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Sunday, 10 January 2010

ON “THE” MISSION TO SAVE…ONE SINNER @ A TIME…



Can we prove/disprove the existence of anything that falls outside of our knowledge and experience? Suppose someone says that God gave them a message for you or they have information on what happens to you after you die. Because messages from God are currently unknown to science and knowing what happens when you die isn’t a common human experience, can persons that come with these messages REALLY help and/or save us?

Right before the New Year came in; I was approached by a lady that came to wish me all the best for 2010 and beyond. As I sat @ my desk watching the time wind down, I saw her approach everyone touching them on their shoulders or taking them by the hand. So when she got to me, I was like this is going to be interesting…Interesting in that I couldn’t shun her because she has been there for a LONG time , is surrounded by MANY others that are just like her and me being ONLY a temp that’s looking for a job, I couldn’t avoid her. She took my hand, told me that God told her that he is opening MANY doors for me in 2010 and that I shouldn’t worry. Now I knew she was right about that (will blog about those things later), but the thing that got me is that she started to speak in tongues and get the spirit. I was like okay, can she give me my hand back now? After she did, and went onto the next person, I noticed that she told the EXACT same thing to person next to me and the person next to her. So I thought to myself, this woman is just like one of those psychics that give everyone that general information they seek when they come in contact with them. I mean it is a new year and we all are looking for new and good things to come our way so…Moreover, the last time I checked, she and I are both flesh and God and I weren’t mad with each other so…

Now just last Sunday as I was putting the finishing touches on last week’s entry, there was a knock @ my front door. As I made my way there, the knock got even LOUDER. Now I thought okay this person REALLY needs to see someone in this house. So as I looked out my window, I noticed it was 2 ladies with tracks in their hands. I smiled because I LOVE when they come to my house! They said good day and told me that they came to share some information with me…I was like okay shoot! So she held this track that was titled WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU DIE. Now me being who I am, I asked her, “if I die after reading this track, will I find the information in it to be true?” she paused and then said well it is the same thing that’s in your bible…Well you know that tickled me because I don’t believe in the book that was written by men inspired by God. So I relayed that message to her and she and the other lady with her got a puzzled look on their faces. They being Jehovah Witnesses put them a little lower than your average Christians in my book…I mean she couldn’t even say YES I AM SURE THIS DETAILS WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU DIE! So if that’s the case, how can she base her knowledge on the bible if she cannot be sure of what’s inside its pages?

These women ONLY further my belief that the existence of THEIR GOD can be disproved, unless they are omniscient across all dimensions of possible existence…and CLEARLY, they are NOT omniscient. Therefore, their claims of messages and information don’t sway me @ all. They ONLY further my belief that religion is uniquely armored against anything that might stop it from SAVING you and me. I’ve written MANY times that religion is not only mistaken, but does more harm than good; and situations like this is why I feel this way.

I can hear the chorus already. "But not all religion is like that! Not all that say they come in God’s name should be placed in that category! But if the proof is emphatically NOT in the pudding, what should I think? Since they come with intent that religion is armored against criticism, questioning, and self- correction, can they lead me to a place they are not that sure of?

I could accept them coming to me with invisible beings and inaudible voices, but knowing these folks like I do, I know that their proof is coming form prophets and religious leaders, who supposedly hear these voices and are happy to tell them what to say. I know MANY would say that letting go of religious doubts is a liberating act of love. They would further tell me that the idea that religion operates in a different realm from the everyday world, and it's unfair to hold it to normal standards of evidence. But I would rather be rude AND intolerant if that means they can’t save me because they don’t have that power NO MATTER HOW THEY BELIEVE THEY DO!

9 comments:

  1. I have read alot about the saints and their life and I tend to believe in the miracles that are attributed to them. With that said - it makes me a believer. But religion as we know it it skewed - many people don't understand it and there are some who exploit it for money, fame and politics.

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  2. You very nicely put down the very essence of why I no longer believe in any organized religion. I don't want to be saved by a priest, or pastor, or rabbi or whomever. As far as I"m concerned our task is to find God within each of us. I don't thing that God cares that I fuck men - from my point of view there are a whole lot more sinful crimes (think Hitler, think Southern Sheriffs, think Dick-head Cheney) than what I do. Besides, all of us would be stoned to death for eating shrimp - shellfish - if the Bible were interepreted literally. So I'm not all that bothered about going to hell. After all it's just a continuation of life, isn't it? If it exists.

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  3. TGK, I can see doors are getting open for you in 2010. you're working hard enough to make that happen, buddy!

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  4. LOL What can I say. But I wonder what you think of me now (do u have an opinion? & can u share that with me?)& what your opinion of me will be once we meet?

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  5. Alright, I don't speak in tongues nor do I go around being a 'fortune teller' or preaching 'the word', but I do believe in God & see things when I'm sleeping (which happen in real life). What do u think about that?

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  6. Hey babes. Can u delete the comments I made today? I've just read the response you left me from last week's post. I don't think my comments today are appropriate. And I will from now on adjust my opinions accordingly.

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  7. STEVEA – THAT’S MY ISSUE WITH RELIGION…

    SCOTT-TAY – WE COULD SO LIVE TOGETHER! HOW ABOUT WE START A CHURCH?

    EDUARDO – THANKS BUDDY…WE MUST MEET FACE TO FACE IN THIS LIFETIME!

    MISS SHALLOTTE – BABES MY OPINION OF YOU WILL NEVER CHANGE, I WISH THAT YOU WOULDN’T BE SO HARD ON YOURSELF WHERE MY BLOG IS CONCERNED…I’VE TOLD YOU BEFORE AND I WILL SAY IT AGAIN, YOU ARE ONE OF THE PERSONS THAT I WILL NEVER LOOSE CONTACT WITH…

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  8. Yeah buddy, it must be in this one, cause if I'm a rat in the next one it's gonna be embarrassing...

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