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Michael Jackson Justice: March 26, 2010 – Michael and Children

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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".

Thursday, March 25, 2010

March 26, 2010 – Michael and Children

March 26, 2010 – Michael and Children

Nine Month Anniversary Letter

Dear Michael,

It's been nine months. Gestation period is over. I heard some comforting news at Bible Study about where you are and what you may be doing now. Jesus holds you. You know nothing of what is going on down here. You are consumed with feeling loved. You are fulfilled and content. But we still miss you and hate what happened to you.

Your children await justice for you and your name. People worldwide search for the love you knew God has for each and every one of us. We strive to be more like you in conduct and attitude. Your life is a road we walk to open our hearts to feeling what the world caused us to block since we were children. We no longer fear feeling for others.

Our hearts, while aching and bleeding with anguish over the loss of human decency, we still have you to show us what that once looked like.

God must have been proud of his child.

Nine months. And we're still feeling the pain.

Only God can cure that now. But he leaves it as a reminder that we still need each other, and to never, ever forget that it's love that heals.

I attended Bible Study today at my husband’s place of employment. Our study is on Revelation and the “end times” which is always interesting. I learn something new every time I go through this book of the Bible.

During our study today, Daniel 8 was referenced as was the battle the Archangel Michael had with the devil in Jude 1:9, where he said, “Yet Michael the archangel, in contending with the devil, when he disputed about the body of Moses, dared not bring against him a reviling accusation, but said, “The Lord rebuke you!”

The Archangel Michael is mentioned in the Bible by name in Daniel, Jude and the book of Revelations.

In the book of Daniel, Michael assists Gabriel in the battle with the prince of Persia. The Archangel Michael is considered the chief or the field commander of the Army of God. In Daniel, Michael is also described as the great “Prince who stands up for the children of your people” (Daniel 12:1).

I thought being today was the day of month 9, I would mention these things to you.

Michael is also mentioned in Revelation, in the Hebrew apocrypha as the “Angel of Light against the Angel of Darkness”. Michael is mentioned in the book of Enoch as the angel of forbearance and mercy. He taught Enoch the mysteries of clemency and justice. (Justice. There’s a word).

During the Bible Study (all this in one hour!), the pastor also referenced Matthew 18:10, where it says “Take heed that you despise not one of these little ones; for I say to you, That in heaven their angels do always behold the face of my Father which is in heaven.” In reference to children.

Michael, you often talked about seeing the face of God in children. You were definitely an angel to children and by your own admission, beheld the face of God . . . in children. We were all over this topic today.

To shed some light on your unwavering advocacy for children, one would have to understand what the Bible says about children and the importance Jesus placed on children. This is the one element that probably brought me the closest to you, Michael. Because you helped me understand this.

Before we become adults, most of us are “open”. We trust more easily as children, we love more genuinely as children, we have faith, we can see wonder. Children as a general rule, do not discriminate nor do they label people or follow labels. They have openness and innocence to the consequences of their actions. They don’t know it’s wrong until you tell them it’s wrong or they suffer a consequence.

As we grow, the world, society, trains us to believe certain things. We learn that there is another meaning for “love”, for “trust”, for “faith”. Faith actually becomes a bad thing. Faith is labeled as being naive. Love is something someone says to get something out of you. Trust is something that has to be earned, not given. We label everything, people, situations, because we have to, in order to cope with all the information out there. People are “types of”. No one is an individual.

Michael, you grew up on a stage. You always had a wall between society and yourself. You didn’t have the normal consequences of growing up. In attitude, emotion and creativity, you never became an adult. You were trapped, but you were also more free than most of us. You could see God in people, because the world had never been able to reach you to tell you He didn’t exist.

That was until 1993. In 1993, Your child-like persona collided with the very worldly adult world. No, men cannot have slumber parties with children. No, a bunch of kids cannot sleep in the same bed with a grown man. No, grown men do not throw pillows and popcorn at others.

At the same time Michael, as a very innocent grown man, you were also not allowed to have a head for business. You were not allowed to purchase a music catalog that in twenty years would grow in value from $45 million to well over $2 billion (your share). You were not allowed to have that childlike air about you and still command a stage the way you did. Never realizing, as most of your critics failed to do, that the very childlike qualities you had is exactly what allowed you to accomplish what you did both on stage and in the board room.

Genius and creativity will always be used . . . but never appreciated or defended.
Why else Michael, would you gravitate toward the wounded, isolated and neglected children? Because you were one of them! How else could you feel their hopelessness and helplessness? You were one of them!

Michael, you believed without question, in God. You believed that despite the way people treated you, you were blessed and you were obligated to help as many children as you could get to. You cried when you could not get to them all. You spent much of your fortune doing just that.

You believed that your purpose on this earth was to be their guardian, their advocate . . . their living angel. You were ours too, for showing us where our lost childhoods were.

Michael, those doing God’s work or attempting to emulate Christ as closely as they can, are the ones who bear the most attacks, burdens, persecutions and pain. They are often lonely and isolated as they perform their work. They are the targets for the most vicious of attacks to discredit, malign and shut down their work.

Sometimes we that witness this struggle of the most faithful of servants wonder what God is doing and why he allows it.

It’s the struggle that draws our attention. It’s not just the media that knows what turns our heads. God knows it too. Even as skilled and talented a man as you are, would you have captivated our attention for 4 and a half decades if it weren’t for your trials and tribulations keeping us glued to your life?

Would we have been able to witness just how great a man of faith and charity you were, if only good had happened to You?

We hate all that happened to you. We wanted another chance to protect but we were too late. We wanted to save you but you were gone too soon.

Michael, you showed us how to conduct ourselves in times of prosperity AND in times of strife. You never wavered in your conduct. Always conscious of God watching you . . . Always wanting God’s approval.

I do not believe that it will go unrewarded. I feel sorry for those that victimized you, Michael and I’m sure you do too. You know what will happen to them. They are under the terrible misconception that you were weak, soft and immature.

To the contrary, you were stronger than all of them. You were a rock in your compassion and you were mature in your faith. Your conduct was controlled beyond what most adults think they have an ability to to exhibit in times of injustice. What God has in store for those who took advantage of you will be ten-fold what they did to you. You knew it when you were still with us.

You grew up without the trappings of conceit, cynicism, narcissism and self-love. The light in your eyes was innocence of these things. It’s the death of that, which hurts us so much. Now they want to continue their work to kill it in our children.
We are told to care less, and to forget about others and focus on our own lives. Where would we be now if Jesus only thought for himself?

Where would those children be if Michael only thought for himself?

I hope God forgives me that I continue to cry because I miss you. It’s selfish in that I want you back. Many of us want a second chance to do a better job defending you. We won’t get that now, so we repent. We pay by doing our best to defend what is left of you here on earth, for your children’s sake.

This has been the longest nine months of my life. I don’t know how I’m going to survive another nine, but God will get me through it.

I Love you so much, Michael. I admire you more. I miss you most.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful, beautiful blog, Bonnie, thank you so much...


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