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We Give You Our Love Father. We Want Your Love Father
Sun Jan 11, 2015 07:13
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We Give You Our Love Father. We Want Your Love Father

Millions of years of a peaceful universe. An advanced world, perfected in love. The gift of highness, crafted into our genes. The gift to us from up above.

Made from the beginning to live in peace and harmony with one another. Our good God commands us to "Love one another." Almost everyone hears the word and follows God's wish, except for the errant guy, weap Judah.

Our Father above loves us. Father's loving kindness has never failed us in all of time.

Help, O Lord, for there is no longer anyone who is godly; the faithful have disappeared from humankind. Psalm 12:1

Will the faithful not return to us and help us to deliver ourselves to peace? Will we not have faith that our good God will see us through the darkness and into the light? Will we not have faith that if only we will show our love and gratitude to our good God he will spare us from the genocide that Judah has now sealed us into?

Must we not break the psyche force that Judah has put upon us? Will we not see through his lies and free ourselves from war?

If you’re with us and insist upon going to peace, will you not say a prayer to our good Lord to give us the faith needed to deliver us from eternal war?

Is it not certain that all things are possible with God? Certainly.

Might it not be an attitude of mind, a reaction to all the harm that our family is suffering that will cause us to respond to the plight of our brothers and sisters with righteous indignation and to make the demand that our wealth is not to be used to harm them? Will labor not reach out with the love of God and take the authority to issue our money away from Judah?

Do we not see that we all are the children of God?

The very wealthiest people to have ever appeared in history. Must labor strength not be unhitched from eternal war?

Our environment now being poisoned out. Literally hundreds of millions in the line of fire to die out from radiosis. Will the faithful not hear the word of the Lord and STOP THE WAR?

Question: "Can faith really move mountains?"

Answer: In order to correctly interpret a passage such as Matthew 17:20, we first look at the overall context of the passage. Jesus, along with Peter, James and John, had just come down from the “mount of transfiguration,” and they encounter a man with a demon-possessed child. The man tells Jesus that he brought his son to Jesus’ disciples, but they couldn’t cast the demon out (recall that Jesus earlier, in Matthew 10:1, gave His disciples the authority to cast out evil spirits). Jesus then chastises them for their lack of faith and then casts the demon out of the boy. When His disciples inquire as to why the demon didn’t obey their command, Jesus replies with the statement in Matthew 17:20. Their faith, He says, is small and weak. If it were the size of even the smallest of the seeds, the mustard bush, they would be able to “move mountains.”

The first thing that needs to be considered is the Bible’s use of literary techniques. The Bible is first and foremost God’s revealed Word; we want to be clear on this point (2 Timothy 3:16). While the Bible is God’s revealed Word, it is revealed to us by way of language. God condescended—He lowered Himself—to speak to us in ways in which we would understand. Consider a father trying to communicate with his young child. The father has to condescend in order to be understood by the limited intellect and understanding of the child. This is analogous (though not identical) to the way in which God speaks to us.

The Bible employs many forms, or genres, of literature. There is historical narrative, poetry, prophecy, apocalyptic writing, and epistolary literature (to name a few). Among these various literary genres, several literary techniques are used—metaphor, simile, imagery, parable, allusion, irony, personification, paradox, and hyperbole. As readers of the Bible, we must recognize when these techniques are being used so we can properly interpret the meaning. For example, in John 10:7, Jesus says, “I am the door of the sheep.” How are we to interpret this verse? If we are too literal, we might start looking for a doorknob hidden somewhere on His body. However, if we understand this to be a metaphor, then we can begin to understand His meaning (Jesus is the way of access to eternal life, much like a door is the way of access into a room).

Another thing to consider in biblical interpretation is the context of the passage. More often than not, when we take a single verse out of its native context, we end up misinterpreting the verse. In the context of Matthew 17, Jesus rebukes the disciples for their weak faith and says that even if they had mustard seed-sized faith, they could command the mountain to move. Contextually, the mountain must refer to the demon that was afflicting the man’s son. Jesus tells His disciples that, if their faith was stronger, they could have commanded the demon to leave the boy, and it would be so. This was clearly the case in Matthew 10 when Jesus sent them out to cure diseases, cast out demons, and spread the gospel. Therefore, it is clear from the context that Jesus does not intend to assert that mustard seed-sized faith can literally move mountains. Rather, the expression Jesus uses was a common colloquialism of that day; to a Jew of Jesus’ day, a mountain is a metaphor signifying a seemingly impossible task.

Faith that can move mountains is not meant to imply a faith that can literally move literal mountains. The point Jesus was making is that even a little bit of faith—faith the size of a tiny mustard seed—can overcome mountainous obstacles in our lives.

http://www.gotquestions.org/faith-move-mountains.html
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Where are those who have faith that our good God will bring us to peace? Where are the faithful that will bring us to STOP THE WAR? Where are the faithful that will bring us to the love of God for our miracle transfiguration?
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Imagine there's no heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky

Imagine all the people
Living for today

Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion, too

Imagine all the people
Living life in peace

You may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one
I hope someday you will join us
And the world will be as one

Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man

Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world

You, you may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one
I hope someday you will join us
And the world will live as one
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Jesus told the disciples if only they had faith they could cast out demons. If we have faith can we not cast out the demons that afflict our world?

For our very survival in a world full of radioactive toxins, must we not cast out the demon scourge of war?

Must we not cast out the demon of falseness? Must we not cast out the lie that only by force can we survive? Do we not see clearly that violence is not of us?

Must we not find the faith of God within that will enable the meek to stand together, STRIKE THEM OUT, and take the authority to issue our money into the democratic control of labor?

For the love of God will labor not have the faith that our good God will see us through to peace?

Thousands of years of sport war. God gave us the rules 3500 years ago. "Thou shalt not kill." How is it that we finance literally thousands of our brothers and sisters being slaughtered worldwide by Judah, using the pocket book of American labor? Will we not have faith that our good God will guide us to peace?

Will we not have the faith that tells us that we can change the circumstance for the better of our family that picks through waste piles somewhere in our world for their daily subsistence? Will we not have the faith that our good God will guide us to a better way for all of our brothers and sisters? For are we one and all, not the same children of God?

Will we not have faith that those who travel far to earn their daily bread, can earn their Godly daily wage?

Will we not end the death by famine that is part of our world today? Will we not have faith in our good God that we can right this place?

Will we not jump up and shout with joy "Alleluia Lord, take me I'm yours?" Will we not have a personal talk with our good God and ask Father, "What is it that I can do to help make your beautiful loving world of peace and joy come in?"

Does labor not see that Judah has offended God our beautiful precious sweet Father?

Do we not perceive that with his eternal war making, Judah ran opposite to God? They're out. Will labor not hear the words of our elders from space who say to us, "FINISH?"

Are we all not on the same page here, that is, do we not understand that Judah has lost his big game sport rifles?

Are the facts not well enough understood that Judah tried a complete take out of the children of God with his great balls of fire?

Will we not say a prayer of thanks to God our beautiful precious sweet Father for sparing us from Judah nuclear blast war?

Will we not say a prayer of thanks to God our Father for sending our elders in to help us survive Judah nuclear waste war?
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We've made the Martians cry. They've pulled every single blast round off of us. Not one nuclear missile has gotten through to us.

Yet quietly we go along each and every day financing Judah as he slaughters our brothers and sisters in our world. Will labor not give the Martians some joy? Will labor not end making the Martians cry? Will labor not thank the Martians for sparing us from the big game sport rifles Judah built and used on us?

God our beautiful precious sweet Father loves us labor. Will we not put our faith in God and heed God's thousands of warnings to STOP THE WAR? Will we not have the faith that we can make our way to peace? Will we not put our faith in God to give us a world of love and brotherhood for every one, for ever more?

If only we will have faith that we can do better here, will labor not STRIKE THEM OUT?

The ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE of society. Do we not see clearly that that is what the authority to issue our money is? If so, will labor not put the authority to issue our money into the democratic control of labors hands and STOP THE WAR?

Will the faithful not make a reappearance among humankind and bring us to peace? Will labor not right our world?

Will we not all pray together for the peace? God Bless you. God Bless us all.

Love God

Have mercy
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Moravian Daily Texts

First Sunday after the Epiphany

Watchword for the Week Ascribe to the Lord the glory of his name; worship the Lord in holy splendor. Psalm 29:2



Sunday, January 11 Genesis 1:1;15; Psalm 29
Acts 19:1;7; Mark 1:4;11



Help, O Lord, for there is no longer anyone who is godly; the faithful have disappeared from humankind. Psalm 12:1



Jesus asked the twelve, Do you also wish to go away? Simon Peter answered him, Lord, to whom can we go? You have the words of eternal life. John 6:67;68



Master and Friend, we promise never to turn our backs on you. We believe you are everything we need. Keep us loyal to you in everything we do. Amen.

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http://www.wisefishreport.com/stop-the-war-theyre-killing-us-still.html

http://www.wisefishreport.com/about-our-good-god.html

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