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Religious Visitors

Some unknown religious visitors came knocking at our door yesterday. (I have no idea why the guys opened the door to the strangers) our friends just come in the other door. However, they let them in and then called me in to hear the message. 

This is an actual quote “God sent us to your home to collect money to save the axolotl.” I was not amused or impressed. I was irritated that I was even called upstairs.

“The next time you visit with God and he tells you to come here to collect money, explain that I pay tithing as is suggested in the Old Testament of the Bible and anyone in charge on earth can figure out how that is supposed to be used.  Now would you kindly remove yourselves from my home and put this address on your don’t ever visit here again, lady of the house is hostile.”

With that being said I checked out their axolotl that needs money to be saved. The salamander is on the extremely endangered list. It might just be that someone should jump on the cause and see what they can do to help. I have a bit of a bad taste after the entire experience. If God is all powerful can’t the problem be solved without knocking on my door? Or is this simply a consequence of the way we have handled the earth we’ve been given to live on and this is part of the learning experience?

  • Question of

    Would you have given them a donation?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Did you know what an axolotl was?

    • Yes
    • No

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