Re: The Living Word Fellowship, The Walk, John Robert Stevens
Date: January 13, 2019 01:29PM
wow 1400 posts. i invite you to the caboose - a few days interlude; doing sudoku, listening to brubeck and reading steinbeck's catcher in the rye - hah, that's just my being playful - cannery row i purposed to suggest, book or, to a lesser but easier extent, the movie. i've no doubt that you are moving on. on one hand, letting all this shit go and on and the other hand, energized, impassioned and determined to leave no soldier behind. i will always encourage you to fight the good fight; you've the mettle, insights and fortitude to carry on. and there are many, like myself, who post and others who choose to not post not presently, but i believe some eventually will.
i need to ask the question for those of you who are vastly more acquainted to the the answer - who is gary hargrave? for all the accounts that i have read, he is someone who sold his soul to the the devil; ah not to be a blues singer but to rise to the pinnacle of earthly power in this tiny, very tiny enclave of adherents, but nevertheless, powerful enough to lay up treasures on earth that should make ridicule of those who formerly embraced him. to the moderator, it is essentially, not at all my intention to blame the afflicted. my supreme intent is an appeal to gary hargrave. what brought you to christianity? what principles of that faith drew you to it? i am speaking of the basics, mr. hargrave - forgiveness for transgressions committed, a yearning for a greater understanding of our existence beyond our understanding. no, you lost any sense of moral fortitude when you sold your soul to marilyn's pussy not unlike jrs did. supreme cowards, both of you. and now , hargrave, you are running and cashing in to the cash cow. and those of those who bought into your ruse who are left with nothing but nothing - to those, i suggest, rise up and understand the horrible fact, the incredible and horrible fact, you were played and always have been. and this forum allows you to tell your story.
happy trails, prettyboy