It is my belief that the ministers and church leaders, today, have lost faith in this doctrine. They seem to be trying to convince people of the benefits that life with Jesus is full of – most of which are just gross exaggerations.
There seems to be an ulterior motive indoctrinated in today’s messages. In getting this message across, there are certain principles that are confused in translation. Instead of dissecting the bible, using its original transcription, and doing research on the original version of the bible, they seem to interpret the bible in their own way, justifying and validating their interpretations with minuscule ‘plays on words’.
Money and fame seems to be the driving force in today’s member drives, instead of leading people to Jesus. I do not believe that everyone will be saved, but if we – as Christians – take on the mentality that everyone has a chance, instead of church leaders treating people as meal tickets.
I have not lost my faith in Jesus, God nor the Holy Writ, but I am beginning to lose my faith in today’s church.
Egypt’s president – finally – stepped down. I was sure that it would take a full-blown man-hunt (political-hunt) for Mohamed Hosni Mubarak to catch the picture – resign. Before Mubarak served for <em>30</em> years, only three previous presidents had served Egypt in the 28 years that the republic had been in existence.
After the violent protests and threats directed towards Mubarak, he finally descended from his uncontended position of presidency – for 30 years. For Egypt – even though the republic had only been in existence for 57 total years.
I still believe that Mubarak can remain in control through the military. His brother is the top-ranking officer in the Egyptian military, so without close inspection, Mubarak could easily retain power, surreptitiously.
Mubarak has been <i>The President</i> for 30 out of the 57 years that the Republic of Egypt has been in existence. I understand that you obtain the position of <i>President</i>, in a democratic society or government. The way Egypt has been ran throughout the years that it has been in existence, the government has been run through tyrannical control.
But – to conform this issue back inside the constructs of my website’s <b>theme</b> – the society of the people, should be governed by the people. No one owns anyone else. We should not be made comply to another’s demands or mindset. There have been a list of counteractive approaches that have been employed with the people of Egypt, and these approaches have honestly been – counter-productive to its supposed <b><i>Democratic</i></b> style of government.
Two factors elude to the fact that ole’ Hosni is trying to pull the allegorical ‘wool over Egypt’s eyes.
• Mubarak is actually a part of the military – the factor in power – since the end of Mubarak’s regime.
• On a National Egyptian broadcast on February 10, 2011, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said that he would not resign, but he would hand-over ‘more’ power to Omar Suleiman, his Vice President.
<p>I, honestly, am not able to prove anything, yet, but I’ve put nothing but facts in the preceding passages.</p>
Can you love the whole world?
There is no real way to express your true love to the entire world, but in loving people, we begin to express our love for ‘the world’. It’s all relative.
We are – essentially – the world, and when we love each other, we love the world. In Egypt, they experienced a long-time of govermental tyrannicism. The government was overthrown, by the people, and they without the people, their is no government. So, eventually, the government had to give way, because the government anywhere, is basically, consists of the populice.
The direct correlation between love and other people is that there would be no reason to love if you did not love other people.
Every religion talks about loving – or doing – stuff for others.
This is a topic that you can, consciencely, expand on and think about it.
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