this clause of the Conservatives' creed, James implies that the Christian is the person who is sensitive to words and the vessel through which words come forth into the world. The importance of this is, the determination of the state of the heart which is…
James, your words are not meagre. Their implications come with heavy deductions and this is why I fret reading them at times because the moment we know a thing, we are guilty if we don't act to stop said thing from prevailing against GOD-in-us and GOD-with us.
When we doubt and have no faith, we are just like this: looking for solution and not the progression to that very solution. Faith calls us to be partakers of the vision to action and not the search for action without vision. Truthfully, without faith, we are flying blind.
In the declaration, "men are scum", we have, in ourselves, an ellipsis of reality that we are all helpless and in need of saving; that daily, we groan with all creation, waiting to be annexed for the good that we were made to be. We say that there is more to all these that we find joy in and only if we could reach for that one thing. In saying we are scum, we are asking to be cleansed…
While I’m not sure the flesh would hardly resist satisfying itself, I'm pretty certain the spirit is often ignored and the soul, tormented, in those moments of sins – secret and sedating. You can say this is a declaration of the internal war. For sin to happen, there is war among your members.
The voice of the Messiah is persistent but not violent; it is consistent but not impudent; it is resilient, it is pertinent, it is a commandment to know, obey and to follow.
The role of the prophets were: to keep the hope for the Messiah alive; ensure that the sculpting by the law was in effect; and warned against leaving GOD which is the greatest evil to be committed. Yet the duties of the prophet are beyond this list but the emphasis of this bond is the role of the prophet to give a description narrative of/to the Messiah.
The highest crimes of humanity are to break the continuum of creation, to upset the expectation of the creator, to distort the Balance of other creatures and then to deny there is a creator all together and refute that other creatures are in danger by doing this.
The need for the Messiah rises for the remission of sin which pays us our harvest of death; for the purpose of mediation – reaching back to the creator to be repositioned as representatives of HIS Will by the prowess of dominion; for reconciliation by which there can be no true mediation; for liberation from the evil nature of separation from GOD – which has been our end ever since we put an end to our lives in GOD.