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The Pearse's are not as fully in the Light as they may wish to think of themselves, and Oh Lord how I wish I knew how to show them the Glory, how I could reach them. Show me this way, give me my daily bread, and perhaps someday I can reach them, for they speak of, and follow, a false teacher, as Paul does in his Books of Romans, and his name, which I would always refuse to capitalize in your presence Christ, is "ABD-RU-SHIN," which, they, that is the Pearse's, even have developed an ungodly habit of putting into capital letters, like the Hebrew word of the LORD, which is You, Christ, Whom I am praying to, to ask that they step further into your Light, and from the twisted, and poisonous mind of this false teacher that they are on the verge of worshipping as a Holy prophet.

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Amen.
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I mean to say, of course, a false teacher, as Paul, guided by the Holy Ghost, SPEAKS OF, for a soul like Paul's was too pure to believe in a false teacher, though he could, through the Glory of Christ, distinguish intuitively between a false one a true one. Please help the Pearse's leave their vain basking under a sun of their own creation, for the "Creation" they speak of so dearly, is still in large part their's alone, and a part of the world, of worldly things, of Mammon, and the great sin which continues to flourish and spread in our time, and will always spread, until the End, until the Judgement comes and all evil is cast into the lake of fire for ever and ever. I pray to you Oh LORD of Lords to that they will make the sacrifice, which is akin to their favorite filmmaker's final movie, which is nothing more than a man sharing a vision of what is means to say goodbye to worldly things, to love his family...

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And, AND: it is their family, that I feel they are estranged from, their blood relations (are they still in Russia...?) and I must wonder what they could possibly think they are doing being estranged from them, from not like understanding that simple image, or message, that ends "KOYAANISQATSI" of an Indian Family's wisdom in trusting each other. They are foreigners in a strange land, and so like a foreigner shall always be when estranged from Home, they are a bit lost, and I pray to you Jesus Christ that they will help see this, if I have indeed intuited this to be something they are missing, a missing puzzle piece for them from Life; and I know it is you LORD who are the source of all matter and all that is Good, and I know that your Son is the glowing hand from the heaven in which both of you reside which will gently pull them further out of this great darkness and fog that is spreading over globe, I mean earth, of the universe; of earth: yes. Pull them up to the heaven, as there is only one (not "the heavens" in plural), which is a blasphemous belief Satan rejoices in, for he knows it leads man astray quite well from knowing their is only one heaven, one Place far above, in the nighttime sky, which the world lights, and the worldly pollution, have only begun to literally make cloudly. Please, I want them saved, and I want them to rejoice in your Holy name, Jesus Christ.

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Amen and The End to that prayer.
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Prayers (especially as misguided as the ones above) are best said in private, not displayed on a public message board.
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Typing at a computer to me feels like I'm in a private place, as if I'm in a private and dark room all by myself. The place where I live, here in Gwinnett and in this house, just doesn't feel to have many private, unpublic places anymore. But up here in my little "computer room" it feels a little bit private. So I often pray up here more than I do elsewhere. That is all.

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And besides, haven't you ever prayed in someone else's presence other than your own?

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Seems like "Return to Light" is a prayer... yet, in the film, which you star in, you pray not to Christ, but to your wife, who plays a dead character. A prayer for the dead, in other words. And that is a strong sign of utter vanity, my friend (by which I say sincerely, even if you feeling hate and disgust in your guts right now). When I first saw "Return to Light" I was thinking, (even then as an unbeliever in Jesus Christ, I mean) that this man (that is, you) is either utterly vain, or I'm totally misreading his film, but now I'm beginning to feel like my first impressions were right on the mark.

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This gentleman is in need of a strong dose of Nietszche.
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