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Many people have lost their faith during times of struggle. Are you one of them? Actually, at some point in life, this is a common occurrence, from my experience. What is the good news? Hope and faith can be restored, just as getting through a car collision. How many times has the unknown been scary, yet these situations are overcome? In honor of Christmas, which is about the "Christ Jesus", todays discussion will be about faith in Jesus, along with some of the other traditions of this Holiday Season. My you find hope and peace during this time of injury along with joy and happiness in celebrations.
Join us. on the broadcast for Sunday's message entitled: "Christ In You." Scripture tlls us that God is in Christ Jesus, and Christ is inside of us. Christ is the Vine and we are the branches, demonstrating our need to stay connected in Christ fpr safe keeping, guidance and peace. Tune into the broadcast for a powerful word from the Lord, and be blessed.
One of the greatest opportunities for INCREDIBLE fellowship with their famillies is creating Communion at home. Communion at home looks nothing like communion at church! It has all the attributues of freedom and love and joy and freedom..oh I said that already!
The peace and fellowship with the Holy Spirit one on one is unbelievable! Once you try it, you'll never go back!
We are going to show Fathers and Husbands how to lead their families in "HOM-MUNION!"
In the Tutor period, alchemists practiced their arts. To this day, we know scientists are protective and secretive about their work. Across Canada, the scientific community has been targeted for a decade by the current federal government pushing an ideological agenda. But think back to the tutor period and governments had less leverage and more obfuscation with those pesky alchemicalists. They did and did not keep their work secret. Yes, they did not want others to replicate their findings. This is from the same protectionist thinking that gave rise to passwords and signs of recognition about operative masons. The alchemist had to keep track of his work which he did by developing and writing in code. Dyspher the code- follow the research.
Within the Craft we have often heard what I like to think of as the declaration of the uninformed. We are not a secret society, but we do have secrets. There are 27,000 languages in use on this blue globe orbiting our star. We happen to use an obscure langage to keep track of our work. Study the language for yourself. The information becomes obvious. A mason with a loose waggy tongue can't be of much use. The 'rosetta' stone to translate these glyphs has yet to be found. Isn't it curious that alchemists have continued to practice and no one sees fit to indict.
To all those who cannot control their emotion, you will look for an apology for the frustration this causes to blindly rage around the lodge. So here is a bone; if you desire what alchemists seek, if you can commit, if you have the ability to go beyond your familiar logical mind, find a book about the Khabbalah. If your mind is settled enough to know that the alchemists secrets are anything but the revelation of truths- the path may open.
Matthew 2:1-2, “After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi[a] from the east came to Jerusalem 2 and asked, “Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him.” So many times we want things for Christmas to give us happiness. We often forget we have been given the greatest gift of all. What do you want for Christmas?
Why does God save us and allow us to remain sinful? There are few "problems" more relevant and significant than this in the Christian experience. A person sins and is immediately confronted with the question, "How can I say I love God when I obviously don't love him enough to stop sinning?"
Some then wonder why the Lord allows sin to linger. Some wonder if he actually exists. Some wonder if their faith actually exists; or, whether they will soon be lugging around the label associated with hypocritic Christianity.
This is one of the most memorable Christmas stories of all time since its A Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street. This is most definitely a true comedy that will have you laughing and falling out of your chair. Based from the short stories and some semi – fictions and semi-fictional anecdotes and narratives of gifted storyteller Jean Parker Shepherd, based on some of his own life, Nine year old Ralph Parker wants a particular air rifle for Christmas despite his mother and Santa wishes. Is this present right for him? Of course most of us know the ending. Anyway, Tune in Saturday at 6pm to find out more about the favorite Christmas Holiday marathon movie.
35In the early morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house, and went away to a secluded place, and was praying there. 36Simon and his companions searched for Him Mark 1:35-36
I arise today
embraced in the arms
of God the Father,
empowered by the strength
of God the Spirit,
immersed in the love
of God the Son.
I arise today
in the company
of the Trinity,
Father, Spirit and Son.
I arise today
Enjoy self-love, before giving your love away.
• What is self-love?
• How does one attain self-love?
• Who is responsible for self-love?
• When do you give self-love?
• Why do you need self-love?
Eartha Kitt says: "It’s all about falling in love with yourself and sharing that love with someone who appreciates you, rather than looking for love to compensate for a self-love deficit.”
On today’s show, we will take a look at this often talked about term “self-love.” It is often the case that we give ourselves away before giving ourselves to our selves. It is healthier to connect with and love self before sharing one’s self with another. Self-love fosters a more healthy connection with someone else. I often say to clients: “you can’t give what you don’t have.” So, I encourage us to “enjoy self-love before giving love away.” Please join us today as we talk about the importance of loving yourself before seeking love and expecting another person to love you
This show is to help people pray and find answers and solutions to every perplexity and problems that they have. Healing of mind, body and spirit can only come through Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior and by studying the Bible. By beholding Jesus, we become change.
Live, Love, Laugh Presents Deacon Erica Wright and the U First Project