Voice from God: “I am going to mess with you.”
If you deceive yourself then deception is your creed with me -- YJ VOG
People who claim to be deeply religious, for instance the Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka Kansas, should hear this message as it was given to me by God to pass it on. First, God said, “I am without end (amen) as I reside as far as one can see into outer space and inner space. Everything is created for a purpose (amen) and that may not be understood in a single lifetime or a thousand lifetimes because I live and reign forever and ever (amen).
So, I ask human beings with whom I have endowed the capacity to know the difference between love and hate to simply love thy neighbor as thyself (amen). I ask you to respect all the diversity that I bestow upon the Earth and elsewhere about which I know and you don’t (amen).
To the people of Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka Kansas I pray, please do not blaspheme me with your presence or come springtime I will bring upon your church one hell of a tornado and blow your church from here to kingdom come (amen).
“Topeka church group lauds court ruling on funeral picketing
Shirley Phelps-Roper: The Topeka, Kan., woman says her group feels vindicated by a Supreme Court decision on free speech.
By BILL SHERMAN World Religion Writer & MANNY GAMALLO World Staff Writer
Published: 3/3/2011 2:28 AM
Last Modified: 3/3/2011 4:27 AM
Related story: Justices rule funeral protests allowable.
A spokeswoman for Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., said Wednesday that church members would step up protests at the funerals of slain soldiers following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the church's favor.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower appeals court ruling that the church's picketing of military funerals is constitutionally protected speech.
"We're so happy. ... We're running as fast as we can," said Shirley Phelps-Roper by cell phone as she drove from Kansas City to Topeka on Wednesday morning after speaking at the FBI Academy in Washington, D.C.
Phelps-Roper said she learned of the decision as she was flying into the Kansas City airport when someone sent a "tweet" to her phone: "SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the United States) came through. You guys won."
"We feel vindicated," she said. "We knew this was going to happen. The destruction of this nation is imminent. I don't know how to get this across right. God has a quarrel with this nation. His fury is on the military, and here's the reason, because you trust the military and you don't trust God."
Read more from this Tulsa World article at http://www.tulsaworld.com/...N856650&allcom=1”