“We hear the stories from non-believers attesting to the corruption of believers of God what have you to say of this matter?” they asked with grin and glee. “I remember standing in a line-up,” I began, “and the line-up was for muffins. I didn’t know the person in front of me nor the person behind me but it was obvious to my cliche that they too enjoyed muffins. One man bought a muffin and before leaving the line he took a huge bite out of it and began to choke. Some left the line up afraid, others waited patiently as I did. When the man was done choking he began to curse the muffin to which others felt that they too should leave the line-up. I stayed, bought my muffin and from the example of his big bite.. I ate within rational desire. I came back to that store every week or so and that man made it his mission to thwart everyone else from buying muffins. He would make up stories about how they put him in the hospital, or they caused a grave sickness to his family. He would even target the sales clerk and say they are rude and mean among other qualities that I’m sure you can compare with this analogy unto said unbelievers.”, “Well what is the point?” they asked.
“The point I’m making is that when you are in line and ready to enjoy God.. someone else who held God as a past favorite may have had a circumstance where they bit too much for their sake to handle. They could easily make things up based upon broken emotions about Him; their ambition being to stop others from reaching the enjoyment of their favorite.. which is God”