I have nothing to forgive, for I bear no grudge agains Beast. On the contrary, I have a liking for him, and I am worried about him. I would gladly conjure for Beast, but I'm afraid, that Cthulhu does not respond to that very well.
Originally posted by Agnostic
Forgive beast O mataj,
For he knows not what he posts.
**I can see, the site is near 100% wickan **
Posted 18 February 2003 - 03:18 PM
Posted 18 February 2003 - 08:31 PM
Posted 18 February 2003 - 11:52 PM
missions statistician David Barrett says. The Global Evangelization
Movement said that 2,015,743,000 of the Earth's 6,091,351,000 people believe in some form of Christianity. Church members total 1.898 billion, and 1.3 billion attend services. Pentecostal and charismatic Christianity is growing fastest; 482 million belong to such
movements and 680 million can be described as "Great Commission Christians," Barrett said.
...Muslims comprise the second-largest faith group. Followers of Islam
number 1.215 billion, followed by 786 million Hindus, 362 million
Buddhists, 225 million members of tribal religions, and 102 million members
of "new religions."
...The world also has a large number of unbelievers. A total of 774 million
consider themselves "nonreligious" and 151 million say they are atheists,
...A sobering statistic: It is estimated that 165,000 Christians will be
martyred for their faith in Christ this year, Barrett said.
...Large cities are key as mission fields of the future, Barrett said. An
estimated 2 billion people live in poor urban areas, 1.3 billion of them in
slums. The world has 410 cities with more than 1 million inhabitants and
4,100 with at least 100,000 residents.
Posted 20 February 2003 - 05:25 AM
My Father and His Angels and the full force of The house of Elders will (as before) , do the 'management' of details during the "harvest" .
Don't worry for that. The others (messengers) will bring the seeds of a new world to safety. No human being can interferre with them when they do it.
Have a great day
Posted 20 February 2003 - 08:31 AM
Posted 20 February 2003 - 08:32 PM
Originally posted by mataj
Yelling, as well as size and colour of your fonts, won't make your words more truthful. And neither will repetition.
[COLOR=tomato]O let not a Jew write as is . If you chose to understand and not be so as a beget does , you would . and not be so condeming of not a Jew . The words may be ugly to you but they are saying I love you , God love you . And so .. What wrong in being wrong in that .Even if it is wrong in your not so humble opinion.
Just because parents sometimes out of frustration invoke the booge man to keep the children in line ;so what! Don
Posted 09 March 2003 - 08:59 AM
Brother , I much thank you for your concern . I'm Ok as of now and the weight is down to the same level as when i was 17 !!
We are expandin the un derstanding in the mountains of *my* place. Several commanders is in seriouis toughts of to abandon their Marxist ways and terror sawan . Has been in talk with them and they understand that not even 100 "revolutions" with guns can improve their life.
They have seen hands-on , a way to do it and they have begun to respect our Fathers command(s).
My problem is that I'we not yet got the translation of the Commandments and some 219 community Laws translated to their native language (Ilokano).
There sure are bands out after also my life in the area but up to now my ability with the machete and nihtly patrols has kept me alife and standing strong.
Reven / VikingRus
Posted 09 March 2003 - 11:12 AM
And what is law? Lest it harm none, do as thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.
If you think about that, I mean REALLY think about it, then it's a very fine code of ethics. No threats, no promsie of vengence, just a simple directive.
Posted 09 March 2003 - 01:48 PM
In any case when JC came on the scene he restated the law with The Golden Rule and it is generally considered that 'The New Covenent' supercedes the old and so it could be said that the 'eye for an eye' is even further constrained.
But I'm willing to be corrected - after all, it's not my scene!
Who was it that pointed out that if we all lived by the Iron Rule the world would be full of blind people feeding through straws?
Posted 09 March 2003 - 02:05 PM
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