The students of Curtis E. John told him about Salvador.
Curtis E. John called two of his pupils and sent them to Salvador to ask, “Are you the one who is to come, or should we look for another?”
When the men came, they related, “Curtis E. John has sent us to you to ask, ‘Are you the one who is to come, or should we look for another?”
Salvador cured many of their illnesses, sufferings, and spiritual pains. He also gave sight to many who were blind. Salvador spoke, not with words, like the conservatives, but with action.
Salvador ordered, “Go and tell Curtis E. John what you have seen and heard: the blind see, the lame walk, people with AIDS are healthy, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, the poor have the sweet message delivered to them. Happy are they who are not offended by what I do.”
When the messengers of Curtis E. John left, Salvador began speaking to the crowds about Curtis E. John:
What did you go into the desolate country to see, a cattail swayed by the wind? What did you go out to see, someone who dresses in fancy clothes? Those who dress fancy and live high and mighty lives work in high rises and live in upper middle-class houses. What did you go out to see, a proclaimer of the divine truth from of old? Yes, I tell you and more than a proclaimer of the divine truth from of old.
This is the one about whom the writings speak: ‘Look, I send my messenger ahead of you, to prepare your way.’ Look at what Curtis E. John taught you, “I say, “All men are created equal, and they are endowed by their Creator with unalienable Rights and that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Salvador asked, “What do you stand for, besides some trinity of the Military, money and the middle class life style? Do you stand for the same things Mr. Lincoln stood for, government of the people, by the people, and for the people? Do you stand for a new birth of freedom that includes your employees? Do you stand for freedom that includes the underclass who cannot afford a quality education or the other resources to find quality work?”
Your actions speak louder than your words and your actions say. I am telling you, among those born to womankind; no one is greater than Curtis E. John is. The least in the Rule of Our Mighty Savior is greater than Curtis E. John.
All, including IRS agents and other so-called bad people, and others who Curtis baptized with the baptism of, know of the charitableness of Our Mighty Savior. he men in dark grey suits and grammarians of the law, who he baptized, reject the plan of the Mighty Savior for themselves.
You conservatives like to think they are the charitable people, the ones adored by Pop. Look at the people who are truly saints. They are the greatest of people. Of those born of women, none is greater than they are. What do they they all have in common?
Is it great works that all can go and see. Some lived their lives in convents and monasteries. They have little to show in the way of great works. What they all have in common is that they were all humble and all felt the need to go to confession on a daily basis.
They all compared themselves, not with men of earth, but with the messengers in the sky. As a result, they all realized how insignificant they really are. Do you do the same? They show this in the way they dress. You will never see them driving SUVs Mercedes Benz, Lexus and the like. You will never see them in Adam Smith ties, and Gucci shoes. Many of you go to confession, confessing that you have nothing to confess.
How can I compare the people of this conservative generation? What are they like? They are like children who sit in the malls and call to one another, ‘We played guitars and beat our drums for you to the tune of a great rock band, but you did not dance.
We sang a requiem, but you did not weep.’ Curtis E. John came as a monk, a stoic who did not eat fine food or drink fancy wines, and you said, ‘He is crazy.’ The Ciksa Wicasa came eating and drinking and you said, ‘Look, he is an epicurean and a drunkard, a friend of IRS agents and moral deviants.’
Whether someone eats and drinks, and what one eats and drinks is not that important. Some will become Nazarenes. You will choose to give up the finer things in life, both foods and fine drinks. That is great. This pleases Pop greatly. Others will choose to express their devotion to Pop in other ways.
The saints love. They welcome all people into their hearts and into their lives. They are full of joy and a sense of tranquility flows out from them. They are long-suffering, charming people with a beautiful heart. They are full of faith and able to suffer extreme hurts as well. All her children, not just the favored ones like you, vindicate these intellectual skills.