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THE TRUE IMAGE OF CHRIST

By Credo, published on Dec 29, 2015

WHO WOULD DARE ALTER THE WORDS OF GOD BUT A SERPENT?

What does the biblical image of God actually look like? And how important is his image to the religious establishment in addition to the progressive workings of civilization? The world has never pondered the abundant yet traditional images found in the institution of religion and even though it was said that color doesn't matter, they went about their business posting white images of the anointed Jesus CHRIST all over the earth. Although over a period of time people have inadvertently validated these ancient images through perceptual... (more)

Tags: christ, history, savior, biblical, messiah, anointed, paintings

She Takes Pleasure In The Rock

By Credo, published on Feb 5, 2014

I have likened the daughter of Zion to a comely and delicate woman. (Jeremiah 6:2 KJV)

But Jerusalem which is above is free, which is the mother of us all. (Galatians 4:26 KJV

"THE MOTHER OF US ALL"

I am broken; Yet I love you with all my wounded heart.

I am singed, charred, and burned in the fires of our tribulation.

And yet my ashes, that were scattered, yearns for salvation.

My calling is persistent, excited, and impatient, I am impelled to desperate measures.

I am no longer that old wounded man, that transverse the back alley's of this cruel... (more)

Tags: israel, jerusalem, peace, salvation, redemption, shalom, olive branch

The Trouble With The True Church

By Credo, published on Feb 1, 2014

PRIDE IS SWEET IN THY MOUTH, YET RUIN, IS BITTER IN THY BELLY

The trouble with the awaken brothers, is that almost every one, once awaken assumes they know the entire truth, they seem to take on an enormous sense of pride, going about stealing information from one another and presenting it to the congregation as if the Most High spoke to them first. Operating as if the Most High will give them points or blessings by telling others first some new secret about the bible, when they really don't seek after the Most High, but after fame, recognition, and the maintenance of their own pride.

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Tags: love, unity, faith, understanding, the congregation of heaven

The Green Mile

By Credo, published on Dec 5, 2013

"The Green Mile" is a 1999 American drama film directed by Frank Darabont adapted from the 1996 Stephen King novel.

“Academy Award nominated film adapted from a novel by Stephen King. It centers around the lives of death row inmates and their guards. In particular the plot surrounds one of the inmates who is a man with mystical powers, who can cure the sick and on occasion bring back the dead. During his incarceration, a guard notices how gentle the prisoner is despite his alleged heinous crime ( molesting and murdering two blonde haired Caucasian female children) and his tremendous... (more)

Tags: jesus, movie, bible, christ, christian, michael clarke duncan, messiah

Male Disposability And Marginalization

By Credo, published on Nov 17, 2013

Marginalization means that one group of people are denied things that others are allowed, treated as insignificant.

When we talk about male verses female privilege, and the examination of those various denials, this should lead us in the direction of understanding just who in our society is being marginalized and disposed of like old inoperable appliances, and who really has privilege in society.

MARGINALIZATION; You mean!

Like not getting taken seriously when crying rape?

Like not being protected by the law when they become victims of violence by another... (more)

Tags: love, society, relationship, female, male, corporation, modern marriage, institutionalism

Acoustics of a Train

By Credo, published on Sep 29, 2013

Ever noticed the acoustics of a train?

Like the way it moves,rumbling about shaking like a dragon fly in the storm's rain.

Each wheel 's teeth grinding the rails, devouring the track

Causes a sail blowing full bloom in the wind.

The train whistling as it moves forward and then back

Reaching, bellowing, quivering like a spoiled child in hunger pains

Inching down the tracks, cursing inflammation and insanity, pretending to be sane.

Couldn't ever wonder what a motor car would say if it could speak gin.

That If it had vocal cords,... (more)

Tags: mta, road, tracks, railway, third rail, locomotive, long island, rail, electric trains

Celebrated Statue of Theodore Roosevelt

By Credo, published on Sep 20, 2013

Publicly Acknowledged, Secretly Celebrated Statue of Theodore Roosevelt

American history apparently began on the steps of the museum of Natural History, central park west. The first thing you see upon entering the steps of the museum, is this bronze equestrian statue. Is it [the Theodore Roosevelt statue is the beginning of the museum's presentation] the beginnings of the American story, as it is the entrance to the edifice of our history? Clearly the artistic sculpture of President Theodore Roosevelt that is situated in front of the museum of Natural History uncovers the possibility... (more)

Tags: art, history, secrets, artist, sculpture, theodore roosevelt, statue, museum, knowledge. biblical

The Dungeon

By Credo, published on Sep 6, 2013

Cool air swept briskly over the plains of the Shire, while the descending moon, [she] appeared to be saying; good night to the sun, who upon rising he replied, good morning. Why do you always have to run?

I remember vividly that all important morning, every moment of it, still playing around in my mind, like an unforgettable tune. The village populous began their early chores relatively slower than usual. The cattle hadn't even awoken, not even a dog barked or made its rounds. It never occurred to me that this late start was entirely unusual for the people of YorkShire. It was this... (more)

Tags: prison, jail, stocks, castles, imprisoned, dungeon, kings, kingdom

The Fine Art of Plagiarism

By Credo, published on Aug 27, 2013

They say that the greatest compliment to an author, or an artist is when his work, his craft, and his commercial persona [the very essence of his caricature and artistic being] has been plagiarized.

This single moment in time, is said to be, the first sign of his [author's] greatness. It is suppose to signify to the author that as a writer, a comedian, a radio talk show host or an artist of any marketable reputation, that he has finally reached a major pinnacle in his profession. I 'm not at all together certain if that's true; It feels to me rather distasteful, almost like I've been... (more)

Tags: plagiarism, copyright, intellectual property, commercial laws, stolen property

Oh! I Believe In Yesterday

By Credo, published on Aug 25, 2013

In the early years of the youthful American society men and women had clear cut roles, everybody knew their boundaries, and what was expected of one another. They knew who would stand watch over the children, and the children was fine with that daily arrangement, as long as someone baked a few cookies drank milk and bonded with them. They understood the ancient mysteries of nature, someone had to watch over the cubs while someone hunted. There was a regal air of respect for one another, a respect for the natural duties of their mates

I don't know, but back then things seemed so much... (more)

Tags: history, home on the range, frontier, the good old days, back in the day

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