Return Plea

Hey, it’s been awhile. How are you doing? Where have I been? Let me give you a quick run down.

I posted a video about the Mandela Effect on YouTube. You can still watch it from the home page of this site for right now. The video had an incredible response and ruffled a lot of feathers. The topic led to some interesting discussion with several people, leading me to discover that for every person that identifies as a Christian there is a different flavor of Christianity that suits them. This took me awhile to reconcile. I’ve never really been raised within what one might call a denomination, nor have I ever really approached the scriptures with any dogma since I took on my “serious salvation” about seven years ago. I have beliefs about certain topics, sure, but I can engage with you on those without pettiness.

These… interactions troubled me because, to keep a long story less long, for all the truth people claimed to wield, each person had their own truth. As I put it before in a blog post here. All truths, but no truth. This was my first post on to this site, ironically. Because I didn’t trust what the Holy Spirit told me as he led me down the path of my Bible Study so many years ago, I became discouraged and off put. From the perspective of the Mandela Effect video, Christians had been so suckered in by this “phenomenon” that their buying into it so deeply caused me to question my own resolve in what I had learned. Their factoids and silly gatekeeping requirements, such as [paraphrasing] “You need to confront/drive out a demon or else you aren’t a real Christian.” Yes, that was in the comments of that video. Which I can happily answer with Matthew 7:22-23 now.

Essentially, I became spooked with answering people without absolute confidence or complete understanding of what I was talking about that it paralyzed me into doing absolutely nothing. Meaning, I believed I needed to be a master of every facet of every topic before speaking, despite the fact that every one, young to old, still grows in the scriptures daily and one can never have true mastery of God’s word. We can’t, or else we would loose out on one of our critical interactions with Jesus and God himself in Heaven.

I’ve decided to be over that now. God told me we’ve got work to do, and given some time, we’ll talk about that. I’ve got a lot to talk about. Even as I write this, I have to stop myself from diverging on several different talking points. I know I’ll get “haters” as they say and I’m prepared to see it as a learning opportunity rather than a disparaging event.

So, I’m back. I plan on staying until my time is up… done? I’m not sure what you want to call it. I guess until I give up the ghost as the Bible says.

I feel we are preparing to enter into what many know as the End Times. I’m sure you’ve felt this too. As a result, I believe the return of Jesus Christ is imminent. I don’t know how imminent, but I do believe within my lifetime we will see him again. If I’m being completely honest, I think we will see him within the next seven to sixteen years, but it’s hard to tell and it isn’t my place to discern that. Only the father truly knows. I can only give an impression of what I believe the spirit is telling me. I’ve spent the last two weeks wrestling with this and attempting to fumble my way through that realization.

As part of returning to this site [which has been renamed and domained, in case you didn’t notice], I’ll be resuming my YouTube channel [for as long as I’m allowed], and I’ll be simultaneously posting those videos to Rumble and possibly other “free and open” platforms.

I’m sure you’ve come here because you are already an interested and engaged believer, or you’re my mom [a believer too], but I want to make this absolutely clear up front:

If you do not know Jesus Christ and want real answers without Christian platitudes, please contact me. If you have general questions about Christianity, please ask them.

Terrible and difficult times are coming and I ask you to please consider looking into Jesus Christ.

Inside you there is a hole that you may have tried to fix with hobbies, entertainment, activism, perhaps vague spiritualism, or fruitless atheism. Please, just think about what lay before you and set aside what you think you know about Christianity. Set aside what you may have picked up from what I refer to as the “Collective Christian Subconscious.” This is an impression drawn about Christianity which derives from old wives tales, television and movies, trite Christian sayings that almost always have no origin in the bible, and other, assorted, “worldly” sources.

My simple request is to just humble yourself. Know that you don’t have all the answers, acknowledge that there is something larger than yourself, and that you are willing to open your mind and explore that possibility. Your soul is breathed into you by God himself. You have a piece of God within you and it longs to be home again with the creator. This is part of who you are, it’s in your DNA. Acknowledge that and allow yourself to indulge it just for a short while with sincerity and heart felt desire to know the truth. Pray to the one we so flippantly call “God” and tell him that you are ready to be led back home.

If you feel that… “pull” towards God, a nagging in your heart, chest, or stomach vicinity that won’t let go, you are being called home. You are living a miracle. Confess or acknowledge [I understand baby steps here] that you are a sinner to the Lord in genuine prayer and that you are seeking his guidance, his wisdom. Tell him you want to know Jesus Christ.

After that you can contact me, or talk with someone you know is true of heart in their faith in Christ. Then, you can begin the journey.

Please remember:

You are special.

You are loved more than you could ever know.

You are absolutely not alone.

Every question you have has an answer and you deserve real answers.

Don’t let your preconceptions about Christianity turn you away.

All it takes is a moment of vulnerability to humble yourself. That takes incredible strength. Embrace it.

– In the great and glorious name of Jesus Christ (Yeshua) I pray, Amen!