A Word from the Author

Twe Stephens By Twe Stephens, 20th Nov 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/455je9hv/
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The Lord led me to write his story from the beginning to the end in a fictional form full
of interesting characters. My vision was to those who had never read the bible, would be able to learn the emotions, rationale, and reason that God did what he did, through this novel: to sear the paradigm shift that God gives answers to all that seek him

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A WORD FROM THE AUTHOR
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The Universe of God 2: The Chronicles of Jesus Christ dispels some of the nonsensical teachings of the Christian system. The Lord led me to write his story from the beginning to the end in a fictional form full of interesting characters. My vision was to those who had never read the bible, would be able to learn the emotions, rationale, and reason that God did what he did, through this novel: to sear the paradigm shift that God gives answers to all that seek him.

The Church saves people and does a lot of good work, and is a great place to worship and build Christian fellowship; but as for learning knowledge of him seems lacking, We die because of lack of knowledge, not because of lack of love for him.

This novel teaches the totality of the bible so the reader can understand with clarity the plan of God, and answers all questions that the system refuses to touch. Christians falsely believe that the Church would teach them everything they needed to know – at least the basics.

When I was in the church system I never really learned that much. I thought that when Jesus talked about a camel going through the eye of a needle – it was never taught he was talking about the needle gate that the city-states used when the main gate was shut. I thought it was literally impossible for a rich man to get into heaven – and that bothered me.

It bothered me that the God in the Old Testament was mean and blood thirsty and wanted everyone dead including women and children – it was genocide what was done in the Promised Land. I thought that every divorcee that remarried was going to hell. I thought I had to beat Jesus over the heads of my friends in a vain attempt to keep them from an eternal fry like bacon forever in hell. If I didn’t do that, I was somehow not a good Christian.

I asked how every animal that walks on land could fit in a boat three stories high and a football field long and still have enough food for a year, – and they told me to have faith and submit to authority.

I thought that Adam and Eve were the first people on the earth – but then again I knew if you put white people in Africa for 2,000 years – there would still be only white people there – kind after kind. I couldn’t get an answer where the races come from – because I knew the heat didn’t make me black, or the east didn’t make yellow slanted eyed people, or the monsoon didn’t create Indians, and surely the cold didn’t birth white skin – no one could answer my questions – it was shut up and have faith.

I had trouble understanding why Jesus and God had proper names but the Holy Spirit did not have a name. It just seemed that something was wrong but I could not get an answer to this question. I knew that there were 3 thrones in heaven – but who sat on the left hand of God, even Jesus was unable to voice – logic dictated that it should have been the nameless Holy Spirit; and but even Jesus acted like he didn’t know and more importantly why was that?. No one was able to answer my questions. I had trouble understanding why a divorced remarried couldn’t enter heaven, but a murderer could – it just didn’t make sense. I asked how a loving God could permit all this evil and I never got any intelligent answers back.

I didn’t understand why Jesus had to die for our sins when he threw us into this water that is called the flesh in the first place – and then cursed us for being wet – there had to be something missing. I wondered how God would always take care of you so much that you never had to fear, yet millions of Christians are starving in this world – didn’t he hear their prayers? I had trouble understanding how Christians would ask mountains to fall on them rather than run to Jesus at his second coming – what could they have possibly done that they’d run from Jesus? I wondered why God would blind his own people and make them believe a lie – that just didn’t make sense.

I asked if God loved us so much, why did he put us in this evil world. I knew what love was and I was smart enough to know THAT wasn’t love or loving – no matter what his Son did for us. The bible said that GOD GIVES ANSWERS – but I had so many questions and no one knew the answers – it didn’t make sense. I wondered why he didn’t save his disciples from death, the Christians from the lions, why we were here, and what was his esoteric endgame plan for all of this. I wondered why all of this was necessary.

I wondered why the Angels that fell never got pardoned for their sins – weren’t they his children also like us; didn’t he love them as much as he loved me. Why didn’t Jesus die for them too? I never got answers from any ministers of God.

I wondered why some were chosen for Heaven and others created for Hell - for it didn’t make any sense. I knew I would never have a child that I knew that I would not only have to kill, but to torture for an eternity forever and forever. It didn’t make any sense, for logic dictates that if he knew everything from beginning to end that he would have made nothing but loving children; again, it made no sense-- what I was told.

I wondered why the Rapture didn’t make any sense; and wondered why it wasn’t taught anywhere publically until after 1839 – that somehow it was a doctrine that Paul was supposed to have taught – it didn’t make sense. I was hesitant to get married for maybe it wouldn’t be a successful endeavor and I’d be cursed with perpetual singlehood and enforced chastity for all my days. I was afraid to be saved because somehow Jesus didn’t do the saving - I could somehow do something that would cause me to loose it. I was living in trepidation and uncertainty for my soul, for everything was a maybe or a might or a perhaps – I never got any definitive answers.

The Universes of God 2: The Chronicles of Jesus Christ gives answers to all these questions and enlarges your soul with the knowledge of him – answering all the questions the system is unwilling to answer. This novel addresses all those who have unanswered questions that somehow can’t be answered – to know there are answers – for God gives answers – not theories, maybes, or possibly…

The Universe of God 2: The Chronicles of Jesus Christ takes the reader from the Tower of Babel to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It covers thousands of years of biblical history and brings a deeper understanding to the word of God in a beautiful and exciting format.

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
28th Feb 2013 (#)

Twe . I am so glad you had a questioning mind , and that the Lord gave you the answers in your writings .
God bless you always.
Stella

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author avatar Twe Stephens
28th Feb 2013 (#)

Than you for your kind words

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