The Twilight Saga Of Love

In the Twilight Saga, Bella pale, frail, melodramatic pretty girl is attending a new high school. Jacob (acted by a tan, ripped Jacob Lautner) is interested in Bella, but like our church girls, Bella is interested in something a bit more exciting. She’s interested in Edward – a vampire.

Edward is far from tall-dark-and-handsome. It’s just that Bella’s father, Jacob and just about every sane person thinks that Edward is bad news. But 😍😍 Bella is in love.

So disproportionate is Edward’s appropriateness for Bella, when compared to Jacob, that you get the feeling the only reason she’s interested in him, is because everyone tells her it’s wrong.

Girls who do this think they’re rebelling, and being different. They go for that guy in church everyone knows is only saved by grace because his works are nothing to speak of. She thinks this is the true type of love. Alas, she’s in fact being typical, and childish.

But she’s not entirely to blame. You would think that a people whose faith is predicated on the fact that two people once decided to eat the one fruit that they were asked NOT to eat, would shine wisdom on The Forbidden Fruit theory.

The Forbidden Fruit theory is the idea that people are attracted to the things that society tells them they shouldn’t have.The power of sin is the law. Dos and Don’ts only invigorate full breaking. How Christians don’t know this after literally thousands of years of Satan using the same trick, is staggering.

So the church actually empowers its daughters to chase a certain type of men. But the brothers aren’t left out. Like Jacob, they are infatuated with girls they can’t have. While Jacob had a fellow Werewolf pining on him, he was busy chasing a girl who was swooning for a vampire.

It’s a vicious cycle. Boys want the girls they can’t have, and girls want the boys they shouldn’t have. Like the same side of a magnet, a good boy and a good girl naturally repel each other. In fact, people who know couples like this term them as being ‘boring’. That’s exactly what happened in Vampire Diaries.

In Vampire Diaries, Stephen is an upstanding guy. He’s your regular Christian boy, he has an out of control ‘ripper’ in him which he keeps at bay. He always does the right thing , and what does he get for all this Elaina cheating on him with his evil brother Damon.

The most telling part of all this is that this is what the fans wanted. People shopped the Elaina-Damon relationship because sparks flew when they were on screen together. Which is just a tame way of saying they thought that it’s sexier when you juggle knives and not harmless rubber balls.

The Forbidden Fruit theory is the idea that people are attracted to the things that society tells them they shouldn’t have.The power of sin is the law. Dos and Donts only
invigorate rule breaking. How Christian don’t know this after literally thousands of years of Satan using the same trick, is staggering.

So the church actually empowers its daughters to chase a certain type of men. But the brothers aren’t left out. Like Jacob they are infatuated with girls they can’t have. While Jacob had a fellow Werewolf pining on him, he was busy chasing a girl who was swooning for a vampire.

It’s a vicious cycle, boys want the girls they can’t have, and girls want the boys they shouldn’t have. Like the same side of a magnet a good boy and a good girl naturally repel each other. In fact, people who know couples like this term them as being ‘boring’. That’s exactly what happened in Vampire Diaries.

In Vampire Diaries Stephen is an upstanding guy. He’s your regular Christian boy, he has an out of control ‘ripper’ in him which he keeps at bay. He always does the right thing , and what does he get for all this Elaina cheating on him with his evil brother Damon.

The most telling part of all this is that this is what the fans wanted. People shipped the Elaina-Damon relationship because sparks flew when they were on screen together. Which is just a tame way of saying they thought that it’s sexier when you juggle knives and not harmless rubber balls.

That’s why some of the most vicious acts against humanity were presumed to be carried out by the Roman Catholic church. And perhaps, this is where the boring paradox rings true.

People think that God wants to make domestic Cats out of feral Tigers. When in fact, He wants Tigers to live up to their full potential, by not stooping low to their weaknesses. Just because God doesn’t want you to draw blood doesn’t mean He doesn’t want you sharp.

People think in Christianity you have to lose yourself, when in fact you find yourself. We are God’s workmanship. That means we aren’t factory-produced to look and act alike, we are handmade to uniquely do a good work. Your quirks aren’t evil, they are tools for kingdom building.

Samson was aggressive, David was a charmer, Moses was meticulous, Adam and Eve where baby boomers, Paul was a nerd, Esther was a slay queen, Sarah was a housewife, John was a helpless romantic, Peter was a disciplinarian, Abraham was entrepreneurial, so whoever told you there’s no room for your personality lied.

So please don’t be a cardboard cutout in the name of sobriety. Only chickens don’t spread out their Peacock fans. Look to the birds of the air your Father created. You can’t do the mating dance, unless you spread your wings and fly.

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