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9/23/2015 - Pope Frances picks this day to come to the USA which begins the Equinox. Wicca/Pagan Ceremonies begin as well. It is also the day when Yum Kippur begins. Wicca/Pagan is pre-christianity and also Satanic Ceremonies also bring in the Equinox.
Is Pope Frances here to bring in Lucifer? I see a lot of chaos when the Pope comes to the USA.
I will explain everything further. This day was planned for a reason as numbers give power to events. Pythagoras secret teachings of numbers used by the Occult/Satanic, thus Occult Numerology.
9/13 ended the Shmitah and now the Jubilee will begin.
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Corinthians 2 Corinthians: Chapter 6 Summary
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Paul goes on to talk more his excellent apostolic resume.
Unlike the false apostles in Corinth, Paul doesn't think grandiose displays of religiousness mean anything. He actually thinks the opposite is true. The worse off you have it, the more you're in with God. Okay, just hear him out…
Paul doesn't claim to have done anything miraculous or magnificent or amazing. Instead, he talks up all the hardships he's gone through. This guy has suffered. He's been thrown in prison, beaten, starved, gone without sleep, and whole bunch of other bad stuff. But everything he's done, he's done to bring the truth about God to the world.
That, in Paul's opinion, is true devotion to God. Paul doesn't just get the perks that go with the job—he's also doing some pretty heavy lifting. He does have a point.
Paul's laid it all on the line here.
Now, he just has one piece of advice for the Corinthians: patch things up with your apostle, guys. Um, that would be Paul.
The Corinthians shouldn't lump themselves in with these false apostles, who Paul calls "unbelievers." Harsh, Paul.
Christians are all holy and awesome and devoted to God. But these false apostles are bottom feeders. Don't believe the hype.
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Beginning in 2003, an important new international movement for the protection of sacred places began building momentum. At the Fifth World Parks Congress in South Africa in September 2003, delegates produced the Durban Recommendations on the Cultural and Spiritual Values of Protected Areas (see V.13 on pages 168-170), which called for the recognition of the spiritual values of protected areas around the world, and the full inclusion of indigenous communities and spiritual leaders in the management of sacred natural sites.
Then, from May 30 to June 2, 2005, a major symposium convened in Tokyo, Japan: “Conserving Cultural and Biological Diversity: The Role of Sacred Natural Sites and Cultural Landscapes.” The discussions were aimed at protecting sacred places, and surrounding ecosystems, through existing international instruments, new laws and improved land management policies.
A number of important documents have emerged as this historic cultural preservation movement continues to grow. Symposium participants in Japan drafted and approved the Tokyo Declaration, which urges the development and implementation of UNESCO and IUCN’s Draft Guidelines for the Conservation and Management of Sacred Natural Sites, and the dissemination of the Convention on Biodiversity’s Akwé: Kon (Akwé: Kon is pronounced agway-goo, and is a Mohawk term meaning “everything in creation.”) Guidelines for the conduct of cultural, environmental and social impact assessment regarding developments proposed to take place on, or which are likely to impact, sacred sites and the lands and waters traditionally occupied or used by indigenous and local communities.