Romans 14:11 "For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God." to me: 1473. egó Usage: I, the first-person pronoun. have (2), mine (10), mine* (1), myself (11), number (1), ours (8), ourselves (4), part (2), say (1). It has been written for Live I, says [the] Lord, that to Me will bow every knee, and every tongue will confess So in other words... For those who are involved with this.... this will occur. For those not in this 'picture' due to a non concern towards these things, etc, it might not as readily apply. For example... atheists might not be concerned with these sorts of things and so wouldn't be involved in comparison to those 'atheists' that might be involved with these sorts of things, but only in guise as to being, yet might be involved.. etc.... But how would this be 'fair' if a person didn't want to become involved but became involved to maybe have to find this a 'painful' thing to go through? And this is true also... Because #1: If from the notion that God is painful to acknowledge and The Lord is painful to acknowledge, then maybe They are painful to acknowledge. But #2: If from the notion that God is not painful to acknowledge and The Lord is not painful to acknowledge, then maybe They are not painful to acknowledge and this 'bowing' of knee and confessing with tongue would not be a painful experience but a rejoicing one. As for me and this house, please... do not bring discouragement .. * knock knock hello? Hi. Have you heard that The LORD and God and The Christ Messiah are really false persons and that's is why we are here? To set you free and at liberty? Um..