Can Two Walk Together Unless They Be Agreed?
Patsy Shelton
Nov 5, 2003

Amos 3:3, 3 Can two walk together, except they be agreed?

My people are watching as I separate the holy from the unholy. For surely as I live, saith the Lord God, the line has been drawn. What does light have to do with darkness? And as I reveal and expose the hearts of men My people will find that there are those that they will no longer be able to walk with.

Yes I hate sin, but love the sinner, and so it must be with My people. But, there are those that will find that there are some that they will not be able to continue in relationship with. I pose the question again, “Can two walk together, except they be agreed?”

Yet, I am not speaking about those that have had personal disagreements between the brethren, and there is unforgiveness. These are not the circumstances that I am speaking of. But, rather I am speaking of those that walk contrary to My ways, and My word. Even this is being unequally yoked.

I speak of those that gossip, criticize, and judge. Do you not know that it is as much sin to listen to gossip as it is to speak it? It is sin to criticize and judge. What does righteousness have to do with unrighteousness? Just as a root of bitterness defiles many, so do those that gossip, criticize and judge. I bid you this day to come out from among them. There is no love in these actions, only malice.

I am joining together those with like hearts and like spirits. A people of integrity and those that walk in the fear of their God. A people that will walk circumspectly before their God. And the fellowship between these will have a fragrance that is pleasing in My nostrils.

Watch, take heed, be cautious about your relationships, and the joining of your hearts. For when hearts are joined together, they each partake of not only the good but also the bad. It is purity that I am searching to and fro in the earth for in the hearts of My people.

Just as I have drawn a line in the sand, and just as I have taken a rod and am measuring the temple, the altar, and those that worship therein , so must My people do also with regard to their relationships. Be not unequally yoked, but be joined to those with like hearts and like spirits.

This is not a matter of judging others, but this is a matter of discerning what is righteous in the sight of their God, and what is unrighteous. I bid My people to come out from among them for two cannot walk together unless they agree.