there’s a curse darkening your life.

It affects your emotions, health, relationships, family, and the course of your life. Gallows are for hanging. You can’t be blessed until you destroy your gallows. Then the darkness will lift and the dawn will break.

Reference: Esther Chapter 7

Seek to apply this principle, and to sow only what is good and right, godly thoughts, and godly actions.

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,

Ed

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