Atomic Jesus Supernaturalist
Jesus of Nazareth exclaimed, "How great is that darkness!" in reference to the dark powers of Satanic evil binding those human creatures who refuse the light of truth that Jesus the Christ Himself shines into that spiritual darkness of this present world.
"Unto us a child is born. Unto us a Son is given. The government shall be upon His shoulder. And His Name shall be called: 'Wonderful Counselor! The Mighty God! The Everlasting Father! The Prince of Peace!' Of the increase of His government and peace there shall be no end; upon the Throne of David and upon His kingdom: to order it, to establish it with judgment and with justice from henceforth. Even forever, the zeal of the LORD of hosts will perform this." Isaiah, chapter nine, verse six.
No matter how strenuous the protests against Him, Jesus of Nazareth is the Christ of God. The Christ stepped down from His eternal place and took a place alongside the common people of the Earth. In the temporal form called Jesus of Nazareth, the eternal Christ began settling the hash of spiritual corruption that has afflicted the Earth since the beginning of time.
Every living Soul-in-flesh on Earth is unique. Jesus of Nazareth is the most unique. In all of time, since time began, no one on Earth has ever spoken words or performed works to compare with those of Jesus. He proved His power and authority over everything in the "natural" world. "Even the wind and the waves of the sea obey Him!" Those words were spoken by one of the Christ's disciples. The disciples had been afraid the boat they were in would capsize in a big storm. Jesus woke from a sound sleep and calmed the storm with, "Peace. Be still."
What more can God Himself or an ordinary man do in this world after telling and demonstrating the absolute, final truth? Evidence of God's truth is already blazing in the sky. Some people choose to think the Earth and its universe are "accidents" that just-so happened. The spiritual darkness exhibited in such ludicrous thinking is carefully nurtured and nourished with humanistic rationale, theory, logic, theology, philosophy, religion, etc., etc., etc. Jesus of Nazareth says to them now, "How great is that darkness."
This page was created on March 17th 2002.