Thursday, August 30, 2007

Q & A: Chapter I



“Perhaps better for some than others?”


“Come on now. Surely this is a day that the Lord has made for us to rejoice and be glad in: especially after the kind of winter that we have just endured.”

“Yes, this is certainly a day that our Heavenly Father has made; and I really do appreciate it being such a beautiful one. More than most: be assured. For I have been afflicted with rather poor health for quite some time now…”


“There is more than just the weather to consider.”

“Yes, I suppose there is; and from what I’ve heard: you’ve had an awful lot on your mind.”


“Some have even gone as far as to say that you claim to know what the true meaning of life is.”

“Whoa, what all did they say?”

“That was about it.”

“Well, at least it is something.”

“You sound surprised.”

“To put it mildly.”

“What? Isn’t it true?”

“True enough.”

“So, what’s with all of the surprise?”

“That you have heard anything at all about what I have been given to say.”
“I don’t understand.”

“It has to do with feeling like I have been almost completely trapped in a vacuum.”

“A vacuum?”

“Yes, a vacuum. For it has been as if nothing had ever been said at all almost everytime I have tried to speak unto someone about some part of it.”

“In space: no one can hear you scream?”

“Something like that.”

“In other words: you haven’t received the kind of response that you feel like you deserve to.”

“It has nothing to do with being deserving.”

“But it has been very upsetting to you: right?”

“Much unto my own chagrin: I must admit that it has felt much more like a curse than the great blessing that I know that it is.”

“What credentials do you have to present?”

“None that would be recognizable in the eyes of this world as qualifying me to speak with any authority about anything truly meaningful.”

“Wow, that was some answer. Just how long have you have been working on it?”

“It has been with me for a while.”

“And yet you still expect to be heard.”

“The contents of the message are more than sufficient in, and of, themselves.”

“You must be an only child.”

“No, I have a younger brother.”

“And I bet you are still very resentful of losing the full attention of your parents after he came along.”

“Be assured that I would have greatly appreciated losing a lot more of their attention than I did at the time. For they were very strict; but my attitude towards them has been softened considerably since.”

“It’s not easy raising a problem child.”

“No, it is not; but they did as good of a job as they could.”

“Did they happen to mention something or another about it being better to not say anything at all whenever you feel like you can’t say anything nice?”

“They did.”

“Couldn’t that explain a lot?”

“A lot more than what most are willing to even consider (let alone: actually accept). For what could be nicer than trying to help someone find the error of their ways before it is too late?”

“Too late for what?”

“Eternal damnation.”

“You must’ve missed the lesson on what happens when you assume things.”

“The depths of the silence that surrounds me testifies loudly unto there being a great consensus of opinion.”

“Nothing like having a flair for the dramatic.”

“Matters of eternal spiritual life and eternal spiritual death are dramatic.”
“And with such an active imagination added to the mix: deeply disturbed hardly seems like an adequate diagnosis.”

“All the more of a reason for why what I have been given to say compels a response.”

“Everyone would be a lot better-off if they just focused all of their attention on taking care of their own business.”

“If depraved indifference can be accepted as being a criminal offense in the eyes of this world: how much more must it be an abomination in the eyes of our Heavenly Father?”

“It is written: Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest thou also be like unto him.”

“Yes, that would be Proverbs 26:4 in the King James 1611 Authorized Version of our Heavenly Father’s Holy Bible (KJV); and the meaning certainly appears to be quite clear. That is: until you come unto the very next verse of that very same version. For it is also written: Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest he be wise in his own conceit.

“What are you getting at?”

“That the passage is meant to encourage as many as will to want to deal with those who have been deceived with foolish ideas: just not on their lowered level.”

“Anyone can get the Bible to support their own agendas if they are willing to twist things out of context enough!”

“Yes, that is all too painfully true; but one would be hard-pressed to misuse the meaning of James 5:19-20. That is: at least not in regards unto its encouragement of our desires to be of help unto those in need. For it is written: Brethren, if any of you do err from the truth, and one convert him; let him know, that he which converteth the sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins.

“How can you be so sure that others believe that you are in error?”

“Well, if anything about what I have been given to say was considered to truly be of our Heavenly Father: would not anyone in their right-mind want to know and understand everything that they possibly could about it?”

“Do you have any idea just how many there are out there claiming to have special messages from God?”

“Far too many; but does this preclude anyone from actually having such a wonder?”

“For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: and if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.”

“What about the two witnesses who will come during the time of the antichrist?”

“What about them?”

“Will not what they are given to say truly be of our Heavenly Father?”

“Absolutely; but there will not be anything about it that will add anything to, nor take anything away from, what we have been already given in His Word!”

“Neither is there anything about what I have been given to say at this time that is meant to add anything unto, nor take anything away from, what we have been already given.”

“Maybe you’ve just not met the right people? Not everyone is equipped to handle such things: don’t you know?”

“Yes, not everything about what I have been given to say is meant for everybody at this time. In fact: it will not be until the time for the reign of the antichrist before it will be fully appreciated. Nonetheless: there is really no excuse for how much what I have been given to say has been ignored, albeit only in regards unto sincere offers of help. For it is meant for the more spiritually mature; and a lot of my attempted contacts have been with many of the most highly respected leaders of the American Christian community.”

“Such as?”

“Heads of different denominations and independent ministries.”

“But those are some very busy people!”


“Come on now: surely you can’t expect them to put all of the stuff that they are doing on hold just so they can minister to little ol’ you?”

“Whatever expectations I may have are irrelevant.”

“I suppose it is God who expects this of them then?”

“It is actually much more of a desire of His than any sort of expectation. For He already knows who will and who will not.”

“Okay, I stand corrected; but I am also still waiting on an answer.”

“Is this not what the parable of shepherd with the hundred sheep is all about? In all fairness, however: just a tempered relationship with one of their staff, or a trusted member of their congregation, would be plenty good enough at first.”

1 comment:

  1. qoute: “Where we want the line drawn.”

    “What line?”
    end quote..

    Well, the coke line of course. Quick get the strow:P


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