Why is there only “One” Chosen One to do God’s dirty work?

Simple, it’s easier for humanity to monitor and keep one “Personification” on track as opposed to thousands.

Meaning it’s like biting into the apple where I am swarming with good and evil and can apply it to the earth as I see fit but with that duty it’s easy to get carried away.

At which point humanity has full permission to try to reason with me in countless ways including the creation of art and songs which help “remove me”.

That way when I am being “too aggressive” I can snap back into a less aggressive mind frame in order to focus on love instead of fear again.

I have to add a bit of fear otherwise enemies would consider it weakness which is why I have said many times in the past that if you know you are not in the wrong?

Then do not worry about my words and continue scrolling through the rest of the story in peace.

Those who do no wrong or those that spread love and light in their own ways are perfectly fine and won’t collide in a negative way, I assure you.

Imagine my “base” as a giant dark tower holding up the center of the “universes” meanwhile light and life sprawl all around it.

The dark teaches the light while protecting them from turning into darkness meanwhile the light shows the dark love while keeping the dark at bay in terms of not getting carried away.

Which ties into the whole couples and soulmates being essential to everyone because alone one cannot always stop them self.

Meanwhile with two both can keep a close eye on eachother.

1 John 5:19
We know that we are children of God and that the world around us is under the control of the evil one.

“You must suffer me to go my own dark way.” 
― Robert Louis Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde



Isaiah 33:22
For the LORD is our Judge, the LORD is our lawgiver, the LORD is our King. He will save us.

“They also held that the way to salvation was to give way to lust and temptation in all things. And no greater percentage of them turned up here than of any other religion. Amusing, isn’t it?” 
― Neil Gaiman, Season of Mists

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