• How can we be spiritual with Christianity? What I mean by spirituality is that sitting cross legged and meditating is not a particularly Christian thing to do in the west. Europeans do not sit cross legged. Therefore, it is really hard to be spiritual with Christianity compared to Buddhism. I am currently reading Buddhism For Dummies and using the Buddhify app, and it seems a lot easier to be spiritual with Buddhism and more comfortable than Christianity. It’s as if there is nothing to do in Christianity, we get no instruction. We get the New Testament, the Lord’s Prayer and Communion and that’s about it. With Buddhism there is so much teaching, technicality, instruction and meditation etc. The Buddha had so many teachings and taught everyone how to remove suffering. For example, there is the four noble truths, the eightfold path, the Dhammapada, and the vinaya besides a lot more. In short Buddhism is cool. Being spiritual with Christianity is a bit cringing. Why? If it is possible or even right to be spiritual with Christianity, then I humbly ask YHWH, Jesus Christ and the Buddha to mercifully show me how. Amen.

    Through meditation I have realised that the reason it is easy and cool to be spiritual with Buddhism and it is difficult and a bit cringing to be spiritual with Christianity is because Buddhism teaches you that you can attain Buddhahood, enlightenment and nirvana, where as Christianity never teaches you that you can attain divinity like Christ or ‘Christhood’. It is a fundamental aspect of Buddhism to pursue enlightenment or nirvana, you vow to attain it, where as there is nothing like it in Christianity.

    So why does Buddhism allow us to pursue enlightenment or nirvana and Christianity not? Because the Buddha lived a full and lengthy life reaching the age of 80 before he died naturally, that is 45 years of teaching and preaching after he attained nirvana at the age of 35. While Jesus Christ was brutally killed unnaturally by being nailed to the cross at the age 30 or 33.

    So how do you attain brotherly Buddhahood or ‘Christhood’? To me a fundamental aspect of it is that you have to give everything away. The essay on my website expands on this and tries to show some insight into how that may be possible.

    https://crimeisaccidental.com
    How can we be spiritual with Christianity? What I mean by spirituality is that sitting cross legged and meditating is not a particularly Christian thing to do in the west. Europeans do not sit cross legged. Therefore, it is really hard to be spiritual with Christianity compared to Buddhism. I am currently reading Buddhism For Dummies and using the Buddhify app, and it seems a lot easier to be spiritual with Buddhism and more comfortable than Christianity. It’s as if there is nothing to do in Christianity, we get no instruction. We get the New Testament, the Lord’s Prayer and Communion and that’s about it. With Buddhism there is so much teaching, technicality, instruction and meditation etc. The Buddha had so many teachings and taught everyone how to remove suffering. For example, there is the four noble truths, the eightfold path, the Dhammapada, and the vinaya besides a lot more. In short Buddhism is cool. Being spiritual with Christianity is a bit cringing. Why? If it is possible or even right to be spiritual with Christianity, then I humbly ask YHWH, Jesus Christ and the Buddha to mercifully show me how. Amen. Through meditation I have realised that the reason it is easy and cool to be spiritual with Buddhism and it is difficult and a bit cringing to be spiritual with Christianity is because Buddhism teaches you that you can attain Buddhahood, enlightenment and nirvana, where as Christianity never teaches you that you can attain divinity like Christ or ‘Christhood’. It is a fundamental aspect of Buddhism to pursue enlightenment or nirvana, you vow to attain it, where as there is nothing like it in Christianity. So why does Buddhism allow us to pursue enlightenment or nirvana and Christianity not? Because the Buddha lived a full and lengthy life reaching the age of 80 before he died naturally, that is 45 years of teaching and preaching after he attained nirvana at the age of 35. While Jesus Christ was brutally killed unnaturally by being nailed to the cross at the age 30 or 33. So how do you attain brotherly Buddhahood or ‘Christhood’? To me a fundamental aspect of it is that you have to give everything away. The essay on my website expands on this and tries to show some insight into how that may be possible. https://crimeisaccidental.com
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  • #DoYouKnowDaWae #Psalm103 #IPeter3:8-12 #ChurchService #SundaySermon #JeffMilsten #PomeroyWashington #LCMC #Lutheran #Church #Gospel #TheWayToLife #TheTruth #TheWay #JesusChrist #Jesus #Christ #Yeshuah #Lord #God #HolySpirit #Baptism #Communion #Sabbath #ShowMeTheWay #DoYouKnowTheWay #WhatIsTheWay #TheOnlyWay #TheTrueWay #TheHonestWay #TheGoodWay #TheWayToGo #TheRightWayToGo #TheOnlyWayToGo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUThQvfJt0c #dailyinspiration #heaven #victory #dailymotivation #promise #goodness #motivationalquote #struggle #desire #fact #facts #lifehack #powerful #lives #overcome #think #bible
    #DoYouKnowDaWae #Psalm103 #IPeter3:8-12 #ChurchService #SundaySermon #JeffMilsten #PomeroyWashington #LCMC #Lutheran #Church #Gospel #TheWayToLife #TheTruth #TheWay #JesusChrist #Jesus #Christ #Yeshuah #Lord #God #HolySpirit #Baptism #Communion #Sabbath #ShowMeTheWay #DoYouKnowTheWay #WhatIsTheWay #TheOnlyWay #TheTrueWay #TheHonestWay #TheGoodWay #TheWayToGo #TheRightWayToGo #TheOnlyWayToGo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUThQvfJt0c #dailyinspiration #heaven #victory #dailymotivation #promise #goodness #motivationalquote #struggle #desire #fact #facts #lifehack #powerful #lives #overcome #think #bible
    Jesus Shows Us The Way Jeff Milsten LCMC Sunday Sermon
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  • How to CONVERT yourself to DEAFNESS.

    Find a stick, poke your ears, make fealty oaths and promises to be forever DEAFNESS.

    Thus you are NOW born again as a true DEAFNESS BELIEVER!

    Go forth and convert more to deafness!

    If they refuses, they must be put to the knives, the swords, the ropes, the stabbing, the hanging, to be cleansed of their non-DEAFNESS sins!

    Bless you, may DEAFNESS peace be upon you!

    Any who dissuade you from your mission, put them to the KILLING FIELDS! DESTROY ALL WHO IMPEDES YOUR MISSION!

    Your mission is to CONVERT OR KILL ALL WHO REFUSED THE HOLY COMMUNION OF DEAFNESS!

    For there is NO other way to be saved otehr than by DEAFNESS!

    To DEAFNESS we are BORN to SERVE, to be SLAVE for our God DEAFNESS, HOLY of HOLIES!

    DEAFNESS! DEAFNESS! DEAFNESS! DEAFNESS!

    The very NAME of DEAFNESS IS HOLY!

    Kill all who take HIS NAME DEAFNESS in VAIN!

    DESTROY ALL WHO LAUGHS AT DEAFNESS!

    CONVERTS ALL WHO WILL HEAR DEAFNESS!

    Thus SPAKE DEAFNESS, HIS WORD IS LAW FOREVER!

    DEAFNESS IS ETERNAL!

    Amen
    How to CONVERT yourself to DEAFNESS. Find a stick, poke your ears, make fealty oaths and promises to be forever DEAFNESS. Thus you are NOW born again as a true DEAFNESS BELIEVER! Go forth and convert more to deafness! If they refuses, they must be put to the knives, the swords, the ropes, the stabbing, the hanging, to be cleansed of their non-DEAFNESS sins! Bless you, may DEAFNESS peace be upon you! Any who dissuade you from your mission, put them to the KILLING FIELDS! DESTROY ALL WHO IMPEDES YOUR MISSION! Your mission is to CONVERT OR KILL ALL WHO REFUSED THE HOLY COMMUNION OF DEAFNESS! For there is NO other way to be saved otehr than by DEAFNESS! To DEAFNESS we are BORN to SERVE, to be SLAVE for our God DEAFNESS, HOLY of HOLIES! DEAFNESS! DEAFNESS! DEAFNESS! DEAFNESS! The very NAME of DEAFNESS IS HOLY! Kill all who take HIS NAME DEAFNESS in VAIN! DESTROY ALL WHO LAUGHS AT DEAFNESS! CONVERTS ALL WHO WILL HEAR DEAFNESS! Thus SPAKE DEAFNESS, HIS WORD IS LAW FOREVER! DEAFNESS IS ETERNAL! Amen
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  • Illinois Bishop bans pro-abortion lawmakers from Holy Communion

    #illinois #catholic #abortion
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    Illinois Bishop bans pro-abortion lawmakers from Holy Communion #illinois #catholic #abortion https://www.liveaction.org/news/illinois-bishop-bans-pro-abortion-communion/
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  • Spurgeon

    Evening, April 24

    “The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land.”
    —Song of Solomon 2:12

    Sweet is the season of spring: the long and dreary winter helps us to appreciate its genial warmth, and its promise of summer enhances its present delights. After periods of depression of spirit, it is delightful to behold again the light of the Sun of Righteousness; then our slumbering graces rise from their lethargy, like the crocus and the daffodil from their beds of earth; then is our heart made merry with delicious notes of gratitude, far more melodious than the warbling of birds—and the comforting assurance of peace, infinitely more delightful than the turtle’s note, is heard within the soul. Now is the time for the soul to seek communion with her Beloved; now must she rise from her native sordidness, and come away from her old associations. If we do not hoist the sail when the breeze is favourable, we shall be blameworthy: times of refreshing ought not to pass over us unimproved. When Jesus himself visits us in tenderness, and entreats us to arise, can we be so base as to refuse his request? He has himself risen that he may draw us after him: he now by his Holy Spirit has revived us, that we may, in newness of life, ascend into the heavenlies, and hold communion with himself. Let our wintry state suffice us for coldness and indifference; when the Lord creates a spring within, let our sap flow with vigour, and our branch blossom with high resolve. O Lord, if it be not spring time in my chilly heart, I pray thee make it so, for I am heartily weary of living at a distance from thee. Oh! the long and dreary winter, when wilt thou bring it to an end? Come, Holy Spirit, and renew my soul! quicken thou me! restore me, and have mercy on me! This very night I would earnestly implore the Lord to take pity upon his servant, and send me a happy revival of spiritual life!
    Spurgeon Evening, April 24 “The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land.” —Song of Solomon 2:12 Sweet is the season of spring: the long and dreary winter helps us to appreciate its genial warmth, and its promise of summer enhances its present delights. After periods of depression of spirit, it is delightful to behold again the light of the Sun of Righteousness; then our slumbering graces rise from their lethargy, like the crocus and the daffodil from their beds of earth; then is our heart made merry with delicious notes of gratitude, far more melodious than the warbling of birds—and the comforting assurance of peace, infinitely more delightful than the turtle’s note, is heard within the soul. Now is the time for the soul to seek communion with her Beloved; now must she rise from her native sordidness, and come away from her old associations. If we do not hoist the sail when the breeze is favourable, we shall be blameworthy: times of refreshing ought not to pass over us unimproved. When Jesus himself visits us in tenderness, and entreats us to arise, can we be so base as to refuse his request? He has himself risen that he may draw us after him: he now by his Holy Spirit has revived us, that we may, in newness of life, ascend into the heavenlies, and hold communion with himself. Let our wintry state suffice us for coldness and indifference; when the Lord creates a spring within, let our sap flow with vigour, and our branch blossom with high resolve. O Lord, if it be not spring time in my chilly heart, I pray thee make it so, for I am heartily weary of living at a distance from thee. Oh! the long and dreary winter, when wilt thou bring it to an end? Come, Holy Spirit, and renew my soul! quicken thou me! restore me, and have mercy on me! This very night I would earnestly implore the Lord to take pity upon his servant, and send me a happy revival of spiritual life!
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