Wednesday, July 18, 2018

6 results for 'jesus christ'

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

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jun 2, 2014

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Caught a video by 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 Rescue Mission

By Jedo Kingsman, published on Mar 19, 2014 save me!?!" God looked him squarely in the eye and said, "I sent a truck, a boat and finally a helicopter. What more did you expect me to do?"

Do you think that you are a good person? Good people go to Heaven, right? So what do you have to worry about... Why all this talk about Jesus Christ? He lived and died 2,000 years ago... what does that matter? Why do people still read the Bible... some dusty old book? They didn't have the internet back then... what did they know? And churches? Just a bunch of hypocrites talking about God on Sunday morning and then cursing and yelling... (more)

Tags: angels, god, heaven, paranormal, aliens, demons, rescue, satan, jesus christ, savior, rescue mission, lucifer, deliverer, rescuer

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

By Jedo Kingsman, published on Jan 12, 2014

We don't need to look far to find scandal, abuse, adultery, the use of pornography, lying, drunkenness and other types of reprehensible behavior among people that are supposed to be living good Christian lives. People that call themselves 'Christian' are many times the opposite of what one would consider a Christian to be (I include myself in this group, in times past). While there is an aspect of human frailty and weakness that we all will struggle with to some extent, there is a doctrine that has become a 'pillar' of the vast majority of Christian churches which is not Biblical and has led... (more)

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

Easter Wonders

By Randy Mitchell, published on Mar 27, 2013

The day that Jesus arose after being nailed to a wooden cross, crucified til death, and giving the world a promise of everlasting life is the most significant worldly event to ever happen. It's what gives believer's hope, reasons to not fear death, and a peace inside that says, "yes" there is another life after this one comes to an end. It's an inner peace which millions carry with them, knowing that when their day of crossover finally happens there will be an outstretched hand immediately grasping theirs, welcoming them to the streets of gold. I love the sights and sounds of Christmas.... (more)

Tags: christianity, randy mitchell, jesus christ, easter, christian beliefs, easter week, the pope

The Line Between Almost and Always

By Thom Hunter, published on Apr 7, 2012

... to me the most real of all the holidays we celebrate. It is the line between almost and always. Of any moment in history, it is the one that matters most. I don’t quarrel with the Word of God; I believe it’s true. No matter my doubts about the things of this world, I know that Easter – Jesus Christ’s victory over death – transcends those shadows with the light of truth.

I know what it feels like to be unforgiven. I know what it feels like to be sort-of forgiven, like grace with small print. But because of Easter, I know what it feels like to be wholly forgiven forever. Not... (more)

Tags: gay, love, relationships, god, homosexuality, Forgiveness, faith, salvation, christian, grace, lgbt, ex-gay, jesus christ, resurrection, easter, scripture

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