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Who said that God is not wicked?

21 July 2014, 13:04 Onyeji Dominic

Sometimes I wonder if people are thinking. We see them like big fools venerating in nothingness. They are too many in religious places like churches and mosques. Each time they gather, you hear them singing, preaching and saying, "God is good!" It makes me angry because I know what I see as an erudite seer from East where Sun rises. If we ask me, I will say it plainly that the God I see is a "wicked One" from old, not a good One like that.

Come to think of it! Why did God "force" people to desert their homes! I mean we read it in Bible that God compelled Abram to desert his father's land. Why? If he was not heartless, he should have known that desertion is too bad! He forced Abram to leave home, and he did not let him go back to his folks until he died in jungle. We read it in Bible that Abraham died in the strange land without going back to see his people. I mean who said that God is not wicked?

Let me repeat myself! I said that it upsets me when I hear religious fools saying that God is good. If I may ask! What makes God good? If one is sincere, one should know that everything about God is a mixture of both good and bad. There are great evils in the bad side of God. That is what people do not seem to understand. I mean if God is good, why did he hide innocent men in prisons? We read it in Bible that God hid 7,000 men in caves (1Kings 19). The men that was hidden had homes and families to care for. Their wives, children and folks needed them for good and caring. They were useful hands to the society but God hid them like prisoners in caves. Why???

Please, I am not a mad man like people are insinuating. I am a Supernatural pen power in hiding. What I am saying here is an experience, not just an idea. I am a hermit living with Biafra in hermitage. It was God (nature) that put both of us there in hiding long, long time ago. He did it in days of old, and he has not stop doing it because he can never change. The things he did in days of old are still repeating in nature.

I do not have to tell anybody that God is wicked. The fact is evident in many ways. We should remember that Bro. Job was a perfect man in Bible. If God is not wicked, why did he conspire with Devil to destroy the innocent brother called Job? If we ask me, I we say that both God and Devil are fantastic criminals. Somebody should ask him to "unlocked" me from the prison. I and Biafra have stayed too long in hermitage. If he is not a wicked God, he should know that Biafra is overdue (over-ripe) for freedom. If him fails to give us our freedom, I shall continue to go to the extreme. I know all his evils and secrets, and I shall not stop to expose his wickedness under the Sun. You can call me "Devil's advocate". I don't blood care! Someone should just tell God that Biafra and his Mass Servant (Onyeji Dominic) are too ripped for freedom!

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