God may love the many, but he only likes the few
I had similar problems trying to fit in most social situations. I always felt different, but had to pretend to be like the others and that was difficult….
I really come to understand the meaning of the Christian apprehension of history and phenomenology. It’s good stuff.
I think my great hurdle, as a young person, is to actually grapple with the loss of friends, and by extension, loss of memories attached to those bonds. With that in mind, I’ve come to see a lot of this scenario as something of a “failure of imagination”, probably conjoined to peoples’ sharp decline in literacy and reading over the past generations. A failure to imagine, for one, a true approximation of COVID-19 in its origins and effects, and the extent to which its intent is one of evil, connecting logically towards a Satanic agenda.
In all, I feel empowered by the very sense of my imagination growing, and knowing that I actually have the most important tool of a faith in Jesus Christ. I’m willing to let go of an expectation for much else…
Many are called, but few are chosen
The “sloppy agape” Christians in the Laodicean church will tell you that God loves everybody, but God did hate Esau in the womb. He also hates the Nicolaitans and the members of the synagogue of Satan. You may believe that God loves everyone, but he only LIKES a few. He certainly hates those who are pushing these mRNA jabs on his remnant.
If you feel different, and the words we often discuss make sense to you, then God has a purpose for you, because he likes you and is trying to reach out to you. There’s something about you in which he favors. He evidently has chosen you for a purpose.
All we have to do is knock, and it shall be opened
It’s not that you’ll have any special place in heaven, per se. However, he facilitates certain circumstances to make sure that his chosen fulfill their obligations according to his will. If the people God chooses do not do as he asks, this willful denial creates consternation and dis-ease in their lives.
Many of us led certain lives that were antithetical with the words of God and our calling, and we thus had a tough road as a result. Our consciences didn’t reconcile with our actions. In essence, God stacks the deck against his few chosen to make sure they perform what is required.
As for me, I was always able to discern the future more clearly than the others around me, even going back to childhood. Everyone else thought the subjects were too depressing or abstruse. Instead, I saw patterns and purpose,and was always eager to discover. I finally gave in to my conscience, and have labored to hone my unique sense of insight that I didn’t know I possessed until about 15-20 years ago. This is why I have my blog; I wish to reveal my perspective to others, and demand nothing in return. Since I have been making my views and analysis public, I’ve never felt better. Perhaps I can help the hundreds of people who stop by.
If you have that urge to change, and have that calling from God, you must listen. God is reaching out to you, specifically, and expressly. There are many who were called, but the vast majority of them didn’t understand. These were the people who didn’t fit in with society. Most of those who are hopeless alcoholics and drug addicts are trying to quiet the noise in their minds as they figure out why their lives don’t make sense. Many of them are trying to quiet the message from God. I gave up drinking for good in 1997. It was the beginning of my journey that continues today.
Remember, if you are reading these words, God most likely has a specific purpose for you. He wants you to perform a certain task or function while we are here as members of his church. I am not a healer. I am not an evangelist. I am not a preacher. It’s not normal for me to say kind words. God has pigeon-holed me into doing what I do best.
I’ve never come across a well-adjusted person who could discern the future, and the prophets of the Bible were never a happy bunch. I no longer have any friends and rarely talk to family members. So, don’t sweat it if you feel alone; you have God. Jeremiah was called the weeping prophet for a reason. I am sure he was not a joy to be around. And do you blame him? He knew history in advance; it was given to him by God himself.
What is your purpose in these final days? Many of you already know, but many do not. Pray and listen. We are all needed as members of the end time Church.