Pressure Makes Diamonds


As water reflects a man’s face, so does the heart reflect the man.
Next to sound judgment, diamonds and pearls are the rarest things in the world.


Before I get into the three issues at hand here, I want to say that this is PART OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER!
The Holy Spirit impressed upon me how this is the objective of the elite.
Saturate our world with images, sounds and lyrics are prime examples of how they are changing people’s faith!
The Eye
The most common phrase about the eyes is; “The eyes are the window to the soul.” And according to the Bible this is point on!
The things which we see, if not careful, can manifest in our hearts and minds, then eventually turning into actions.

It’s so true that the people we see on a daily basis can affect us as well. If their belief system is not in sync with ours…it’s a danger to ours.
The Ears
The ears soak up more than you realize, and this is also true for the eyes. Like a sponge, a child soaks up everything they see and hear which gives them their foundation of morals and integrity.

I recently told a few mothers which I work with that even though they feel like what they say to their children travels in one ear and out the other, it does remain. The subconscious obviously inputs these words and stores them in your long term memory bank. Because now my children and grown and they tell me they can hear my voice when they discipline their children, telling them all the things they are now repeating.

The tainted music we hear is a clear message of programming. Music can lift us up or tear us down depending on the melody and lyrics. The music videos combine the programming to be twice as effective! Be aware of what your children do.
When giving advice of this sort, please understand that what we hear shapes our thoughts, decisions and actions into the next generation.

The Mouth
The New Age movement are keen to suggest that ‘what you put out into the universe will manifest itself’. This is such a dangerous territory. It reminds me of the saying…”KARMA”. Their is no such thing as karma. The Bible is specific when it says, “You reap what you sow”.
A friendly reminder: “Think before you speak”.
Between the Parable of the Sower, then Parable of the Mustard Seed…which is symbolic in itself…we have:


Filled with significance and truth….otherwise known as the Parable of the Weeds:

Parable of the Wheat and Tares
Matthew 13:24-30
Jesus Christ knows us all, one by one and none left out. But, you have a choice! Will you side with the flesh or let it die and progress in spirit?
The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field. But, incognito…while the man slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat. When the grain sprouted and produced the crop…the heads of the tares reared their ugly heads.
Jesus Christ is letting the tares run among the wheat, because He is patient. He is forgiving. He is merciful.
You see, He doesn’t want to burn the bundles until they’ve been given full freedom of choice. But, what happens if they don’t chose Him?
He cannot gather them now, lest He pull the good along with the bad.
We must grown together until the harvest.


The sower sows the word-
The seeds falling on the road represent those who hear the word but dismiss it straight away – the synoptics state that the wicked one (Matthew’s wording)/Satan (Mark’s wording) is what takes the word away
The seeds falling on the rocks represent those who hear the word, but only accept it shallowly – the synoptics state that these sorts of people reject the word as soon as it causes them affliction or persecution
The seeds falling on thorns represent those who hear the word, and take it to heart, but allow worldly concerns, such as money and cares of this world, to choke it.
The seeds falling on good soil represents those who hear the word, and truly receive it spiritually, causing it to bear fruit.


The secret of the kingdom of God has been given to you, but to those on the outside, everything is said in parables so that they may be ever seeing but never perceiving, and ever hearing but never understanding.

“I will open my mouth in parables, I will utter what has been hidden since the foundation of the world.” (Matthew 13:35)
The Sower and the Seeds (Mark 4:3-9; Matt 13:3-9; Luke 8:5-8)
The Grain of Wheat (John 12:24)
The Weeds in the Grain or the Tares (Matt 13:24-30)
The Net (Matthew 13:47-50)
The Seed Growing Secretly (Spontaneously) or The Patient Husbandman (Mark 4:26-29)
The Mustard Seed (Matt13:31.;Mark 4:30-32; Luke 13:18)
The Leaven (Matthew 13:33; Luke 13:20)
The Budding Fig Tree (Matt 24:32; Mark 13:28; Luke 21:19-31)
The Barren Fig Tree (Luke 13:6-9)
The Birds of Heaven (Matthew 6:26; Luke 12:24)
The Flowers of the Field (Matt 6:28-30; Luke 12:27)
The Vultures & the Carcass (Matt 24:28; Luke 17:37)
The Tree and its Fruits (Matthew 7:16; Luke 6:43-49)
The Weather Signs (Luke 12:54-56; Matthew 26:2; Mark 8:11-13)
Master and Servant (Luke 17:7-10)
The Servant Entrusted with Authority or The Faithful and Unfaithful Servants (Matt. 24:45-51; Luke 12:42-46)
The Waiting Servants (Luke 12:35-38; Mark 13:33-37)
The Laborers in the Vineyard or The Generous Employer (Matthew 20:1-16)
The Money in Trust or The Talents (Matthew 25:14-30; Luke 19:12-27)
The Lamp (Matt 5:14-16; Mark 4:21; Luke 8:16, 11:31) and The City Set on a Hill (Matt. 5:14)
The Body’s Lamp (Matthew 6:22; Luke 11:34-36)
The Discarded Salt (Matt 5:13; Mark 9:50; Luke 14:34)
The Patch and the Wineskins (Matthew 9:16; Mark 2:21; Luke 5:36-39)
The Householder’s Treasure (Matthew 13:52)
The Dishonest Steward (Luke 16:1-12)
The Defendant (Luke 12:58; Matthew 5:25)
The Unforgiving Official or The Unmerciful Servant (Matthew 18:23-35)
The Rich Fool (Luke 12:16-21)
The Wicked Vinedressers (Matthew 21:33-41; Mark 12:1-9; Luke 20:9-16)
The Two Builders (Matthew 7:24-27; Luke 6:47-49)
The Two Debtors (Luke 7:41-43)
The Hidden Treasure (Matthew 13:44)
The Pearl of Great Price (Matthew 13:45)
The Closed Door (Luke 13:24-30)
The Doorkeeper (Mark 13:33-37; Matt 24:42)
The Thief in the Night and the Faithful Servants (Matthew 24:42-51.; Luke 12:32-48.)
The Strong Man Bound (Matthew 12:29; Mark 3:27; Luke 11:21)
The Divided Realm (Mark 3:24-26; Luke 11:17-20)
The Unoccupied House or The Demon’s Invasion (Matthew 12:43-45; Luke 11:24-26)
The Importunate Neighbor (Luke 11:5-8)
The Son’s Request (Matthew 7:9-11; Luke 11:11-13)
The Unjust Judge or The Importunate Widow (Luke 18:1-8)
The Pharisee and the Publican (Luke 18:9-14)
The Sulking Children or The Children in the Marketplace (Matthew 11:16-19; Luke 7:31-35)
The Arrogant Guest (Luke 14:7-11)
The Bridegroom’s Friend (John 3:28)
The Bridegroom’s Attendants (Matthew 9:15a; Mark 2:18; Luke 5:34)
The Bride’s Girlfriends or Ten Virgins (Matt 25:1-13)
The Tower Builder and The Warring King (Luke 14:28-32)
The Wedding Feast or The Unwilling Guests (Matt 22:1-10; Luke 14:16-24)
The Wedding Garment (Matthew 22:11-14)
The Rich Man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31)
The Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37)
The Prodigal Son or The Loving Father (Luke 15:11-32)
The Two Sons, The Apprentice Son, and The Slave and Son (Matthew 21:28-32; John 5:19-20; John 3:35)
The Lost Coin (Luke 15:8-10)
The Lost Sheep (Matthew 28:12-14; Luke 15:4-7)
The Shepherd, the Thief, and the Doorkeeper (John 10:1-18)
The Doctor and the Sick (Matthew 9:12; Mark 2:17; Luke 5: 31)
The Great Assize or The Sheep and the Goats (Matthew 25:31-46)

Lastly, I believe we must go through the fire (tribulations of this world) to be cleansed. This combined with the relationship with GOD, through HIS Son, Jesus Christ allows us the right to be presented before the throne.

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