Religion is always a touchy subject. I’ve not quite figured out why it should be but centuries have proven that more of the same is on the horizon. There are quite a few dominant religions supported by similar themes. They’re all supposed to provide a positive influence, but when faced with all the negatives surrounding the topic, one might wonder if it’s really worked out the way it was originally intended. My guess is that man’s touch has tainted the basic messages and meanings behind the mysteries we all seek to understand.
Describe why your level of commitment to Christianity is an aberration. In other words, how does your level of commitment differ from that of the average traditional Christian?
My level of commitment to Christianity is directly correlated to my commitment to Jesus Christ. I just believe Him! I know Him! I have seen Him. At the appropriate times, He has empowered me with His Spirit to do the things that the Apostles did. It is just that simple.
He is the way to truth and life because he DID come back from death to live again. I have found that most people don’t really understand the magnitude of this. Most people, including most church goers, either aren’t interested or don’t care to focus on life after death. Most so-called Christians don’t honor Jesus in everything they do. I act everyday in my belief that Jesus is real. He’s foremost in my mind. I don’t go to church on Sunday and then forget about him the rest of the week.
My commitment involves standing up for what I believe rather than following current cultural tides. I act everyday in my belief that Jesus is alive, tangible and real. I don’t see this level of commitment in too many others. For example, few are thankful for the chance to be saved from utter darkness. Few are concerned with the F word these days. Few speak the truth about what God said regarding gay and lesbian relationships. Few call abortion murder. A woman who’s had an abortion must truly repent, and accept that Jesus died for that sin to free her. It’s not okay, and it’s not a woman’s choice. Life and death are God’s choices.
Can you give an example of empowerment to the level of the Apostles?
I’ve witnessed miracles first hand and have been part of them. I’ve known things about people that couldn’t be known, and my knowing this information has resulted in tremendous changes in their lives … similar to when Jesus knew details in the life of the woman at the well. I’ve cast demons from people, and seen their lives change in miraculous ways. The things I’ve witnessed would change Bill Maher’s mind, that’s for sure.
Yes, several times. I know it’s hard for others to believe. When I saw Him, He talked with me. Once I saw Him walking on the side of the road. Somehow I walked with him for awhile. He was unassuming and kind. He told me I had “done good.” Once, I saw Him in church and realized that no one else could see Him. I observed Him for quite awhile, and at one point He winked at me.
Can you share how being a highly conservative Christian has impacted your life negatively? Christianity has a positive message so how has it created issues for you?
In speaking the truth, sometimes I spoil the ambiance around others. A lot of people don’t really want to hear the truth. People usually react to me in one extreme or the other. Sometimes they believe and want to understand what I’m saying and my love for Him. Other times, they think I’m just a religious fanatic. My aberration is that not very many people want the real truth, and I do. They ask, “What makes you think you know the Truth?” And then they say, “I’m a good person,” as if that makes everything all right. I think about so many people who refuse to see the truth about how much God really loves them, and I cry.
Why has it all been worth it?
I’ve had a hard time because I believe in Jesus. I’ve had so much fun with Him though; He has such a great sense of humor. He makes up for much of my loss. Yes, it’s all worth it for me because He’s my friend, my God, and my king. Without Him, I would have no hope. I want to reign with Him for 1,000 years when the time comes to do so. My path is His. He leads and I follow.
He said that we must be born again and I believe Him. People just don’t realize how powerful He is, what is coming, and how critical it is to be fully prepared.
If you could send one message about your beliefs to the world, what would it be?
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