Dear Cdn Senator Romeo Dallaire,
(Senator for Human Rights in Gulf)
Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
I watched your CBC News interview on April 10th concerning Rwanda revisted, and noted your reference to PTSD people, as one of them who constantly feels the "sorrows" thereof.
I've noticed that all PTSD people have one thing in common: they all feel "wretched". Such is mentioned in the Bible by Paul (of Saul->Paul->Converted Paul) who notably also felt "wretched" in Romans 7:24. Romans 7 also notes the root source of such evil concupiscence (Rom 7 & Col 3), witch notably makes good people feel "wretched", is "another law";
Which is to flat out say their own legalism, and by adherance to "the second" law of Matthew 22: 36-40 law law, which is notably "like unto the first" law thereof. It's law: sin & death; sorrows thereof, being felt by their adherance to another law; Albeit better of good/better law/law, but still "law", not grace; which is to say only better of 3 things (good->better) -> best, or only what's greater of (great->greater) -> greatest. Let us also note only the greatest of three things never fails a test: More excellent: is neither broadmindead nor narrowmindead:
new and living way is neither old and dead nor new and dead.
Point: Grace is neither of two law's in Mt 22 & Rom 8. For the second is like unto the first, is sin and death in Rom 8.
Albeit the better of two laws is what's right of left/right divided heavens; But above such left-right law/law it is only grace us. Hence we learn God in "heaven": "higher than the heavens", is above such left/right law/law on "high" in the "heavens"; And being justified by either law is as being fallen from grace to law law; Means "Christ": "is the end of the law"(Romans 10:4) is "no effect" to you, as is noted in Galatians 5:4. And when Christ is of "no effect" to you, you will feel "wretched".
Problem: wretched, via evil concupiscence another law.
Solution: conversion not law to law, but law to grace.
Conversion not from OT law to NT law, but from law to grace.
Perversion is fr OT law to NT law, results in feeling wretched.
Ask exposed law priests how they feel. They'll say wretched. Ask PTSD soldiers how they feel. They'll also say wretched. The common ground among all such suffers is their legalism. Such have not yet discerned law: "both good and evil": ends evil.
His Grace cannot lie (law) nor die (law).
Law Law does both.
Grace neither tempts(laws) nor can be tempted(lawed).
Law Law: does both.
The GRACE of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.
Daniel Miles currently in Weyburn, Sask, Canada
Founder of www.GodShew.Org
www leader for 'probating' the will of God