Being an experiment in comparing our culture with what it HAS BEEN, and what it SHOULD BE.
Okay. But... what else are the children of God? No, not even tweaking you. Just offering a mild thought. Even if the children of God are as I suspect, it isn't something that can be had and spent at the same time. Spent on earth or attempted to be transferred and stored in heaven? I think so. Much along the lines of the prodigal son. So many are lost. But as the vintner who pays the first and the last who come to tend his work a full day wage, there is time. Pray for these. Oh, and... perhaps learn from them. Sometimes they do find a special... something. Hmm... share your meal, perhaps enjoy what of theirs is right to enjoy.It is in, and only in, man where hope, faith, and charity may reside. Find what of it exists in others and reward it. Within limits, of course. Oh... I get just as weirded out by some such folk as you. And yet, I suspect, some think I am no different. *shrug* Not even sure what I'm trying to suggest. And I know I sneak up on them as much as they sneak up on me. Anyway...
Well certainly, we must pray for the lost and dying...those dead in trespasses. I ran across this and it reminded me of all the foolish women (of both sexes) at sci-fi cons who are so open minded that their brains fall out.It might amuse you to know that the image and text came from an atheist site. I found it to be droll.
Hehehe. As I have mentioned, there is no such thing as atheism. Most of these usually become some sort of pagan, they are usually superstitious, and many feminists are becoming muslim (because, as I mentioned, they just want/need a firm hand which (most) Western men don't offer). Though covering the face does increase chances of sex for some/many feminists. Just... saying. Those few who don't become some sort of pagan, often worship even lessor things, like sex or drugs or teh gay. I have never met a true atheist. I looked for some years, in all the right places. Liars.
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