God has a sense of humor

A religious leader in Ukraine who said that the Coronavirus was God’s punishment for humanity allowing same-sex marriage has Covid-19. He claimed that God would not let him get the virus because he had served the church. Apparently God knows what he’s been doing on the side.

I have to give it to him, he really believed in the magical powers of Jesus to protect him. When asked about giving communion using a single spoon he had this to say:

Now there is a discussion; is it possible to take communion from one spoon? I ask the question: Do you believe that this is the blood and body of Jesus Christ? If you do not believe, then do not take communion. And if you do, then how can you get these viruses from Christ? Impossible.
So another news update, Jesus has Covid-19.

But on a brighter note he’s 91 so I’m sure he’ll be just fine…

If he’s right about the gays causing God’s wrath via COVID, then that must mean that he (Patriarch Filaret) must be Gay, himself.

Too bad that this is the way he must “come out of the closet” at the age of 91.

@widershins

Jesus has Covid-19.

But on a brighter note he’s 91 so I’m sure he’ll be just fine…

ROFLMAO! I thought Jesus was 2020 years old. Here’s a news flash- Bast, who’s older than Jesus, has COVID-19 too. She got it by attempting to protect all the kitties and their loving caregivers from COVID-19. :’( I’m sure she’ll be fine, because she’s female and females generally do better than males. Something about estrogen,

timb said; If he’s right about the gays causing God’s wrath via COVID, then that must mean that he (Patriarch Filaret) must be Gay, himself.

Too bad that this is the way he must “come out of the closet” at the age of 91.


Yes, Lewis Black reported on the dangers of “having thoughts”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwedt8XErSA

In case you wondering about cats and COVID-19: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/09/200909114823.htm

It could make for a good discussion thread. Maybe after work today I’ll start such a thread.

Do any of you remember Harold Camping? Now there was a man who believed until it killed him. His last doomsday prediction is one of the many, many reasons we call our oldest daughter the “evil child”. The world was supposed to end on her birthday that year. It was also the same date the LHC was supposed to be powered up another year and many (not scientists) postulated that it would create micro black holes that wold destroy the world (the start was eventually postponed due to the onslaught of stupid). There was at least another time or two the world was supposed to end on October 21 or something bad was supposed to happen. Man, she loves her birthday.

By the way, DO NOT fall for doomsday prophecies! So many damned times I’ve though, “Yes! I won’t have to do my Christmas shopping this year!” only to get caught having to do it at the last minute because the world won’t die! And it is NOT a good excuse for not planning anything for your anniversary either! Take my advice and just pretend it’s not going to happen.

By the way, my Jehovah’s Witness friend confided in me the other day that they aren’t going door to door any more because of Covid. But not because they’re afraid of spreading the infection. It’s because, though they aren’t saying it publicly, that they believe it is the end times and their work is done. An interesting little tidbit, I thought.

Prophesies of ultimate doom and the end of the world always get attention. They are ubiquitous in all of history. So many in my lifetime alone. They have always been wrong.

That’s why the JW church is keeping this one hush-hush. They already don’t like when you point out that their founder met the definition for “false prophet” something like 8 or 9 times with his doomsday prophecies. They say, “He was just over zealous, but the Bible says no man will know the day or the hour.” So essentially, “Yeah, he just got ahead of himself, but the thing we have believed all along says that you can’t predict the end. And forget the fact that nobody who actually believed that would ever predict an end date even once, much less 8 or 9 times, we believe it, so he did.”