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The CORRECT wording of God´s Greatest Commandment: "Love yourself."

 
Rock Reynolds
06/08/2005 12:01 AM
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The CORRECT wording of God´s Greatest Commandment: "Love yourself."
Greetings all!! This is Rock Reynolds comin’ to you folks in Cyberspace Conspiracy Land!



When Jesus was asked the greatest commandment, Jesus responded that “Love God” was the greatest commandment.

But the CORRECT wording to this first commandment is “Love yourself”.

Jesus knew the correct wording of God’s first commandment; however, since the questioner limited Jesus’ response to a “commandment”, Jesus was constrained to find his answer within the Old Testament “Law”.

Jesus brilliantly identified a passage in the Old Testament that technically had the same meaning as “Love Yourself”.

Deuteronomy, Ch 6, v2: “and you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might”.

Note that Jesus changed the last word from “might” to “mind”.

Technically, Jesus was correct about this passage being God’s first commandment, because God is inside all of us, as our conscience. We all ARE God. Technically, God’s greatest commandment REALLY means, “Love yourself”.

Thus, the two great commandments of God SHOULD be worded as follows:
Commandment #1. Love yourself.
Commandment #2: Love others as you love yourself.



Rap wif ya’ later.

Rock
mopar28m
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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The 2 greatest commandments are just a summary of the first. They are also listed in in Deut.
Rock Reynolds
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Greetings all!! Rock again!!



Hi mopar28m!! Thanx for the comment!

Of course, I cited Deuteronomy for the opening post.

The reference I use for the second law is Leviticus, Ch 19, v 17, “love your neighbor as yourself”.

mopar28m, I agree that the second law is a subset of the first law.



Rap wif ya’ later.

Rock
tohellwith yourturtle
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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And my dad always told me it was a sin to "love myself" yeahsure
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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That is not what was spoken by our lord, damn you evil one.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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I believe the correct wording was: "Love it or leave it."
Deacon Blue
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Thus, the two great commandments of God SHOULD be worded as follows:
Commandment #1. Love yourself.
Commandment #2: Love others as you love yourself.
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And as any (honest) shrink will tell you:

If you do not love yourself, you can not love anybody else.

Many relationships are destroyed by the inability of one (or both) of the parties to love themselves.

"I am a miserable excuse for a human being. If this person loves me (in spite of my faults), then there MUST be some thing wrong with him (her)"!
Rock Reynolds
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Greetings everyone!! This is Rock Reynolds comin’ to you folks in Internet land!


Hi tohellwith yourturtle!! Thanx for the comment!

tohellwith yourturtle, is sounds as if your dad would have liked FHL(C)’s anti-masturbation thread.



Hi mohandjobi abdul!! Thanx for the comment!

Is it an accident, that “handjob” is part of your name?

Mohandjobi abdul, I stated in my opening thread that Jesus did not say these words. Didn’t you read my opening thread?

So handjob, do you think that Jesus preached that you should hate yourself?



Hi 9812!! Thanx for the comment!



Hi Deacon Blue!! Excellent comment!

When I was a child, over 40 years ago, I was confused by the “Love God” Commandment. I thought, “Why do we need to love God? Why don’t we just stick with the ‘treat others as you want to be treated’?”

Finally, about 10 years ago, the truth of your words finally hit me.



Rap wif ya’ later.

Rock
FHL(C)
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Well RR, you are a slow learner, still it can be hoped that experience will eventually get through to you in time,

First set of scripture:

"Rev 22:11 He that is unjust, let him be unjust still: and he which is filthy, let him be filthy still: and he that is righteous, let him be righteous still: and he that is holy, let him be holy still.
Rev 22:12 And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be.
Rev 22:13 I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.
Rev 22:14 Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.
Rev 22:15 For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie.


Rev 22:18 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:
Rev 22:19 And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book."

You are guilty RR, expect YHVH to uphold His Word regarding these matters.
SimManTech
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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You mean God really told mankind; "Go F__k Yourselves"?

(Can´t say as I really blame him...)
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Does that mean its ok to masturbate? :) heheh
FHL(C)
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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O and by the way RR, your twisting of scripture is exactly what LaVey says as being part of satanic creed.
Jeff
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Rock Reynolds,

I´m sorry, but I agree with FHL(C). The path that you are on only leads to damnation and eternal torment in the Lake of Fire...
friendofGod
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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of course Rock would come up with this , being one who loves himself more than Jesus Christ.
Have any of this guys threads been anything but a disregard for truth.
Rock is one who loves the darkness more than the light. Rock is a true disciple of the enemy of Our lord Jesus Christ.
Deacon Blue
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Thanks Rock,
Just out of curiosity, have you read the Urantia Book? I think you would find it interesting.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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That´s the wording of your thelemic messiah´s commandments.
jomama
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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I do, I do....love myself.

I didn´t even need Jesus to tell me.

Anyone that doesn´t is a truly sick
puppy.
Rock Reynolds nli
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Greetings everyone!! This is Rock Reynolds, comin’ to you folks in Internet land!



Hi FHL(C)!! Thanx for checking in!

FHL(C), you are an abomination to God. You log on to this public forum, and call for support of child murder, stonings, and burning people at the stake, you sick fuck. You have supported the murder of my friend Jesus, you fudge-packin’ pole smoker.

Hey, FHL(C), how has your life been going ever since I held up a mirror, and returned the curse that you aimed at me? It sounds as if you ain’t getting’ laid very often.

FHL(C), your avatar is one of the sissiest damn pictures I have ever seen. You look like a chick takin’ a dump.

FHL(C), for your fucking “God”, YHVH, who is really Satan, to have any authority over me, I have to ALLOW that authority. And that ain’t about to happen.



Hi SimMan Tech!! Thanx for the comment!

SimMan, there is a difference between “fuck” and “love”. Obviously, you have never heard of the term “spite fuck”.



Hi 4279!! Thanx for checkin’ in!

4279, you said:
“Does that mean its ok to masturbate?”

4279, yes, one of the necessary results of God’s commandment, is that it is “OK” to wax that ol’ rocket, although I would prefer a word slightly stronger than “OK”.



Hi Jeff!! Thanx for the bump! Jeff, you have become one of my biggest “fans” on this forum. It’s obvious that you follow my threads with great interest.



Hi friendofGod!! Thanx for checkin’ in!

friendofGod, exactly which “God” do you claim as your friend?

So, let me get this straight, friendofGod, you are saying that the theme of this thread, to “love yourself”, is wrong??? So, am I supposed to hate myself then??? Then, when Jesus told me to “love my neighbor as myself”, Jesus really meant that I should “hate” my neighbor???

friendofGod, did you stop and consider what you were writing before you wrote it, or are you really that fucking retarded?



Hi Deacon Blue!! Welcome back!

It’s good to have an oasis of reasonableness in this desert of assholes.

No, Deacon, I have not read that book. I have seen it mentioned, but I have no clue about its nature.



Hi 12348!! Thanx for the comment! Unfortunately, I don’t know what “thelemic” means.



Hi jomama!! Thanx for the comment!

jomama, you said,
“I didn´t even need Jesus to tell me.”

jomama, with that comment, you hit upon a theme that I have pushed during my 2 1/5 years on the GLP forum.

The greatest aspect about God’s true law that Jesus delivered, to “Love God” and “Treat others as you want to be treated”, is that, when we heard these “laws”, we ALREADY KNEW that they were true.



Rap wif ya’ later.

Rock
Jeff
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Rock Reynolds,

First, love God/Jesus(God in the flesh) over everyone else (including yourself) and over everything in this life. If you truly love Him, you will believe and obey His Word (The Holy Bible).

Second, after God/Jesus(God in the flesh), love everyone else over yourself and over everything in this life.

Third, after everyone else, love yourself over everything in this life.
Rock Reynolds
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Yo Jeff!! Get down!

It´s great to finally have a reasonable post from you, dude.

I need to get some sleep. I will answer this question tomorrow (or...is it "today"?).

Your point is legitimate and deserves a respectable answer.



Rap wif ya´ tomorrow.

Rock
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Rock,

The Urantia Book purports to be the "fifth revalation of God to man on Earth".

The first was the arrival of the Plaetary Prince (Caligastia) and his court, approximately 500,000 years ago.

The second was the arrival of Adam and Eve approximately 40,000 years ago.

The third was the the arrival of Melchezidek, the teacher of Abraham.

The second was the bestowal of the Creator Son (Michael of Nebadon) in the form of mortal man (Jesus Christ).

The Urantia book is available online at several sites, including this one:

[link to www.urantiabook.org]

I would suggest that one start with:

"Part IV: The Life and Teachings of Jesus: Papers 120-196
Introductory background for a study of the life of Jesus"


Whether it is "true" or not, I think that you will find it fascinating!
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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That´s the wording of your thelemic messiah´s commandments.
Rock Reynolds nli
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Hi Jeff!! Thanx again for the thoughtful response!



OPENING COMMENT

Jeff, I’d like to start my answer by comparing the results of your 3-step sequence to the results of my 2-step sequence.

Your 3-step sequence:
- Love God.
- Love your neighbor over yourself.
- Love yourself.

My 2-step sequence:
- Love yourself (I claim equivalence to “Love God”.)
- Love your neighbor as yourself.

Jeff, if either of our lists is carried out to completion, both lists end up with everybody loving everybody (sounds kinda’ “hippyish”, don’t it?).

But here’s my opening point.

My opening point is that our two positions are not as far different as an initial glance may indicate.



METAPHOR FOR ROCK REYNOLDS 2-STEP (hey, sounds like a dance) PROCESS

Safety briefings in airplanes often address the issue of you being with another passenger, who has been incapacitated by lack of oxygen.

The main point that the airlines make in this safety briefing, is that you should administer oxygen to YOURSELF, before you administer oxygen to the incapacitated passenger. This directive applies, even if the other passenger is one of your children.

This directive makes sense, not because you want to selfishly hog all of the oxygen, but because, if you don’t administer to yourself, then YOU will pass out, and then both you AND the passenger will be dead. If you want to keep your child alive, you first have to keep yourself alive.

I readily admit that the example above, a very limited scope, does not PROVE that you should always do things for yourself first. But I want to emphasize that, in many situations, looking out for yourself first, is a good thing, to give you the power to help others later on.



YOUR SECOND LAW

Jeff, you claim that the second law of God is to love your neighbor ABOVE yourself.

Jeff, while your interpretation sounds like a noble, altruistic ideal, I see a problem with this interpretation.

The problem lies in the area of responsibility. Jeff, one of God’s primary goals is to make you responsible for yourself. While it is very noble for you to care for others, it would be unreasonable and UNPRODUCTIVE for God to require you assume another person’s responsibilities. If, in the service of others, you fail in YOUR responsibilities to God, then God’s wishes have not been fulfilled.

The wording of your second law, almost sounds as if our PRIMARY responsibility, is to the welfare of others.

I remind you, Jeff, that your second law is not backed up by scripture. Jesus said to love others “as” yourself, not “above” yourself.

Jeff, I claim that, in the parable of the Good Samaritan, the Good Samaritan did not love the victim MORE than himself. An example of “loving” another person “more”, would be if the man had NOT been attacked, and yet the Good Samaritan STILL gave the man his possessions. To just give your stuff away, is not usually a good thing.

I have even seen harm come from people just giving things away. When a beggar on the street asks me for money, I always say “No.” Normally, I am a reasonably charitable dude, but I refuse to ENCOURAGE people to beg on the street. If I don’t have any money when the beggars asks, I do NOT say, “No, I don’t have any money.” Instead, I just say, “No.” I don’t want a beggar to think that the only reason I didn’t give him money, was that I didn’t have any. I want the beggar to know that I think it’s wrong to beg on the street. Go flip burgers somewhere. Flipping burgers is a job. Begging is a disgrace to God.

The Good Samaritan helped the man out because of the extremely unfortunate circumstances that had befallen the man. The Good Samaritan, knowing that he would appreciate THE SAME help in a similar circumstance, treated the man as he would liked to have been treated.



HOW CAN YOU LOVE OTHERS, IF YOU DON’T LOVE YOURSELF FIRST?

Jeff, there is nothing wrong with feeling good about yourself. God wants you to feel good about yourself. God knows that, if you feel good about yourself, then you will be likely to spread that positive “karma”, and others will then also feel good about themselves.

Conversely, Jeff, what if you don’t feel good about yourself? If you have a low opinion of yourself, and view each day as another awful experience, then how could you possibly spread good karma anywhere?



FINALLY – THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SATAN’S LAW AND GOD’S LAW.

Jeff, Satan demands that “individual” needs be addressed first.

So, what’s the difference between Satan’s law and God’s law, both of which require personal needs to be addressed first?

ANSWER: An accurate wording of Satan’s first law is not, “Love yourself,” but rather, “Hate others.”

For instance, to get a promotion at a job, a follower of God will work harder and produce better results to get the promotion.

Conversely, for that same promotion, a follower of Satan will do everything possible to make everybody else look bad (gossip, lies, etc.). Additionally, a follower of Satan will be happy to provide “tattle-tale” services to gain extra favor with the bosses.

Jeff, don’t be confused by the fact that the follower of God and the follower of Satan, have the same external goal: the promotion. The difference lies in how the followers tend to achieve their goals, and the difference also lies in the REAL happiness achieved by attaining those goals.

A follower of God will be happy for the promotion, proud of the work and results that led to that destination.

A follower of Satan will NOT be happy with the promotion.
- For one thing, the follower of Satan knows, deep down, that the promotion was not deserved.
- Secondly, to a Satan follower, a promotion just means a new level of people to deceive. The process never ends.

Thanx again for the reasonable response. I do prefer to conduct my threads in this manner.




Hi Deacon Blue!! Interesting comment!

You’re right, that, although I reject many of these types of themes, I am interested in hearing about them. And, even in the case that I reject an overall theme, many times there are bits and pieces of truth all over the place.

I’ll try to make it to that link sometime (between the dogs, the 9-year-old, the wife, the job, etc.).



Hi 12348!! Thanx for the comment!



Rap wif ya’ later.

Rock
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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I do love my neighbor as much as myself, she´s great in the sack but pullin´ th´ pud has it´s place too. JC must have had some massive testes from never having jerked off or dipped his heavenly rod in some sultry slut. Rock of Ages left for me, let me find myself in thee...hahahahahahah
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Rock Reynolds,

I stand by what I have said.

also...

You don´t believe the Bible is God´s Holy Word.

You don´t believe Jesus is God in the Flesh, our Creator, our Lord, and our Saviour.

THE TRUTH IS NOT IN YOU...
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Greetings all!! Rock Reynolds again!


HI 1072!! Thanx for the comment!

1072, you said:

“JC must have had some massive testes from never having jerked off or dipped his heavenly rod in some sultry slut.”

1072, where did you get the idea that Jesus didn’t fuck or wax the ol’ rocket?

1072, I think that you are confusing Jesus, who was cool, with that low-down piece of whaleshit, Saul, who said that “celibacy” was good. 1072, Jesus had nothing to do with the fuckstick Saul. Jesus was a lot more “normal” than you have been led to believe.

And just because FHL(C) OP’ed an anti-masturbation thread, don’t assume that FHL(C) has the authority of Jesus. (Authority of Saul: "Yes".)



Hi Jeff!!

Jeff, your fear of Rock Reynolds has you running in so many circles, that you make Chicken Little look composed.

Basically, your counter-argument to my last post is:

“LA, LA, LA, LA, LA!!!!! I’M NOT LISTENING!!!! LA, LA, LA, LA, LA!!!
(Sung to the tune of “Macho Man”)

It frightens the shit out of you Jeff, to hear words that sound like they’re making sense, when you KNOW that, if they were written by Rock Reynolds, they just have to be evil.

Jeff, do you ever hear George Bush talk about how much he loves the Good Ol’ USA? Sounds pretty empty, huh?

Dubya’s claims about as empty as your claims that Jesus is:
“our Creator, our Lord, and our Saviour.”

You shout Jesus’ name out loud, for all of your friends to hear.

But you ain’t about to read the words of the man you call “Savior”. That’s way too frightening. That’s as frightening as listening to Rock Reynolds, because Jesus also disparaged the Old Testament.



OK, Jeff. You can stop shaking and come out from under the bed now. It’s safe to come out. Rock Reynolds is gone.




Rap wif ya’ later.

Rock
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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WHAT IS LOVE?

I John 4:8 - He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.
Galations 5:14 - All the law is fulfilled in one word even this; Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.
law - Greek: nomos - from the primary root nemo meaning to parcel out food or grazing to animals; prescriptive usage; instruction.
love - Greek: agape - to regard the "spiritual" welfare of another; specifically in giving them the word (instruction) of God; love/agape is a "him" manifested in the person of Jesus Christ when he died for his people (Rom. 13:10; I John 4:9,10); the Biblical definition of love/agape is found in II John 6 "this is love (agape) that we walk after his commandments".
There is no word in the New Testament Greek for our word love. We have incorporated several Greek words into our English word "love". In 20th century America we have confused and misused two of these Greek words: agape and phileo. They are both translated "love" in the New Testament. The word phileo (love) means to be affectionate. Men corrupt the word agape (love) when they quote the Bible and imply that that agape is affection. John said, "God is love (agape)". Jesus said we are to love (agapeo - verb form of agape) our neighbor and our enemy (Mark 12:31; Matt. 5:44). He was not saying that we are to be affectionate (phileo) to them. He was saying that we are to "God" (agapeo) them,

since God is love (agape). We are to give our neighbor and our enemy all that God is --

his instruction. When we love (agape) our enemies we feed them the only food that is legal (prescribed) for sheep to consume (the law - instruction in God´s word). The Lord defined legal food for his people when he said to Adam, "You may eat of all the trees of the garden except -- (Gen. 2:16,17)". Love (agape) is feeding on the word of God. We love (agape) others when we fellowship (eating at the Lord´s "spiritual" table) with them, as we instruct in God´s word. If a man does not believe God and read his Bible (understanding instruction himself), he cannot possibly love ( agapeo/agape) his neighbor or his enemy as Christ commanded us to do. To love (agape) does not mean to show affection (phileo) to them, but rather to give them the truth of God´s word. "All the law (nomos - legal food - instruction) is fulfilled (finished or accomplished) in one word -- thou shalt love (agapeo - give God´s instruction) thy neighbor (Gal. 5:14)." "Love (agape) worketh no ill (evil) to "his" (agape is the person, God) neighbor: therefore love (agape) is the fulfilling of the law (Rom. 13:10)." God is not affection (phileo). He is instruction in truth. "Thy word (instruction) is truth (John 17:17)." There will be a shortage of love (agape) at the end of time. Jesus said, "because iniquity (unlawful food) shall abound, the love (agape - instruction in the word) of many shall wax cold (Matt. 24:12; Amos 8:11,12).

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Rock - I stand corrected - my bad - thanks.
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Greetings earthlings!! This is Rock Reynolds again!



Hi Person1!! Thanx for checkin’ in!

Person1, you cited many passages about “love” in the Bible.

Here’s a problem that I see with some of the passages.

Although the concept of love is real, the word “love” is very empty. The word “love”, is vibrations through the air. Nothing more.

True love is not the word “love”.

True love is what you do, not what you say.

I don’t remember where I heard this story, it may even be a parable that I don’t remember…

But the story is of the father who asks both of his sons to help him in the field.

Son #1 says, “Sure! I’ll be glad to help you out.”

Son #2 says, “No way! I’ve been workin’ all week myself, and I don’t feel sorry for you at all.”

An hour later, Son #2 was out helping his father in the field until the work was done.

Son #1 never showed up.

Person1, who loved the father more? Son #1 or Son #2?



Hi 1072!! Thanx for checkin’ in!

1072, I am glad that you had brought up the subject.

1072, I had forgot to mention to you…

Your point was valid. People need to made aware of the very point you highlighted. Even though we both agree that your observation was wrong, I respect it as a valid comment, because many people have that misunderstanding of Jesus.

More importantly, it’s a shame that some men have been convinced that it’s a sin to bop the baloney (You still listening, FHL(C)?).

Thanx for bringin’ it up, dude.



Rap wif ya’ later.

Rock
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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You hit it on the head FHL(c), our friend Rock seems to be a traveller of the Left Hand Path.

He just outed himself with this one. I can´t wait for the next installment... "Do unto others" was actually "Do what thou wilt."
Krystal
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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I do love myself...it is my neighbor, I hate. They move in here, and they form a homeowner´s association...assess a huge fee: $7,000.00, with the threat of liens, and foreclosure.

Do you blame me?

Oh, well, it is in the hand´s of the Creator. Anyway, it is a sign of the times.sigh

I am not my house. My house is only a perishable. I am my soul. My soul is everlasting.

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