Take for instance, when a president does not say anything when his people are killing indiscriminately, he will be judged later for not doing anything because it was his position to stop the killing. Because Aaron was more the public speaker, God had appointed him into that position to help Moses when facing the crowd. Rather than assume his position and play his role, he abandons it or stays aloof. Aaron would have assumed his position of addressing the people while Moses spoke to the rock. With Aaron not saying anything, Moses spoke in his poor communication skills. In the face of evil, there is no neutrality; either you are with God, or you are against Him; either you build or you scatter.
Jesus judged the same action with the servant who buried his talents (MT 25:14-30). Just like the servant, Aaron was trying to play it safe not to offend the people. Just like Jesus shows that the servant was judged because of his self centeredness is the same way Aaron gets judged. Aaron was judged for staying quiet so that he will save his face with the hungry and thirsty Israelites. It was a tacit endorsement because, "He that does not object, consents by staying quiet."For example; if you see people acting racist, but you say nothing, you are actually a participant in their evil. If you see people who are stealing from the government, but you say nothing because it is not your business, you are actually a participant, according to the Lord. Edmund Burke once said, " The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."
Therefore, God will not be indifferent with modern day Christendom that sits and watches how God is being taken out from our schools, and they say nothing. Satanism is forced down to the masses, and the Christians say nothing. Your silence may be politically correct, but it may not be good to God. You must remember these verses:
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