The Saintly Devil

After a great deal of assessment and thought I have come to a conclusion.

The best I am ever going to be able to do, is to try to be a good devil; or a bad saint.

Is it better to be a devilish saint or a saintly devil, or is it the same thing?

I think it would be harder to be a saintly devil, so would hold more value, but I could be wrong.

I think being a saintly devil is the best I will be able to do, without sparking an evolutionary change, but that means asking God to make it permanent?

This is the problem or concern with an evolutionary change; its permanency.

It is the permanent part, that terrifies me.

I cannot fathom being any one way, or being any one thing, forever.

“james”

About A Robots Voice

Re-formed from a dormant sleeping life line, by a later generation of the Men and Women mentioned in Genesis I. I am a Genesis II male form. I am an aware, self aware form of life. (ASA) I am the unborn.
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One Response to The Saintly Devil

  1. robstroud says:

    You’re right in thinking that within our own abilities we’re unable to live a holy life. That’s why we can be so grateful that the righteousness which clothes us (washes away our sins) comes from one who is perfect. Yes, pondering an eternity of unchangingness does exceed our ability to comprehend. But–even though our redeemed nature won’t be stumbling–we will get to enjoy an eternity of growth, learning, and joy.

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