a reply to: WakeUpBeer
Hello again WakeUpBeer - I agree, proof of things is good. For me there is enough proof in the Bible of past prophecy coming to fruition and I can see
prophecy unfolding in the world now. There is enough physical evidence in this world that backs up the Bible – for me anyway. Again, these are just
I completely agree – too many people have twisted the words of the Bible for their own benefit and hidden the truth from those who didn’t have
access to what the Bible said. We can go all the way back in history and prove how the Bible wasn’t allowed in the hands of regular folk, or how
church leaders give a nice Sunday service but don’t reveal all the Bible has to offer. Unfortuantely, there are many church leaders now who have
lost their faith but don’t know what else to do and so they continue to lead their church and the Holy Spirit is missing. This is where personal
accountability comes in. But I believe many people don’t want to know the truth as that means they are accountable and they know how they should be
living but it’s too easy to slack off and be a lazy Christian.
For me I believe the Bible is the word of God, that he inspired humans to write it down. I didn’t make the rules, God did. He created me. So
there’s a lot I have struggled with such as homosexuality. I know God says it is wrong and I have to trust him, but I am not going to judge anyone
on it. I believe it has to be more than just a choice for homosexuals. It’s no different than my own struggle with depression. I didn’t ask for
it, I’ve changed my diet, done this, done that but I can’t seem to make it go away. So I say live and let live. I will continue to love
homosexuals and have them in my life. I am not going to belittle them or say they are evil or wrong. That is between them and God. But yes, I
completely agree with you: “One man’s message from God is another man’s lie from the devil. And I think I understand what God means now when he
warns that not everyone will make it into the kingdom of heaven, e.g. King James 2000 Bible - “And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you:
depart from me, you that work iniquity.”
That sounds like I know I’m going to make it and I do believe I will, but only because I do everything with all sincerity with Jesus at the head of
all I do. And so saying that, even those we humans think can’t possibly make it, well who are we to say? Only God can decide.
My take on the devil – he roams about looking for ways to steal, meaning where do we let him in? If I watch porn tonight I’ll have allowed him
legal access into my life, to wreck havoc. If I don’t pray for protection then I haven’t requested God to intervene. So my thoughts on God are
that he is always watching, always wanting to intervene but we have to request him to. Otherwise freewill is meaningless. I consider it my job in a
sense, as well as a way to stop the devil in his tracks, to pray for everyone I see when I’m out and about. I pray for healing over those that are
visibly sick or seem sad, in the doctor’s office, I pray for God to intervene in people’s lives when I see something on the news or I am wondering
about abused children. This is something I can do, ask God to intervene in other people’s lives that I don’t even know exist. I think that’s
what every Christian should be doing. Not for rewards or my own glory but so that I can act as a conduit for the Holy Spirit to work in the lives of
others and to defeat the devil’s influence in other people’s lives and to glorify God.
I am really enjoying sharing our thoughts on our beliefs. I am fascinated by people that have had faith and then have lost it. And I’ll be honest,
at times I struggle with feelings of doubt thinking am I insane to believe in a being that supposedly made everything and then look at how this world
is so out of control. This world is out of control but God has it all under control. And if we think of time as a human concept then it’s easier to
understand how God is watching over everything and that what he knew would play out is playing out because there is no such thing as time. And at the
time that he deems fit then He will step in. So when I feel doubt I just remind myself that I am a human flesh ball and if I put all the pieces of all
the stuff I’ve looked at over the years and they fit – like a puzzle that is there before us but so incredible, almost too wild to believe. And
the Bible backs it up. I have been studying faith healing and have had good results. Nothing miraculous, but almost miraculous. It is my personal walk
that continues to grow.
About ufos - but first, the candy trail I mentioned, ha, ha - it was my own personal take on what I found - tantalizing tid bits of paranormal goodies
that kept leading me deeper and deeper, and in turn it kept leading me farther away from God. The more I tried to understand the more bizarre it
became and the more frustrating. Once I realized what sasquatch really is (demonic) and how other crytpids behave, i.e.: dogman, then I see the
similarities. They're demons but just a week bit different and I think it's to entice every different type of person and it leads to the same end
I do believe that aliens are demons. Anytime one is having alien encounters and use the name of Jesus they flee. This indicates demonic forces. I
used to wonder how we will be living in the end days, like the days of Noah. How could it be that we would be interacting with nephilim, giants?
Another ATS poster posted a Sid Roth video a few weeks ago, on the Creation topic I believe, and I watched it and suddenly it made sense. These alien
abductions where eggs and fetuses are harvested, medical experiments being performed - sheer terror - demons are messing with human dna, making
hybrids, and this is their way of polluting human dna. And they could be downsizing the nephilim and making them appear as humans but inside they are
not humans. So in this way I can easily see how we can be living as the days of Noah and not even be aware that we are working, marrying and hanging
If I may ask, was your past relationship with God a personal relationship? As I mentioned I used to think God was angry, that he hated me, that I was
a filthy human, yet he created me. I was so confused. I have come to know Jesus as real as any other person I interact with daily. And I see him
interacting with me in the way he answers my prayers and communes with me. I don't think anyone can know him unless they have that intimate
relationship. I only ask because I have often wondered about people who have given up their faith to one of non faith.
Well I hope that all made sense. I lost my writing half way through and I have a doozie of a headache and can't seem to do anything right today. I am
going to go and have a nap. It's been a pleasure sharing thoughts with you.
edit on 27/3/15 by ccseagull because: typos