It is an error for the Christian to be in support of that or those who are not in support of the work of GOD in humanity which is predominantly to reinstate the value of creation into the composition of humanity – by faith.
it's also important to state that it is the Christian thing to imitate...to destroy the wrong hierarchies especially those who have no GOD in them. It's the Christian thing to do...destruction of evil for the creation of good is the Christian thing to do.
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'…
Such words as “Religion”, “rites”, “ritual”, “revenge” to name a few. I feel these words – and more like them – are they which should not be comfortably descriptive of the Christian. They come with their unrefined notions and unwanted baggage. Anyway, permit me to rephrase your latter verses in this first chapter as the Conservatives' Creed: Eight Lovely Christian Notions the World Hates.
BOND 289 This is an incomplete spoken-word poem (an impersonation): I’ve fallen/ I've sinned/ I've grinned at sin/ I’ve sinned and grinned/ (I’ve) been weaned but sinned. I've fallen/ I've risen/ Again, I hope to begin/ but being human is sick if I don't live, meek/ I have owed morality a great debt/ I’m shallow-minded … Continue reading RE: What Have you Done?
Why do I say all these? To glorify the work of sin? Never! I say this so you'll understand the gloom that comes with being guilty of sins from simply thinking of sins.
They are not satisfied with the Promise of GOD, the patience of HIS Word and the Reaffirmation of HIS undying love for all humanity even though we hurt HIM with our sins – purposefully or unintentionally. They want more but they want more for themselves. To them, heaven can wait; from them, depart.
Well, the truth is (your) faith in GOD is not rewarded solely by the absence of pain but profoundly in the presence of it (pain).
If I lose my name, if I lose my Fame, if I lose the pain, the joy, the aim or my shame. If I lose my throne or my anguish. If I lose the praise of men, the rays of hope, the trust; not truth, the beauty, the radiance, the wealth, the health, the isolated … Continue reading The Gain of My Loss