I must apologize for not updating my blog in so long. I have been working diligently to get you the eBooks that you have been requesting. Now, I have all of my books available in ebook format. I priced them at $4.39 each. This is considerably less than the actual paper book is priced. Of course, this is expected. You can simply click on the Paypal button and complete checkout then have the book downloaded onto whatever device that you are using. My books have been available for Kindle since the beginning, but not everyone owns a Kindle. So, I made them so that anyone can have them regardless of the device that they own. The process was a bit more complicated than I was expecting, but I finally got it. You can find the eBooks on the page titled EBooks or you can look at any of the individual title pages for each book. If I can manage it, I will put the link in this blog post.
That was the news, and I am very excited about it all, but I also have yet another odd question that has come to me recently, perhaps you will also find it as odd and thought provoking as I have. So here it is, why is it that every time you hear of evil spirits talking to people (like when a person is possessed and the spirit is speaking through them) why is it that those nasty buggers always quote the Bible? Does this not bug anyone else? I mean, other than people in Church positions and a few very devout, who actually knows the Bible? If a Devil was to throw a quote out at you, would you have any clue if he or she was actually quoting it right? For that matter, why is it that they always use King James English? Is that the official translation for humans and spirits, or just the official English version? Does this not sound as ridiculous to you as it does to me, or is it just me?
We've discussed Devils before, so we know that they are simply fallen Angels... what does that really mean? Have they fallen from grace or have they fallen from a great height, or is it both? Here's a twist that I'm sure you were not expecting, why is it that these so called know it all ex-Angels only quote the Canonized Bible? Certainly they know that there are many other books that were thrown out by the Church fathers for whatever reason. One of those books was reportedly written by Peter the Apostle, you know the guy that the Church was to be built upon, according to the Church that threw that particular document out. Why is it that Devils don't quote any of the tossed out books, but they do sometimes quote books that exist only in myth, but we'll address that on another date.
It bothers me that documentation shows that Devils only quote from the Canonized Bible and they only use King James English. This sounds like a scam to me. Of course, I believe that the scam could be perpetrated by the person or the Devil. Which one is running the bigger game? It generally comes down to profit. A human will run a scam for monetary or emotional profit. What do Devils find profitable? Do they seek souls? The Bible suggests that Devils seek to draw humans away from God in every way that they can. I suppose that would be a profit for them, if they could convince a person that God is not real or that he/she will not come to your rescue. In fact it would be a win for them if they simply got people to doubt. But, I'm at a loss to understand how quoting the Bible achieves that goal.
How does quoting the Bible make a person question God? Truly this is a boggle to me. I just don't get it. For me it's bad enough that they quote only a specific Bible, but what exactly are they attempting to gain by quoting said Bible? Honestly, I have no bloody idea. Do any of you have any ideas on this issue?
Just something to think about.
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