...Is Anyone Out There?

Posted by Ronnica on May 21, 2011, 11:44 a.m.

Very long.

My friend David is ridiculous. About a week ago, he had learned of this rapture stuff, "educated" himself on it, and believes it with all his being.

Now, for those of you who don't know, David and his brother have been friends with my brother and I for about 11 years. We're the same age, and those kinds of kids who call each others parents mom and dad.

David's dad (whom I call Papa) is a Christian preacher/pastor whatever you want to call it. When poor David was sitting around the house, his dad got a hold of him, explained this to him, gave him websites, videos, books, Bible scriptures, everything to convince David this was all true, and it worked.

Even though Papa would be out in the world, spreading the news of salvation to people, us kids would be at home, doing things we shouldn't be doing. Remember when some kids' parents wouldn't let them play Pokemon or video games with violence? Our parents were like that yet we still got away with it. We troll /b/ and swear and curse and come up with whatever vulgarity is possible. David was the one with the severe knowledge of all things obscure and not-right.

Eg. "Hey David, how's it going?"

He'd say, "Lick my asshole and find out!" and we'd all laugh.

Anyways, this somehow became an eye-opener for him and for the last three days, he'd be coming to work all sad and discouraged and puffy eyed from crying for our souls or something. My brother told me not to poke fun at him, and just wait for him to get over it.

My brother and I grew up in church too, and when we moved away we were at church five days a week. We had real good teachings of the Bible and we were taught how to pray, pray for others, preach, and basically become outstanding Christians.

These days my brother is getting us banned from /b/ and you all know how I am ;]

We would debate with David, telling him that his change of ways is startling. Finding Christ because you're afraid of going to Hell is wrong, and that he should follow Jesus because he loves him blah blah blah

David would tell us what his dad told him, and just "how logical it all was." Needless to say, we were quite ashamed of him.

My brother said to him, "David, you're dad has been telling you all this YOUR WHOLE LIFE! God could have been here yesterday! You've had your whole life to follow him. Now, because someone does some math or whatever you change your ways completely? Why didn't you change your ways after the car accident? We almost died, and we would have gone to Hell, assuming there is one. Do you honestly think or feel 'saved'?"

To which David answered yes.

"If you were like this the whole time we've known you, it wouldn't be such a big deal, but to blindly follow some guy who tells you your savior is coming, and changing yourself overnight, is just fake and concerning. We don't know you."

Then David teared up, shut up, and didn't talk to us much during work.

When we drove home, David got out of the car and very dramatically looks at us and goes, "Goodbye Josue. Goodbye Veronica." shuts the door and walks away.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE YOU ALL SOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Comments

Majatek 13 years ago

fgsfds

JID 13 years ago

jewhq

Majatek 13 years ago

^Hitler laughs.

JID 13 years ago

^Heh, that was pure luck how that came out.

Majatek 13 years ago

^Heh, that's awesome WAIT A MINUTE MY GREAT GRANDAD WAS A JEW HOW DARE U.

Snakeman 13 years ago

Dear God,

Stop bluffing and nuke us already, you tease. Or bring us back Raptor Jesus instead. Take your pick.

Love, Snakeman.

Cesar 13 years ago

Did anybody else read this in the Portal turret voice?

BinaryP03t 13 years ago

@ Ronnica

*scratches his head* I've done stupider stuff than that for stranger reasons, its just up to you as his friend to give him crap for it so he learns his lesson and doesn't do it again.

@ anyone who gets butthurt over talk about religion

Its called "believing" for a reason. Religion is all about faith, if you believe in something your faith shouldn't be shaken by what someone else has to say. People are so quick to jump to the defense of their beliefs it comes off a little strong and actually alienates most of the people who are listening to you. This goes for both sides =p

Ronnica 13 years ago

@ Snakeman : You can call me Ronnica ;]

@ RSpoon : Damn, I'm going to start reading all my blogs with that voice now >_<

@ BP03T : Oh, we gave him crap alright.