Posts Tagged ‘Innocent’

Peace Processes. Part-Two.

All Hallows/Halloween.

Many today in N-Ireland have found common ground in the strained, but ongoing peace process. One festival that has been seen as a good place to share in is Halloween, this pagan festival can be shared by both Christian traditions. But their differences do remain for the rest of the year, because established traditions that their fear is stopping them from letting go.

This month has seen a rise of knife terrorism in Israel between the Palestinains and israelis, many innocent people have died on bothsides. Meanwhile the P.A. leadership have tried to justify themselves as the victums, this is nothing new under the sun we see it very much in relation to the Welsh towards the English who are seen as always persecuting them.

All of these cases are really related to human sin and how Adam made a list of excuses to God about it was eves fault he ate that apple. But why did he fall into the same trap as her, because he knew as much as she did?

Genesis 3:1-4,  Luke 14:28,  Romans 3:19.

Easter. Part-Three.

Good Friday.

Jesus was arrested by the mob in the garden, then he was passed back and forth until Pilate was ensnared to kill him. Pilate did everything that was in his means to get Jesus released, because he knew he was an innocent man being set up by envious and jealous religious hypocrites.  Matthew 26:57-27:14,  Mark 15:1-15,  Luke 22:63-23:12,  John 18:19-19:16.

Jesus was flogged and mocked and then forced to carry his stake to the place of Crucifixion  outside of Jerusalem. Looking back as believers in the death and resurrection of Jesus, by faith we know why this all had to happen in the way that was the plan of the Father.  Matthew 27:15-56,  Mark 15:16-41,  Luke 23:13-49,  John 19:17-37.

What will you do this Easter season? Will join in the mockers club, will you continue in your religion, without really believing or will you come to change your attitudes and not look back?  Amos 5:4,  John 6:29,  Romans 10:9.

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