Monday, February 8, 2021

A religious mentality, characterized by timidity and lack of moral courage has given us today a flabby Christianity, intellectually impoverished, dull, repetitious, and to a great many persons, just plain boresome. This peddled as the very faith of our fathers in direct lineal descent from Christ and the apostles. We spoon-feed this insipid pabulum to… Continue reading Monday, February 8, 2021

Revolutionary Papers: July 1, 2019

Revolutionary Papers: June 28, 2019 When you can’t get your Inheritance. I’m not sure about you but I’m someone that needs answers. I have to know, there’s no getting around it. And once I think that I know a thing, I have to be sure that it works practically. This can be quite a challenge… Continue reading Revolutionary Papers: July 1, 2019

Revolutionary Papers: June 25, 2019

Blessed are those mourning for they will be comforted. Matthew 5:4 The death, burial and resurrection of hope. The Beatitudes begin and end with the Kingdom of God, it bookends them so that we will understand the context that they are applied in. This is important to understand as the concept of the Kingdom is… Continue reading Revolutionary Papers: June 25, 2019

Revolutionary Papers: June 24, 2019

Blessed (empowered to prosper) are the poor in the spiritual realm: for theirs is the Kingdom of the Heavens. Matthew 5:3 First steps are important. They are even more important when they are viewed in context with the whole plot. We have lost this in the West. You can blame it on many things but… Continue reading Revolutionary Papers: June 24, 2019

Revolutionary Papers: June 23, 2019

Blessed (empowered to prosper) are the poor in the spiritual realm: for theirs is the Kingdom of God. Matthew 5:3 Notice first that Christ was not saying that poverty was a blessing. I’ve been poor and I’ve had money; having money is better. Unjust poverty is violence, as Gandhi stated; it’s a terrible assault on… Continue reading Revolutionary Papers: June 23, 2019

Revolutionary Papers: April 19, 2019

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 5:3 Part 1. During my study time over the years I am ashamed to say that I never bothered to exegete the Beatitudes. I knew them and so due to that and their apparent simplicity, I never bothered to study them… Continue reading Revolutionary Papers: April 19, 2019

Being Unbalanced

I get tons of questions about my particular stances for the Lord, usually revolving around why I seem so darn angry. The majority of church folks just don’t see things from my perspective and it is easy to dismiss how I am or what I say as just being “angry”, ministering from my wounds, stopped… Continue reading Being Unbalanced

Sacrilege towards the Frankenchrist.

“I could not understand why men who knew all about good and evil could hate and kill each other”. Mary Shelley Frankenstein “Je n’ai jamais été chrétien, je n’ai été réveillé que par Dieu. I have never been a Christian, I have only been awakened by God.” ~Vérité, self. There is only one way to… Continue reading Sacrilege towards the Frankenchrist.

Satan’s Cure for Revival: The Sowing of Leaven

Revivals are one of the rarest occurrences in Christianity and for this reason they are also one of the most desired experiences in Christianity. Like the illusion of the rarity of diamonds that causes their prices to remain very high, those things that are rare are the things that we deem as the most valuable.… Continue reading Satan’s Cure for Revival: The Sowing of Leaven

The (ab)normal Christian Life

Have you ever stopped the world for a second and taken a long, hard look at what we have become? I have, and what I have seen has shocked me to my core. You see, to conform inside of the Cult of Normal truly is the easiest thing in the world to accomplish, you just… Continue reading The (ab)normal Christian Life