Hi “Melanie” (an explanation on the quotes coming further down the post),
I’ve decided to move your four last “responses” here, as well as copy your earlier ones to create an exclusive post. My responses are quoted (you can tell by the date following them) or interspersed.
This is not a Lie or a Joke. Jesus returned in Spirit in the Spring of 2006. He talked to only one person. Again this is not a lie.
Jun 30, 11:09 AM
… and, where did this “contact” occur?
Jun 30, 5:33 PM
Hi Albert, God, Jesus and the Holy Ghost came to North America. Not to far from where Joseph Smith’s alleged talk with God happened. Maybe God just likes this place.
Jul 12, 9:19 AM
Further down the line of this post you say “God picks some one that thinks that there is a God, but has no interest in what is written in the bible. My guess is that God does not agree with what is written in the bible. My thought is that the bible must be part Fact, part Fable, and another part Fabricated.” So are we to believe God, Jesus, and the Holy Ghost first exist simply because you say they do? You do realize that Jesus stands on the shoulders of the Law and the Prophets to make his case for Saviordom.
That – the ambiguity of it, along with some of the clear mysticism I see in the first post which continues on in your next – is exactly the point I was insinuating. When, how, where, why, what were the surrounding circumstances behind this occurrence.. have you been doing anything irregular or feeling abnormal in the past few days.. what is your psychological history, how far have you gone in school, do you have a website or other forum where you are a regular poster.. the list goes on.
What is the purpose of this “list,” you may be asking yourself. Well, for starters, it’s my own Spirit-led means to dissect whether you may be intentionally or unintentionally misleading or trying to tell some kind of truth to me and/or others. As far as I’m concerned, you have a lot of questions to answer.
Jul 12, 8:19 PM
Hi Albert. I think you are right in what you said. I don’t tell all. Now the reason that I don’t do that is that the story is about Jesus and I don’t want anyone stealing it for profit. So everyone gets a small amount of information. I should just open my own site and put it all out there. I was thinking about that this morning. I just don’t know how to get it out there without theives making it or changing it for their own benefit. It is kind of like leaving your wallet on the street. Someone is going to pick it up and steal it. You just don’t know who you can trust with the information. Anyway I have what I think is a funny story that I heard on the news the other day I would like to share. There was a Church in Maryland that went up in flames about 2 days ago. Maybe you saw it. A bolt of lightning hit the Church and that is how it went up in flames. Now we all know that God can take us out anytime he wants with a Bolt. His aim is pretty good. Now my thought was, what didn’t God like about that Church? It would be interesting to find out what was going on in that Church before the bolt hit. Maybe the priest was at the pulpit with someones child. Who knows. Anyway I thought the story a little humorous. OK, give me one question at a time and I will try to answer it if I can. Make it an easy question, I haven’t been felling well. Melanie Stephan
Jul 13, 9:08 AM
I’ve already laid out some pretty basic questions, Melanie.
Jul 14, 5:53 PM
Hi Albert. You can read more of what God said to Melanie on this website Non-Prophet, Are you going to Hell? Melanie also gives proof that God talked to her on this site. The proof is in the story of 3 famous people Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin and Nancy Reagan. I hope you get it. God went to a lot of trouble to get his message out. He really does care about us.
Aug 26, 1:20 PM
Whether or not this is Melanie, I was more interested in hearing what her/your background was as pertaining to the questions as opposed to blindly listening to what God had to say to one arbitrary person or another. That she/you might go to lengths to list “3 famous people” in order to provide “proof” of the supposed truth of God’s message to her could just be another ploy, and to that degree not necessarily meant to provide any words of edification or rebuke, but merely more humanist (or wacko, as I’m reading this site) gobbledygook.
Aug 26, 4:24 PM
Hi Albert. The best proof would be for God to just show himself. Now I can’t do that. I suspect that God is made out of stuff that you can’t see like: Intelligence, Energy, gravity, etc.. The only way I can prove that God talked to Melanie is with the impossible odds of 3 famous people. Mike dies on his birthday. Merv dies the day after Mike. Nancy and Mike are born on the same day. Now I thought that was interesting, but I didn’t get it. Then on Aug. 15, 2007 Melanie has a waking dream. She hears this: “We each die in succession, then we are born on the same day.” Now she gets it. Now I think this kind of information could only come from God. Most of us are too busy with our lives to give a crap if we are born on the same day. God seems to think this information is important.
I have been all over the blogoshere posting. I was reading another post after one of my posts. This persons response was: “Did you know that Jerry Farewell didn’t die on his birthday? I thougth that was funny. He got it. Yes, Jerry most likely wasn’t born again. One moment of silence for a final, Fare Well to Jerry.
Aug 29, 7:29 AM
Who is “I”? Melanie, or someone else? Why is “God” made up of “stuff”? Why does this “God” of yours necessarily exist? You’re bringing up more questions than answers, and generally speaking, that’s not a good thing.
Jerry Falwell’s birthday and death are arbitrary unless you present a solid, non-mystical framework as to why you/Melanie think they are significant. So far, you’ve been found wanting.
Another point that I would like to make is that when God decided to make contact he didn’t pick the Pope. He didn’t pick anyone in any other Church either. Now I think that is very interesting. Why wouldn’t he talk to some one inside the Church? Or at least some one that reads the bible? Or some one that has extensive knowledge in religion? God picks some one that thinks that there is a God, but has no interest in what is written in the bible. My guess is that God does not agree with what is written in the bible. My thought is that the bible must be part Fact, part Fable, and another part Fabricated.
Aug 29, 7:50 AM
Okay, so your first responsibility is to lay out what you believe is fact, fable, and fabricated and why. Without that you’re treading down the path of mysticism and cultism, if you’re not already there.
You can catch up on other posts of Melanies on this website:
Non-Prophet, Are you going to Hell?
Aug 29, 7:53 AM
Okay, so are you Melanie or not? If not, why does she have a representative? If so, why are you posting in the third person? Again, you’re not building a very good case for why anyone should believe you, Melanie or not.
Correction Merv and Nancy are born on the same day. Sorry.
Aug 29, 8:07 AM
Merv and Nancy’s births are arbitrary, as are their claims to fame. As much as I’d like to show some level of graciousness to you/Melanie, I honestly don’t see any reason to engage in further dialogue with you unless you explain yourself. Let me lay out the questions clearly for you now:
- Are you or are you not Melanie Stephan?
- If so, why do you refer to yourself in the third person? If not, why does she have a representative?
- What is your/Melanie’s background in terms of education, upbringing, and class?
- When, how, where, why, what were the surrounding circumstances behind your/Melanie’s “visit(s)”?
- Have you/Melanie been doing anything irregular or feeling abnormal in the past few days, including substance abuse?
- What is your/Melanie’s psychological history?
In a final note, I don’t see why I’ve allowed this to carry on this long, but the fact that you stated outright that you believe the Bible is partial truth is enough grounds for a long debate of which I think you are incapable of sustaining.