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Michael Jackson Justice: What he has taught me - February 16, 2010

God: Reconnect to Him

The Conspiracy against God is about "The Word", and the profaning of His Holy Name within us. Adam fell in the garden, breaking the direct connection to God. Jesus, the "last Adam" was a quickening Spirit, the Word made Flesh, and the only one with whom we can re-establish our relationship with God. Michael's story is still unfolding. He is the one who is, is not. But Jesus is the only name given under heaven by which we must be saved. Many are trying to rewrite HIStory. We were given a help to instruct us. Learn more "here".

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

What he has taught me - February 16, 2010

What He Has Taught Me – February 16, 2010

The last eight months has left me most days deep in thought over just about everything. My friend was right. Most of us not only wanted to learn more about him . . . we wanted to learn how to be more LIKE him.

I have seen some things happen this week on the forums of some the most popular Michael support sites that have so disheartened me, I did not want to go back. I couldn’t believe it. After everything that happened, people were fighting, bickering, posturing, throwing blame. Seven months. I thought about that.

I wonder, after Christ died, if the bickering and jockeying for position in the new church started seven months after he was crucified? We can trace this behavior all the way back through Biblical times. We come together in sorrow, ask forgiveness, release our guilt and confess to one another, ask for understanding, become thankful that we know him . . . then we start with how well we knew him, the preverbal “shoving” for position begins, people start bickering about who knew what about him and how well they knew him, and who loves him more. Jealousy and pride begin kicking love and giving out of our hearts. Pretty soon, we are a splintered, bitter and discontent people again.

I wonder sometimes why Michael kept his distance from the press, if he wanted them to print the truth about him? It dawned on me, after another friend had brought this up, about that other story in the Bible . . . the one where the devil tries to tempt Christ. You don’t open your door to him.

We are all well aware that the press is not satisfied. The fact is, Michael did open his door many times, under tight parameters to try to set the record straight or put an end to the viciousness of the rumors. What happened? All one has to do is view the Bashir documentary to see how far that got Michael. Nothing would have been enough, even if Michael had let them camp out in his bedroom for a popcorn-throwing-fest. With anyone the more Michael gave, the more they thought they had a right to take.

Michael was not confrontational. He retreated to safety when adversity piled on and pile on it did. I remember reading several months back an old article in which one of his lawyers had tried to explain the situation in stark, Michael Jackson reality that he was currently fielding almost 1,000 lawsuits at the moment, most of them from people he had never met. This is what this man’s life was like. Everyone wanted a piece of him and if he didn’t comply, they sued.

There was no safety for Michael. Not even with the children he loved, as two of them he tried to help ended up destroying any trust he had even in them. After 2005, Michael was dying, and no one knew it. But you could see it in his eyes. Anyone close to him at that time had four years to do something. Imagine the guilt those people are feeling about now!

Michael taught me to pay attention to others . . . their feelings, their plight, their needs. He taught me what love was the way God originally intended it to be, before the world got ahold of it and corrupted it. Michael taught me that children are not only the hope God gives us that humanity will get it right, they are also the targets of those who want to corrupt and control. Children need to be protected and nurtured.

Michael taught me what Jesus meant by coming to him as children - completely trusting and not wanting of anything but love. Mchael taught me that words hurt, even when meant as a joke. That labels oppress. He taught me that love can be the object of jealousy so intense it destroys. He taught me how to forgive even the most heinous of betrayals and he taught me not to lose hope. Watching someone like him suffer what he did and still maintain that God is good . . . That is faith. He taught me how deficient I was in faith myself, when I thought it had been pretty good. I know Michael will get a very good seat in Heaven.

Michael was David in many ways . . . he was also Lot, Solomon and Paul. We have to remember him because forgetting him will darken the rest of our time on earth.

In the news today, Dr. Murray’s lawyer stated that Murray gave the detectives “the wrong timeline”. I am wondering how many he had written down? Who’s timeline did he give? How many people was that doctor planning to murder that day?

There was also a rumored report that Michael’s son, Prince would be called to testify against Dr. Murray, since there are reports that Prince was actually called to the bedroom while Dr. Murray was administering C.P.R.
Why put this poor child through something like that, after witnessing the Dr. breaking three of Michael’s ribs and sternum to resuscitate him? They are only going after a manslaughter conviction. They can get that on the simple fact that Murray was administering operating room medications at a private home without the necessary monitoring equipment, and without being qualified to do so. Why put Michael’s son through that?

The other thing that scares me is the possibility that this may be televised and made public, with Prince testifying. I sincerely hope the judge does NOT allow this to be televised.

And finally, to the Jackson family. I want you to remember that you have thousands of fans out here that have done a lot of research, both on the medical side, and on the background of the characters involved in Michael’s life. If you need ANY help at all. Just visit Karen’s or Firpo Carr’s page.

Those of you who read this blog who “don’t care” or think that no one else “should care” about Michael Jackson, “He’s dead . . . let him rest in peace . . .” This is not peace. Beware of apathy. We should not allow this to happen to another human being. If we cannot find it within ourselves to soften our hearts and take up banner for him, then we are guilty of being the shallow, superficial and selfish people that did this to him. Don’t let them win!

1 comment:

  1. Did I ever told you I love your words? :) Beautiful Usagi ;)


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