THE NARRATIVES OF “THE WORLD” AND “THE WORD” (Part Three)

For the world, Noah was a mad man who thought it would rain when all we've ever had was dew; for the world, Abraham had to be very stupid to set off at dawn with the aim of obeying an unseen voice commanding him to sacrifice the child he waited over seven decades for. For the world, Jacob had to be very desperate if he thought his experiment with the sheep would actually work; or Joseph who let down a juicy affair in order to please 'GOD'…

THE NARRATIVES OF “THE WORLD” AND “THE WORD” (Part Two)

PART TWO: THE EMERGENCE OF TWO SIDES BOND 313 DiSClaImeR If you feel attacked by the content of this BOND, then perhaps you are being attacked... The Dilemma of Perfection Therefore, from pride and disobedience, from rebellion against truth and GOD comes the expulsion from life to death and into the depth of the suffering … Continue reading THE NARRATIVES OF “THE WORLD” AND “THE WORD” (Part Two)

THE NARRATIVES OF “THE WORLD” AND “THE WORD” (Part One)

The consequences of these awful beginnings always lead to the victim-syndrome. For example between humans and GOD, the victim-syndrome insists that GOD is wicked to allow the wickedness of humanity evolve. If there is no irony in the free will-request for free-will to cease to exist, I don't know what is. So this is where we began and after this, the defect of wickedness in (hu)man erupted as high as the sky.

Enough

The goodness and kind measures of GOD are seen in HIS decision to grant you mercy for your messy life and that hurts you even more; salvation cracks your conscience with the mutual undeserving defect. You know if you were GOD, you would not let you live but somehow you live and that haunts you: in apprehension waiting to see if this time, GOD would refuse to accept your refuse for a body – as sacrifice – and embody the devastation of judgement upon that very persistence flaw.