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There are many supporting the fast track for Pope John Paul II. We want to discuss Sainthood and what it means to us. Some of the aspects we can discuss is why do we need for Saints - is it support our faith? We can also venture into the healings attributed attributed to Saints. Why are some people healed and others are not? As you can see, there is a wide range of topics we can explore. Join us on THE MAN CAVE FORUM for lively and fun discussions each Wednesday at 7 p.m. (Pacific Time)>
This weekend, a lot of attention is being paid to the canonization of Pope John Paul II as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church. According to the Catholic Church, the Congregation for the Causes of Saints investigates the life of a candidate for sainthood. Their requirements are: (1) that the person be dead; (2) that the person has lived in a "heroically virtuous" manner and pursued holiness in this life, and (3) that at least two verifiable miracles had occurred through intercession to that person. The Vatican conducts an intense investigation of a candidate's life and any miracles that are said to have occurred by that person's intercession before declaring him or her a "saint."
Now, if we are waiting on the Catholic Church, most of us don't stand a chance at becoming a saint. First, thank God, we are not dead. I’d rather be a living “ain’t” than a dead saint. In the Bible, the saints such as St. John and St. Peter were saints before they died and therefore remained saints after they died. Second, none of us have lived “heroically virtuous” lives and that is for sure. In fact, the Bible tells us that “all have sinned and come short of the glory of God” and that “all our righteousness are as filthy rags”. Third, no one has prayed to us to get a miracle and if they did, they could not get a miracle from us whether we are alive or dead. The only One who can give anybody a miracle is God through His Son Jesus Christ. That is why we should be glad the Catholic Church is not in charge of making people saints. God is, and according to God's Word, anyone can become a saint. Yes, ordinary people like you and me -- with all of our sins, faults, and failures -- can become saints.
MUSICAL SELECTION: "I'm a Saint," by Lecrae
Jesse Romero is a well known Catholic Apologest I had the chance to meet at a Conference in Tyler Texas. He is a dynamic speaker.
Pope John Paul II, in his letter, On the mystery and worship of the Holy Eucharist – April 1980: “The Church and the world have a great need of Eucharistic Adoration. Jesus waits for us in this sacrament of love. Let us be generous with our time in going to meet him in Adoration, and in contemplation that is full of faith and ready to make reparation for the great faults and crimes of the world. May our Adoration never cease”.
The Angel held a consecrated Host and the chalice, leaving this suspended in the air, the Angel bowed down low before the Eucharist praying these words, “O most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I adore you profoundly, I offer you the most precious body, blood, soul, and divinity of Jesus Christ, present in all the tabernacles of the world, in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifference by which he is offended. By the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I beg the conversion of poor sinners”.
How wonderful it is when young people decide to spend time with our Lord and give their lives for Christ at an early age!
How wonderful it is when a young woman decides to give life to the child resting in the shadow of her wings!
How wonderful it is when a struggling marriage that was falling apart is renewed by a surge of love of God!
How wonderful it is when the elderly dedicate time to pray for those lost!
How wonderful it is when a Prodigal child returns and discovers Jesus in the Eucharist!
John Crow was born in Detroit Mi. he is a blend of Native American and Kentucky Hillbilly. He has been involved with performance poetry for the past 15 years. As the founding Slam-master of Killeen Poetry Slam, he has also coached, performed and organized teams that have been in the top two rankings at The National Poetry Slam. “ Just because I’m the slam master of Killeen TX doesn’t mean I’m the best poet, it just means I’m the best poet with a plan.” Killeen as a unique one liner style of poetry that they do for fun. Crow is the Arch Bishop of One line poetry. It's kinda like Haiku but there just isn't the 17 syllable restriction. " I have been writing Haiku for awhile, I am always in awe of the poets who can inspire feeling in as few words as possible" Crow is a sound engineer and recognized as one of the top media relations professionals in the Army. "I have used my talents to help as many people as I can, I still enjoy mastering projects but I rarely have time for it." At 48 John Crow retired from being Slam-master of Killeen. " It's about time, poetry is changing plus I want to start touring."
This is a discussion of facts about the ushering in of the aboriginal world as the world of the anglo dies out!
This episode was taken from 06-21-14, who has4 in honor of our beloved brother, Minister John Muhammad, who has since gone to meet our ancestors! Enjoy
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Good morning Church! Today we are reading Romans Chapter 12.
Paul has some ideas for Christians who really want to live in harmony with each other and be close to God. Christians should give their whole being over to God so he can fill them up with everything that is good and wonderful and all around awesome in his eyes.They do not want to be doing what everyone else is doing (it's so conformist), but they want to be transformed into new people who can intimately know God. Sounds like a plan. Some pointers to start: don't get cocky, keep a level head, and use common sense. Good ideas… we should be taking notes. Paul says that Christians are like the different parts of the body. Everyone has different gifts, too. Some people are good at predicting the future, some at ministering to others, some at teaching, some are generous, some are natural leaders, and some are just plain compassionate. All these gifts are important and a-okay with God. Overall, Christians should do what's loving and give a big roundhouse kick to the face to everything that's evil. They should love each other a lot, serve God, be patient when bad things happen, welcome strangers who need their help, be kind to people who are out to get them, and basically live in harmony with everyone and everything. Oh, Lord, kumbaya. As for people who tick you off, don't be filled with anger and vengeance. Leave that up to God. "Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord." You should even be cool to your enemies. If they need food, give it to them. If they're hungry, crack open an ice cold Coke and hand it over. Really just kill them with kindness, Paul says. It's the only way that you might make them feel ashamed of what they're doing to you. Paul sums all this up with a final piece of advice: don't get taken over by evil. Instead, take over the whole world with good. Totally. Thanks to www.shmoop.com
Seems Mark Ericks the county exec's aide & Daniel Christman the new coronor head honcho are ganging up on Dave Somers, & Lovick does what he always does~ Nothing. They get tax-payer money to have a former Supreme Court Judge legally explain how it was that E & C did nothing wrong by thtreatening to kill & write out a death certificate for Dave Somers. Two former law enforcement officers with questionable pasts
But that's not all folks!
Seems John Pennington used records that the county claimed they didn't have that Anne Block requested to try to file a restraining order against her, they also included their harassment of her via her twitter account & they correlate with every time it was posted about in the Sky Valley Chronicle! Too late to take them donw now since we have screenshots. So basically they just provided proof of around 5 different crimes for Ms Block to use in her lawsuit
Seems Judge Jones really is making himself a party to all of this, sadly enough this man was man was my hero...
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