posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 03:37 AM
True dat, we are, take a look around you, we are all very very very dumb.
The Bible is 90% inspired by God in my opinion, maybe 85% inspired, maybe 93% inspired,
but it was written by the master of the universe's hand chosen prophets, they were weak men,
they knew little, but they obeyed and wrote down what God inspired for them to write, some
were better at speaking, writing, some were bad at it, but all in all the message can be seen,
Jesus spoke in parables because he wanted only the spiritually awake to understand, this has
two main purposes in my opinion, to help the ones that need it, to not condemn those who if
were exposed to it and continued to reject it would be sinning a greater sin, but despite all of
this sin Jesus did in reality die willingly. He saw it all beforehand, there were witnesses who
literally died on similar crosses standing up for their witness that he did resurrect and ascend,
Jesus didn't show his resurrected perfected self to non-believers, because again, he didn't want
them to sin a greater sin by rejecting him in that state, that is how wicked the people were at
the time, and there are people just as wicked today.
The reason the Bible isn't 100% inspired anymore is because over the hundreds of years
(mostly the Catholic church, on purpose and on accident, added and took away from the
sacred texts), some guy in a robe can't know what is God's word or not without communicating
with God, they voted, just like most politicians vote today, they didn't ask God what they should
take out or add in, the process was void of the Spirit. But enough of the inspired work survives
today, take it or leave it, knowing and denying is a much greater sin than not knowing and denying.
They say the unpardonable sin is denying the Holy Ghost, but I believe only God can know if
one has committed that sin, according to the Bible those who were named perdition committed
that sin, two I can think of are Judas and Cain, Judas had first hand witness of the Spirit, he was
with Jesus the master of the universe, he had a testimony in Jesus, he denied it for 30 pieces of
silver, he felt so bad about it that he hung himself on the land that he bought with that silver. Cain,
he had first hand witness of God, Adam and Eve even though they didn't see God anymore they
could occasionally hear his voice tell them how to offer sacrifice etc, Cain knew the Spirit first hand
but he rebelled killed his brother and became the first son of perdition.
Jesus lives, search your feelings luke, you will know it to be true. I know it's true by using a sense
similar to what I would describe as feeling 'the force', may sound corny, but it's a gut feeling that I'd
rather die than deny.