Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Pray For My Friend's Unbelieving Husband

The following is just one example of the kinds of things I read from time to time on Facebook. This came from a friend's husband. A crusty old sourpuss, he usually avoids my postings like the plague, but on occasion someone lets him out of his cage. The man does not like comments in support of traditional interpretations of the Bible (in this case the creation narratives) (expletives cleaned up but bad grammar left intact),
 "the bible is nothing more then an old time comic book that ignorant fearful people hold next to their a$!#;@*s where it belongs. Anyone who believes in the fantasies of the 'bible' are simply short a ton of brain matter making them believe in cartoons and  nonsense written a long time ago and keep in print by thieves who want nothing more then to control others, (Mostly females)...Sorry, you are a j@#$%;..."
 and he likes Jesus even less,
"you are either really dumb or a plant from the right...You don't have a thinking brain, or you would not believe in some cartoon god b@!!$%*t, so maybe thats it, you simply can't think and you are terrified of death, hence you believe in some all powerful know it all god creature that will bail you out of the casket and bring you into some fairytale place you call heaven where all the morons who believe in the cartoon god become resurrected with the butchered son of a god thing. Speak about insanity...."
Pray also for all of those who clicked "Like" beneath those comments.

Forgive them Lord for they know not what they do.


  1. Anonymous9:33 PM

    My 2 thumbs up and together!

  2. How you feel about Jesus is a good look in the mirror of your soul. This person deeply bruised and full of self hatred.

    1. "And he said unto them, 'This kind can come forth by nothing, but by prayer and fasting.'" Mark 9:29

  3. Today's Epistle from 1 John makes clear that one sign of our progress in God's love is that we recognize Jesus' atoning sacrifice on our behalf.

    Sad for people like this guy, for whom love will always be a transitory feeling or subjective assessment rather than the abiding presence of true life.

    But then James reminds us of the power of a righteous person's prayers, so maybe one or more of your readers can have an impact.