What was the Point of it all, Anyway?
This morning, God (YHWH) led me to the following article:
I am sharing it here because it is probably the most insightful and thought-provoking piece of writing that I have encountered in a very long time. I strongly urge you to invest the time to read it carefully. In it, author Jim Quinn likens our dystopian world to the 1998 movie The Truman Show, starring Jim Carrey and to Plato's writing, The Allegory of the Cave, both of which I am well familiar. I even drew parallels between our sick and perishing world and The Truman Show and the movie, The Matrix, in my 2015 book, Making Sense Out of a World Gone Mad. The parallels were obvious to me some eight years ago, but they are all the more obvious after the last three years of the Covid farce that has exposed the soft underbelly of mankind as lacking in all empathy, heart and humanity. It is a dark and evil world with which I am intimately familiar, thanks to my universally demon-possessed family which I have totally disowned, rejected and disavowed. And my own family story is by no means unique today. I know it to be far more common than most people dare to contemplate. But the far greater question for all of humanity, is the title of this article: What was the point of it all, anyway?
We are living in the final days of the end times of Bible prophecy. Of that there can be no doubt. The fact that the vast majority of humanity, well over 99% of it, is clueless and in total denial of this greater reality in no way alters this simple fact. It merely demonstrates quite conclusively that mankind is, and always has been, totally depraved and quite insane. For those who make up the over 99% who are brain dead and clueless that anything is amiss, the subject of this article falls on deaf, dumb and blind ears. You cannot have an intelligent dialog with brain dead zombies. The only recourse is to move on to greener pastures, seeking out kindred spirits of heart, wisdom, knowledge, righteousness, holiness, virtue, compassion, modesty, humility and empathy who make up God's remnant of His elect: the under 1% whom God chose since before the foundations of the world, to become His born again adopted sons and daughters who comprise His elect.
Ironically, the most evil and vile creatures who have ever walked this earth, the devil-worshipping impostors posing as "jews" have attempted to usurp this distinction of having been chosen by God for themselves. However, as we saw in my last article, their god is not Yahuwah (YHWH or God ) of the KJV Bible as they leave us to wrongly assume, but the exact opposite of this: the devil himself, the father of lies and the destroyer. This is an act of the most brazen form of chutzpah, that defies the sensibilities of anyone with even a hint of moral decency to him or her. The fact that any person or group of devil worshippers could be so twisted and evil as to claim godliness for themselves ought to make any noble and decent person want to puke. But the truth is, it seldom does, because the number of noble and decent people who make up any nation, tribe or community is minute compared to the vast majority of humanity who are lying, selfish, greedy, uncaring brutes who are incapable of feeling deep caring emotions of honor, faithfulness and responsibility to others over their own immediate selfish interests and lusts.
This is a pretty damning condemnation of the state of man, but it is nothing new. YHWH and Yahushua have been asserting these very descriptions of the nature of man from the very beginning in the Garden of Eden, and proving it time and time again in the countless stories of the Bible, especially in the stories of God's prophets in the Old Testament, who spoke for God and who modeled His righteousness for His chosen nation of ancient Israel during their lifetimes. These few men of faith and devotion to YHWH modeled to their nation the ways of YHWH with spirits of devotion to duty and responsibility to their fellow men and, for the time that they were living, as in the days of the Judges, these righteous leaders made a profound impact for good in their communities and nation. But it never lasted beyond their own lives. The power of total depravity and sin overwhelmed any blessings and provision that YHWH showered upon those eras for their righteousness, wisdom and obedience to His commandments. In short, mankind, apart from God (YHWH) is totally depraved, sinful and rotten to the core. That is the message of the entire Bible story, which the wicked and the foolish seek to distort and malign every way they possibly can in overt hostility and hatred toward God. This total depravity and hatred toward God is no accident. God has designed this rebellious spirit into the heart of all men of the non-elect and He is the ultimate author of their hatred toward Him. This fact ought to perplex all but the most clear and critical thinking thought leaders among us. Why would God do such a self-destructive thing? Answering this question is the purpose of this article.
God Plays Favorites
Those who make up the vast majority of mankind bristle at the notion that God plays favorites and does not treat everyone equally or the same. But He does; the KJV Bible is crystal clear on this. But you will never get anyone who numbers among the reprobate over 99% to ever acknowledge or admit to this simple truth, because that is part of their vain nature which God has created in them. The Book of Proverbs, the book of wisdom of the Bible teaches the godly, the righteous and the wise that it is impossible to have any kind of a fruitful discussion or conversation with the wicked and the foolish, even if you are trying to help them learn to stop shooting themselves in the foot:
"Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest thou also be like unto him." Proverbs 26:4
"Answer a fool according to his folly, lest he be wise in his own conceit." Proverbs 26:5
"Go from the presence of a foolish man, when thou perceivest not in him lips of knowledge." Proverbs 14:7
"Forsake the foolish, and live; and go in the way of understanding. He that reproveth a scorner getteth to himself shame: and he that rebuketh a wicked man getteth himself a blot. Reprove not a scorner, lest he hate thee; rebuke a wise man, and he will love thee. Give instruction to a wise man, and he will love thee. Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be yet wiser: teach a just man, and he will increase in learning." Proverbs 9:6-10
In short, for a wise and a righteous man to engage with a wicked and foolish man is a fool's errand. Nothing good can possibly come of it. Instead, walk away from such defiling creatures. They will merely mess with your peace and steal your joy. But how would a wise and righteous man-in-training become truly wise and righteous? Only by learning how to recognize and distinguish between the wicked and the foolish on the one hand, and the wise and the righteous on the other, using God's inspired and infallible word to teach us the telltale characteristics of both types of people. And this takes many years of trial and error and practice to truly master and the more we are treated unjustly and badly and abused by our wicked and foolish tormenters, the more wise and righteous we will eventually become. This most assuredly has been my own experience. I could not have grown in wisdom and righteousness without these trials of affliction, persecution and suffering I have endured, especially at the hands of my entire demon-possessed, God-hating family, to grow me in strength of character and in wisdom.
In many places in the Bible, God makes it clear that He chooses a very few people to become His adopted sons and daughters, His born again in His Holy Spirit, chosen or elect ones. These individuals, whose names are written in the Lamb's Book of Life, are destined to become humble, noble, righteous, caring, compassionate, responsible to others and wise through affliction and suffering. These individuals are variously referred to in the Bible as God's elect and His vessels of honor fitted unto His mercy. These individuals constitute a very small minority of any population in any given era. The Bible is not definitive in this regard, but we are left with a couple of clues and whispers as to the ratio between the the good and the bad, between the elect and the non-elect:
"I will not be afraid of then thousands of people, that have set themselves against me round about." Psalm 3:6
"A thousand shall fall at thy side, and ten thousand at thy right hand (the hand that holds the battle sword); but it shall not come nigh thee." Psalm 91:7 (parenthetical added for clarity)
So we can rightly surmise that on the order of one out of every 10,000 people or .01% are likely to number among God's elect in any given community, nation or era of history. As such, we are overwhelmingly outnumbered and cannot possibly prevail against the wicked and the foolish, the non-elect, on our own. This is by God's deliberate design. He is teaching us to depend totally upon Him and Him alone in His might and power. Trust and faith are synonymous and mean the same thing. Trust is the essential foundation of all genuine relationships of integrity and permanence and this is what God is seeking to instill in each one of us who number among His elect. He seeks a genuine relationship of integrity, respect and uniqueness with each one of us.
Those who do not number among God's elect, His vessels of honor, are therefore the non-elect, His vessels of dishonor fitted unto His wrath and eventual destruction, once they have outlived their purpose and usefulness to God:
"Hath not the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour, and another unto dishonour? What if God (Eloah), willing to shew his wrath, and to make his power known, endured with much longsuffering the vessels of wrath fitted to destruction: And that he might make known the riches of his glory on the vessels of mercy, which he had afore prepared unto glory, Even us, whom he hath called, not of the Jews (the Judahites from the tribe of Judah, not the Talmudic Khazars) only, but also of the Gentiles?" Romans 9:21-24 (Parenthetical added for clarity; boldface added for emphasis)
This Bible passage is perhaps one of the most hated, reviled and ignored passages in the entire Bible by the non-elect who really have no business reading the Bible at all, because without God's Holy Spirit in them, it is totally unintelligible to them. It is a spiritual book that can only be understood spiritually by God's Holy Spirit guiding us into all truth, as God intended.
The wicked and the foolish who number among God's non-elect, either shun the Bible completely, or seek to undermine and discredit it every way imaginable. One of the ways they do this is by attempting to pull a single Bible verse out of the context in which it is written to twist and distort the true meaning and intent of its divine author (God). Two of their favorite verses for pulling this trick are the following:
"Judge not, that ye be not judged." Matthew 7:1 and
"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." John 3:16
These deceivers thus claim that it is a sin to judge others or their behavior because of what Matthew 7:1 says in isolation of the four verses which follow it. Similarly these snakes claim that John 3:16 states that God loves everybody equally. The Bible is very clear that He does not. God abhors the wicked, but loves the righteous. and an honest reading of the five verses that follow John 3:16 establish this truth to be so. But no one of the non-elect is the least bit interested in the truth and so you will never witness any of them concede these two points, even when confronted with the relevant Bible verses. They will lie and malign you every way they can, but they will never concede their error, because if they do, it points to their own judgment and eternal damnation that torments their many lying demons to no end.
In summary, all of world history and all of our lives consist of spiritual battles between forces of good and evil which God has orchestrated to test and refine the righteous and the wise (the elect) by using the wicked and the foolish (the non-elect) to oppose and afflict them. Once the elect have been tested, refined and purified, the non-elect are of no further use to God and hence He has planned from the very beginning to destroy them to put an end to evil once and for all. We now find ourselves right at the end of God's play in which He promises to rescue His elect from this perishing world before He burns the rest of it up in scorching heat and searing fire. The non-elect will all be found guilty of sin and the wages of sin is death: ultimately the second death in eternal torment in a burning lake of fire and brimstone. The elect, whose sins have been imputed to, covered by and paid for by the sacrificial death of Yahushua on the cross will be justified and the righteousness of Yahushua will be impute to them and they therefore will be viewed as spotless and without sin by YHWH and ushered into eternal life in a new heaven and new earth wherein dwelleth righteousness that will last forever. This has been the plan of God foretold in the Bible for thousands of years. Today, we face this imminent conclusion to God's story or history (His story). This was the point of it all.