posted on May, 16 2013 @ 12:49 PM
THOSE WHO WOULD CALL THEMSELVES RELIGIOUS MAY BE IN FOR A VERY RUDE AWAKENING SOON.
JUDGEMENT COMES NOT THROUGH ATTACHMENT TO CORRECT FAITH. NOT THROUGH PERSECUTION OF THOSE CONTRARY TO THE 'RIGHT' GOD. OR HOW MUCH MONEY YOU GIVE
IT WILL BE BY PURITY OF HEART, AND GOOD WILL FOR FELLOW MAN. PLAIN AND SIMPLE. NO CHURCH, NO GOD, JUST DEEDS AND ACTIONS.
THIS IS HOW THE SECOND COMING WILL JUDGE HIS PEOPLE. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. PIOUS MAY FALL. PURITY WILL STAND.
Book of Simon
Darkness will always be darkness
There is only one evil though its forms are many
Light will also always be light
Just as the sun shines upon us all
The goodness and virtue of light
Can be felt by all men
Does the window from which a sunrise is viewed
Change the light brought to those who view it?
Does the suns glory shine any less by how it is seen?
Does the dawn any less end our darkness of night
Than to our neighbour devoid in faith?
Is its light not a gift for us all?
We all struggle through adversity of darkest night
So too are we all met by mornings embrace
For even a blind man knowing only of darkness
Can feel the warmth of the suns arrival
And know it shines also for him
For darkness can never hide the light
It can always be felt even when it cannot shine
For darkness cannot exist without the light
For is it by lights absence that dark is born
Just as shadow cannot exist if not born in light
But light can never be born of dark
Light will always shine through
The smallest flame will light the blackest of night
For darkness can never cover light
Dark retreats from notice where sun does shine
But for all to know the grace of dawn
All days must welcome their night
But even as the sky sets and gives to darkness
It can never be said to be of lights defeat
For what we know daily as the darkest hours
Be also those which shine upon fellow man
Many seeking answers ask;
“Why must we know such darkness in life?
Who can be said to love those they allow to know such pain?”
To them I say;
“Without having tasted lemon, could you still say sugar sweet?
If we were not to know hard work, could reward still hold meaning?
It is through knowing the bitterest this world has to offer, that we learn to appreciate the sweetest of bitters.
And by such distinction, see true height given to the measure of our joy.
A wise man is delivering his stock to market down a long and unforgiving road, when he comes across two men outside a small town taking shade from the
heat by the roadside. One man is heavily burdened by provisions to see him safe upon his journey, the other is light of such a load.
The wise man greets the men as he approaches; “good day to you both. I carry a great load as you can see; but I can seat one of you for my journey
to the markets in the south.”
The man light of load approaches and eagerly addresses the wise man; “I am expected in haste only an hour by your grace to the west of the markets
of which you speak. I have much coin with which to reward any who could see such a journey fulfilled.”
The Wise man acknowledged his request and then turned to the man arriving to him late by weight of his pack. “And where is your destination my
Having heard his fellow travellers offering the humble man conceded; “I have no coin with which to ply your pocket. My journey lies east of where
you find trade, but I will not see your business suffer by its course.”
With this the wise man made his decision and spoke; “Then it is with you seeking east I shall arrive to market.”
“with your assistance I can see my trade concluded swiftly, and in kind I shall then see you east to your journeys end.”
grateful of this offering, the humble man removed his pack and flask of water. Concerned for his safety, he made offering of these to his fellow
traveller, only to have them regarded angrily.
He turned to the wise man and asked; “Old man, I offer to pay you and yet you see me stranded? Why would you choose this man over me?”
The wise man replied; “but you are not stranded. Though your journey may be longer and harder, you have all you need to see its end. I gave grace to
this man for the same reason he presented to you his flask and pack. For this is a man who knows the pain and hardship that may lie along such paths.
He has accepted the costs of such a journey and seen himself ready to meet them. This is a man who has already learned the lessons this road has to
teach and is respectful of their virtue.”
“You appear before me blind to such dangers. So concerned with your destination are you, that you pay no heed to its course.”
“On a road like this you, devoid of man and all his comforts; your coin is of no value. When you thirst by journeys day, can you drink of your
coin? When the cold of journeys night embraces you, will your coin keep you warm?”
“Through all the lessons this road presents; what your fellow traveller offers freely, is of more value than all the gold of man