@Bingozee, what you’re doing is what is called enslaving a lord. First, you make an uneducated assumption about me and then expect me to correct you under the pretenses that if I don’t then you will continue to assume the falsehoods. “By my view you are not only arrogant but also ignorant but I OFFER you the opportunity to Provide something that may have me think or even belief Otherwise.” That’s exactly what you’re doing. And because I did not answer your question that you deleted on the other thread the other day you went completely insane and engaged one of the biggest internet tantrum I ever seen accusing me of things falsely with a huge dose of hate.
So what you’re saying is I get the opportunity to prove myself to your doubt, which is a false belief that I’m something that I’m not. So who is doing the asking or offering? The answer, because a false belief is satan, is satan is the one doing the asking and it cannot accept truth no matter what. As long as you state specific criteria that serves only what you want, then it will never happen because messiahs do not serve satan or satanists.
“I OFFER you the opportunity to Provide something that may have me think or even belief Otherwise.” If you want to believe in the truth of what I’m doing or what I’m about then get involved in what I am offering. I have a website. I am offering “ something” on there. Use it. Click here. There is the something that would you have you think or believe otherwise. If you don’t want it then don’t be surprised if I’m not interested in your ‘offer’. Jesus said if you want to enter the kingdom of god, which means to learn from a messiah/god, you’ll need to become like children. Children are, if they’re not insane, humble, hunger truth and experience, are willing to try new things for the sake of experience, and can accept leadership. If you want to learn from a messiah then you’re going to need to put away the false judgments and become like a child. If you don’t then you only screw yourself over by denying yourself the benefits of learning.
One thing you may want to consider is what a messiah king does in their kingdom. They love those who are dedicated to the mission by helping them and that constitutes ruling UNDER others, not by force, but the power and glory of truth. Under refers to empowering others and they respect that and will follow because of the benefit of receiving that love.
Outside the church/kingdom, what most people experience, people who do not want to be part of the mission and experience that love are for the most part demons or complacent individuals, are interactions that are rarely ever pleasant. These people almost always project their psychology onto a messiah assuming what they themselves are doing (e.g., condescension, arrogance, judging satanically, etc). Paladin was being facetious. That’s the language he speaks, so I spoke the same. What do you suppose people thought of Jesus when he stated truths like calling people vipers or hypocrites or even what he said in Matthew 25:41, “Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels.” You can better believe there were people who believed Jesus was an arrogant, condescending, and judgmental son of a bitch and a prick! Whether your experience of a messiah is going to be good or bad depends on which side of the line you’re standing on – the side of god, life and truth or satan, death, and lies.
P.S. One of the reasons why I didn’t answer your question the other day is because you deleted it! You changed your post about three times and they were not little typo corrections either.