We received this response to His Watchmen Are Blind:
I do not sense the Love of God coming from you.
What does it matter what you sense? Are your senses to be trusted as the Word of God?
Did the Pharisees sense Jesus’ love coming from Him? Did the Jews in Jerusalem sense God’s love coming to them when the city was under siege in 70 AD, and then overthrown by the Romans, who encircled the city with the crucified bodies of those Jews who did not flee while the opportunity was still there, as Jesus said it would be (Luke 21:20)? Do you think you will fare better in not heeding our warning by Him?
What matters is what God says and does. He has sent us to tell you those things, your sins included, and if you judge there is no love, then you will not see the love of God, except in His judgment that goes contrary to yours.
It is all about feelings to you. You are following a false Jesus, not the true Lord Jesus Christ, Whom you cannot see. Your idolatry blinds you and robs you of your senses. What you sense is false, as is your god.
Those given the grace to love God and neighbor will be accepted of God, but rejected by men, just as Jesus promised and exemplified. Whoever's eyes are opened will see the same in the following brief, but poignant, correspondence.
There are many presumed ministers of Christ who teach that God only wants and does the good things that happen to us, never the evil. This is fanciful, flesh-satisfying, anti-Christ doctrine from Hell. We better believe that God is in full control over both good and evil, or we will faint when evil and tribulation come to try us. We need to understand that God is over all things. Otherwise, why are we told to fear Him? “Behold therefore the goodness and severity of God?” (Romans 11:22).
How can it be that the soft-spoken, "loving and caring" Christian believes in a god who will torture, when this life ends, the majority of those creatures presumably made in his image, time without end? It can be because such a Christian is in darkness, and is worshiping another god, as this exchange demonstrates.