Monday, January 20, 2014

I am a believer in ghostly appearances.

I am a believer in ghostly appearances. The reason is that I have had the experience of a couple manifestations of people that I knew before them leaving this world.

I am a senior citizen and because of that, I try to keep my mind as active as possible because I don’t want to "lose it" like a lot of seniors do, for lack of not keeping my mind alive by under-using it. To keep my mind occupied I will sit and start thinking about things and even do math problems in my head. When I get bored of this, then I put on paper the problems I more or less stored in my head. Then I try to blank my mind and think about certain people that have passed away.

What I’m going to say on what I did next scared the hell out of me. This was about 2:30 a.m. and I couldn’t sleep. Lying down on my bed I started thinking about my grandmother who had passed away a long time ago. I remembered how she looked and spoke, and how she would chase my grandfather with her broom for doing what he shouldn’t have been doing.

I was so engrossed in my thinking that, whether it was my imagination or not, she was standing there just staring at me. It felt very real. Like I said it scared the hell out of me, because she wasn’t the best looking woman in the world and to me as a kid at the time that I was living with her she seemed like a witch.

Whoever reads this, I would suggest that if you try this start thinking about someone that has passed away (one that will not scare the hell out of you) and see what happens. See if you can tell if it is imaginary or not. I couldn't say for sure either way, but I know what I think it was. Keep in mind though, that the place has to be really quiet with no noise whatsoever, or it will disturb your concentration. If your concentration was really deep you will have some sort of result. You should also be relaxed and have your body is in a comfortable position.

That is my rant of the day.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

In Heaven or not?

I hope no one takes any offence of what I’m going to write, as I know someone might. Or some might think I’m being heartless. I can assure anyone of you that I’m not heartless, because at times just reading the news, or watching a sad movie, it brings tears to my eyes and I’m not ashamed to admit it. At least it shows that I have feelings.

What my beef for today is about some people saying that this one is in Heaven with God or that one. Unless God changed His mind, that's not the case.  What it says in the Bible is that everyone will be judged at the end of times and the dead shall rise to be judged. Now has anyone received a message from one of his angels saying that as soon as someone dies he or she will be judged right away?

This would typically be preached by Catholics. If you die before confessing your sins, you go straight to Hell. I guess Catholics don’t believe in mass judgment. The Church of God preaches that you stay in your grave until Judgment Day. Now who are we supposed to believe? I would say believe what is written in the Bible and not some flunky that can’t make sense of the way the Bible is written.  It seems that each one that reads a paragraph from the Bible, and mostly come to their conclusion as to what is meant overall.  That's not to say there aren't different ways to interpret things that are written. But there's a lot to read in the Old and New Testaments, and my suggestion is not to just take someone else's word for it. 

When people read the Bible the way its written, most don’t really understand what is meant by what is written and often preach what they think it means. That’s where all this confusion comes from. Most everyone believes that what a preacher preaches is the truth. The way it’s preached, is that really what the paragraph means or just his or her version of it?

If anyone really believes that their loved ones are in Heaven with God already, and it makes them feel better, good for them.  Like I mentioned above,  if anyone is offended by what I wrote it wasn’t meant to be offensive.  It's just about what I believe is the correct interpretation of life after death. And if it did offend anyone, I’m sorry.

Have a good day and may God bless you all.

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Parallel worlds

I remember in one of my previous posts, that I had written that I believed that UFOs that we see could be the souls of the ones that have left this world. Well while reading the news this morning I happen to see this and it got my interest. I read it all and it reminded me of the post that I had written before.

Now this brings me to the Bible. I believe that God is the only one that can kill the soul and at the end of times every one will be judged and the ones that are not accepted in the Kingdom of God will be incinerated never to exist again. This brings me back to my original Idea. If those souls are accepted by God where would they all go? Is there a planet that these souls would be sent?  Maybe my idea is not too farfetched.  Maybe parallel worlds are the answer.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

God's incinerator working overtime

These days, showing the belief of being a Christian seems to be an anti-social thing to do. I am sure that some do pretend not to believe but do believe because they don’t want to offend anyone or be looked at as being anti-social for being a Christian. I spotted a little section on Facebook and it reads “Jesus says if you deny me in front of your friends, I will deny you in front of my father.” In the Bible it is written “Jesus says only through me will you get to my Father”.

I can see that the way some people are acting these days, Jesus won’t be too busy come the end of this world and the Father will have an easy judgment when it does happen. I would say if there is an incinerator like it says in the Bible, then it will be real busy at the end of time.

I am not a religious person, but I do believe that there had to be a start somewhere and there had to be something or someone to create all that we have in this world. The bible teaches us about the beginning, and if some people tend to believe otherwise, then they have a surprise coming when the end of their life on this forsaken world is over.

All I can say, the only thing to do to live the life of a Christian, is to follow and conduct your life according to the Ten Commandments. Those were the laws given to Moses. Refusing to obey those laws, then your soul is doomed to be incinerated and never to live again.