Mandeville, LA – Hollywood Heretics To The Faithful: Drop Dead, Your Prayers Didn’t Work In Texas.
By Mike Church
“If Red Seas worked, Pharoah’d still have his Moses.” – Logical response to apostate Wil Wheaton.
Actors Will Wheaton and Michael McKean took to that “final frontier” of intellectual discourse, Twitter, to vent their hatred for prayer and by admission declare themselves apostates and they threw in some Harvey Weinstein pleasing vulgarity too.
The murdered victims were in a church. If prayers did anything, they’d still be alive, you worthless sack of sh*t. https://t.co/iGHxPrYrLN
— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) November 5, 2017
The Lord’s prayer contains the following eternally memorable lines. Since man will rarely know the will of God and Our Lord told us to “pray always”, the Holiness, meaning and beauty of the following is clear.
Thy Kingdom come
Adveniat Regnum tuum
THY will be done
Fiat voluntas tua
To make the blasphemous remark that prayers don’t work because bad things happened in a church where praying was being solemnly offered is not only sinful its illogical. Here’s some examples even the neanderthal apostate Wheaton might grasp. “If skeletons worked, Joe Theismann’s leg would never have been broken.” “If titanium ship hulls worked, the Titanic would never have sank.” And the kicker. “If Red Seas worked, Pharoah’d still have his Moses.”
I pray, Wil Wheaton and Michael McKean will beg God for mercy, recant their blasphemy and mortal sin of Despair, and aide the souls of the Sutherland TX massacre, so violently departed.
Eternal rest grant unto them, O’ Lord
Perpetual light shine upon them
May they rest in Peace, Amen (3 times).
Prayers taken from St Alphonsus’ Purgatorian Manual below.