Happy Reformation Day everyone! Brothers and sisters, let us rejoyce for today we commemorate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. Exactly on this very day, 500 years ago, in a city of Wittenberg, Germany a certain Augustinian monk has made a history. His name was Martin Luther, and he has truly reformed the Church. It was on October 31,1517, at the eve of the All Saints' Day, or All Hallows' Day back then to be exact, when Martin Luther has made public the proclamation of true Christianity aka the 95 Theses posted on the church door. It was the day that has forever change the Church....
Hi guys, I would like to write my opinions about these two films as well as a small review about both films about Jesus Christ.
The Passion of the Christ
I first saw this film when my brother borrowed the DVD until I decided to download it, it has a lot of brutality and it was so agonising that I dare continue to watch it! But on the other hand, I guess Mel Gibson wanted realism for this film to which I can't blame him for that.
The one thing that I felt very disturb was the scene when a scarecrow came and stab into one of the thieves' eyes! God, that...
Hi guys, since tomorrow we are going to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, I'm going to write down a list of my favourite saints. Ready?
1. St. Elisabeth of Hungary
Born a Hungarian princess, she was betrothed to Grand Duke Louis of Thuringia to secure a political ties with Germany and Hungary. She sympathised the poor outside her castle and sadly to say, she died at the age of 24 and was canonised a few years later.
I am an outright, outspoken, Christian. I believe the Bible to be completely true, I believe Jesus to be the Christ, I do not condone or tolerate
And much more. I am very proud of my Faith, and have NO regrets about its stances. You will not hear me say “I agree with everything Christian… except this” and when it comes to a romantic relationship, I see it as not just a joining of people as one, but a union of responsibility by both to keep the...
I was going to a party on my dads side of the
family (there not christian but my dad is)Me and
my sis were waiting for our cousin to come so we could play with her.When she came we played a little then I invited this 7-year old girl to play with us.She became very rude and wierd.She kept talking about horror movies and stuff like that.My sister and cousin were being mean to her in return but i kept on being nice.My cousin kept on telling me to get rid of her.What should have i done?
The unexpected violent storm was frightening enough as it tossed the fragile boat with the twelve gasping disciples. Then the apparition of a man walking on the water as on solid ground just made things worse. It could only be a spirit-death itself, perhaps, coming to get them...
The reassuring words of Jesus, "It is I, do not be afraid" needed to be verified. Peter thought he could put the Lord to the test. He did not realize that now he was the one being tested. His faith was being tested. And it was soon obvious that he was failing the test. He daring request,...
I know there are tons of different views of Christ, and I respect that. I also understand that not everyone will love Christ as I do. However, I would to share my passion for Him. But who is Christ to me? How does He make me feel? I'll tell you.
Jesus Christ is my Savior. I see Him as a symbol of both Freedom and Salvation. He also represents individuality--He was unique, He was different. He showed me that being different is not bad, but also that others will in fact hate you just for doing so.
Faith gasped and then opened her eyes. That was the thing about the cancer. It made you have difficulty breathing sometimes. She looked around, and saw a very sad Chiwen, and a worried Esther. She smiled when she saw Essie. "Hey Essie," Faith said, her voice barely a whisper. Esther bit her lip and went over to her, kneeling down by the bed.
"What's it like?"
"What's what like?"
"Being seriously ill. Is it scary, or are you okay with it?"
"A bit of both. I mean, I know where I'm going-" Esther interrupted.