So what exactly IS spiritual negative and positive energy anyway? While it applies to all aspects of our daily lives, it primarily applies to ministering and discussions involving the Scriptures. Have you ever heard the saying, “Negativity breads negativity.”? Well, it’s true and energy is not just a “New Age” or Scientific term. What is the world and everything in it made up of? Energy. We know that it cannot be created or destroyed and energy, whether it be negative or positive can affect you whether it be in a physical or spiritual form.
When it comes to ministering or discussing the Scriptures, if you start to see you’re going around and around with someone that is when it is best to agree to disagree and move on. Having further contact with that person will dilute you with negative energy and if it’s bad enough and the negative energy dilutes your teardrop to the point that it is clear, gray or black, you would not be raptured. You have to know when to be silent and when to speak. This is spoken of many times in the Bible.
“a time to tear and a time to sew; a time to be silent and a time to speak;” Ecclesiastes 3:7 (HCSB) When you are going around in a cycle of debate, be wise and become silent.
“Therefore, the wise person will keep silent at such a time, for the days are evil.” Amos 5:13 (HCSB)
“So he kept asking Him questions, but Jesus did not answer him.” Luke 23:9 (HCSB)
Why didn’t Jesus answer him? He didn’t answer because Jesus discerned the man’s intent. They were going to go around in circles trying to trip him up, because they had no sincere desire of the Truth that he spoke to the masses. He did not want to take in negative energy by communicating with him. His choice was to remain silent.
“Do not repay anyone evil for evil. Try to do what is honorable in everyone’s eyes.” Romans 12:17 (HCSB)
If you continue to heatedly debate someone rather than shaking the dirt from your feet as a testament against that individual, you are then considered as repaying that person “evil for evil”. That causes the negative energy to come back upon you. This Scripture also has a dual meaning, in that you should not wish evil upon an evil person. It goes back to shaking the dust from your feet. This symbolic action is testimony you have finished with that person. To go any farther is to bring negative energy upon you.
“Do not be conquered by evil, but conquer evil with good.” Romans 12:21(HCSB)
How can you be conquered by evil if you are good (positive energy)? Because among many of Satan’s tactics, he can keep you attached to negative energy long enough to alter the color of your tear-drop. You conquer the evil negative energy by discontinuing contact. What does light have to do with darkness? Nothing. They are opposites. They do not mix.
“Don’t say, “I will avenge this evil!” Wait on the Lord, and He will rescue you.” Proverbs 20:22 (HCSB)
Where do you say that at? In your heart. You seek to avenge those that counter your faith in Christ. But is it right? What happens when you continue to try and counter after you have given the Judgment? You start taking in their negative energy. You have stayed to long. Your tear-drop has changed color. So, who will avenge the controversy over the Truth? Who will be your rescuer at the Rapture and take you out of this wicked world?
“For we are making provision for what is honorable, not only before the Lord but also before men.” 2 Corinthians 8:21 (HCSB)
When ministering, or discussing the Scriptures you must act in an honorable fashion before Mankind because you represent Christ, whom you act honorable before also. As his minister you are representing him in an honorable way. Christ would not continue to debate those that are vile negative energy. Keep in mind that negative energy feeds off negative energy. The moment they begin feeding off of you, you’d better do a tear-drop color check of your own self.
“Don’t give what is holy to dogs or toss your pearls before pigs, or they will trample them with their feet, turn, and tear you to pieces.” Matthew 7:6 (HCSB)
Using that figuratively, he meant don’t continue to give the truth or your pearls of precious knowledge and time to negative energy. Once you know they have a wall of negativity up, you must move on from them. If you don’t, they will “tear you to pieces” by filling your tear-drop with negative energy in the process of trying to get them to see the light. Jesus knew it was futile to try and do so, and would harm you in the process.
Debates and arguments that take place outside of ministering or discussing the Scriptures will also affect your teardrop but not to the same extent. That energy eventually dissipates. But, to be on the safe side and because we never know when the Rapture may happen, it’s probably best to stay away from all kinds of negativity. As I said, negativity breeds negativity. Surround yourself with positive people and in doing so; you surround yourself with positive energy. This is another meaning in “Guard your Heart”. When you guard your heart, you guard your teardrop and you also walk in the footsteps of Christ.