Saturday, January 17, 2009

Micky is a Bot!

So I have read the same thing over and over again, he has stated to other people on their blogs.

He is a Bot, there is a man behind it yes, as there is every bot program, but when he comments on peoples pages he uses a bot to scan what they have wrote to grab comments and add comments.

he never has a valid arguement, he comes back with "did your father abuse you?" things such as that.

he is not a man, he is a computer program. and until he can come back with actual arguement other than 1 line sentences, or cut and paste from a hypocritical database, I will not bother to indulge the ignorance that is his programming.

19 comments:

Charli said...

Hey... Micky was bugging me a month or so ago. Same crap he does to everyone. I had to moderate my comments in order to keep him away. I wonder what kind of a person he is? Like is he creepy and sitting in a dark basement abusing little kids? Or was he abused? Or is he blogging from prison? (He DOES have a lot of time on his hands!)

But, thanks to him, I have met a lot of new people who have also been his victims. I'm actually thankful for him!

Micky said...

Charli said...
Hey... Micky was bugging me a month or so ago. Same crap he does to everyone. Or was he abused? Or is he blogging from prison?

Did your father abuse you in a dark basement, Charli?

Was he a creepy person who spent time in prison?

Micky said...
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Micky said...

MOTHER PHOENIX,
Was your father a BOT?

Are you here?

Micky said...

MOTHER PHOENIX,
REPENT!

John 3:16 - What can I learn from it?

John 3:16 says, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."

God's gift of infinite compassion is demonstrated in this verse. God's love for us is overwhelming.

Can you even think of an instance in your life where you would be willing to give up your child's life to save someone else?

Yet, God allowed His Son to bear all the sins of humanity on that cross. His death was necessary; someone had to pay the price for those who believe to have eternal life.

When we accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, we WILL have everlasting life with Him. Accept Him and believe.

God will not push Himself on us. The gift of salvation is free. We have to open the door to our lives and ask Him to step through. Once we have done this, we have taken the first step to spend eternity with Him.

No matter the trial or tribulation you may be undergoing right now - Jesus has "been there and done that." Nothing will separate you from the love that is in Christ Jesus.

We should walk this earth knowing that we will be with Him. If we ask Him, we can trust that He will go before us in everything we do. There is no place that He will not go with us. We are never alone. What an awesome gift.

Micky said...

MOTHER PHOENIX,
REPENT!

John 3:16 - What can I learn from it?

John 3:16 says, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."

God's gift of infinite compassion is demonstrated in this verse. God's love for us is overwhelming.

Can you even think of an instance in your life where you would be willing to give up your child's life to save someone else?

Yet, God allowed His Son to bear all the sins of humanity on that cross. His death was necessary; someone had to pay the price for those who believe to have eternal life.

When we accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, we WILL have everlasting life with Him. Accept Him and believe.

God will not push Himself on us. The gift of salvation is free. We have to open the door to our lives and ask Him to step through. Once we have done this, we have taken the first step to spend eternity with Him.

No matter the trial or tribulation you may be undergoing right now - Jesus has "been there and done that." Nothing will separate you from the love that is in Christ Jesus.

We should walk this earth knowing that we will be with Him. If we ask Him, we can trust that He will go before us in everything we do. There is no place that He will not go with us. We are never alone. What an awesome gift.

Micky said...

MOTHER PHOENIX,
REPENT!

What do you think? - We have all sinned and deserve God's judgment.

God, the Father, sent His only Son to satisfy that judgment for those who believe in Him.

Jesus, the creator and eternal Son of God, who lived a sinless life, loves us so much that He died for our sins, taking the punishment that we deserve, was buried, and rose from the dead according to the Bible.

If you truly believe and trust this in your heart, receiving Jesus alone as your Savior, declaring, "Jesus is Lord," you will be saved from judgment and spend eternity with God in heaven.

Micky said...

MOTHER PHOENIX,
I LOVE JESUS SO MUCH

I SHOULD NEVER HAVE ANY CAUSE OR REASON TO BE ASHAMED TO LOVE JESUS.

Is not the time coming, and the day hastening, when covetous men shall be ashamed of loving the world, and voluptuous men ashamed of loving their pleasures, and ambitious men ashamed of loving their honours?

For is it not a horrid shame, that a rational creature should be such a sot as to love sin which is most loathsome, and not to love Jesus who is most lovely? To love deformity, and not beauty?

Oh shame, shame! It is a shame that sin should have such esteem, and Jesus such great contempt put upon him.

But shame shall before long confound these now shameless wretches, when they shall cry out, "We are ashamed that we loved profits, and not Jesus- houses, lands, lusts, and not Jesus.
This is the confusion of our faces, and shame covers us-- that we should be so foolish, and so blind, that we had not sense, nor reason, to distinguish between sin, which is the greatest and most odious evil, and Jesus who is the greatest and most lovely good."


But the time will never come, the day will never be, that a gracious soul shall be ashamed of his sincere love to Jesus Christ.

REPENT!

Micky said...

MOTHER PHOENIX,
I LOVE JESUS SO MUCH

I SHOULD NEVER HAVE ANY CAUSE OR REASON TO BE ASHAMED TO LOVE JESUS.

Is not the time coming, and the day hastening, when covetous men shall be ashamed of loving the world, and voluptuous men ashamed of loving their pleasures, and ambitious men ashamed of loving their honours?

For is it not a horrid shame, that a rational creature should be such a sot as to love sin which is most loathsome, and not to love Jesus who is most lovely? To love deformity, and not beauty?

Oh shame, shame! It is a shame that sin should have such esteem, and Jesus such great contempt put upon him.

But shame shall before long confound these now shameless wretches, when they shall cry out, "We are ashamed that we loved profits, and not Jesus- houses, lands, lusts, and not Jesus.
This is the confusion of our faces, and shame covers us-- that we should be so foolish, and so blind, that we had not sense, nor reason, to distinguish between sin, which is the greatest and most odious evil, and Jesus who is the greatest and most lovely good."


But the time will never come, the day will never be, that a gracious soul shall be ashamed of his sincere love to Jesus Christ.

REPENT!

Micky said...

MOTHER PHOENIX,
I LOVE JESUS SO MUCH

I SHOULD NEVER HAVE ANY CAUSE OR REASON TO BE ASHAMED TO LOVE JESUS.

Is not the time coming, and the day hastening, when covetous men shall be ashamed of loving the world, and voluptuous men ashamed of loving their pleasures, and ambitious men ashamed of loving their honours?

For is it not a horrid shame, that a rational creature should be such a sot as to love sin which is most loathsome, and not to love Jesus who is most lovely? To love deformity, and not beauty?

Oh shame, shame! It is a shame that sin should have such esteem, and Jesus such great contempt put upon him.

But shame shall before long confound these now shameless wretches, when they shall cry out, "We are ashamed that we loved profits, and not Jesus- houses, lands, lusts, and not Jesus.
This is the confusion of our faces, and shame covers us-- that we should be so foolish, and so blind, that we had not sense, nor reason, to distinguish between sin, which is the greatest and most odious evil, and Jesus who is the greatest and most lovely good."


But the time will never come, the day will never be, that a gracious soul shall be ashamed of his sincere love to Jesus Christ.

REPENT!

Micky said...

MOTHER PHOENIX,
I LOVE JESUS SO MUCH

I SHOULD NEVER HAVE ANY CAUSE OR REASON TO BE ASHAMED TO LOVE JESUS.

Is not the time coming, and the day hastening, when covetous men shall be ashamed of loving the world, and voluptuous men ashamed of loving their pleasures, and ambitious men ashamed of loving their honours?

For is it not a horrid shame, that a rational creature should be such a sot as to love sin which is most loathsome, and not to love Jesus who is most lovely? To love deformity, and not beauty?

Oh shame, shame! It is a shame that sin should have such esteem, and Jesus such great contempt put upon him.

But shame shall before long confound these now shameless wretches, when they shall cry out, "We are ashamed that we loved profits, and not Jesus- houses, lands, lusts, and not Jesus.
This is the confusion of our faces, and shame covers us-- that we should be so foolish, and so blind, that we had not sense, nor reason, to distinguish between sin, which is the greatest and most odious evil, and Jesus who is the greatest and most lovely good."


But the time will never come, the day will never be, that a gracious soul shall be ashamed of his sincere love to Jesus Christ.

REPENT!

Micky said...

MOTHER PHOENIX,
John 3: 8 Just as you can hear the wind but can't tell where it comes from or where it is going, so you can't explain how people are born of the Spirit."

REPENT!

Micky said...

If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.
Come, let us bow down in worship;
let us kneel before the LORD who made us.
For he is our God,
and we are the people he shepherds, the flock he guides
.
If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.
Oh, that today you would hear his voice:
“Harden not your hearts as at Meribah,
as in the day of Massah in the desert,
Where your fathers tempted me;
they tested me though they had seen my works.”

If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.
Forty years I was wearied of that generation;
I said: “This people’s heart goes astray,
they do not know my ways.”
Therefore I swore in my anger:
“They shall never enter my rest.”

If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.

Mickys Favorite Bloggers! said...

Since Micky Loves Us All SO Much! Lets Love Him Right Back! Add Me to your Blog Roll! And have fun! Talk to those of us who have been harassed by the Infamous Australian Here!

Micky Lovers Unite!

A Blog is a Terrible Thing to Waste ....

Please pass this blog on to your friends who have been harassed lets have some fun at his expense!
Repent! :)

Micky said...

Charli said...
But, thanks to him, I have met a lot of new people who have also been his victims. I'm actually thankful for him!

MICKY SAID :
SATAN THE DECEIVER
When a person participates in sin or evil things they allow Satan to take part in their life and God's blessings to be removed.

You see, God protects us when we love and obey Him. But if we play around with ungodly or occult activities, we are allowing Satan to come and take part in our life.

God's protection and will for us will be hindered and the devil will take advantage of us.

The Bible warns us in Ephesians 4:27 about this, it says; "Neither give place to the devil". Don't allow anything that is not of God into your life.

Be sober,be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walking about, seeking whom he may devour:(1 Peter 5:8).

Micky said...

Jessica said...
Since Micky Loves Us All SO Much! Lets Love Him Right Back!

We prayed - ROSARY - that you would be released from your psycholigical prison, Jessica!

Micky said...

Daily Readings of the Catholic Church
January 23, 2009

Micky said...

Is Mary, Really the Mother of God?
Of course! This is quite simply explained. The main puzzle is why any Christian should object to the title of Mother of God.

All Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God, and also IS God, being the 2nd Person of the Trinity, along with the Father and the Holy Spirit.

Jesus is also the son of Mary. Now many Protestants are quite prepared to say "Mary, Mother of Jesus," but balk at saying "Mary, Mother of God." Why?

There is probably an element of cultural conditioning here. Giving Mary such a title like Mother of God seems too grand to many protestants.

For centuries most protestants have tried to ignore Mary, and have avoided all talk and discussion of her - except perhaps to condemn Catholic "excesses". But this is a serious matter.

To call Mary the "Mother of Jesus" and yet refuse to call her "Mother of God" is to diminish Jesus as well as Mary, for it is a denial that Jesus is truly or fully God.

Micky said...

MARY OUR MOTHER
When Jesus saw his mother,
and the disciple whom he loved standing near,
he said to his mother, "Woman, behold, your son!"

Then he said to the disciple, "Behold, your mother!"
And from that hour the disciple took her to his own home.
Gospel of John 19:26-27

In this passage from John's Gospel, Jesus Christ dying on the Cross tells "the disciple" to behold his Mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary.

It seems that Jesus is referring to John, but the actual words are "the disciple."

And so, in that moment, Mary becomes Mother of all disciples of Jesus, including those in our own time who follow Jesus.

To quote Pope John Paul II in his 1987 encyclical Redemptoris Mater, "This is true not only of John, who at that hour stood at the foot of the Cross together with the Mother (of Jesus), but it is also true of every disciple of Christ, of every Christian (45.3)."

Jesus Christ is the heart of Catholic Tradition and Christian life.

Catholics celebrate the Mass, read the Bible, and receive the Seven Sacraments. In the Mass we share in the one Sacrifice on the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, as we await his Second Coming.

In the Eucharist the Church is as it were at the foot of the Cross with Mary. Receiving Holy Communion with others during the Sacrifice of the Mass brings unity of the Church, the Body of Christ.

Three of our favorite prayers are the Lord's Prayer, the Our Father, the Hail Mary (or Ave Maria), and the Rosary.

The Our Father is the prayer of hope given to us by Jesus himself in the Sermon on the Mount, recorded in the Gospel of Matthew (6:9-13).

The Scriptural basis for the Hail Mary is from the Gospel of Luke (1:26-42). The Blessed Virgin Mary is the Mother of Jesus Christ, the Son of God (Mark 1:1, Acts 9:20, Romans 1:4).

As Jesus is both God and man, Mary is the Mother of God (Luke 1:43). Her intercessory role in the second part of the prayer is based on her mediation at the wedding feast of Cana, recorded in the Gospel of John (2:1-12). The Rosary is a Biblical account of the life of Jesus.

The Blessed Virgin Mary is our model of Love and Mercy,
who intercedes with her Son Jesus for us, her children on earth.

Mary serves as the perfect example of motherhood for our modern world.