Pray for the National Day of Reason (they need it).
You know my servants, because I warned you earlier, that a very dangerous day approaches in the United States: The National Day of Prayer on May 6th. Even though this day is largely symbolic, enough Godpunks actually do pray to make life in Hell, well, hell.
That’s why I’m happy to report, my friends, that many of my servants on earth decided to have their own day, the National Day of Reason on the very same day as the National Day of Prayer. Yes, my servants, because religious people clearly do not have reason on their side, my Servant Reasoners have decided to:
. . . celebrate reason—a concept all Americans can support—and to raise public awareness about the persistent threat to religious liberty posed by government intrusion into the private sphere of worship.
Ha ha ha ha ha.
Hey, wait a minute — if reason is something all Americans can support, that means that even religious Americans can support reason. Right?
But . . . if American religious people also celebrate reason, then what advantage do my Servant Reasoners have? Do they have better reasons? If so, on what basis? Do they say? Is it because they reject God and his righteousness?
I did that, but that only showed the flaw in my reasoning.
Ha ha ha ha ha.
The National Day of Reason’s website states:
The Day of Reason also exists to inspire the secular community to be visible and active on this day to set the right example for how to effect positive change.
Be “visible” and “active” and set the “right example”? What does that mean? Protest the National Day of Prayer? Bust through a protest line at an abortion mill? Force every elementary school student to participate in graphic sex ed? Petition for same-sex marriage? What is the “right example” for someone who’s moral compass has no True North?
Are the God-deniers instead of supporting all things unGodly going to feed the poor? Comfort the sick? Visit those in prison? Build a hospital?
You see, my servants, let me clue you in to some kingdom knowledge. There is no such thing as a “secular community;” there are only theistic religionists and atheistic religionists. That’s why the National Day of Ungodly Reason supporters don’t even know the absurdity of their statement:
The National Day of Prayer violates the First Amendment of the US Constitution because it asks federal and local government entities to set aside tax dollar supported time and space to engage in religious ceremonies. This results in unconstitutional governmental support of religion over no religion.
No, it merely results in governmental recognition of theistic religion one day of the year, while government recognizes, authorizes, mandates, facilitates, supports, and follows atheistic religion every day of the year.
The atheistic religionists behind the Day of Reason fancy themselves superior in their reasoning ability, but, in fact, they are deceived by me, darkened in their thinking, boastful, proud, unholy, without true love, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God.
I stole that description from someone else, but I can tell you it’s true. Because these people are mine.
The bottom line is that Day of Darkened Reasoners are mere sinners like everyone else. The only difference is they are still held captive to my wiles, and have no fundamentally true basis for loving others. On what basis can a Godless person consider another’s welfare? To consider another in the absence of God and his moral order is not “reason,” it is madness. Those Godless who do look out for the welfare of others are helpless hypocrites; they cannot help but consider others, not because their worldview demands it, but because of the image of God within them does so.
But of course, Day of Reasoners do not have the reasoning capability to know they carry an image which they stupidly deny.
And to think that these Self-styled Superior Reasoners believe themselves to be Superior Earthlings with a mandate to stop the “threat to religious liberty posed by government intrusion into the private sphere of worship,” especially a National Day of Prayer, because such a day “makes those who don’t pray feel like second-class citizens.”
Funny how someone of superior reason nevertheless lets themselves feel like second-class citizens.
Just think how they will feel in Hell!
Ha ha ha ha ha.