Posts Tagged ‘Judgement’

‘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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A Selfish Society! Two.

Regretting? 

Time will tell for the many nations who today call themselves advanced? One has to wonder what this advancement might mean, as to kill others to join in the unions and alliances of mass genocide in the names of science and advancement?

God will soon make His Judgement on the world, when Jesus returns to take His Ekklesia to meet Him in the sky! But between now and that great day, there is still time for us to repent and seek God, confessing our failure and seeing Jesus, who died for us forgive our failings!

1 Thessalonians 4:17,   1 Corinthians 15:52,   Mark 14:62,   Acts 26:18,   Philippians 1:19,  2 Timothy 4:4.

His love Endures. Part-One.

God-Jesus Forever.

There are many Christians out there who get very uptight when we start to perhaps challenge their view of God and Love. Sad to say that there are many doctrines in the Church related to love, that are down right wrong and complety misunderstand what the bible is saying.

Both Protestants and Catholics have allowed themselves to be deluded into a doctrine that has nothing to do with what God is saying through His word. The love of God will endure forever, what does that mean?

It means that God’s love is everlasting, even beyond the day of Judgement, because God is and He does not change.It is we who are always changing in actions and thoughts!

Psalm 103:17,  Romans 8;28-31,  James 1:12.

Fanatcism and Terror-ism. Part-Two.

Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.

They have a different way of looking at us and it is much more than being the infadel? They see that our culture is moraly unclean to what the Koran teaches. In fact they are living the Old Testament to its fulness in relation to the Patriarchs from Adam to Moses.

This is not a 6-7the century religion it is ancient! Are they wrong in what they believe and see or understand of us? We need to be very careful, becuase God used Babylon to Crush sinful Israel and He will use a God fearing people to punish a declining Christian world.

Isaiah 10:5,  Jeremiah 51:20,  1 Corinthians 6:9-10.

Promised Return. Part-Two.

The Day of the Lord.

This is when Jesus will return for the believers, but it is also the day of Judgement. All will have to face the Judgement seat of God. Jesus is also bringing with Him His heavenly army to defeat Babylon and the armies of the nations who are attacking Jerusalem and Israel, the people of His eye.

There is a lot more to these events and in time we hope to look at different aspects that are mentioned across the bible, not just in the book of Revelation.

Joel 2:1,  Zephaniah 1:14,  Matthew 7:22,  2 Peter 2:9.

Return. Part-One.

Day of The Lord.

Many people tend to forget when Easter is over that’s it in ‘Christian holidays. But we are told at the Ascension that He would return the same way that He left.  The return of the Lord has more to with just Judgement Day. There will be a period of a thousand year reign on the earth and various periods to go through before the final end.

So humanity is being plenty of time to repent of their Sins and turn to acknowledge and believe in Him.  Matthew 16:27, 24:29-31, Mark 13:24-27.

Remembrance Sunday. Part-Two.

Remembrance Sunday not just for Britain.

Many thousands of Commonwealth and allied troops and resistors died fighting in a coalition against Nazi-Germany and Imperial Japan. Jesus tells us that war is an inevitable fact of human history and his followers should not worry. Mark 13:7.

Humanity is stained by Sin and the heart is selfish, nations do go to war, so do people who row and argue end up in fights, which sometimes leads to murder. Romans 3:23, 6:23.

Jesus warns us in Mark 13 that the Judgment Day of the Father will come at the end and we need to know where we will be standing on that day?
John 3:16-21, Acts 4:12.

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