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Religion of Thursday, 24 April 2014

Source: Justice Sarpong

"Jesus Was Drunk, There Is No Second Coming"

Christians have been waiting for the second coming of Jesus Christ on Earth to save the pious and believers of his calling and this has always been the bedrock upon which Christian believers good deeds are built upon but the Catholic Church has come out with doubts whether Jesus Christ promise of coming back was made at a time when he was inebriated, WAOW!!!

"A SPOKESPERSON for the Vatican has officially announced today that the second coming of Jesus, the only son of the God, may not happen now after all, but urged followers to still continue with their faith, regardless of the news.

We just feel Jesus is not coming back by the looks of it.” he said. “It’s been ages like. He’s probably flat out doing other really good things for people somewhere else. The Vatican defended Jesus’ broken promise, claiming “he was probably drinking wine” at the time when he made the comments."

Cardinal Salvadore went further to state that Jesus made that promise in his state of drunkness and it was a promise that he couldn't keep.

“Having the ability to turn water into wine had its ups and its downs.” added Cardinal Salvadore. “We all make promises we can’t keep when we’re drunk. Jesus was no different.”

If this is the case, then what? Is there going to be a judgement day and if the answer is yes, then how is it going to happen? As Christians, if Jesus is not coming back again then what do we have to look up to? Is there going to be a resurrection? Now if this is true, then how are we supposed to believe what the Bible tells us?

Nearly two thousand years ago, Jesus promised his disciples that he would come again in 1John chapter4:1-3 of the bible:

“There are many homes up where my Father lives, and I am going to prepare them for your coming. When everything is ready, then I will come and get you, so that you can always be with Me where I am. If this weren’t so, I would tell you plainly”

The Vatican defended Jesus’ broken promise, claiming “he was probably drinking wine” at the time when he made the comments.

Which of the miracles recorded in the Bible was made by somebody in a state of inebriation and should not be believed and which are to be believed? This is going to shake the foundation of Christianity and I hope this is not somebody's sick joke because April fools day was just three weeks ago.

Justice Sarpong

(CARDINAL of TRUTH)

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