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Originally posted by BattleofBatoche
Well I think something is definately happening. But first there needs to be the temple rebuilt in the Holy land ---- then an abomination of desolation in the temple-----& don't forget about the 2 witnesses that are killed and then resurected.
OH WAIT THE TEMPLE HAS BEEN REBUILT!
The Israeli Supreme Court Building which was funded by Lord Rothchild.
Checkout the link please! It will scare you!
Notice the abomination is Man's laws over God's laws! Plus don't forget the Luciferian Masonic decoration & illuminati symbolism. Bankers setting up Lucifers Kingdom first with help from the Judiciary & Masons.
Now what about the two witnesses?
Oh wait they happened already as well! Nagisaki & Hiroshima were the two witnesses for the whole world. Think about!
Originally posted by theTRUTHtheWAY
The way I see it is:
Right now the minority of people on earth ask or pray for a savior.
Especially people who live under good standards and lots a money they dont need a savior...they are having a good time.
But you cant forget the people in 3rd world coutries that die because of lack of food, water, shelter, and medicine. And what do we do... we look away. There is no love that bounds us toghether anymore...everyone is looking for riches and prosperity for themselves. We are far from love and it looks all nice and good from far but its far from good. We are blinded by money and greed that we have forgotten about our sisters and brothers who die in the name of god for we have forsaken them. This is really sad and makes me sick the way we have become.
When the right time comes around and the world is in a catastrophic stage and plagues, famine, and hunger overtake the planet, the rich and the poor,...then and only then we all shall be praying and asking for a savior and only then he/she/it shall come to us.
until then do what u can do with the power bestowed upon you to help those who are in need.
Originally posted by BattleofBatoche
But first there needs to be the temple rebuilt in the Holy land ---- then an abomination of desolation in the temple
Originally posted by TheSonOfMan
Well im sorry if your having trouble reading & understanding my earlier post...honestly i really dont care what you think about how i type...and to get things str8 im not 12 im 20 and sometimes what im thinking is to fast for my hands to type..so things tend to sound funny when you read it...............
Originally posted by PanzerDiv
Honestly, it really gets old, I hate to break it to you, but for the last 2,006 years theyve said the same thing over and over. Its not going o happen, jsut live your life and stop worrying about things like this!
If you have free time, pray three times in the course of three days; but if there is extreme need, when there is a difficulty, as at the time of the Savior’s betrayal – then take as your example that He went away three times for prayer and prayed pronouncing the same words three times (Matthew 26:44). Even though, as it seemed, He was not heard, for it was absolutely essential that that dispensation should be fulfilled, still by this example He instructs us also not to become sorrowful when we pray and are not heard at that time; for He knows better than we what is profitable for us. But in any case let us not leave off giving thanks. "Saints Barsanuphius and John: Guidance Toward Spiritual Life," trans. by Fr. Seraphim Rose,
Self-accusation before God is something that is very necessary for us; and humility of heart is extremely advantageous in our lives, above all at the time of prayer.
For prayer requires great attention and needs a proper awareness, otherwise it will turn out to be unacceptable and rejected, and `it will be turned back empty' to our bosom. St. Symeon the New Theologian
Stand patiently and pray steadfastly,
brushing off the impacts of worldly cares and all thoughts;
for they distract and worry you in order to disturb the impetus of your prayer. "153 Texts on Prayer", St Nilus of Mt Sinai, "Early Fathers From the Philokalia," translated from the Russian text, "Dobrotolubiye," by E. Kadloubovsky and G.E.H. Palmer, eighth edition, (London: Faber and Faber, Ltd., 1981), pp. 127 - 135.