Posts Tagged ‘Hearts’

‘Out of Control? One.

Sexual Abuse!

This conclusion is not acceptable to the many victims and their families, because it shows to us that the Church has been left unchecked and probably deliberately for a long time by the many who thought they would remain untouchable?

How wrong they were and how sad it is to know that institutions set up to do good were nothing more than a hypocritical stance on justified murder of babies that could not be aborted by woman making that free choice themselves!

What is the answer to all of this, the courts of each land should be allowed to prosecute the clergy for crimes against the people! The Church will ultimately have to answer to God on Judgement day, as the same for all of humanity for their idles words and actions this being a very scary prospect for the people of faith!

Matthew 18:6,   Mark 9:42,   Luke 17:2,   Romans 10:8-11,   Revelation 18:21.

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History of Conflicts. Two.

My Religion, My Ways, I, Me My-Self.

The Apostle Paul told us in his letters to the first Christians in the New Testament that he had met many false believers. They seemed to believe, but it was there actions and reactions that revealed their real intentions.

From excluding certain believers out of fellowship, to commiting adultry at the Communion/Lord’s table to being mentioned in the Book of Revelation as the Nicolations.

It is very hard to be a believer wither one is a Catholic or a Protestant, because denominational membership means nothing to God knowing our hearts. Faith may be measured in this world by filling in a card for either Confirmation or Baptism, but only God knows our Hearts.

1 Corinthians 3:4-7,  Colossians 2:18,  1 Timothy 1:20,  2 Peter 2;1,  Revelation 2:6,  15.

EASTER. Part-Two.

‘As Judas took the Bread, Satan entered into him.’

Jesus knew that Judas from Iscariot was the man who would betray Him and yet despite this knowledge, He knew that this was the plan of His Father God to go to the cross.

Jesus still knows our thoughts, many people who claim to be Christians think they can get away with things, they can live as the world lives. But they are very mistaken in thinking that God does not know.

John 13:21-29, Genesis 6:5, Psalm 10:4, Matthew 12:25, Mark 7:21, Hebrews 4:12.

Peace Processes. Part-One.

The Middle Ground.

There are many conflicts around our ever increasing small world, we only hear what each of our media outlets report in each country so we never get the full picture. To start a peace process we have to find a middle ground, it could be something we share but have differing opions or views on?

Some peace processes are up and running in N-Ireland, Spain, South-Africa, India and Pakistan and Colombia. These processes might not be perfect, but they are much better than full conflict.

The best peace to have between two factions is to have peace first in ones hearts with God and then we will be able to forgive eachothers misunderstandings.

Matthew 6:14-15,  18:21,  John 14:27,  James 3:18.

Crises. Part-Two.

Seeking Peace.

There remains to this day many people around the world, near and far who are not content with peace. They want to stir up old wounds for their own prestige, they dress it up as being righteous, seeking justice or we want.

Some times they will get a bit of what they want or want to achieve, so that people will praise them up. Strife is always a costly affair, because violence breeds more with hatred and factionism.

This is not Gods way, He wants peace and people to give up things for it to be achieved. Some ‘Christians are great players on theology and politics to suit their own selfish agendas. But it is only God who knows what truth is in our hearts.

1 Corinthians 14:33,  Hebrews 4:12,  James 3:16.

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