Tuesday, October 31, 2006

"THE VOICE OF THEOPHILUS" by Steve Savage "King of the Beasts"

The New Testament Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke are referred to as the "Synoptic Gospels" in that they say pretty much the same thing. Indeed, etymologically, the word "Synoptic" is derived from the Greek, meaning "same view." In a sense, these Gospels bear witness of one another. This is also true of the Old Testament. For example, 2 Samuels is a reiteration of 1 Chronicles. They are "Synoptic" in that they speak of the exact same historical, biblical occurrence. Often we hear that the Bible is "The Word of God." What is written is written because "Thy Word is Truth."

During my Federal incarceration for committing the crime of leading The National Interfaith Pro-Life Crusade to save the lives of the unborn, I undertook the daunting task of reading my very own, beautifully leather-bound, Revised Standard Bible, imprinted with my ordination name, "Theophilus."

Luke, writing to me across the centuries of time wrote: 
"INASMUCH as many have undertaken to compile an account of the things accomplished among us, 2. just as those who from the beginning were eyewitnesses and servants of the Word have handed them down to us, 3. it seemed fitting for me as well, having investigated everything carefully from the beginning to write it out for you in consecutive order, most Excellent Theophilus; 4. so that you might know the exact truth about the things you have been taught."

The lessons to Theophilus continued in Acts.

It took from November 29, 1977 until April 18, 1978 to read every single word and to diagram every genealogy listed in my Bible. Each time I picked up the Bible to read, I said this prayer:

"My dear Lord God! Please strengthen and increase my powers of concentration to shut out all distractions so that I may greatly expand the limits of my consciousness and intelligence to easily understand and remember the deepest meanings of all that is written upon the pages of this book."

Despite the fact that it is well known that I remember everything I read, I was after complete understanding, not just content. I would not continue reading unless I was absolutely certain that I understood exactly what it was I read.

After having read 604 pages, I came across a startling discovery in 1 Chronicles, Chapter 21 verse 1.

Leaping out from the page at me were these words:

"Then Satan stood up against Israel and moved David to number Israel."- 1 Chronicles 21:1

This is the very first mention of the word "Satan" in the Bible. I made a notation of this and continued my reading. Suddenly, it struck me that I had read these words before in 2 Samuel 24:1. Look at this and compare these two readings which are

"Now again the anger of the Lord burned against Israel, and it incited David against them to say, "Go number Israel and Judah." - 2 Samuel 24:1

Since "Thy Word is Truth" and scripture cannot be broken, what does this mean?

If a=b and b=c, then a=c. This is a mathematical truth.

Q. Who stood up against Israel to incite David in 1 Chronicles 21:1?

Answer: "Satan"

Q. Whose anger burned against Israel to incite David in 2 Samuel 24:1?

Answer: "The Lord"

Therefore: "Satan is the Anger of the Lord."


kyn said...

i agree.. and have realized this fact.. there are NO evil demons.. these are myths... all beings of evolved intelligence are CLOSER than us and filling their role as messenger...OR DESTROYER... we are fucking monkeys... these jack offs that wrote the bible have misconstrued much.. to much romanticizing and NOT enough intelligence to recognize what is really going on...

Anonymous said...

Could it be... Satan ?

Anonymous said...

Steve, I tried to answer you on Clipmarks. If you desire a more in depth discussion, let me know. You have an excellent question that few people understand.

Satan is not God's anger. He is God's tool to be used as the Lord see's fit to accomplish His plan.