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“He who is not with Me is against Me; and he who does not gather with Me, scatters.
Luke 11:23

Child Protective Services does not gather with God. I guess you could call them scatterbrained. The Message Bible cuts to the chase on this verse: “This is war, and there is no neutral ground. If you’re not on my side, you’re the enemy; if you’re not helping, you’re making things worse.” CPS certainly qualifies as having the heart and brain of a scatterer who makes things worse.

I am now 30 posts into this area of study. I had intended to go through all four gospels and document everything that jumped out at me in regard to CPS being in opposition to the teaching of Jesus. It is time for a radical change in the process.

CPS is bad because its foundations are wrong. There is no point in trying to reform it. It does not support God’s rules for child rearing, therefore it is anti-God and an antichrist. It does not gather families in a redemptive, gracious approach but scatters them.

Child custody cases constitute at least a third, and in some jurisdictions half of all civil litigation. (Alvare) Can you say “Love of Money?” This provides work not only for the obvious lawyers, judges and courthouse staffing, but also for psychotherapists, mediators, counselors, social workers, daycare centers, and more.

(F)amily dissolution breeds a host of societal ills for government to solve. Virtually every major social pathology, from violent crime to drug abuse to truancy, is directly attributable to family breakdown and fatherless homes more than any single factor, surpassing race and poverty.
(Blankenhorn)

Every time CPS damages a family, they broaden the breeding ground for social pathologies. The utensils they use are right out of the devil’s toolbox: Lies, deception, and fear.

CPS is heavily infiltrated by two closely related spirits: radical feminism and witchcraft. Radical feminism is generally understood. Witchcraft needs to be defined, however, because I am not talking about a Harry Potter fantasy. Witchcraft, in its basic definition, pertains to power that is not given or delegated by God which is used to control another person. It is the use of illegitimate authority to manipulate another person.

I am changing the focus of this Bible study series to explore this area more fully. Future posts will follow a different format.

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THE MESSAGE: The Bible in Contemporary Language Originally published by NavPress in English as THE MESSAGE: The Bible in Contemporary Language Copyright © 2002 by Eugene Peterson.

Alvare, Helen. “Types and Styles of Family Proceedings,” Report of the United States to the XII World Congress, International Association of Procedural Law, 2003.

Blankenhorn, David. Fatherless America, 1996; ISBN-13: 978-0060926830

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36 And He was also telling them a parable: “No one tears a piece of cloth from a new garment and puts it on an old garment; otherwise he will both tear the new, and the piece from the new will not match the old. 37 “And no one puts new wine into old wineskins; otherwise the new wine will burst the skins and it will be spilled out, and the skins will be ruined. 38 “But new wine must be put into fresh wineskins. 39 “And no one, after drinking old wine wishes for new; for he says, `The old is good enough.”‘
Luke 5:36-39

Jesus was actually explaining that the Kingdom of God would be expanding. Gentiles would be grafted in to the Jewish root and some accommodations would need to be made to hold the new wine.
CPS, however, is not God. Even so, the rules of “spiritual physics” still apply. To adapt the truth of this parable, one must realize that God’s ways are good, and when CPS tries to force God’s wine to fit in with their godless worldview of the family, it is destructive.

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24 Jesus said to them, “Is this not the reason you are wrong, because you know neither the Scriptures nor the power of God?
Mark 12:24

One would be hard-pressed to state how Child Protective Services opposes the teachings of Christ more succinctly than that!

CPS does not regard the family as God’s creative plan for child-rearing. They are all about evolution and believe that the family unit was an adaptation to preserve and distribute meager resources in a subsistence level society. In today’s culture, they believe that outsourcing is more efficient and gives children the opportunity to develop more highly advanced social skills at an earlier age. In other words, they think daycare is good for kids and parents alike. It is supposedly good for kids because they can be reared by “properly trained” child care providers with ample supervision. It is supposedly good for parents who need an emotional break from their kids to keep from becoming stressed out. Hogwash!

Daycare is actually a very unstable environment with many people constantly coming and going. Enduring, permanent attachments are not formed, and children are exposed to serial relationships at an early age. It is a petri dish for contagions. There is little “down time” for a child to reflect on experiences without having them interpreted for him. There is less opportunity to explore one’s creativity when confined in a group.

The parents’ priorities and schedules are rearranged by the demands of other people and entities who have different and often godless value systems. Parents do not get to personally oversee the shaping of their child’s worldview as is taught in scripture. Only rarely do parents have the fresh moments of the day to share with their children. Far more often, the “quality time” had to be fit in when the parent, child, or both are exhausted.

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42…Ye know that they which are accounted to rule over the Gentiles lord it over them; and their great ones exercise authority over them. 43 But it is not so among you: but whosoever would become great among you, shall be your minister: 44 and whosoever would be first among you, shall be servant of all.
Mark 10:42-44

Let’s put this verse into the American vernacular: “You’ve observed how godless CPS workers throw their weight around,” Jesus said, “and when people get a little power, you’ve seen how quickly it goes to their heads. It’s not that way in God’s kingdom. Whoever wants to be great there must become a servant.”

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5 But Jesus said unto them, For your hardness of heart he wrote you this commandment. 6 But from the beginning of the creation, Male and female made he them. 7 For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife; 8 and the twain shall become one flesh: so that they are no more twain, but one flesh. 9 What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.
Mark 10:5-9

This is an obvious one today folks! CPS often encourages divorce. In fact, ripping families asunder and pitting one parent against another is Standard Operating Procedure.

I heard a socialworker claim that putting one person against the other helps him “get to the truth.” He is a degenerate idiot.

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“Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe to stumble, it would be better for him if, with a heavy millstone hung around his neck, he had been cast into the sea.
Mark 9:42

Commentator John Gill took a slightly different perspective on the “little ones” this verse:
“Christ is not speaking of little children in age, who are neither capable of believing in Christ, nor are they ready to take offence; but of such as belong to him; his disciples and followers.”

If he is right and age restriction is removed from this verse, if “little ones who believe” refers to little in might and power rather than little in age, then CPS is in huge trouble. This interpretation also helps to explain why the thrice-repeated refrain from Isa. 66:24 about being thrown into the unquenchable fire of hell where their worm does not die is used at the end of the paragraph.

If the little ones who believe are the minority of parents who are raising their children in the fear and admonition of the Lord, (cf. Ephesians 6:4,) then CPS is messing in a covenant relationship. Of course God is going to take that seriously! When CPS breaks up a covenant relationship that is not already broken, they should expect the wrath of God to fall on their day of judgment.

Gill, John. “Commentary on Mark 9:42”. “The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire Bible”. . 1999.

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Forfeiting Souls

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“For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world, and forfeit his soul?
Mark 8:36

Five verses earlier, Jesus is explaining to his disciples about what is coming up next. Peter does not like the way God is doing things and tells Jesus this privately. That instigates the comeback that everyone remembers, “Get behind Me, Satan!” He then summons the rest of the disciples and the crowd and begins expanding on how man’s interests are not the same as God’s interests. Jesus takes this directly to the focal point of the eternal consequences.

Most CPS policies are based on man’s interests. Many are forfeiting their souls because of it. Lamentably, they take others with them.

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