A list of self-proclaimed messiah’s: Why?
I’m very bothered by this lately. Why?
For those people who are patiently awaiting Jesus’ return, what must one do, with so many of these people floating around? Why?
This bothered me so much, that I am writing a post about it. I almost didn’t. Right this moment, I could easily close my laptop and do something else worthwhile. Like, catch up on some great Netflix shows. I wish I could wave a magic wand and bring truth to this confusion. Though, the messiah’s in question appear to be positive they in whatever alphabetical order they appear, are convinced they are the savior.
If I’m going to write this, I’m going to give it proper attention. And more questions than answers. So, let’s begin:
Would the real Jesus need to be on a list on Wikipedia?
Who is the real Jesus, and does He have to be a man?
Is Jesus a member of an 8-billion population today, 6/28/2021?
What on earth would Jesus say to this nonsense? Would he casually touch the heads of these fake messiah’s and forgive them and wake them from a long and dreamy sleep? (That’s what the real Jesus would do.)
Would the real Jesus profit off of the poor, confused, and brain-washed? Like with money, jets, mansions…
Would the real Jesus get angry with me for writing this with a touch of sarcasm and flippant questions with a bit of vinegar and water?
I will stop here with the questions. The reality is, there has always been wannabe messiah’s through the ages. I just can’t seem to wrap my head around why I am so deeply affected as of late with this nonsense. The last thing I want is for God to get angry with me if indeed, Jesus walks amongst us, but hasn’t even made it to the Wikipedia list. Wouldn’t that be something?
What are your thoughts folks? I’m ready, come at me – :=]
Many blessings, Sandi