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Heaven

Devin Stevens Presents Literature

“And as He spoke He no longer looked to them like a lion; but the things that began to happen after that were so great and beautiful that I cannot write them. And for us this is the end of the stories, and we can most truly say that they all lived happily ever after. But for them it was only the beginning of the real story. All their life in this world and all their adventures in Narnia had only been the cover and the title page: now at last they were beginning Chapter One of the Great Story which no one on earth has read: which goes on forever: in which every chapter is better than the one before.”

C.S. “The Last Battle”

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“The Bolt”

If you have ever been introduced to religious conservativeChristianity”, you know that feeling you get when you feel like you have sinned? That you aren’t good enough for God? That you are a sinner, and there’s no way out? Or that you can never get close enough to God? That torturous guilt, unbearable fear, and intractable sadness?

Well, that is “The Bolt”!
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Keep your eyes
Towards the Heavenly skies
And welcome to the surprise of
The Bolt

Keep your head down
To the Heavenly crown
Lest ye make God frown:
Accept the Bolt

Don’t have too much fun
Bathing in the sun
Because it’s time to run
Into the Bolt

Don’t think about sex
Or you’ll cause God to vex;
Don’t worry about the complex
Because “the Bolt”

Women will trap you
And try to seduce you
So we will abuse you
WITH THE BOLT!!!

Do not relax:
Absorb BIBLICAL FACTS
To stay on the right track:
Here’s SOME BOLT.

Don’t ask deep questions
About whether the Devil will get ya
Because we will upset ya:
THE BOLT!

That dreaded evil science,
How dare it defy us!
God will make all fry for us
WITHOUT BOLT!

We scare you with love,
God’s gift from above,
Represented by doves:
THE BOLT!

Come to our churches
And listen to our sermons
Lest ye be sinful vermin:
ACCEPT THE BOLT!

The world’s full of sinners
But we’re God’s first winners
Cause we pray before dinner
WITH THE BOLT!

We kill all pleasure
To an unholy measure
And destroy all man’s leisure
WITH THE BOLT!!!!!!

God damn all those famous;
Gay boy-on-boy anus;
No way to contain us:
THE BOLT!

We have Ten Commandments
Which God uses to judge us
And ultimately destroy us
WITHOUT THE BOLT!!!!!!

Don’t sleep tonight
Without looking up high
And telling the Almighty goodnight
WITH THE BOLT!!!!!!!!!!!!

Check all your sins;
Measure your heart from within
To make sure you win
WITH THE BOLT!!!

Convert other people
To come under our steeple
Because we are all sheeple
UNDER THE BOLT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

All will fry forever
Because God’s trust has been severed
Because we thought we were clever
BUT THE BOLT!

In the end, there’s not darkness
But ultimately hotness
For those who were thoughtless
OF THE BOLT!!!!!!

Jesus died for your sins
So that you could come in
To our church and begin
ACCEPTING THE BOLT!!!!!!
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Free Will Contradictions.

Religious.

“The Grasp”.

“The Grip”.

Small Town Religion.

Take things for granted.

As we close the season of giving, which follows the season of thanks, I would like to propose a message to you that, although consciously, I feel like I’ve just thought of, subconsciously, has probably been stewing for quite some time.

We should all hope that we are in a position to take things for granted, because that means that things are going swimmingly (and isn’t that what we all say that we are thankful for during the holiday season? Why would we give thanks for it if we can’t actually enjoy it for ourselves? It isn’t selfish to want good things to happen to you, and to enjoy them when they do. It’s HUMANITARIAN. It’s HUMAN. It’s…GOOD).

Teaching and preaching some kind of message that we should (quite literally) give our thanks out loud to God compulsorily don’t really give glory to God at all, and actually destroy the good peace and harmony that come from God’s gifts.

Now, it could be argued that when one is afraid of losing something that one loves, one becomes quite frantic, and thus, may compulsorily “give thanks” as an appeal to God to keep Him from taking away said gift. I can certainly understand that line of thinking.

However, ironically, this diminishes the value of the gift, as a gift can only be enjoyed when one is relaxed, is at peace, and experiences happiness from the gift.

And the purpose of a gift being given is for the receiver to enjoy it.

Insightful.

A Treatise on Stubbornness.

A Philosopher’s Mind.

Highly Sensitive Mind.