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My culture:My style July 1st, 2009

July 10, 2009
 

 

counting down the days to 07.04.2009

counting down the days to 07.04.2009

If someone were to ask you, “what is the most important to you in privacy, what would you say?”
 
 

 

 

In my world there is a need for respect and privacy. The privacy of an individual is an inherent and natural right, and it ought to transcend national governments statutes. Nevertheless privacy is an inherent right given to each and every American citizen. “I hold these truths to be self-evident.” Therefore there is a need to protect my privacy.

The reason that there is a need to protect privacy is so that one can build a defense against a false accusation (persecution). If you will view yourslef favorably. Then you would want to protect your privacy actions and deeds that are identified. Who will believe the report, after your privacy has been invaded? A report that we are free. A report that we are saved from condemnation and death. Therefore, the penalties of man, God said,”who has believed our report?” (Romans 10:16 and Isaiah 53:1).

Privacy and Mercy – two fold issues of dialogue

In my worldd there is a need to protect your privacy? In my world the heritage of the Priest is exhorted, in the home to observe the commandments, statutes and laws of God, that Jesus taught out of the Torah. The Rod of the Levites and the Lion of Judah, from Abraham a Hebrew.

Jesus has all authority of God’s Kingdom. The most weightier issue is respect to the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven: Fact not views. Mercy is demonstrated by deeds and actions of a hearer and a doer of the word of God; and flawless healing record in the name of the Son of God that nothing can prevail against worshipping the gift of God, the annointing. That means that condemnation can not prevail. Competition of a doctrine will not prevail. The ecclesiastical worship of God can prevail against the gates of hell (sheol).

Although my behavior may not be respected, Jesus saves you from negative views of hate and disrespect against another persons values and opinions while you are in my home, or at church.

In closing, everyday a person loses their home and job because of religious persecution. Everyday someone comes and tries to take a person off of the right track, sometimes the only track that they know that will keep the person alive. Yesterday, I saw about ten people asking individuals if they would have everlasting life. Many said yes, but I told the lady asking me that everlasting life is my hope. My hope is my faith, which is the righteousness in Jesus. Who could compete with the report of Jesus Christ (Isaiah 40)?

Looking at feedback, many people are angry because it is believed that the Torah was copied and used in other religions. However, the other religions did not precede the Torah, the law of right and wrong in our hearts. The Torah proceeded many that were practicing pagan religions. All the while my family has to defend the Torah, the heritage, the nationality, the language and sometimes the religion. The other religions copy the Torah and replace the names, that are unique to the Abrahamaic covenant.

Finally, to have successful dialogue, maybe we would need to be on equal footing, what is principle stands. If you don’t feel that you are equal to this person then don’t bother. Know that when you don’t make dialogue, then someone went without health insurance or foodstamps, or some type of Aid that comes with your inherent right as a United States of America. I tell you many people have the answers and they get up from the dialogue table and the dialogue room and they have nothing to say to each other, and it often ends right there. As you can see people are serious about voting and applying for any service that comes with their inherent right. For instance the beautiful angel and martyr that lost her life caring for her people, and the hope that one day everyone would look to her nation as a beacon light of hope and encouragement – a leader of all nations. Note: ** Obama condemns ‘unjust’ violence ** US President Barack Obama has strongly condemned the unjust actions; of Iran in clamping down on election protests.
< http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/em/fr/-/2/hi/middle_east/8115232.stm > Neda, we will never forget you, you are in our hearts. People will always love Neda. You should see the unity and the people who have joined groups in support of her love and her actions for her people.

Finally, sometimes branching out is a good thing. Don’t be quick to say that the project is over. It is never over, it is not what you remember. Any project working with black youth has potential to proliferate, if the community will take interest in their/the youth.

I agree that sometimes we have to decide that WE ARE going to listen, and maybe we can put down the religion, the denomination and doctrine. If we listen with what God has promised us and that is the annointing then we can’t go wrong. (Mark 16:19,

The Great Commission

16Then the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain where Jesus had told them to go. 17When they saw him, they worshiped him; but some doubted. 18Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them ina[a] the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

 

 

Footnotes:
  1. Matthew 28:19 Or into; see Acts 8:16; 19:5; Romans 6:3; 1 Cor. 1:13; 10:2 and Gal. 3:27.)
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