posted on Nov, 16 2004 @ 11:19 AM
Yes, I am a romantic when it comes to Liberty. Not everyone gets to enjoy the same place as my kind do. Being around imperfect people who cannot
rule themselves is a great burden to me. I have no intention of leading imperfect people into paradise. It is not something that is going to
What is needed is a place for people like myself to gather. It is not good that we be spread out over all the earth. That makes us suffer more than
we should. I have no intention to become a civil authority, like Moses. What I have cannot be shared with the masses. Jesus said the same thing.
Christ himself never intimated to the masses, in fact he plainly stated that very few would ever find the kingdom.
1. Those who are a part of the Kingdom, need no fear death or anything else that comes from this world.
2. Why then, don't we join ourselves, since we know one another by our spirits already, and can recognize our own kind immediately? Gathering
ourselves into a community gives us every positive advantage. What do we need to fear for? If we are attacked and murdered, so what? At least we
won't die alone, like we would otherwise have done.
Our kind don't fear death, mainly because we have prepared ourselves for the life to come, rather than this material world. What then, is holding
us back? What do we owe these animals that we dwell around? They only envy and hate us, and seek advnatage over us, and endlessly pester and molest
I have no more business with the profane, nor they with I, I would gather up my brothers and sisters and put ourselves among our own kind.
What can be said against this? I cannot bear slavery and bondage anymore to this filthy world, where every petty man can come and rub his filthy
hands all over me, and speak with his meat-rotten breath at me, when he is nothing but a thief and a deceiver. Let him go live in the cities, and let
us retire to the countryside.
Ask yourselves this, free ones: Do you still love the things of this world? That is the bond you are held with. Only when you are strong enough to
break it can you come with Me.
Christ never invitied worldly people into the Kingdom. He said that only those who were prepared by the Father could receive Him. Kind puts the
modern sense of salvation on its' ear, eh? A careful analysis of your faith is in order, because I am of the opinion that if you aren't already
rebelling against this world and seeking a release from it, then you never will.