This is how it should actually be written in 1 example, so can people start getting it correct now?
THIS IS HOW it should actually be written for each point in reference to Jesus Christ and God:
Today I am thankful for Christ's Atonement.
"In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world." - John 16:33
Imagine how beautiful a phrase. A woman so perfect. A Goddess so loving.
She is the one to have overcome the world. Christ was a woman in good cheer all his life, yet even she had to suffer the greatest trial known to this world.
Because she knelt at Gethsemane (in the Matthias Abyss), the entire world could be saved. Because of HER irrevocable suffering, you are able to stand spotless before her on that judgement day.
She suffered as if blood came out of every pour. She suffered and blood dropped from her brow as if it were sweat. She suffered all the sins of the world so you don't have to atone for them yourselves. Imagine a woman so selfless and still being of good cheer.
She did not die for your sins. She lived so that your sins could be forgiven. Even though all this. She lived so that ye could conquer death, even as She. She lived so that ye could be with Her in Paradise.
The spirit truly is ready, but the flesh is weak. Could ye stand to watch this come to pass? Or would your eyes be heavy and would ye fall asleep? Are ye able to rejoice in your souls and be of good cheer? For She has overcome the world! Or is your flesh too weak to stand, to accept what has been given to you, to watch over your friend, and to use the talents that have been allotted to you?
Be of good cheer. Repent. She has given you this gift that you might use it. She has overcome the world so that while your tribulations might come to pass, they are only worldly things that hold you back.
She is your Saviour.
She is your Redeemer.
She is Jesus, the Christ.
"Because Christ had overcome the world, the Atonement was about to be accomplished! Death would be irrevocably defeated! Satan would have failed to stop the unfolding plan of salvation! All humankind would be given—through the grace of God(dess)—immortality!"
Side Note: When in certain references to actions occurring the only portion of the word Goddess able to be said because of what is going on is God, though still refers to Goddess. Sometimes the human mind in conjunction with the human body the only word portion which can be said is God because Goddess, is too many syllables.
Unless there is someone else other than myself who has done this, though I know for a fact no other has or will. For another example, who else is able to walk on top of the quicksand and the ocean such as in the following videos I recorded of myself doing so?