reply to post by seentoomuch
Because i did not profess Christ as YOU want and wish me to, does not mean i did not profess Christ.
i will speak according the elements in my
heart, which are according to His will as this is the Heart he gave me... and the heart He gives is for His purpose, in everyone...
He is not my "boyfriend" but my Husband.
We are both 30, with the exception of 3 months and 13 days, in which our birth dates resides in separate years by 1 year, in which He is older for
that time period being 31. By 2012 we both will be 33. Our lives even before our birth were in preparation for our coming together, as generations on
both sides of the family have been placed in proximity of each other to know of each other and begin our union. Generations before and after actually.
Our coming together happened as children, when both of us were developed enough to recognize our love in the other. This was at 15, our first stage,
where in was 1/2 way through our coming together, as at the age 18 we were separated against our will, in order for our understanding individually to
be fulfilled, in order that our second stage at the age of 30 could commence together. And as all things are, there will be a third stage of
fulfillment. But for this to happen, we need our time together as one and alone, in which i am so grateful for. In order that our understanding may
develop in the ways of this world, we both have been previously married. And we both are happy for the understanding given through our experiences, in
that we are able to recognize what is of a truly loving nature, and in such we have no judgement of others as it should be; as this world resides with
a larger majority of marriages failing than not currently. In order to be of help, understanding first must precede...
i do not dance as you state. i simply write according the knowledge that is within me, in which at times may appear as dancing, but if your true
intentions are ones of wishing to understand, then with time this form of writing will be acclimated to, in which understanding will follow. i do
question your intentions... may i ask what they might be?
You have asked questions of me, in which now i ask you a question:
Beyond the understanding that all have come to accept as to the reason of His death in His first coming; being one for purpose of remission of human
sin, have you considered as to the reason why He would do this for us? The most accepted answer to this question on earth is; to allow us the
opportunity to stand in His perfect presence to be judged at the end, for it has been said that nothing less than perfect can stand before Him unless
we have a mediator (Christ) that has taken the responsibility of the less than perfect nature upon himself to afford us the opportunity.
This has been distorted greatly. For there is a larger reason that Christ would die upon the cross (in which many have pointed out that the outcome
was known by Christ, and really was not a sacrifice at all. Which in a higher perspective is actually true. But in an earthly perspective, people
could understand that "dying" was the greatest sacrifice one could make for another, and He did so in accordance to help people on earth further
So, i believe the question would be: Why would Christ, out of personal Love for each person choose to "die" and take the "sins" of the world upon
His shoulders, freeing us? Why would He want us (each individual) to be freed? And what is He freeing us from? Think on a personal level of what holds