what has your god been doing for you?


What other gods are doing.
  1. Does your god beat your business competition?
  2. Does your god advise you to become an entrepreneur?
  3. Does your god send you clients?

If your god isn’t doing any of the above, it is time you chose a new god. Gods are outta here blessing people and you are there sulking, praying to a god who will not send you clients, or even tell you when it is the right time to quit an employer.

As for me, I will continue to talk nicely to my clients.

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

15 thoughts on “what has your god been doing for you?

  1. My god can’t even cook a decent hamburger! I need this guy’s god!

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  2. Nan says:

    Imagination and delusion have similar meanings.

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  3. Barry says:

    There’s some 2 billion Christians in the world. How many of them, just as “faithful” as that author are as fortunate? The author seems to believe in the “prosperity gospel” which is all about ME, and contrary to the teachings of Jesus which is more about generous sharing and giving of oneself – “social justice” in the true meaning of that term.

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  4. rautakyy says:

    My god Tursa supposedly gives me victory at war. I will try to tell you if he delivered as promised, that is, if I ever get to that situation. I chose him from among my ancestral gods, because in such an extreme situation one should take the help of a true pro instead of some jack of all trades, that may or may not be a reliable business partner, who may try to help you to win your wars (especially, if you put it on your hymns, war cries, or belt buckles, that they are on your side), but just as well be busy elswhere giving busines advice tosome other dude and drop you right in it.

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  5. rautakyy says:

    Yes, it is true, there are quite a lot of gods of war out there. The trick in making the choice between them is to look at their advertisment and compare their alledged properties. Ares is a bloody minded idiot full of rage, but hatred is a result of fear and blind rage might make him blind to your suffering. Athene is cool, but calculative and might calculate you as an acceptable casualty. Odin is also a god of death, so death might not be something he is interrested in preventing. Tyr is one handed, so he might be interrested in war invalids, but it kind of spells incompetence, since as a god really could be expected to be abowe such accidents. Sebaot is obviously a dubious alter ego to some sadist. Never trust a sadist, they enjoy the suffering of others – possibly yours. And so on… The method of elimination might bring you to a god partial to you on some obscure excuse, like mine happens to be a bit ethno centric. Makes him an ass, but an ass on my side.

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    • makagutu says:

      My friend, yhwh’s foremost occupation is war. I think you have not chosen wisely. Besides, yhwh since to be a multipurpose god

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      • rautakyy says:

        Yes, but where does yhwh end and Sebaot begin? He sounds like he is suffering from some sort of a splintered personality disorder. Besides, my entire point is, that as in life otherwise one should avoid the help of all sorts of jack-of-all-trades, because they are not professional at anything they do. Swiss army knife may help you a long for a while, but it really is a poor substitute for a real knife, or an actual corck skrew, or any of those multipurpose purposes it supposedly can do up to some sad minimum. Since we are being marketed a god at us by your friend, we should consider the options and ask ourselves what might be the situation we really needed some super natural help. I for one have estimated, that a war (not some obscure business ventures – where
        Mercurius might come in handy) could be the most extreme situation and then the help should come from a pro. Besides, since according to your friend, we are in the market for gods, you can always change the “service provider” according to your needs. Right?

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