Death Sentences : Time of the Judgment Day

— Death Sentences : the Time of the Judgment Day —



I respect your judicial system, like I respect my Judicial system, but I don’t have to agree with it.

My nation isn’t religious, it’s separate from religion. The populations are religious, or are free to be religious, but not mixed with the workings of the state.

It keeps the dirtiness of the state with all their lies from tainting religions. We make laws, sometimes too many. We have laws that we disagree with, but we have a contract called the U.S. Constitution, and we follow it.  Jesus said, “Render therefore unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, and render unto God the things that are God’s.” about the Jews paying taxes. One thing the law is, it is the crux of respect.

God is not a respecter of persons, I can give scriptures as proof, but your scriptures are not my scriptures, but I’ll see what the Koran speaks of respect or death sentences.


“We have appointed a law and a practice for every one of you. Had God willed, He would have made you a single community, but He wanted to test you regarding what has come to you. So compete with each other in doing good. Every one of you will return to God and He will inform you regarding the things about which you differed.” (Surat al-Ma’ida, 48)


It doesn’t deal with respect or death sentences, but it deals with God telling you about our differences, covering respects and death sentences, cause they are both “things”.


It’s not about disagreeing with the laws of different nations, it’s about seeing your wrongs and repenting on your own. That pleases God. We can agree on that point. God decides the future for all believers, and whatever religion God chooses.

I think that religions are man made, and are far from knowing God, cause we can’t agree on what God is. Mainly Spirit, but we can’t agree on what spirit is, which makes knowing God seem impossible.

I’m a Christian, but there are many Christians that see God differently than I see God. I don’t judge them or condemn them, I just lay it in God’s hands.

I don’t believe in capital punishment, though when I’m in a rageful state of mind, my tongue speaks in curses and death wishes. It is only for my sake, cause I wouldn’t do it. I’m a coward at best. What I say my ears hear, or another’s ears hear, but what my ears hear, are the important part. I feel shame for what I say, but anger makes you seem right, even though you’re just a defensive fool covering your wounds.

I’m not afraid of admitting I’m a fool, because recognizing the truth pleases God, and I live to please God, whatever God is. We need to recognize what God is, if we are ever to agree on anything. Everyone sees God as a man, but I see God as a collective from the heavens.


Let us make mankind in our image…”


This was said in the first chapter of Genesis, and was transformed to “he/him” through fear and terror, and also by disbelief.

God said something so simple, and by the game of telephone the simple thing, became an over complexed laws by mankind’s will enhancing the simplicity of God. The many generations of mankind we are lost in a madness, that we can’t breakout of. We face the death sentences of God.

That has always bothered me, but God says that I will live, though I don’t want to live, if it’s the same life in heaven or hell. Hell looks good to me, but I don’t agree with anything Satan has setup here, as the ruler of the world, nor do I want to know anything of heaven, if Muslim terrorists are in the populations of heaven.

I believe in all people are one, cause we are in God’s image. Just what is God, is what I ask?

God is everything to me, and God is in everything to me, cause God created the world, and through science’s doubt and research, we understand how God did it. I believe in science, as another religion, thus trying to explain God, as God reveals it.

Science should seek measuring the spirit, cause that’s the mystery of God. Our imaginations can’t even comprehend the heavens, and what’s out there, God is so much more than our imaginations can conceive.

So next time you deal with death sentences, ask what would God do, remember God repented after the first flood. It was the first whisper in the game of telephone, or the sixth, since it’s in the sixth chapter.

Every generation is another whisper.