Posts Tagged ‘Humanity’

Orangeism! Two

Will it ever End?

As long as humanity has existed man has devised plans for exclusiveness, so that they can get one better over the other? What orangeism is about is a hoax interpretation of historical facts and biblical truths twisted to meet their needs!

But here is the dilemma that effects most religious systems, Roman Catholicism has its own secret organisations within business and the Priesthood that has a much if not more influences?

Basically to be a real Christian believer is to avoid anything that gets in the way between us and our personal relationship with Jesus! We have to learn to keep to the straight and narrow, our eyes fixed on Him and allow nothing else to stop us from reaching our eternal prize!

Psalm 119:6,  123:2,  Acts 17:31,  Romans 8:6,  12:17,  Philippians 2:8-11,  Titus 2:13,  Hebrews 3:1,  12:2.

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‘Happy New Year 2018.

Peace and Joy!

This is the traditional message of Christmas, that today seems lost in the rush of buying for everyone, but many of our cards even secular ones will still have a greeting similar to this?

Real peace and joy comes only when we know the Lord Jesus as our personal Saviour, other wise it is nothing more than feelings that are very much fleeting?

Christmas and Easter are about Jesus birth and death, he cam as the babe human the Saviour of the world and the King of Israel and He died for the sins of His people Israel and also for the Gentiles to make reconciliation between two races and between fallen humanity and God!

Genesis 28:21,  Psalm 16:4,  37:37,  Matthew 28:21,  John 14:27,  Romans 15:13,  Hebrews 12:2.

Holocaust Memorial. Two.

Denial?

There are so many people in the world who deny history and God, they want so much to have everything fit their way and they also try at times desperately to hide their failing from near and far?

This is the true side of human nature, it has ben with humanity since the fall of Eve and Adam! But when we face the truth, we are on the road to being healed of the deception we are in and on the way to finding a New Life with Jesus as the Lord of our lives?

Joshua 24:27,   Matthew 10:33,   John 3:14-17,   Titus 1:16.

The Harvest. One.

Reaping and Threshing.

We all need food and the most staple food is carbohydrates, bread, noodles, pasta and rice? Humanity cannot live without them everyday and they have to be harvested on mass to keep the food chains demand.

Different parts of the world grow different grains, the west demands wheat and barley. While the Far-East rice. stalks of one kind or another have to be first mature to be reaped and in the case of dryness threshed.

Exodus 9:31-32, Leviticus 26:5, Proverbs 10:5, Isaiah 9:2, Matthew 9:37.

Reconciliation. Part-One.

God and Humanity.

Jesus is that first step in reconciliation between us and God and this is what was being marked a few weeks ago at Easter. It is faith and the admitting of our failure that brings us by Jesus blood into this new relationship.

The bible explains it in simplicity, it has not become a doctrine or a religious ritual as some arms of the Christisn Church ensnares many into believing.

God does not want to see any human being of His creation lost, but we all have the choices to choose the way to go?

2 Corinthians 5:18,  Colossians 1:20.

Jesus Return. Part-Two.

‘You will see Me Again.’

Jesus told the religious men of His day who were sending Him to the cross, that they would see Him again in glory. This is a fact that we cannot escape, all of humanity will see Jesus at the end.

The bible tells us that men will hide under the rocks hoping for death, but we who are believers will instead be caught up in air to be with Him.

Matthew 26:64,  Mark 14:62,  1 Thessalonians 4:17,  Revelation 6:16.

The Plague. Part-Two.

We have a Problem!

The death toll is now rising dramatically and the west is starting to wake up, but its is always money that will prevent a cure being found for Africa, but not for Britain or the United States.

This is dishonesty on a big scale and shows the lack of humanity rather than the claims of many. Where does the believer stand in all this? Financing relief, prayer and questioning the status quoa is perhaps some of the key elements.

Proverbs 11:6, Isaiah 66:24,  Hosea 13:14, Luke 12:15.

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