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The Return of Christ

We are in the time of this occurring but not in the context that many people understand. The church who I call the Great Liar true ambition is to control the human psyche through fear while completely manipulating its true meaning. The “Christ” is not a single human being as humanity has been told through […]

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Prince of Peace by Akiane Kramarik

Prince of Peace Inspiration

Prince of Peace by Akiane Kramarik Late last night, as I was shutting down my computer a link title caught my eye; Child Prodigy Paints Visions from God, the decision to click that link and watch the story of Akiane Kramarik painting the Prince of Peace has shocked me with the best inspiration of a […]

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Christ-Consciousness

The return of Christ Consciousness

The return of Christ Consciousness What does Christ Consciousness really mean?Everyone has Christ Consciousness within…. Christ Consciousness The term “Christ” means a person whose conscious of their behavior and actions, and can Give /Receive Love and Compassion without wanting anything back in return.“ Christ Consciousness” means, a person who embraces and demonstrates divinity. Divinity refers […]

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Apollyon (top) battling Christian in John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress.

The Storm is Upon Us by Jim Caviezel

The Storm is Upon Us by Jim Caviezel is the most important work of art in modern times. Jim has achieved something that no other living human being, in recent times has been able to do and that is describe in words, the fight on the edge of the bottomless pit. Not in our life […]

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Entry of the Christ in Jerusalem by Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824–1904)

Jefferson Bible and the Philosophy of Jesus of Nazareth

Thomas Jefferson managed to achieve more remarkable accomplishments in his lifetime, than anyone I have ever heard about, except Jesus Christ. At a time when Bibles were imported from Europe and costs a month salary, he edited and published his own book in 1802, and it’s a masterpiece. Thomas Jefferson used a scalpel and a […]

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