God Is Everywhere, And God Is Just Fine, No Matter What

If the Devil is in every negative situation and reality that temporarily slips us up, God is in every positive one, and he is doing just fine. That is the great news. Sure, I can tell you a long diatribe about how “powerful the devil is” and say that the nuke button will be pushed and stop everything, but this is not that. No matter how the world, universe and existence may shake for a moment, positive force of existence or God always brings it back to working. Sure, I could complain in this article, but enough people do that on news programs, newspapers, commentaries and the like. I am just going to extol and understand the positive virtues of reality and existence in this.

It has been a few years since I bought and first read the Napoleon Hill book “Outwitting The Devil”, but the concepts and idea of reality and the forces of existence being ruled and worked out by genuinely conscious forces has not left my mind. So, here is a little glimpse into my mind when I conversed with God before I end this article:

God: So, you want to know, do you?

Me: Yes.

God: I am every genuinely winning situation that was or ever has been in existence. Do you think the devil can do that?

Me: No, I do not.

God: Even the singer Paul Simon said, “And the devil called my name, who do you think you’re fooling?” in his song “My Mother Loves Me (Like The Rock Of Ages)”. Why do you think I answer your prayers like I do?

Me: Because I genuinely always know without ceasing or giving up that I am following the Winner, however many dinners, floor shows and wars the devil gets temporarily.

God: Good answer, but let me do you better: No matter how fun the devil looks at times, the devil will always lose like that ridiculous Hank Ketchum Dennis the Menace quote you always use, “How come dumb stuff seems so smart while you are doing it?” The devil will always lose because he is every negative situation that can put on a good show before sinking, remember the unsinkable stem ship Titanic?

Me: Yes, I remember it all too well, not the real even though, but the motion picture. The devil in 1912 had those guys on deck entertaining people with violins while “the impossible” happened right both in real life and in the movie?

God: Yes.

Me: I may sound a little like a “Donald Trump Boast Roast” here, but I am doing it for the right side: I will stay with the winners no matter how great the show on the other side because they always lose anyway.

God: You will, my faithful servant, you will. After all, it is like the ridiculous joke about the politician going to hell that you always tell. Tell it to your readers now before you end:

There was this politician who had a near-death experience. The politician took an actual tour of heaven and hell during the experience. Heaven looked boring to the politician as they seemed to be doing nothing but strumming harps and doing God’s will there. In hell, there was an Earth like party with drugs, deal making, “good times” and lots of sex. The devil even warned him that this was the campaign to get more “suckers” and unenlightened people to come to hell. So, before the politician came back from the near-death experience, the politician told God, “I want to go to hell with the devil, heaven looks as boring as hell!” and then the politician went back to Earth to live the remainder of their life, and when they died, there was nothing to do but sit in a formless dungeon. The politician asked where the party and all the trimmings were: The devil said: “I warned you, that was the campaign to get you into hell, now you are in office here for eternity and this is what it means: Nothing, absolutely nothing, you lost out on eternal happiness. You are nowhere. You sadly lose. Bye.” The devil left him there with himself, his regrets and his thoughts and not any way out of them. Since he died, there is not an escape.