Thanks for pointing out your perception of me being contradictory.
Jesus said hate the sin, but love the sinner.
As long as those are willing to support Obama and the moral relativism that goes with
such thinking, I'll rebuke it at all times. Do I hate these people with a personal intention?
The fact of it is that I don't. I live in a state that is predominantly liberal, I go to churches that have a body
largely responsible for electing the man.
As I review words of mine written before this spiritual journey, I consider the manner in which I spoke and wrote.
At the time of writing and saying I hadn't known the importance of speaking gently.
That has changed and will continue to change moving forward. I could easily delete the posts.
However the old posts examined by the later posts are a continued testimony of how an individual
is transformed in coming to know God.
Indeed I hate our condition, I hate how the lawlessness of the past twenty-five years has transformed the American Experience.
I hate the censorship of those that disagree with obvious failure which the powerful continually shore-up by circling the wagons.
I hate the discrimination of religious freedom, I hate many things about our current state.
I haven't condoned violence, nor have I taken up the posture of violence.
I have prayed that folks who think utopia can be purchased wuld become wise and realize that sch thinking is impossible.
I have prayed that Obama remain safe in his office. My sixth sense tells me that there are pockets of people out there
steeping ideas of an assassination, I hope that isn't the case. There are very secretive and powerful people all over
that are seeing Obama as an enemy to their own kingdoms, and these folks don't play games.
While it might be easy to point out conflicts of my growth and thoughts lets just remember one thing.
What was written on April 1st of 2010 "Hypocronance" has come to pass as I wrote it.
That was at a time when the media was bashing the Tea Party, or saying Obama just needed time.
At the time of writing that piece all I had were opinions, in fact my beliefs were completely secular. (Of this world)
Today my opinions mean very little and my struggle remains in realizing that fully.
It is interesting however to see how those opinions weren't wrong compared to my beliefs of today, but rather badly conveyed as anger and rage
were the inspiration to write the opinions.
That fact standing alone does support my post of possessing a sixth sense.
Apparently you have followed along regularly and I hope you have enjoyed doing so.
But if you only read what is posted here, you are missing the points of distinction which make it seem as though conflict and contradiction
are convenient. They aren't by any means. Losing the old and embracing the new is the most difficult work I have ever undertaken.
In fact releasing my anger and rage is what I can only call supernatural. Many folks spend thousands over years with therapists and pharmaceutical
treatments trying to get to where I am with very little success.
If you are a reader, I'd urge you to read "At the Foot of the Cross." That is a compilation of this journey in spiritualism which clearly shows maturation. You might also look at the stark differences of writing between "Convoking Hell" and a "Man a Dog and a Ball."
Maybe examination of that material would give you clarity rather than suggesting I'm just playing the enemy I love to hate card.
The public in general is safer with me as a believer in God.
Hope that helps.