Thursday, 8 December 2011

What Would Jesus Do?

In the times of trials and tribulation that began in the summer of 2011 for the corporations. People on social forums and those that are occupying London are asking 'What would Jesus Do? The BBC is now featuring the slogan that they say the young in the UK are aligning themselves with. A question of conscience and if there was ever a man that could prick the conscience of those that were sleeping it was certainly the Lute of Lovingkindness.

Well those that know him well, know what he would do. He would allow the protestors into St Paul's cathedral at nigh time and he would feed them all with a feast. He would inspire them with courage to continue and to never be afraid. He would tell the protestors they are truly blessed for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

He would hold the protestors in his arms, hug them and give them all a holy kiss. He would tell them, I will never leave you, we walk together side by side in equality. The storms shall come, hold my hand, trust me, you can walk on water. He would tell the protestors I love you.

He would shame the bankers, stock brokers and religious leaders and tell them what is coming upon them for their transgression of the law of the prophets that was given by his heavenly Father.

He would shame the governments and the rich for thoughts, words and deeds and tell them they are hypocrites and vipers. He would tell them woe is upon those that do not lift up the poor out of their poverty and help them. He would tell the stock brokers, bankers and David Cameron that they are from the Church of HaSatan.

There is no greater slogan than 'What would Jesus do? He would respond from his heart, give and give and give until the people who are protesting were filled up with his divine love. He would exalt them as kings and queens among men and women. He would elevate them above those that stand against them. He would tell them that they will inherit life eternal in the Kingdom of God, and that taking on those that oppose them is all about the ascension of the people and part of the healing process.



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