Randall Paquette’s reply to my last response

On Monday, September 19, 2011 Randall Paquette sent the following reply in response to my last letter:

I finally finished stumbling through the ramblings of your massive missive.  Whew!  You wrote: “I am surprised, you are still able to come back to receive more blows to your head and face, after my first reply to your senseless rage.”  Well, I am back for another pummeling.  Oh, and Shad, as for “Mr. Paquette is boxed to the ropes by the word of God. He is on life support!”  Actually, I feel fine; never felt better.
So let us begin, let us attempt to stagger through a little of your ponderous document together.  “You call God and Christ liars…”  Wrong-o, I am calling you a liar for claiming that they spoke those alleged blessings.  If you are capable of cognitive thought, if you have retained some connection to reality please understand this clearly: I believe that God’s Word is truth, but I do not believe that the testimony of your imagined ethereal experience is truth.  The only proof you can offer that this silliness occurred is your word that it did occur.  What do I mean by silliness?  The following example will suffice:
He then began to rock me from side to side, as an earthly father does to his infant child!  … After the Father has rocked me for a while on His bosom, Christ asked that I be released to Him also, so that He can take His turn to play with me as well. And He took me to His bosom and rocked me from side to side, the way the Holy Father did. Then after a while, the Holy Father asked Christ to release me to Him and the love-play continued.”
Now, back to the corkscrew of your illogic; allow me to summarize your assertions: “I am saying that God told me that I would be the greatest on the earth, and since God cannot lie, you must believe me when I tell you that God told me that I would be the greatest on the earth.”   It is not that your testimony is merely unbelievable, it is absolutely outrageous.
And so you ramble on:  “Only those not well grounded in the faith like Randall Paquette, would continue to degrade Christ and the Everlasting Father, that He is incapable of bringing the marvelous blessings to pass that He has spoken for Shadrach Ere.”  Incapable?  Wrong choice of words; try unlikely, improbable, inconceivable, fat chance, or more accurately, never happen.  I do not doubt God’s ability, only your grip on reality.
Continuing: “I have made you feel important for a few days.”  Again your ego gets in the way of sense.  You did not make me feel important.  I feel pity for you and your grandiose delusion.  Let me repeat what I wrote previously concerning the ludicrous claims of your whimsical fantasies: “you are a liar, self-deceived, the devil’s pawn or out of your gourd.  The outlandishness of your testimony allows no other option.  The blasphemous claims contained therein will brook no other view.  The egoism that flashes out from your words admits no other interpretation.”    So now you stand corrected; it is the devil that is in the details.  And egoism remains rife in your letter:
I am the best friend of Christ, and the greatest, on Earth… Both saints and angels in heaven acknowledge Shadrach Ere as the best friend of Christ on Earth, because Christ said so.  …Why should somebody be angry or acrimonious because the LORD out of His pleasure, gave me the richest blessings on Earth.  …The fulfillment of these supernatural blessings given to me by God and Christ, is pivotal to the 2nd Coming of Christ on Earth. Otherwise, that most wonderful Event, the Rapture, is dead!  …The two mysterious men in white apparel understand that Christ’s 2nd Coming is dead, if the phenomenal blessings are not fulfilled for Shadrach Ere as spoken. And those who gaze into the heavens expecting His Return, will only have themselves to blame. They will lose their eyesights to the ultraviolet rays of the Sun!
No feigned humility here.  And how dare you insert yourself into the promised return of our Savior!  What presumptuous audacity!  “Pivotal”????  It is not even plausible.  I can discover not one jot or tittle in the eschatological Scriptures that even hints at the requisite of a vainglorious Shadrach Ere, but I do find this warning:
For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:
And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.
And this too: For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie.
Within the repetition and redundancy of your declarations appear the demented aspirations for greatness which you have formulated into a theatrical self-serving testimony.  And to this you would compel the Holy God to be your accomplice.   Then you shore up your claims with scriptures ripped from their context or showered broadly upon your pretensions as though they do in some way, baptize, sanctify and transform your falsehoods into the truth.  You need help.  You need to repent of your sinful grandstanding.  You need the gracious mercy of Almighty God to free you from bondage to your warped egocentricity, and deliver you from the clutches of Satan. …if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth; And that they may recover themselves out of the snare of the devil, who are taken captive by him at his will.  I am sorry to shatter your childish delusions, but the world does not and will not, revolve around Shadrach Ere.
I will pray for your soul and your sanity,
Randall Paquette

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