posted on Sep, 4 2008 @ 03:37 AM
You are incorrect, She prayed that in the past tense their actions become God's will.
There is an extreme difference. If God is on your side, you can do no wrong!
If God in the past tense makes your actions rightious, then there is no longer any right or wrong.
Whatever you do becomes the will of God! This is a far more dangerous doctrin than believing you are doing God's will! Doing Gods will binds and
limits your actions to some doctrin.
The words are subtly different but the meaning abolishes all reason. You can choose to do anything, and God will transsubsantiate the water of your
actions to the wine of his blessing.
There is much to fear in this outlook!
The speeches at the DNC reminded me of the Third Reich. There were strings of dialectic non-sequitors, Something good about your candidate, paired
with something bad about the other candidate, strung together without reason or logic. Good, bad, good, bad, good bad.
Like a machinegun, too fast to consider. Too fast to think about, all chanted in a recognizably religious sort of way. All shouted rapidly so a slower
mind could not filter the illogic of it.
Innaine babbling shouted with enthusiasm, and anger. Disjointed rhetoric blended with cult like hero worship. Praise and condemnation repeated over
and over with any ties to reality slurred over with emotion and agression.
I don't think people realize yet what is taking place before their eyes, but the light of reason is growing dim.
Listen again to that line and see for yourself is she asked for the actions to become rightious in the past tense?
I no longer believe she was just selected capriciously. There is something far more sinister at work here. I wonder what religion these people really
[edit on 4-9-2008 by Cyberbian]