Bad World, Bad

When we was in ‘K’, what’s the three rules you remember? 1) Keep your hands to yourself.  2) Share, and most important.  3) If you can’t say something nice don’t say anything at all.

Wow, what happened between then and now?
Even in the bible our most important Father says 1) love your neighbor 2) Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. The Lord gave us the fruit of the spirit, love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
No wonder God made Revelations. He too knew we’d screw up.
Now close your eyes, picture you laying in a field of nice green grass, by a quiet pond as the swans swim side by side. The love birds are singing their song in the tree up above. Squirrels playing, crickets predicting the weather, you hear a lonely bullfrog looking for his love, ‘croak croak’.

You’re now picturing a world God wanted it to be with all the fruits of the spirits in line. What a happy time.

Now the grass is on fire and you’re running like hell. As you glimpse back you see the swans pulled under the water and drown. The squirrels are going nuts trying to find their holes, the love birds are fighting and losing feathers, sealing their fate to burn.
You just killed the bullfrog who just died alone never to have found his true love, and you hear the crickets burn. So as you’re running from the fire, stepping on the frogs and crickets, laughing at the swans that are drowning trying to save yourself, trying to stay out of the fire of hell.

Just remember God’s always watching and not happy about the world’s behavior. Look at NY City and remember Revelations.

by Denise A.


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