Holy Spirit Tells Jeremiah Johnson That Donald Trump is the Trumpet of God

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According to the CHARISMA website, Jeremiah Johnson is a prophetic minister. In other words, God talks directly to Johnson. Johnson, an elder at Heart of the Father Ministry in Lakeland, Florida, recently heard from God about Donald Trump: (link no longer active)

Trump shall become My trumpet to the American people, for he possesses qualities that are even hard to find in My people these days. Trump does not fear man nor will he allow deception and lies to go unnoticed. I am going to use him to expose darkness and perversion in America like never before, but you must understand that he is like a bull in a china closet. Many will want to throw him away because he will disturb their sense of peace and tranquility, but you must listen through the bantering to discover the truth that I will speak through him. I will use the wealth that I have given him to expose and launch investigations searching for the truth. Just as I raised up Cyrus to fulfill My purposes and plans, so have I raised up Trump to fulfill my purposes and plans prior to the 2016 election. You must listen to the trumpet very closely for he will sound the alarm and many will be blessed because of his compassion and mercy. Though many see the outward pride and arrogance, I have given him the tender heart of a father that wants to lend a helping hand to the poor and the needy, to the foreigner and the stranger.”

Well, one thing is for sure…Donald Trump is a blowhard, the next Herb Alpert of God’s brass band of fools.

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73 Comments

  1. B.E. Miller

    I so want to hear Trump’s ex-wives give their opinion on Trump and how he views “lies and deception” and Trumps “compassion and mercy”. And I can hear myself saying, “Preach it, Sister” as they do.

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    1. wilda

      I refused to support Trump until God corrected me and told me that it wasn’t about me but about the man God placed His grace and anointing from for this time in our nation. God shut me up when He told me that Peter the disciple had a loud mouth as well and David who was anointed by God and the ONLY man referred to in the Bible as “a man after God’s own heart” yet he committed adultery and killed the husband of the woman who he committed adultery with. God also showed me tgat Trump was the one anointed for the office of presidency. I had to repent for pointing the finger and thinking God was not capable of using a man who had an ungodly past like most of us do.

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      1. Geoff

        If god appointed Trump then god’s a damn fool.

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        1. Conservativebynature

          Matthew 5:22

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          1. Michael Mock

            Irrelevant.

          2. Geoff

            Dawkins : The God Delusion chapter 7 verse 14

        2. JM

          You are on seriously dangerous ground and need to repent to God.

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          1. Bruce Gerencser (Post author)

            *sigh*

        3. Sam

          My friend, God uses the foolish things of this world to confound the wise. He will not share His glory with any man, not even Trump…

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          1. Geoff

            If I read that quickly, very quickly indeed, it appears to make sense. Stop and think about it and it starts turning into ‘word salad’.

        4. Linda

          What you say now Geoff????

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        5. BE rean

          I notice you didn’t capitalize GOD — meaning you must be referring to another god of your choice.

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        6. Gert van Kraayenburg

          Yes Geoff, you speak about yourself in your own words conmdemming yourself as a fool.

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          1. Bruce Gerencser (Post author)

            But at least he can spell.

        7. terry crossie

          if it is true or not , a statement like that is almost boarding on blasphemy. God in his plan has guided societies and circumstances that have resulted in wicked leaders leading countries, it is all an over all plan , one we certainly have no insight in to

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      2. Bruce

        if this prophecy does not come to pass are you willing to label Jeremiah Johnson a false prophet?

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        1. tomnchrist

          It has already come true!

          He did not say that Trump would win, but that he would expose the corruptness of our political system, and he is doing that.

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          1. gimpi1

            No, Mr. Trump is making up lies and idiotic conspiracy-theories worthy of a tinfoil hat, and you apparently are foolish enough to believe him.

      3. J.D. Matthews

        I wish stupidity would burn people’s asshole, so they’d know they were being stupid. Yeesh.

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        1. Brian

          Actually, J.D., I have experienced this in my life and can attest to its educational value. I believe it was in college and had to do with tequila, very spicy Mexican food and excessive partying. Oh dear, thanks for the memories…

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    2. Charlene Perry Dohmann (Charlie)

      Trump’s ex wife Ivana (sp) did respond. She said he is a great leader and will make a great president.
      http://pagesix.com/2016/01/05/ivana-trump-fully-supports-donalds-run-for-president/

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    3. lana ham

      I have heard his ex- wife, and she think he will make a wonderful president. In fact they said she is helping him with his campaign.

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  2. Connie

    I learned today that trump in slang means fart. ๐Ÿ˜€

    “Trump shall become My trumpet to the American people, for he possesses qualities that are even hard to find in My people these days. ”

    I find Pastor Johnson to be accurate on his description of Donald Trump. I also found reading Johnsons praise of ‘trump’ too funny.

    Who knew trump and fart were interchangeable. LOL
    And indeed, there are not many people like Donald Trump. This is a very good thing in my opinion as he is careless with truth and contains not a single drop of empathy or compassion for anyone else but himself.

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    1. Geoff

      Classy hairstyle though!

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  3. Brian

    I visited JJ’s site and it makes me want to kill abusive fucks who harm children like this…. According to JJ, your first job with kids and is to reign over them with an iron hand, like Gawd-shit reigns over JJ. (at least as he sees it). You must ruin them to create good servants. Fucking assholes like this really sicken me.
    My older brother, long into woo-woo, used to tell his kids to do something and then count to three before he went at them with a tool, a paint-stir stick or something ‘humane’ like that…. Thank-you JESUS! I have always told my bro he was wrong and is a sicko for hitting children but he claims GAWWWWD!
    Fuck, this makes me rage. What a complete and utter asshole.
    I will not even speak to his prophecy regarding hair-man for president. It’s a match, as I see it.

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    1. Angiep

      I so agree. I followed the link to his web site and found this gem: Dr. James Dobson speaks great wisdom when He says, โ€œI firmly believe in acquainting children with Godโ€™s judgement and wrath while they are young. Nowhere in the Bible are we instructed to skip over the unpleasant verses in the Scriptures. The wages of sin is death, and children have a right to understand that truth from an early age.โ€ Great, let’s just traumatize our kids. This is terrible advice for parents, but I heard s&*t like that all the time when I was a young mom in the church. I think this guy thinks of himself as God to his kids…what a creep.

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  4. Marlena

    I notice he carefully doesn’t say whether Truml will win the election or not. Very convenient that “God” sends him a vague message that cannot be proven true or false!

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  5. RedPonyDriver

    I love reading these clowns who say that “God told…” them this or that. For all their bible-thumping, they forget that whole thing about what to do with a false prophet.

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  6. John Arthur

    Hey Bruce,

    It looks like like this “prophet” has been “boozing” on the spirits all night. (smiley face). Where do get all these delusional people from?

    Shalom,

    John Arthur

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  7. Greg

    It is not the first time God used a donkey for good.

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    1. Bruce Gerencser (Post author)

      I’d say it’s more of an ASS using God.

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      1. Todd Lilje

        It is now February, 2016. Trump came in second in Iowa, won in NH, and the SC primary is tomorrow. One thing is for certain; Trump is not going quietly into the night!

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  9. Jim welch

    If JJ is correct then those that trashed his words are fools, for not listening to Gods voice.

    If JJ is not correct, i.e. Trump does not become president then JJ is a false prophet.

    It is that simple.

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    1. Bruce Gerencser (Post author)

      This is only true if you are a believer. I am not, so all we really have here is one fool hearing voices in his head telling him that another fool will be president. It is great theater.

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      1. Gert van Kraayenburg

        And the voices in his head came from the Almighty God Creator you blaspheme to your own regret without help.

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        1. Bruce Gerencser (Post author)

          And your evidence for the voices being your version of the Christian God is what?

          Maybe Johnson has multiple personalities disorder.

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  10. the gospel of grace

    all these christians with varying opinion on Trump.

    it would have been better if every speaks the same about Trump

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  11. Mary Taylor

    Trump admitted he’s never asked for forgiveness. No one can be a Christian without forgiveness. You can be a false Christian in name only, but not a Christian in the true sense. Trump and this Jeremiah lose all credibility right here.

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  12. Brian

    I’m with you, Mary Taylor! Imagine if Trump was a real copyright Christian. He could make abortion illegal and take away women’s rights altogether, try to impose Christian government on all of us and claim that his need to wipe out all his enemies is God’s message straight to him. Thank goodness he is hasn’t asked for forgiveness.

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  13. Robin

    Everything this pastor has said is coming to past. He is a man of God, so this is my opinion. Amen Pastor Jeremiah Johnson!

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    1. J.D. Matthews

      Your opinion is rubbish. That’s a fact.

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    2. Ann Hampton

      Robin, I agree, I’ve been watching in the news to see if the prophecies are coming true. So far what he’s said is coming to past. It seems that your comment is the Only Comment that sees that God can do all of these things. They make fun of and blast God and Trump. It’s a shame that all of these commenters are so AN-TI God and so AN-TI Trump. They are Pathetic Heathen who has No Use for God. And Yes, Amen Pastor Jeremiah Johnson, and Donald Trump !!!!

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      1. Geoff

        The problem, Ann, is that if there is no god then your comment makes no sense.

        I might also say that, as an outsider, I always looked to Christianity as being, albeit untrue, at least a religion of love, tolerance, and peace. How naive I was! Since the dawn of this type of forum on the internet I see that Christianity is the very opposite of what I hold true. Trump stands for all the hateful, intolerant, spiteful, war mongering that represents the very worst society has to offer. That Christians are supporting him in droves gives lie to the claim that theirs is the way.

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        1. Brian

          But he will punish us! We are so bad and have given up our right to be happy and so China and Mexico and unemployment and mass killings! Master Thumper Trump will build our prison wall and punish everyone so they believe again and God is great, I mean America is great and God is good and stuff like that…. Beat me, Donald, hurt us all… we so deserve it!
          Thank you, sweet God for bringing the Master to us. We might have ended up with Cruz-along but for your divine intervention with the Master Thumper Trumpet Trumper! What wonders you perform!

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      2. Michael Mock

        Do tell, Ann Hampton. Which specific prophecies are coming true in which specific ways?

        Forgive me if I sound dubious, but I’ve been hearing this stuff since at least the eighties — this or that event on the nightly news had to be the fulfillment of prophecy. Then, when it turned out that it wasn’t, it was some other news item that had to be the fulfillment of prophecy. Same prophecy, mind you, now clearly being fulfilled by some new event.

        Don’t just make the claim. Show your work. If there’s a compelling reason for us to think that this is something more than wishful thinking on your part, we’ll listen — so you’ve got a great opportunity to save some sinners, here.

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      3. John Arthur

        Hi Ann,

        If you believe that the bible is God’s Word, where in that book does it say that Donald Trump will be President of the USA? I can’t find it anywhere. Neither can you, because it’s not there. You must be gullible if you take Johnson’s word as God’s word. Even if trump becomes president, how does this make Johnson a prophet?

        Of course, if the book is not God’s word or if God does not exist, then there cannot be God’s true prophets.

        Shalom,

        John Arthur

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        1. John Arthur

          Hi Ann,

          If God exists but is not the Christian God, it might be possible that he has spoken in other ways, but how do we know? What evidence do you bring to support the view that God exists? If god speaks through Christian prophets, what evidence do you have that Johnson is such a prophet? If God speaks through the bible, how do you account for the bible’s numerous discrepancies or much immoral behaviour performed and commanded by god?

          Shalom,

          John Arthur

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  14. Almetter

    This is from Almetter Francis, God,s word is truth, if God say who, will be president no matter how it look,God is not a

    If God said it He will bring it to pass.

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    1. Brian

      hoogy molo booba monga doobee do dong dimsung hop be bongo hollow jew bo loo do nip nip… Almetter brings the final word and Amen.

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  15. JR

    It is madness to suggest that Trump is a bastion of righteousness determined to expose corruption. He may be showing up the failure of certain liberal policies but he is a billionaire whose God is power and wealth. He shows no sign of compassion for the poor or even christians. What would the jesus of the new testament say to him? Give up your wealth and follow me. And Trump would say fuck off. Evangelical televangelists like Trump because their God is wealth and power too. They too would tell the historical jesus to fuck off.

    Trump as a wealthy white man isn’t going to make America a fair place to live only a good place for those who can help themselves.

    Times like these i strangely find myself agreeing more with idiots like Anderson or Fred Phelps that if there is a God he would hate America.

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  16. Asanka

    God has Spoken. …

    For confirmation of the above prophetic word please read Isaiah 45..and repent.

    Understanding of Isaiah 55:8 & 9 will also be beneficial..

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    1. Geoff

      I find that bible verses, any, give me heartburn.

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  17. Regina

    Well, Looks like Jeremiah is truly a Prophet who hears God. Praise God!

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    1. John Arthur

      Hi Regina,

      So if someone predicted that Trump would win the election ( a minority to be sure) does that mean that they were prophets of God? If so, then would not any atheist or agnostic who correctly predicted the election result also be a prophet of God? The whole thing is preposterous.

      There was always some probability that Trump would be elected (even if that was below 50%) that any prediction that this result would happen does not justify jumping to the conclusion that someone like Johnson (who guesses the result) actually heard from God.

      Shalom,

      John Arthur

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    2. Mary scheel

      Jeremiah seems to contradict himself….He describes Trump as NOT being one of God’s people, as someone who possess qualities that God’s people do not possess. Then, according to Jeremiah, Trump will be a mouthpiece of God. Where in the bible does the Holy Spirit speak through people of the world? BTW, I am a Christian.

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      1. Brian

        Hi Mary, Consistency is not something you will find in Christianity. There are a million versions and still counting. You get yours from your own needs, perhaps including the need to follow a leader, a pastor, a wise man or whatever. Jeremiah does not need to be consistent any more than the rest of the club.
        Belief is about feelings, human needs. How else would such silly talk be taken to heart? Jesus died on the Cross in such a such year for you, Mary, because you are evil-born. What a crock. The man, Jesus, who wandered around said some very interesting things for human beings to ponder. It is too bad we had to raise it all into the realm of woo because some of it may be very useful to us, not via Trump evangelical sycophants though.
        It is my conviction the historical Jesus would not attend most American churches because they have nothing to do with what he spoke of…. they are sick little schools for hate, for blind patriotism, flag worship and big big denial about what the USA has been and has become. The Jesus who never fit in anywhwere would be in the streets, I imagine, making poetry.
        Here in my neck of the woods, the patriarchal power structure runs a radio station that plays mostly sixties and seventies music, lots of protest and counter-culture stuff from my youth. The guy who owns the station owns half the city. Protest music has been enslaved by the man and is played as if it was fluff and party music. He OWNS it! It astounds me that his windows are not being broken but that is the time we live in. American Christianity did something similar with what might once have been a useful, helpful encouragement among us. Amurka co-opted belief, distorted it to fit a voracious greed, made a flag, began brainwashing their children from day-one about glorious bombs bursting in air. Now the big dumb rooster has taken over the yard and we are getting a brutal cockadoodledoo tutorial.
        Please don’t refer to the black book as some kind of Authority worth referencing, Mary scheel. It is not, and certainly not in your America of today.

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      2. peter

        Mary I do wonder whether what is really happening here is that Donald Trump says things that Jeremiah Johnson agrees with, but Johnson can’t bring himself to call Trump a Christian because of all the behaviours in Donald Trump that seem contrary to Christian values.

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  18. Joe

    Now that it has come true…..

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  19. Gert van Kraayenburg

    What a shame on the NON-BELIEVERS as they will find out to late that their blasphemy is unrepentable and unforgiveable.

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    1. Bruce Gerencser (Post author)

      Does capitalizing non-believers give you a boner?

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    2. John Arthur

      Hi Gert,

      I don’t know what your actual theological position is, but among Fundamentalists there are those who are cessationists who believe that so-called “supernatural” gifts like prophecy (and the office of prophets) ceased with the completion of the NT. They wouldn’t see Johnson as a prophet. However continuationists would claim that prophets do exist, today.

      Pentecostals and charismatics attract crackpots like bees around a honeypot and the gullible among the flock think that God is speaking through such “prophets”.

      When you refer to non-believers, are you referring to non-Christians or are you referring also to those Christians who don’t believe that prophets exist today or are you referring to everyone who doesn’t believe that Johnson is a prophet?

      Shalom,

      John Arthur

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  20. Twinkle Star

    Dear John I’m sorry to leave you this letter but I have found a less Atheistic boyfriend who has a more open mind about spirituality and the existence of things outside your mental box…funny how things look so different when I hang out with other people… they may be outside the church box that you so cringe about… but they are inside the Ark of Gods Covenant,,,You might want to have a talk with Noah about your future, if there is any…If you only had understood the real meaning of
    SHALOM

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    1. John Arthur

      Hi Twinkle Star,

      “Talk with Noah” ?????? I think Noah is dead, so there is no point trying to talk to him.

      Peace and well-being,

      John Arthur

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    2. John Arthur

      Hi Twinkle Star,

      You seem to make the assumption that I am an atheist. I am not. I am an agnostic Christian humanist. On rational and empirical grounds, I find little evidence for the existence of God. Claims to an experiential relationship with God are subjective claims, and persons who make such claims do not know (in any objective way) whether their experiential relationship is simply something going on in their mind and heart (without God existing) or whether their experience actually indicates the existence of a God external to themselves.

      I am sympathetic to the Quakers and experience the presence of peace, well-being, harmony and wholeness in the silence.

      What I am opposed to is Christian Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism which tends to be based on the erroneous view of the bible that it is inerrant in the missing autographs or that it is our infallible rule in all matters of faith and conduct. A holy book that has god commanding the Israelites to commit genocide, including the slaughter of little children and babies cannot be the word of any God of peace, well-being or wholeness.

      And your holy book has god, himself, commit genocide at the time of Noah. It is also alleged that his cruelty knows no bounds, throwing people into a Lake of Fire to suffer everlasting punishment.

      If I’m going to believe in God, let it be a God of peace, well-being, harmony and wholeness; a God who is compassionate and kind towards his enemies, not the cruel god of Fundamentalism. The Jesus of the Sermon on the Mount and the Sermon on the Plain reflects the character of a God of shalom. And Buddha points out that the “way is not in the sky, but in the heart.” I have met many Buddhists who show a great deal more compassion than some Fundamentalists.

      If you are a Christian, I suggest that you read John Howard Yoder’s “Politics of Jesus”, if you haven’t already done so. This presents Jesus as proclaiming the good news of peace and indicates what shalom (the Hebrew word) means.

      Peace and well being to you.

      John Arthur

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      1. anotherami

        Thank you for your kind comments about the Quakers, as that is the religious foundations of my youth. I have often said that my faith started in Quakerism but didn’t stop there. Try as I might, I cannot shake the conviction that there is Something More, a something I call God out of habit and cultural conditioning. As funny as it seems to me, I have also felt that Presence in some of the old cathedrals and churches of France, particularly in the cathedral of Le Puy, famous for its Black Madonna. I have also felt it in the Rocky Mountains, the Alps and my own dirty kitchen. While I reject the “American Jesus”, with its focus on patriotism and materialism, I continue to experience that Presence, often in the most unusual places and frequently when I least expect it. Until and unless that stops, I will still seek that Presence and the peace I find there. Shalom indeed.

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        1. Brian

          I get the moves too, anotherami. I read Annie Dillard’s Pilgrim at Tinker Creek and rejoice with her at the magic moments of fire in the trees, the glory of being gobsmacked and knocked on your fanny by ‘seeing’. I do not feel anymore that this wonder in life, this ‘more than’ has anything necessarily to do with Jesus or God(s) and feel that it has to do with being alive. Sometimes we are awake and life fills us with kitchen or natural beauty or a ‘deepening’. Why that has to have anything at all to do with woo, I cannot fathom. Jesus may very well have walked around feeling such things and saying, follow me. Perthaps he meant do as I do and get gobsmacked and filled. I find that the peace that passeth understanding is a synapse firing/misfiring, is human, ever so human and that the magic is there for all and each of us if we choose, if we can laugh, for instance and let the stumble of everyday be an embrace. You have magic in you, anotherami. You listen to music and can be transformed in it; maybe you are music. I wish you lots of ‘presence’ and much peace. I used to play the flute too as a younger man, by ear. Loved playing along with Janis Ian, Elton John. If there is a patriotism worth living out, it is might be in the Arts, in holding up the flag of music and paint and literature, in waving poetry along parade routes. I think that if the writings of religion have any redeeming value to us, it is in their human-ness and not in their God talk.
          Thank-you for writing here, anotherami.

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    3. John Arthur

      Hi Twinkle Star

      If you are sorry to write me this letter, why did you write it? It seems like you were lying. You seem to have used it as a not-so-veiled threat about eternal punishment. Maybe you are a Fundamentalist at heart. Am I correct in my assessment?

      John Arthur

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    4. John Arthur

      Hi Twinkle Star,

      In your view, can’t atheists have an open mind about spirituality? You might be interested to know that some who attend Quaker meetings are atheists and they seem to be very open to spirituality. Sam Harris (not a Quaker), an atheist and neuro-scientist, thinks that meditation may be of benefit to persons who practice it, but (of course) he rejects the varied theological views that evolve from such practices.

      Shalom,

      John Arthur

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  21. Geoff

    I’m intrigued that posts about religion and deviant pastors (for example) generate only a few comments from bible bashing, apparent fundamentalists. On the other hand, a post about politics, albeit the election of a truly terrible individual, seems to attract believers by the score (with awful literacy standards, I’m sorry to say).

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  22. Wesley Sage

    I’m native American! And a Pentecostal Christain. I disagree 100% about Jeremiah Johnson’s saying Donald Trump is God’s trumpet. Trump despises Native American’s!! How can our Almighty God use such a man? Do all of you White Christains know that? Us Native Americans still exist! We know GOD too! We have no other God’s but HIM! Even our ancestors prophesied that Jesus is coming SOON! I’m sorry, lol but Donald Trump will not be GOD’S trumpet!!

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    1. Brian

      Wesley, please don’t sully this forum with Christian slave talk. Take your slavery to the stained glass box and feeeeeel it all you please but do not imagine it will fly in this blog! But, no matter how much you feel that Jesus is your savior, the SOON you speak of just didn’t occur and might better have been written, Jesus is coming again, LATER!
      As for Trump being God’s trumpet, well, he sure is trying to seem a lot like that miserable prick, God, don’t you think? Have you ever seem such a thick bully in office before. the kind of miserable beast who would kill everybody on earth if he felt like it, if they did not profit his business? Trump seems very much like God, actually, quite similar,yes.

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