posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 03:07 PM
Originally posted by Dr Love
What would Jesus think of what the celebration of his birth has become? I think he'd be very disappointed in us. I think the whole "peace and
goodwill towards man" thing went out the window decades ago.
Good question. I think, first of all, He'd say:
'You are assigning your empty celebrations to the wrong day. You have the wrong day because it was not revealed on purpose--for I knew you would do
Then He might say:
'What is the cause for celebration, anyway?
Did I not enter the world in no more different a form or manner than any one of you?
I was born into death and you celebrate. Later my death opened the matrix and I became the first begotten of the dead--born first so that you could
then be born, too.
And yet you speak of my death in the same sentence that you talk about sin. Hypocrites! You remain more dead than alive.
The doors of the kingdom are standing wide open. Why do you wait for the key I left in your safekeeping?
Oh ye of little faith, did you not realize that your servitude was over when I removed the shackles of death? And yet your thoughts are consumed more
by sin than about showing love.
Verily I say to you, love is the only christmas gift that every really counted. I gave it to you, and my Father gave it to me.
My commandment I give to you, that my Father gave to me: that which freely you have received you must freely give to each other.
These words are life and love is life.'
Last He might say:
'If you have loved ones, in the mall, bring them out immediately. I am going to utterly destroy it from the face of the earth.'