I just got a strange email from somebody (I won't identify who) with a long message on this site, and did so in a way that has not been done with me before, and did so with a lot of assumptions/presumptions in the first paragraph, then left me without a normal way of responding, but sent me to a bunch of video presentations.
I am going to express a thought process for all to consider:
When someone presumes things to be fact, and I know they are not fact, or later discover they are not fact, I stop reading and wasting my time with them. Why should I clutter my brain and waste my time with things that are not relevant to real life? Such is the case with this recent post that someone made about the name of Ammon. Ammon was a very dedicated missionary in the Church of Jesus Christ in the old Native American civilization, right before the time of Jesus coming to earth.
In this strange reply, there were other presumptions made that were absolutely incorrect at the beginning of the first paragraph, but I kept reading for a while, at which another incorrect assumption/presumption was made about me having problems with parking tickets! I have not had a parking ticket for YEARS, I think maybe ten or more years ago. I have only had 2-3 in my entire life. I thought it was funny how some people operate on these presumptions they come up with, apparently thinking they are true, when, in fact, they are not! Just because I share information does not mean I am having a problem with that particular issue. I am just sharing info to help others.
As for the parking ticket, it was a friend of mine who recently got one, and I just happened to stumble on to the parking ticket Lawful Notice to put in your windshield. I just thought as long as I stumbled onto it, I might as well share the info with everyone else.
The bottom line is this:
If people want to waste their time operating on assumptions, making an ass out of themselves, that is their privilege. I do not have a problem with them wasting their time on false information, if that is what they want to do. Satan loves it when he can tell 9 truths, if he can get you to believe 1 lie. But when I discover that others are not operating "in fact", I am going to set the record straight, so as to keep others from being misled.
He/she was right on the presumption that I probably would not read the rest of the reply. Why should I waste my time, taking a chance that truth is being taught on information I am not familiar with, when I know for FACT, that previous information is not in FACT?!
Just a thought process I wanted to express.