posted on Oct, 22 2015 @ 01:25 PM
It was hard for me to continue further than the 3rd page.
How boastful and arrogant this generation has become.
I will try to be as reasonable as possible, but let me tell you, I am filled with frustration that so many people are so arrogant and boastful and
argumentative and rebellious to anything good without even understanding it.
You should read the Bible first before you make your judgments! Actually read it. Actually get it.
That being said, let me entertain you.
Yes, what Jesus did was completely selfish. It was His selfish desire to see all of us cleansed so that the Father would accept us through His Name.
It was His selfish desire that we all should worship Him because that would grant us eternal life. Did you not read? Satan offered Jesus all of the
kingdoms of the world and Jesus refused! Why? Because He knew that though the world belongs to Satan, Jesus can save it from Satan.
But you see, there is another aspect you're ignoring, and actually a thousand more.
Jesus was not born with all knowledge. Jesus was a man, and also God. Just like if you have Irish parents and French parents, you are both Irish and
French. Some will relate more to one ancestry and some to another.
But to have the seed of God as your part in your soul... it's obvious who Jesus is going to relate to more. But that doesn't mean that He didn't at
all relate to the man because He clearly did.
He forgave the worst of sinners and even converted them for His cause. He put down those authorities that exalted themselves in their hearts and
thought to themselves, "We are the children of Abraham, to whom God's promise is made!" God's intent was to prove to them that one should be a child
of the promise and not a child of Abraham, for that blood means nothing. John the Baptist said it best when he said, "Think not to yourselves "We
have Abraham as a father", for I assure you that God can raise children of Abraham up from these stones." I imagine the gesture.
Why do you choose to be so ignorant?
Jesus had to learn. In the Bible we are told that Jesus learned much and that He waxed strong in spirit. Therefore, because of his man part, He was
not fully aware yet.
He became fully aware after studying His history and comparing it to the Scriptures and combined also with prayer to His Father, who was obviously
revealed to Him by both His mother and His Father.
Do you not think in terms of other individuals? You demand that Jesus is to have a heart, but you have no heart of your own? Can you not see the
boy, the man?
And you also say that God gave the sacrifice over and that it was His work, and therefore Jesus could not have chosen. And yet, Jesus did choose also
to obey. Notice how Isaac obeyed his father when he raised the knife. How ignorant will you choose to be in favor of your arrogance?
Please forgive me if I seem mad, but I am, because the man who saved me is being attacked for exactly that suffering He endured. How can I not be
He saved me! Because He came and was like me, and saw like me, and thought like me, and felt like me, and feared like me even - I am able to believe
Him! Of course, when I read the story, I knew immediately it was real. I knew immediately that I was reading about someone that was human. I knew
that everyone's idea that this was some fairy tale was foolishness from people who had never read because that man suffered in many ways the same way
that I have. It was undeniable that this was truth because suffering was described EXACTLY AS SUFFERING ACTUALLY IS.
So many of you blind yourselves with your self importance and you mask your self importance with your notions of the pains of other individuals whom
you truly do not care about because if you did then you would not belittle the pains of even one man, including Jesus.
How people are so easily fooled of themselves!
You mock and ridicule just like the Roman soldiers who spat in His face in ignorance, not knowing that their actions towards Him were a part of His
plan for SAVING THEM.
And maybe your spit here is also purposed to that intent. Maybe you are guided by what you do not know and this will cause you to consider and no
other action would have caused it.
Consider more also: If it was through sin and through the sacrifice of Jesus that we are cleansed of sin and reconciled to God in a way that is
greater than if no sin had been committed in Eden, does this also justify sin? No.
Jesus became sin for us. That means that He became UNJUSTIFIED for us. But you see, because Jesus is God and is also the Judge, therefore, Satan has
no foothold on the Lord of Heaven and Earth. Satan can persecute, but not ever prosecute, the Creator of the Universe, though He may try. And that
is exactly what Satan's intention is: To prosecute and to impeach God so that he may have the throne of the kingdom of God.
That throne will never belong to him. He knew he lost when Jesus came back to life. He thought he won there for a few days. God was silent.
Then He was not.
How foolish some people can be.
This is no magic trick. This is not a talk about mantras or energies or any esoteric garbage. This is not a treatise about how it is okay to do harm
to others as long as they are infidels. This is not some morbid list about how to serve one's self.
It's simply the history of a man who was born of God to die for all of us so that we can be free from the prosecution (though not the persecution) of
Satan, the accuser, who accuses so that he can attempt to make God feel as though His plan is failing so that Satan can prove himself upon the throne
and enact his form of government.
Of course, Satan has been allowed to enact his form of government upon the world. God has allowed him to take charge to prove how his government
easily fails. "If you think you want to rule the universe, try earth alone. Let's see what happens. But if you cross the line, I will come." Of
course, it should be expected that a devil will cross the line.
Also consider that God is like a man with an ant farm. He knows where our homes are. He can see through both sides. He knows how to take care of
us. He knows the number of us. So when his spoiled brat child called Satan says, "Dad, I can take care of that ant farm better than you, you're
being an idiot!" Then He says, "Okay. Go ahead. But if you kill my ants, I will punish you."
And so He shall.
And then the man's good son comes to him and says, "Father, I would like to go and take care of that ant farm, but brother won't let me have it. What
should I do?" And His Father says, "Go and take care of the ants when your brother is turned away. When he turns towards you, continue to feed the
ants. Whatever harm he causes you while you do this, do not fight back. That boy is your brother. Just do as I say and I will give you the ant farm
because you love it and wish to take care of it."
The Father said this knowing that His bad son will attack and prevail against His good Son.
Why not stop this? Notice how the Father did not tell the Son why He was sent, but He knew beforehand when He created the ant farm to whom it should
go and when it should go and all things that should follow.
Because the good Son will save all of the ants because the bad son will be proven wrong. The bad son will kill an innocent in his rule. God is
right, and the Son reigns.