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Why is there so little love on these blogs?

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How about His words in Gethsemane? "My soul is exceedingly sorrowful, even unto death?"
---Cluny on 1/13/18

Yet, St. Paul says:

Phil 4:11 "Not that I speak from want, for I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances I am"

Contentment. Peace. Peace in the storm. These are the ideas I have about serenity. Not the "I am floating on a cloud" serenity, but the serenity that knows "I am going to be alright" in the midst of the trials and even death because I can depend upon my Father who loves me even though I do not deserve it.
---Mark_Eaton on 1/15/18


Cluny wrote: "...are you saying that processed foods made Christianity lose its way ...?"

You usually pick and choose what you try to accuse someone, eh? Have you not read my entire post? What you chose is just one item of dozens that affect the human mind. I have a simple motto in life: whatever man created in the laboratory is detrimental to the body, whatever God created is healthy to the body.

Look at the world around you, Satan, using man, is destroying God's creation to the point of deceiving who we are. How many genders do we need? And what about microaggression that has proliferated within the past two years by college and antifa members? You think they just popped up (think of the boiled frog analogy)?
---Steveng on 1/13/18


\\Let's look at Jesus. On the cross with death looking Him in the face, He asks the Father to forgive the people who did this to Him. I don't know about you, but this demonstrates great peace and trust in the care of the Father. \\

How about His words in Gethsemane? "My soul is exceedingly sorrowful, even unto death?"

That doesn't sound very peaceful or serene to me--unless you know definitions of these words with which I"m unfamiliar.

Christ is baptized! In the Jordan!
---Cluny on 1/13/18


Steveng, are you saying that processed foods made Christianity lose its way in the 1960?

That's what it soundds like to me.

Christ is baptized! In the Jordan!
---Cluny on 1/13/18


Excellent response Mark.
---Josef on 1/12/18




Cluny wrote: "...why you think that Christianity got off the rails in the 1960's..."

Two topics that I investigated: one, toxic contamination is all around us every day of our lives which contributed to the sickest generation ever and, two, human behavior.

The 1960s was the turning point in the world when young people went against the establishment, which became exponentially worse since they grew up and had kids, and experimenting with mind altering drugs.

As for toxic environment: processed foods, vaccinations, GMOs, water pollution, soil pollution, outdoor/indoor air pollution, radiation, fluoridation, - and anything else that is man-made after the 1960s. The list goes on.
---Steveng on 1/12/18


Can you say that the many martyrs died in peace and serenity when they were dipped in pork fat and lit on fire?
---Monk_Brendan on 1/10/18

Who can say what their state of mind was?

Why do you think tribulation should destroy our peace and serenity?

Let's look at Jesus. On the cross with death looking Him in the face, He asks the Father to forgive the people who did this to Him. I don't know about you, but this demonstrates great peace and trust in the care of the Father.

And that is what drives our peace and serenity. Trust in the good will and intentions of the Father toward us. We do not need to strive to get our Father to love us, He already does. And nothing we do can make Him love us more or less.
---Mark_Eaton on 1/12/18


\\You say pohtaytoh, I'll say pohtahtoh. A rose by any other name is still a rose, eh?
\\

There is such a word as "rose." There is no such word as "christiandom, " which my computer marks as a misspelling.

And I would like to know how and why you think that Christianity got off the rails in the 1960's--not to argue, but to understand you.

Christ is baptized! In the Jordan!
---Cluny on 1/11/18


Mark Eaton said, "If I stay in the middle of God's will for me, I stay in peace and serenity."

Really? Can you say that the many martyrs died in peace and serenity when they were dipped in pork fat and lit on fire?
---Monk_Brendan on 1/10/18


Cluny, you understood what I wrote and others will also understand. Why debate over semantics when the heart is what is most important. Besides, you write it your way, I'll write it my way as long as people understand.

You say pohtaytoh, I'll say pohtahtoh. A rose by any other name is still a rose, eh?
---Steveng on 1/9/18




Steveng, there is no such word as "christiandom ", the proper word is "Christendom"--note the capitalization. (A spiritual work of mercy is to instruct the ignorant.)

Why do you believe Christianity began to fall apart in the1960"S? Please explain.

Christ is baptized! In the Jordan!
---Cluny on 1/9/18


Why is there so little love on these blogs?
---Monk_Brendan on 1/8/18

Love is an action word (I know, I know). And it starts with ourselves.

If I stay in the middle of God's will for me, I stay in peace and serenity.

But what is God's will for me? Easy, love God and love others.

But, when I fire off an answer to someone without really looking to edify, lift up, and really love someone, I am out of God's will. And being out of God's will means I lose the serenity and peace I want. I feel it, physically and emotionally. And if I continue without confessing this error(sin) to God or anyone else, I will do other things outside of God's will and thus, the cycle continues and continues.
---Mark_Eaton on 1/9/18


For over two thousand years, Satan has infiltrated and divided christiandom up into over sixty five thousand denominations worldwide each having their own rituals, traditions, ways of living, and interpretations of the bible.

True love, as in the verb form, has practically evaporated off the face of this world. Many denominational christians know the meaning of love, but do not know how to put it into practice on a personal level.

The great falling away from the faith began in the 1960s and has exponentially gotten worse within the past few years. Keep in mind that one must have faith to begin with in order to fall away from it.
---Steveng on 1/8/18


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