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July 27, 2010

Jennifer Keeton Stood Up to the New Schoolyard Bully

Filed under: Writing — William D. Simpson @ 12:09 AM

Jennifer Keeton has every right to not submit her moral conscience to the bullying of the homosexual movement in America today. I applaud her convictions. Bravo!!!

I was raped as a child by a family member who was a homosexual. My parents never advised, supervised or protected me. I was beaten and stabbed multiple times by homosexual men in prison, because I would not submit to their sexual advancements and attempted rapes. I was raped as an adult man by a friend when I was passed out drugged and drunk. I know what I’m talking about and I know how she feels.

Until recently, I never said anything, but now it’s different. I have been around the homosexual lifestyle all of my life, and I know not all homosexuals are like what I’ve experienced. But I cannot be silent nor will I be told I have no choice but to accept the homosexual lifestyle as normal behavior. What those men did to me was not normal, and now all of American culture is influenced by a few who demand that people like me keep silent. Aint gonna happen baby!

I do not care what you do in private. It’s none of my business. But to proudly parade your behavior in my face, with no concern of how I am made to feel, I have alot to say. And the homosexual/lesbian communities wont like it. You, the homosexual activists, are now the faces of intolerance.


July 26, 2010

Finding God After Leaving Religion? Neither is Possible.

Filed under: Writing — William D. Simpson @ 4:50 AM

…..There is no religion, not even the Christian religion, holding the title deed to God. God’s grace is not limited to a select few. The moment any religion believes it is, you can be sure that religion knows nothing of God…… Steve McSwain, Huffington Post Blogger

So well did the Apostle Paul pin the Scripture, In the last days men will be lovers of self, and not lovers of God.

And Jesus, These people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me.

Steve McSwain is spiritually blind, leading the spiritually blind. It is impossible to “find God.” He is not lost. Humanity is. Unless God draws a person to the revelation of Himself through the person of Jesus Christ, the spiritualism refered to in Steve McSwains blog is idolatry. True, that men have done God a grave injustice in the name of religion, but God Himself, has said, “No one comes to me but through the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

You nor I, can alter Gods purpose and plan in the redemption of an evil and lawless humanity. God, not you, determines the terms in which sinful people can approach His holiness. This is a truth you had better come to terms with.

Jesus said: “I AM” the way, the truth, and the life. If you try to come any other way, you are a thief. True Christianity is the exclusive title and deed to God. Choose life wisely, that you might live.

July 21, 2010


Filed under: Writing — William D. Simpson @ 6:58 AM

They hate my law, they mock my messengers, and their hearts are far from me.

Did not I command my disciples to go into all the world and preach the Gospel, telling my lost humanity to repent of their sins and to turn to me for forgiveness?

Are not my disciples to be ready at all times to give defense of the inerrancy of my written revelation, to correct when needed, and to rebuke those who teach anything other than what I have commanded. My Gospel is not all-inclusive. The pathway to my kingdom is not open to individual interpretation. Sin cannot survive my holy presence, therefore my atoning sacrifice must cover the wickedness of the sinner. Apart from this, they cannot know me.

My law has been given, and I require all people to obey my law. Anything other than absolute adherence to my command is lawlessness. I will not allow disobedience to go unpunished.

My love, for my humanity, is best displayed through what I have done to provide a substitute for those who will turn from their sin, and cry out for my mercy.
There was a price that had to be paid. This is my best. There was no other way. Nor will my anger be long-delayed.

The pathway to me is through Jesus, my Messiah, and Him alone. But the will to answer, is mine to give to whom I’ve called. I know the hearts of all men.
My plea is that they will come to me while there is still time, and as they learn of who I AM, they will withdraw themselves from the deceivers.

Faith, is a journey, that only the pure of heart will follow, and by my design, finish triumphantly. I have called many, but few will choose to answer my call.

Mock me, you feeble men, but the “Day of the LORD” will come upon you, as my awful greatness is displayed. You will cry out in fear, but there will be no comfort for your souls. My grace will no longer be your free gift. It is my righteous judgment that will condemn your lawlessness, as my wrath consumes your eternally damned souls.
I hold the power of life and death in my hands. It is you, O foolish man, who lives as if there is no GOD, whom I shall mock.

Once I’ve rid the world of those who have hated my law, I will then remake my paradise anew. And together, I will, with my redeemed sons and daughters, spend forever in the joys of eternal happiness. Where I will forever, reveal my awe-inspiring greatness to those whom my love has perfected. Heaven awaits.

Musings of God…

July 11, 2010


Filed under: Writing — William D. Simpson @ 11:36 PM

As a child I knew there was something beyond my understanding. I did not grow up in a religious home. I was abused and the only times I felt safe, is when I escaped to the woods. The sights and sounds of nature were music to me and this is where I found peace. I watched during the change of seasons how everything seemed to die, but with the warmth of the spring sun, everything came back to life again. I did not realize until much later in life how God reveals Himself through Creation.

Then were the times that God has spoken to me. On six different occasions, God has told me to do specific things.

The first time I heard Gods voice is when I was in prison. I had been in a fight and was stabbed five times, and nearly died. I was relocated to another prison and was in another serious fight that put me in the prison infirmary. Two fights I did loose. I had no hope and I hated life. I had come to the realization that unless I changed my entire outlook on life, I would soon be dead. For the first time in my life, I cried in regret of the many wrong decisions I had made.

When this epiphany came to me, I knew change would not happen without someone’s help. That’s when I heard a voice say to me, “Pick up My Bible and read it.” I was alone in this room, but the voice was loud and clear. The next day, God said the same thing, “Pick up My Bible and read it.” And again, the next day, God’s voice was very stern, “I said pick up My bible and read it.” The door to the infirmary ward opened, and in walked another inmate who introduced himself as Kevin. He then asked me if I believed in God. I responded, “No, but you now have my attention.” For the rest of that day, Kevin told me about God and Jesus Christ, and he said that salvation was God’s free gift to me. He left his Bible with me.

I was then taken to isolation. For three months, I read the Bible several times through. Though a lot of what I read did not make any sense to me, I saw  example after example of how God had changed a person’s life. I then prayed for the first time in my life. I asked God that if He could help me change, I would be a better person. God then spoke to me again. He said, “Repentance is turning away from that which you are doing.” This time the voice was different. It came from everywhere and the presence I felt brought me to my knees. I repented that day.

It would be another sixteen years before God spoke to me again. Like we all do, I made many more wrong decisions. And then came the day when God had had enough. I was about to do something that would have greatly affected my life negatively, and that’s when I heard God scream, “NO!” It startled so badly that I turned immediately away from what I was about to do, and I never went back. If God ever wants to get your undivided attention, He will.

Then came the night my life forever changed. I had become frustrated with church and what presented itself as Christianity. For a year and a half I studied Scripture intently, to get an understanding of God, of who Jesus really is, and to try to grasp the message of the Gospel. 

While reading, I began to weep as a feeling of fear came upon me. I had no idea what was about to happen. This time God had something very specific to say to me. God said, “I Am the Lord your God. I have brought you out of bondage. You will have no other god before me, you will put nothing before your worship of Me. I Am the Lord your God, and I Am a jealous God over you. I will show you mercy and I will love you all of your life. Love Me and live for Me.” As God spoke, I dropped to my knees.  God’s presence was so tangible, it was scary. Never, in all of my life had so many different emotions and sensations captured me at the same time. God was in my bedroom… When God speaks, you have nothing to say.

There are many more examples that I can give as to the reality of God. Three times I should be dead, and yet, my life was spared. I have seen an angel once, and I have seen a demon. The angel spoke to me and the demon entered me. I don’t know why God allowed me to see into the spirit realm, but He did, and its real. You may think I’m a bit off, but it’s all true. I’ve had people say things to me that no one but me knew about. I’ve done the same to other people. I have seen happen, what could not have happened but by a supernatural hand.

All of my life, God has prepared me for the time we are now in. I’m sure science has many good things still to offer, but no scientific data can disprove the reality of a personal God. Especially when I know there is a divine Creator, who is both Savior and Judge to a lost humanity. My story, in its entirety, is available in bookstores nationwide. Living in the Hope of My Imagination is a compelling account of events that proves the Bible is a living revelation of God. If you have ever wanted evidence to prove the existence of God, my book does. It’s raw and it’s real. My challenge to you is to read it. I will challenge your world-view and give you pause for thought.

July 8, 2010


Filed under: Uncategorized — William D. Simpson @ 3:52 PM

My book offers candid and honest answers as to why the hope and change platform of Obamas administration is nothing more than DC politics as usual. I worked in both Washington DC and the Northern Virginia areas for 20 years among high-end restaurants that catered to political heavy weights and lobbyists, their lawyers and the many up and coming juniors who will do anything to gain the attention of established monarchs, to secure their public service tenure. My observation sheds a whole new light on the few select minds that dictate how the American people live.

Living in the Hope of My Imagination is a much needed discussion that does this in a fashion that’s rare in the literary world. I write from and use my life’s and my work experience to detail the collapse of morality in America, and the inevitable price we have all had to pay.

Senators and Congressman play the Republican and Democrat party game as if the two parties have different points of view. They present themselves as being loyal to their constituent’s hopes and wishes, and will say what the Gallup Polls or senior advisors tell them what they had better say. But in reality, bipartisan politics have raped the American people of their moral conscience and self-respect.

I have served drinks to heavy-hitters from both sides of the political circus and after inebriation sets in, public enemies become intimate friends. The power lunches are about tactics to impose new policies and laws, who to lobby and pork spending, and the dinners are to celebrate the ignorance of their constituents. It is my personal belief that many elected politicians are working together to strangle the life out of Americas endangered constitution. 

The American people should be concerned with special interests like the Matthew Sheppard/James Byrd Jr Hate Crimes Bill, which was signed into law on October 28, 2009 by Obama. This is believed by many among the law abiding constitutionalists, to whom liberals like Pelosi, call terrorists, to be a successful attempt to establish government controlled regulations that will eventually be used to restrict free speech. The examples of what has already happened in Europe and more recently in Canada, proves the direction in which the federal government desires to take the American people. 

If politicians are successful in the amending of, or rewriting the First Amendment to appease special interests, the class separations will eventually fall. This is when the proponents of hope and change will realize the fools they were played to be.

Socialism has only two classes. Those with power, and everyone else.

Living in the Hope of My Imagination a must read for those who long to know what it will take to bring these criminals to justice, and then restore hope in a nation’s people who have lost awareness of who they really are.

July 6, 2010


Filed under: Uncategorized — William D. Simpson @ 2:01 AM

I wrote my book in hope of my life’s story touching you emotionally. If there has ever been a book that needs to be read, to help people understand the reality of a personal God, to whom we will all stand before one day to give an account of our life’s witness, my book could be the one.

My entire life’s story is one on personal tragedy. Some of these events are detailed in my book and used to narrate the moral decline of our societies. It was written with the intent to shock the reader, to challenge the reader, and to make the reader think about how their life’s witness affects their culture, and will, inevitably, be judged by God.

Also written about with great detail, are the times and events when God revealed Himself to me in ways that I could no longer deny the reality of a personal God. And how, by knowing that my Creator cared for someone to whom life never gave a chance, I realized the potential that was within me, and the strength to overcome all adversity.

I am now in my early 40s. I’m sober and drug free. I am married to Shannon, who is the greatest gift I have ever been given. We are the legal guardians of two young girls who were abandoned by their mother. We have been able to do for these still impressionable young girls, what life never gave me the opportunity to realize until now. It’s very rewarding. And the accomplishment of my lifetime, is having become a published author. This is a treasure that no one can ever take away from me.

My life’s story needs to be told. People today are angry and confused, and there seems to be few who are capable to lead a lost and hurting humanity to the true knowledge of a seeking savior. Each of you have influence within your culture, and that influence can not only impact their natural life, but even more importantly, their eternal life. Please help me tell my story to the world. God weeps for His humanity…

July 4, 2010


Filed under: Uncategorized — William D. Simpson @ 10:55 PM

Jesus said to them, “It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners.” Mark 2:17

For all have sinned against God. What is needed more than anything, is for ministers of the Gospel to be real with the audience they speak to. America is sick with sin, because the “live your best life now” dialogue heard from most evangelical preachers today, will never penetrate the calloused nature of our culture. Their observation is, “Who are you to tell me what some obsecure book says is the way I should live?”, when what they see is the facade of Christianity in the 21rst century.

Lost is the conviction of a man who knows that he is a vile sinner, to whom God has given mercy, to redeem through the sanctifying work of His Spirit. Salvation is a wonderful gift given to those who believe, but a person, in the hands of God, is repeadetly broken during the process of being prepared to serve. Only humility can convey the true nature of God.  This is the hardest lession I have yet to learn.

All of my life, I have had to fight. Nothing was ever given to me, and all that I thought I was, has been taken from me. The more I learn about God, the more I realize how little I truly understand. I have overcome much to be where I am today, and for this accomplishment, I was proud. “Look at what I’ve done”, was the platform of my pride, but God has saw fit to break me once again. Who am I, to be proud of an achievement not of my own. Without Christ, I can do nothing. Without Christ, I am nothing…

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