posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 07:21 AM
I have watched Mr. Wommack for years, and have learned much about God's incredible majesty and all the ways He has left open for us to wonder about
and even approach Him. It can't be by accident, believing as I do, that He is real, and more than that, eager for everyone who has a heart to come
Just as I don't pour poison all over my garden, knowing I will kill the good along with the "bad," God also planted a huge world here, full of
living things that, according to the Bible, He was so sad about destroying, that He said He would never flood the world like that again, killing every
living thing. That shows His tenderness, and why it's so wrong to think of Him as a monolith, a tyrant, or an unfeeling statue.
That's why we don't often ask for what we need, thinking He is impersonal, against us, or too great for someone like us.
All those with a heart are His. He makes Himself available to all of us at all times, through the Holy Spirit, and even draws near to us, calling our
heart to life and making us wonder about Him, pray (reach out and acknowledge) Him.
How could we talk to Him in the first place without a mechanism (prayer) to calm and center ourselves to focus on a different part of ourselves, and
then perceive Him there, as if a doorway in time and space opened a channel of communication on a deep and metaphysical level.
He is complex and the creator of all the complexity around us. Surely He is the Master of it all.
He also knows the world will drive us to our knees at some point, or we are not aware at all, and therefore not His. All of His will eventually, at
some point in life, be exposed to the truth, to the machines of the world (socially, politically, health care, military, etc.), and if we have a
heart, will certainly feel like it's the end.
It's then that the doorway between Him and us is also opened, and He feels mercy for our pain and confusion. Having nowhere else to go, we can and
should go to Him.
He strengthens and calms us, and makes us able to handle the truth. Then we go right back into it, and see it ever more clearly.
In all that, there is no way His children, those with a heart (past, present or future), will not be closer to Him, since He is the one who draws
close to us.
Whether we know or not, He is showing His love by not letting us be destroyed just by the knowledge of how awful this world is, and how outnumbered we
I think whether we communicate with Him or not, our strength to endure is all coming from Him.
People with hearts are His. They are worth everything to Him. Those without hearts (we all know some), as awful as it is, are that way because they
are the children of the evil one. They are not tender or empathetic.
Hell does not scare them. They don't care about anything because they have no heart. They are not like us. The thought of suffering is a good
thing to them, the suffering of others. Being ruthless, they do not suffer themselves, but instead take action. They do this to empower themselves,
not to improve a situation for ethical purposes.
Ethics are only an illusion to them. Going to Hell is not a bad thing to these, and again, they are people without a heart. We experience them in
life, but God knows each and every one.
These are the ones that need to be in Hell. If we knew one, that the whole world could see, then we could all agree on it.
Perhaps Stalin? Pol Pot? If there was only one like Hitler, wouldn't a human in Hell be necessary?