They hate the light for some reason.
And they run and hide every time the light is turned on.
The thing about cockroaches is this.
You need to hunt out their nests and take care of the source or they multiply.
unfortunately the church is being overrun by cockroaches.
Dirty beasts that hate the light of scripture.
I will on occasion use a good commentary to study my Bible with.
I enjoy Matthew Henry's Commentary.
Here are a few of a couple insights by Matthew Henry.
Eph 5:11"11 And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. "
"Sinful works are works of darkness: they come from the darkness of ignorance, they seek the darkness of concealment, and they lead to the darkness of hell. These works of darkness are unfruitful works; there is nothing got by them in the long run, whatever profit is pretended by sin, it will by no means balance the loss; for it issues in the utter ruin and destruction of the impenitent sinner. We must therefore have no fellowship with these unfruitful works; as we must not practise them ourselves, so we must not countenance others in the practice of them. There are many ways of our being accessary to the sins of others, by commendation, counsel, consent, or concealment. And, if we share with others in their sin, we must expect to share with them in their plagues. Nay, if we thus have fellowship with them, we shall be in the utmost danger of acting as they do ere long. But, rather than have fellowship with them, we must reprove them, implying that if we do not reprove the sins of others we have fellowship with them. We must prudently and in our places witness against the sins of others, and endeavour to convince them of their sinfulness, when we can do it seasonably and pertinently, in our words; but especially by the holiness of our lives, and a religious conversation. Reprove their sins by abounding in the contrary duties. One reason given is, For it is a shame even to speak of those things, "