The Devil’s Beatitudes

1 02 2007

Blessed are those who are too tired, too busy, too distracted to spend an hour once a week with their fellow christians – they save me the effort of trying to keep them from God’s blessings.

Blessed are those christians who wait to be asked and expect to be thanked – its pretty easy to keep them from working for God.

Blessed are the touchy who stop going to church – they are my missionaries

Blessed are the troublemakers – they shall be called my children

Blessed are the complainers – i’m all ears for them.

Blessed are the those who are bored with the minister’s mannerism and mistakes – for they get nothing out of his sermons.

Blessed is the church member who expects to be invited to his own church – for he is a part of the problem instead of the solution.

Blessed are those who gossip – for they shall cause strife and division – that pleases me.

Blessed are those who are easily offended – for they will soon get angry and quit

Blessed are those who do not give their offering to carry on God’s work – for they are my helpers

Blessed is he who professes to love God but hates his brother and sister – for they shall be with me forever.




3 responses

2 02 2007

Greetings. Very thought provoking posting. It brings out so many problems that we all must strive to address.

2 02 2007

Good post, did you make that up?
Very insightful.
mind if i link to this?
Blessings, kristina

2 02 2007

Sure u can link to it. it is basically the opposite to the Beatitudes. Devil and Satanism are all about Anti-God.

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