When I first heard about this, my first thought was: why are people surprised that some are so unhappy to the point of doing something like this? There are two main needs that people have. (1) A desire for inner peace, and (2) Romance and family. Both of those have been made very difficult in this society. As for inner peace, ONLY God can give that. As for a working romance and family, ONLY God’s ways can ensure that.
So then, can a society who has increasingly kicked God, Who is THE solution, out of the mainstream (schools, media, entertainment industries, government, insurance) not expect people to not have inner peace and not have working romances and families? No.
Therefore, THE solution, God, has to be restored into the society. PERIOD. Otherwise, the society is guilty for these things happening.
And I know that solution and can explain it well and in detail. But I’m SO frustrated because I’m blocked by the anti-God ways of the society to giving out my messages. (Thank you Patriot Update and Conservative Byte for letting me express them). I’ve tried many angles to get this message out, with PROOF – even the highly respected scientific proof – that God exists and the Bible is true (www.ConclusiveProofOfGod.com): I’ve tried by showing that God is THE cure for addiction and that it’s not a disease and that He can heal (www.AddictionFreeForever.com). And by the way, that program has helped over 2000 people. I’ve tried through political writing and speaking (www.ThePlagueOfLiberalism.com). But the gatekeepers of this world, even religious ones, have made it difficult to get these messages out. But I will keep working towards that end until the day I die. In fact, the Bible says that those of us who know that He is the answer will be held responsible for not helping to get that message out. So then, WHY are there so many “lukewarm” religious people? Yes, the society and sin-pushing democrats are definitely responsible. But why is the silent majority so silent?
It was asked of a psychiatrist on Fox News why after killing his mother he would go to her workplace. The comment was that this is insane and there is no reason. Were I to guess, I would say that maybe he wanted his mom at home. And that’s where mothers belong. They shouldn’t have out-of-the-home careers when there are children at home. I couldn’t imagine my mother not being home when I was growing up in the ‘50s. I imagine if that would have been the case, first I would have felt hurt and unloved, and then that would have turned into anger. Maybe that’s what happened here in Connecticut. Maybe he saw the school as having taken away his mom from their home. And then there’s the issue of divorce. The Bible says that God hates divorce. Why are people so selfish that they won’t do what it takes to make a marriage work? I blame feminism and alcohol as big factors. But the biggest factor is a lack of respect for God and studying and living out His ways.
Will the society finally wake up and get what I’m saying here? Will they not recognize that these shootings (including very close to me at the Clackamas Mall) didn’t happen in the ‘50s … when children started out the school day with prayer and the pledge of allegiance, which set a nice tone for the day? Now they talk about violent and lustful TV shows and movies. But deep inside, love and romance is craved, which is hard to make happen in a violent, lustful, combative and sinful world. Loving romance is tender, and therefore it hurts very badly when a romantic bond is broken. That leads to anger, callousness, depression and addiction. And sometimes that leads to situations like Connecticut.
There’s a line in the song “Vincent” that says, “They would not listen, they did not know how, perhaps they’ll listen now.” But it digresses later in the song when it says, “They would now listen, they’re not listening still, perhaps they never will.” That line has always choked me up when I sang it.
If you know of any place I can speak and give my presentation “Why Are We Here?”, please feel free to pass my information on. People need to know God and live out His ways … even if only in this temporary life. But doing so, or not doing so, will have a major effect after their temporary life is over.