Stupidest thing I read Today

Pools of Bethsaida

[sheep market]


Sometimes we are tempted to LOVE things and USE people, when we have been called to LOVE people and USE things.

Father, forgive us for our complicity, in these things, as we forgive others. Consume us, with the fire of your LOVE.

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My Response 

That is the stupidest thing I read today.  First you say [tempted] then you use upper case which always indicates one’s authority.  LOVE people and Use people then in the next breath LOVE people and USE things.

Then in the next sentence, “forgive us our [complicity] “.  Now I feel like I am in a murder trial.  I’m tempted by the complicity of others.

Then you are paraphrasing the Lord’s prayer out of context.

For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you:

If I am tempted to agree with your nonsense then I am complicit in murdering the spirit of others with your nonsense.

You teach the flesh and fed it with words that are not in the New Testament.

I asked my Father his name he told me I AM.  The only thing he ever told me.  I would only be complicated by unbelief in Him who goes by the name of I am.  You sir are stranger in the sheep market of children.

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4 thoughts on “Stupidest thing I read Today

    1. What’s amazing is you believe it. You believe in yourself and others take from young man. The sentences were a lie, pure glory. I am in me and no one else.


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