Dear SatanWritten by C R Hamilton
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You only pick on people smaller than you or feeble minded, or sick. You pick on little children, old ladies, and handicapped people. You start vicious rumors and lies about people and withhold truth and any compliments about them. You never give anyone a positive report, only evil lies. You are nosy and a gossip; you are confused about your sexuality and you do drugs. You abuse children and molest them; you also steal from people, especially trusting ones, or little old ladies on sly. I know you.
You hate happy people and love misery. You especially love money, teach about it, and ask for it all time. You package God’s words and sale them for profit; you threaten people with curses and death and hell if they do not give. That is another reason I know you are no good. You lust after women who have no man and use and confuse them like you did Eve in garden.
Nevertheless, when it comes to a true disciple or apostle of Christ, you had your last laugh when you tricked Judas. The rest of us know who you are. You go to church, pray, and testify in isles; you sing in choir and even preach in pulpit. But I see you anywhere you are. You even have nerve to call yourself an apostle. Saying you’ve been through this and you’ve been through that but you are lying your head off. You are afraid to suffer for Christ sake let alone even wanting to.
You look good and sound good but I know who you are. Soon I will let you know I know, face-to-face. I also know that you are afraid of me because I know and tell truth and you hate me for that. So what, I’m letting everyone know. The main way I know you is because you have no love in you. I know love, God is love, and you are not. Love covers a multitude of sins and forgives them. You remind people of their sin everyday and never forgive them. Then you go and tell other people about someone else’s sins. That is where you slipped.
You went and told God that I was being bad and he looked at you and said “you are a liar, he is good”. So you went and told others that I was no good, you tried to twist God’s words so that they would be misunderstood. Many people believed you but that is OK, as long as God knows where my soul will end up. As for you and those you own See you all on Judgment Day.
Love, The Preacher
C R Hamilton is a published author of CONTENDER: A Defense Against False Prophets and Doctrine and the author of many other articles concerning life, religion, and society.
The Fear of DeathWritten by C R Hamilton
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Because fear of death is such a strong governing force of human mind, threat of death acts as an advantage to some. Hold a gun to an unarmed person’s head and ask them for anything of value to them, in most instances they will give it. Others value some things such as family, friends and even material substances to point of death. However, this takes courage and lots of love, and sometimes lust. Nevertheless, when a person’s life is threatened, they will submit to one holding gun. Crooks, drugs dealers, robbers, murderers, child molesters, rapist, even businesspeople, congress people, celebrities, and average working Joe knows that if push comes to shove, a gun and a serious demeanor can give them temporary power over their victim.
Notice Hollywood movies. Ninety-nine percent of time, antagonist uses threat of death to get what they want from victim. Be it gun point, knives, bombs, alien invasion, war, or with bare hands, if death is antagonist’s strategy for victim or victims, it makes for a adventurous movie. The fear of death makes plot. Death also makes good sad stories. When main or supporting character is suddenly stricken with sickness and dies after audience grows fond of character, it makes a good story. If there were no death, Hollywood would have no purpose, neither would many crooks.
Eternal life is an option for those who desire to live a fearless life. Free from threat of death and of Hell. Trusting in God and His promise of a heavenly kingdom will destroy fear. In fact, many believers of God desire death over life any day. That means that after they die (or their body dies) they will be with God. This mindset takes great faith, faith that what God promised is true and real. Those who have this type faith do not fear death but await it. When those close to them die, it is no great loss or sorrow because they know that of that person had same faith, then they are with God.
Do not fear death. Fear death only if there is no faith in God. If there is no faith in God then there should be any belief in Satan, and if there is no belief in Satan, then do not fear death because this means there is nothing afterward in afterlife. But who can be sure that there is anything? The human mind has ability to imagine unimaginable and many people have no control over that realm of mind. Therefore, if mind says “know” then realize that there is something greater than mind. Trust God and live.
C R Hamilton is a published author of the book CONTENDER: A Defense Against False Prophets and Doctrine and also the author of many other articles concerning life, religion, and society.