Walid Shoebat #fundie shoebat.com

By “seeing Jesus” I don’t mean finding Him as in being “saved” or finding Him during a worship service through an emotional spiritual uplifting experience or finding Him as a baby laying in a miniature manger under your Christmas tree or in an apparition of some sort. I mean you can see Jesus as in alive. By now you might think that this is some sort of a trick, a prank and you are being trapped. No. There are no traps here. And the methods used to see Jesus do not involve some recitation of a prayer or special formula. They involve practical instructions from the Bible itself.

What you first need to do is to obtain a special blessing by getting into a spiritual state I call “obtaining Jesus’ double blessings” and how you do this is simple. In His beatitudes Jesus said: “blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” This is the first blessing you need to obtain. And then He says “Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” (Matthew 5:10-12) This is the second blessing.

In other words, in order to see Jesus you must first walk the walk, not just talk the talk. So you need to do the right things, the type of things that makes people hate you. Helping an elderly lady cross the street is nice, but it will not make people hate you so that will not work. You need to do the type of godly things that when one looks up your name, or asked about you, they will find enough false accusations and slander that the foolish folks believe it and therefore they end up hating you. You must first accomplish this or else you do not qualify to see Jesus since you will lack the special double blessings.

This will not take much to do these days, even here in the U.S. Just expose the evils of lets say homosexuality, Islam or hereseys and you are on your way to becoming “blessed” in a short time and the more they hate you the more you are blessed and the more you will see Jesus. The whole process should take a day or two by just talking to some folks whom you thought are your friends at church. In other words, if you are more concerned about being approved by your peer, you speak the latest theological interpretation that sounds hip, such as becoming more accepting of homosexuals, worried about your image not wanting to appear as too judgmental since sin is all the same as if man laying with another man is the same as if a kid got caught with his hand in a cookie jar as to undermine the degenerating societal sicknesses and all the spiritual decay that surrounds you. Such attitude will not get you “blessed” no matter how much you make-believe. You will still however see Jesus, but not in the flesh, you can still spot Him in your imaginations.

Society today does not condemn you for being openly accepting of the homosexual lifestyle. No one will condemn you if you say that its not about religion, its about Jesus, that we all worship the same God as Muslims, Christians and Buddhist. No one is going to hate you for that. You must be either loved by your die-hard few Christians or hated by your fellow church members for going against the heretical tide that is weeping Christendom. There is no in between.

And there is yet another step to obtain the status of “tripple blessed”, sort of an extra third blessing and then you can instantly see Jesus, that is if you aid the other “blessed” folks who are hated and obtained the first two blessings above. Jesus calls those who helped the persecuted as “blessed by my Father” in Matthew 25:34 who are recognized for participating during the dark days in which Jesus specifically tells his followers that the suffering will be interrupted by “the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory” (24:30).

It is a crucial time prior to His coming in which the king will use his authority to separate the flock of blessed sheep from the cursed goats (25:34). Indeed, if all were “saved” who are these “goats”? They are the ones who did not obtain the “hated” “insulted” and “slandered” status.

Confused?

So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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