Sexual immorality has, on many occasions, contributed towards the general destruction of numerous individuals and families. In ecclesiastical history, debauchery has resulted in the delusion then the destruction of many kingdoms and societies. In hindsight and with the facts presented in previous Chapters: we can safely deduce; all is not well in this hedonistic society!
Our investigation has exposed some of the friction between Benjamin Folger and Matthias: now, it’s time for us to delve deeper into their agreed arrangement. Ann Folger has revealed her feelings towards the manliness of Matthias, along with comparing them to the childlike characteristics of Benjamin, her legal husband. In her passionate sexual immorality, Ann has forgotten her previous Christian lifestyle. Driven forward by her desires, it’s her emotions that have helped continue her delusion. Unable or unwilling to subdue her passions for Prophet Matthias, Ann continues fulfilling her physical and spiritual desires at the expense of Benjamin, her husband. From all the evidence available, Matthias knew that he could not keep Ann Folger by the threat of cursing: we quote. ‘Curses only served to subdue the spirit of Mr. B. Folger, and perhaps allay his passion by the creating of fear, lest he should really be opposing Gods anointed.’ Living in fear of earthly and heavenly retribution, Benjamin is confused and concerned. He is a double-minded man, undoubtedly torn apart physically, mentally, and spiritually within the fabric of his family, friends, and business associates. As a man, Benjamin is in Ann’s eyes, acting like a boy. In his confused condition, all the evidence indicates that Benjamin wants his wife Ann back by his side however, there is a problem, and the problem is the character of the double-minded Benjamin.
We present information from public domain documents that are almost two hundred years old. This vitally important information is presented in Bold Blue Text. All the blog statements are from the book entitled Sojourner-Truth Matthias & Smith Clash of the Prophets. Warning. The blogs and the book are rated at sixteen years and above.