Re: The Living Word Fellowship, The Walk, John Robert Stevens
Date: November 27, 2019 09:11PM
Posted by: kBOY
Date: November 27, 2019 03:56AM
"It does make him seem a bit more human."
Somehow our fantasies (both his and ours) morphed him into a 'super-human'. Fantasies are like bubbles which eventually P O P !
That is very true, kBOY. I was thinking more along the lines of JRS' repentance on his death bed shows his remaining humanity in the end. (As opposed to his narcissistic fiend persona.)
I remember hearing a story from JRS to a few people prior to the divorce from Martha. He recounted what Martha had said to him one morning. She asked him, "Well, are you feeling more divine today?" I believe this was supposed to prove her nephilim nature by showing how she mocked him for his allegedly becoming Christ in the flesh. Now I think it's extremely funny. Martha was a spunky lady.
Yes, I wish I had known of his repentance long ago also. G&M based their hostile takeover on the fantasy that JRS had passed the mantle to them before he died. That fairy tale alone cost many people years, relationships, and family. We paid for this priviledge of losing everything with our souls and our agency. I'm sure that the people who kept these secrets had already paid Marilyn with those things and believed in their hearts that they were doing God's will. I'm thankful that some are speaking now.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 11/27/2019 09:13PM by Reepicheep.