Is jesus a benevoulent personality to you or is he the savior of your sin full SOUL?
Ones school-of-thought is determined by ones geographical inheritance, there is NO short cut. Its either we face the truth NOW or forever keep our peace.
For days, months and years we have invested all our spirituality into false HOPES and ASPIRATIONS. When common sense dictates that the only TRUE aspiration is one that which can actually be achieved in its entirety.
There is so much to learn about ourselves and surroundings yet we are being taught NOT to think; what kind of psychology beats continuity.
We dont need to be saved by anyone or anything because God has already given that to us countless times and i dont see that stopping anytime soon.
We dont need to repent because We are NOT a guilty people.
We are NOT waiting for a white or tanned man to come an eliviate US from suffering because thats just NONSENSICAL if a white or tanned man was going to descend from the skies to eliviate anyone, the first people on the list would be those that look like HIM. Its not discrimination, its common sense.
We dont need to face anywhere during petition but our immediate solvable problems.
We dont need salvation because we were saved the day we were allowed into the world
All the ethics and moral philosophy we need to navigate the planet Earth is already present in our OWN psychology.
Our ancestors, heroes and saviours deserve nothing more than the best reception.
What is the point in living for somebody elses GOAL.
There is so much work to be done, and yet little effort awarded to a course.
Let us invoke the spirit of OUR ancestors, in everything that we partake, We need to operate as if our world has been stolen and we AIM to re-take it.
We have to snap out of this daze that we are in, it is us; we are the LIGHT of OUR world nobody else.
It is so easy for us to say Jesus is this and that to us. While this in itself is not bad, can Jesus say the same of us given the way we live our lives? Are we cheats,fornicators and the likes? Do we derive pleasure in living for and by ourselves? Let us prayerfully answer the question who is Jesus to me and who am I to him?
I was wondering how easy it is for us to say that Jesus is this and that to us. While this in itself is not bad, can Jesus say these things about us given the way some of us live our lives. Are we fornicators, cheat, heartbreakers and the likes? If the trumpet sounds now are we going to make it? If you do not even believe in heaven or hell or that you are a free thinker, is it not just nice to live withou t sin? Let us prayerfully answer the question "who is Jesus to me and who am I to Him?