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Michael Jackson, hate, religion, Jesus, love and to care

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jun 2, 2014

Image via: http://www.quotesworthrepeating.com/

Caught a video by http://sherayx.wordpress.com/ a while ago on her blog, I always ask myself, if Jesus was to come back to Earth, would we kill him AGAIN? It is in our nature to kill, be evil, and hate. I can back my claim up 100%, JFK, Bob Marley, John Lennon, Martin Luther King and more is the truth about us as a species, these men, and there were Woman and many more, I know, came and tried to do good, make change, inject love through their ways and means. Yeah we witness remarkable acts of individual kindness, I have seen it,... (more)

Tags: religion, jesus, music, love, michael jackson, god, hate, evil, harmony, like, jesus christ, true love, dislike, injecting love, popular music, the church, the second coming, trut

The Big Lie Nobody Challenges, and How to Have Eternal Life!

By Jedo Kingsman, published on Jan 12, 2014

...day. There is more required than an experience of being 'Born again'. While the 'new birth' is an important first step, and it is the point at which all of our past sins (done in ignorance) are cleansed (and the most poignant demonstration of God's grace in Christ), it is just the beginning. Jesus clearly teaches that, unless we bear good fruit (and stop bearing bad fruit), we will be cut off.

John 15: “I am the true vine, and My Father is the vinedresser. Every branch in Me that does not bear fruit, He takes away; and every branch that bears fruit, He prunes it so that it may... (more)

Tags: christianity, jesus, god, truth, salvation, devil, meaning of life, angel, jesus christ, eternal life, once saved, saved

A Reflection

By melanie jean juneau, published on Jan 4, 2014

Today’s Gospel: John 1:35-42

It is amazing, really, that John’s disciples simply hear their teacher announce that Jesus is “the Lamb of God” and they follow Him, without question, without speaking a word. They are on a journey, so they do not cling to John possessively but let go to continue their search for God. These men are hungry for God and they are open, recognizing the light when they see it.

These former followers of John cannot even answer Jesus when He asks them, “What do you seek?” They probably don’t have a clue what they are really seeking: they simply know in their... (more)

Tags: jesus, courage, disciple, follow

The Green Mile

By Credo, published on Dec 5, 2013

...from a malignant ailment gave John a necklace of St. Christopher This small jester of gratitude is another clue to who John Coffey truly represents in the movie. she said that she dreamed about John, seeing him in darkness and that they found each orher there in the dark, she was talking about (Jesus Christ). This film is confirmation that the establishment understands the true nationality of Christ according to Revelations 1:14,15, and Daniels 10:5.6

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

St. Christopher

According to the legendary account of his life... (more)

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

The War on Christmas

By Paul Anthony, published on Nov 28, 2013

...government, media, advertising, and cultural issue both at home and abroad.

In recent times this has been restricted to concerns about Christmas themes such as Santa Claus and the giving of gifts as opposed to the real reason for the season professed by Christians, namely the birth of Jesus.

Current controversy is centred in western countries such as the United States, Canada and to a lesser extent the United Kingdom and Ireland. It originates from a contrast between the holiday's social and economic role and its strong association with Christianity. This is particularly so ... (more)

Tags: religion, islam, jesus, christmas, holidays, america, britain, canada, scotland, trees, hannukah, seasonal

Imagine – John Lennon - In cartoon

By Shaun Gibson, published on Sep 20, 2013

... God in action through prayer. I mean to upset nor hurt anyone’s feelings here, only put something into context. We can’t have our cake and eat it in this World. The Metaphor in this song is “HOPE, PEACE AND LOVE” Xx

Just to add, the Peace sign IS NOT a depiction of Jesus upside down on the cross, the “peace sign,” as it is commonly known today, was originally designed in the late 1950s as the logo for the British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament; later it was adopted more widely by anti-war activists in the United States and elsewhere. The V hand signal and ... (more)

Tags: religion, jesus, love, relationships, god, life, bible, emotions, living, bloggers for peace, movies and tv, caring. sharing

Spiritual Warfare and Comet ISON - Roy Potter

By Shaun Gibson, published on Sep 7, 2013

This lad Roy Potter is an ex military man, and is doing some CRAZY video's just now, he is always on the point as far as I can take. He is telling us all, Evil is ruling the World right now. Just listen to what he has to say. If you can spare 20 minutes, FOR FUCKS SAKE, Listen to what he says, and do some research! PLEASE! The video below is something, come to your own thoughts, just your own

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24fDjyKIzz0

ASK GOD, he is asking

WHERE TO LOOK FOR COMET I-SON

PLEASE WATCH THIS RE: COMET ISON !!! THIS IS WOW, This is filtered... (more)

Tags: religion, jesus, terrorism, politics, god, war, bible, government, lies, conspiracies, random, corporate greed in our world, strange stories, whatever goes/happens, wwiii, world af

Carnations and Divinity

By Rev. Eddie Tatro, published on Aug 27, 2013

The presence of a carnation flower anywhere signifies divinity. The literal meaning of ‘carnation flower’ is the ‘flower of love'. The legend of the carnation says that these beautiful flowers first grew on Earth from Mary’s tears after watching her Son, Jesus, carrying His cross through Jerusalem. Therefore, carnations are used in many ceremonies and any special occasions; this flower was pink in color.

Mary, the Mother of Jesus, wept at the sight of her Son bearing the cross, and her tears turned to the first carnations. Leonardo Da Vinci immortalized the association of the... (more)

Tags: jesus, carnation, blessed mother, blessed virgin, carnations, dianthus caryophyllus, madonna of the carnation, madonna of the pinks, virgin mary

Desperate Hunger Energizes Curiosity

By melanie jean juneau, published on Jul 10, 2013

The Rich Young man in the Gospel of Matthew was not hungry or thirsty. He was curious, he did seek Jesus and ask Him questions but he was too comfortable to let go of his old way of life and trust in God alone.

The Rich and the Kingdom of God

16 Just then a man came up to Jesus and asked, “Teacher, what good thing must I do to get eternal life?”

17 “Why do you ask me about what is good?” Jesus replied. “There is only One who is good. If you want to enter life, keep the commandments.”

18 “Which ones?” he inquired.

Jesus replied, “‘You shall not murder, you shall... (more)

Tags: christianity, jesus, religion and spirituality, catholic church, faith, curiosity, catholicism, active faith

Humour and the Dark Night of the Soul

By melanie jean juneau, published on May 25, 2013

While on a journey to visit one of her convents, a donkey threw St. Theresa of Avila into a stream of freezing cold water. Standing in her water-logged, heavy habit, she yelled at God,

“If this is how you treat your friends, no wonder you have so few!”

The spiritual journey is intense and hard but if we keep a sense of humour, don’t take ourselves too seriously and stop meddling in God’s business, the journey becomes much easier. A friend of Thomas Merton, a Trappist monk, once asked him if it was possible to tell if a another person had truly undergone inner transformation.

... (more)

Tags: jesus, god, humour, christ, catholic, spirituality, dark night of the soul

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