Sunday, 2 August 2015

Quotes 02/08/2015

We live in a world where society cries louder and louder that Bible and its teachings are not anymore valid for this generation.

This could be a sign that God is evicted from people's lives under the pressure of sinful pleasures. Yet sooner or later Christian based societies will find out the huge mistake they made.

Remember you those who reject God; He is the source of everything, even pleasure was created by Him that's why He established some rules for it so we don't become slaves of it or to destroy other people's lives for our pleasure.

Saturday, 1 August 2015

The new Holocaust in 21'st century

In Middle East and North Africa started a new type of Holocaust. It's first Holocaust in 21'st century. Like 70 years ago, when millions Jews were killed by Nazi regime, ISIS a nationalist Islamic organization and other Islamic terrorist organizations are doing of fast process of extermination of Christians and other Muslims who do not fit the profile of their ideology.

There are similarities and differences.

One difference of today holocaust compared with 70 years ago is that now is made in the name of Allah for Islamic ideology. Hitler did for money and revenge.

Also, ISIS is doing part of this Holocaust for money and power. They confiscate a lot of goods, sell a lot of oil, and protect drug networks in order to share some profits with them. In killing always man sees a possible fortune, otherwise killing will not so appealing.

One of the questions that was constantly asked decades after Holocaust was if the Western powers could do something to stop Hitler doing such atrocities. And again we ask and probably many will ask later, can the actual Western powers do something to stop these terrorists or they have a reason for acting so slowly?

I am sure that after ISIS will be defeated many will ask the legitimacy of passiveness of the rest of the world toward millions of people trapped in cross fire.

The history repeats itself from time to time.
Humanity cannot learn the harsh lessons. After WW2 so many countries regretted their participation in helping Hitler, but it was too late. I wonder if  Western powers did not have the biggest contribution at formation of such organizations and if not more the we know in ISIS appearance is connected to oil business? The control of resource plays a important role in this conflict, and again Christians and Muslims are caught in this cynical war.

Since Satan took leadership of this world (to certain extent), we should expect that many things in this world will go from bad to worse. Humanity is incapable to keep peace even nations make every year different truces and agreements. After a while we find ourselves back in wars, back in conflicts. We see again and again tragedies at a global scale. That's make us cry louder; Lord Jesus come and save us, come and make justice in a such cynical world led and influenced by Satan.

Thursday, 30 July 2015

Do Muslims have the answer to atrocities based on their ideology?

There are many debates in the West on Islam and its connections to atrocities produced in Middle East and North Africa. What is common in all these debates?

Firstly, most Muslim scholars don't admit the majority of atrocities saying they need to be documented properly and sources checked.

Secondly, most Muslim scholars don't admit that all Muslim criminals are theological inspired.

Thirdly, most Muslims scholars blame local governments for weakness and corruption saying that in true Muslim countries Christians would not be persecuted in any way.

So is that true?

Firstly, hello Muslims from all over the world. There so many cases that cannot be documented and checked because it's too risky. But media is full of video of people who flee from their home homes because ISIS or other Muslim criminal organizations. Only immigration is a proof that so many crimes happen in Muslim countries.

Secondly, most Muslim criminals say they do this for the sake of Allah and Muslim faith. Even those who leave Europe and fight in Middle East say the same thing. They claim in this way they found a sense in life. So again most of them are theological inspired.

Thirdly, simply it's not true, persecution exists even in well governed Muslim countries, like Saudi Arabia, Iran or Turkey. There is no Muslim country in the world where Christians are free except if that country has a secular leadership, in that case it might be easier.

For Islamic people the hardest thing to do is not stop killing although that's hard too, but to admit they do wrong.

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Quotes 7/22/2015


Freedom is never sustainable without a strong foundation.  If we guard freedom only with laws, that is no longer freedom. Freedom must be guarded by conscience.

Over the ages from all kings who promised freedom their subjects none kept their promise forever. Jesus promises us freedom forever, freedom for all, freedom for being a child of God. What a promise! 

Freedom is very expensive

What is freedom for some means oppression for others. Freedom needs laws or conscience in order to be sustainable. The best of the two is conscience helped by virtues.

It is impossible to understand freedom without truth. The foundation of freedom is the truth.

The most important freedom is experienced when a man is no longer tied by vices, sins or haunted by conscience. Jesus said that no one can give us such freedom except if we know the truth. Truth will make us free.

Thursday, 11 June 2015

Sexual indoctrination of society and culture

Morality became a sensitive issue once TV was used more and more on the face of the earth. People from TV and movie industry realized they need to something to keep the viewers closed to their TV sets. More TV companies had to face a lot of competition, so everyone tries hard to impress others.

There were many strategies in order to attract viewers: extreme videos with violence, with sexual content and with horror etc. The question remains, what humanity get out of it. See, at horizon many times emerge different movements, some fight for good things, others for bad things. Certainly there is not single good thing for humanity out of moral depravation. More people sick, more AIDS spread, more children born out of illegal marriage, millions of people depended of pornografy, actually there is nothing positively about sex indoctrinated culture.

Surely we live in the most sex indoctrinated culture ever. There were times in history when people perverted their sexuality but no to a such extend. Today, sexual indoctrination reaches a global level. Sexualization of education is another way humanity is indoctrinated. That's why they succeed.

We cannot understand why sexual minorities rule over majorities only if we consider the effect of sexual indoctrination over the years through any means available.

Like any trends in the world some come and go. Once communism was praised by many nations, other times fascism, see humanity must see the effects and it is not convinced by something evil until a immense tragedy will happen. In the same sense, I hope that one day humanity will see the real face of sexual indoctrination. Humanity can become a beast and its bad accepted behavior will lead to horrible acts that will scare even those who promote now by any means sexual indoctrination. 

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Monday, 30 March 2015

Friday, 27 March 2015

Christians Expose Persecution During 300 Days of Modi’s Rule in India

3/24/2015 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern)-Christians of all denominations and Civil Society groups came together in New Delhi on March 19, to protest the past 300 days of Modi’s rule.  Modi has failed to restrain hate and violence against religious minorities, specifically Christians and Muslims, in various states of India. Instead, the civil society has responded to these religious minorities with unbridled targeted hate and violence with near complete impunity.
Mr. Narendra Modi, a strong Hindu nationalist, was sworn in as a Prime Minister on May 26 2014, after a land slide victory of the Nationalist Political Party, BJP (Bharathiya Janatha Party) in last year’s General elections. Modi came into office promising the people of this country of progress and development. However, since Modi came into power the attacks on Christians and Churches have increased abruptly. The Christians gathered in protest of what they see as the opposite of progress and development; they see persecution and discrimination of their religious beliefs.
According to a report released by United Christian Forum, “the aggravating communal situation in these 300 days listed at least 43 deaths in over 600 cases of violence, 149 targeting Christians and the rest Muslims, Desecration and destruction of churches, assault on pastors, illegal police detention of church workers, and denial of Constitutional rights of Freedom of Faith aggravate the coercion and terror unleashed in campaigns of Ghar Wapsi and cries of Love Jihad. Since May 2014, there has been a marked shift in public discourse”.
Dr. John Dayal, Spokesman of the United Christian Forum said that, “I am happy to see the national solidarity against religious nationalism. For the Christian community, which feels betrayed by the government, it is good to know that the nation stands with them.” He continued, “what we need from Mr. Modi is to identify the elements who vitiate the environment, and whose actions threaten the community. It is time the government put a stop on the hate speech [of the Sangh Parivar, RSS and their organizations]to begin with”.
Leaders of the major political parties and prominent civil society members spoke at length during the protest, condemning the hate campaign and religious violence that threatens religious freedom and as well as the secular fabric of India. They also condemned the recent rape of a 70-year-old Nun in West Bengal which sent shockwaves throughout India, and the world.
Rev. Vijayesh Lal, Director, Religious Liberty Commission of EFI, said, “Modi’s “assurance” to religious minorities is challenged and countered by Mr. Mohan Bhagwat, the head of the powerful Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, who asserts, repeatedly, that every Indian is a Hindu, and minorities will have to learn their place in the country
In Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and other states, the terror, physical violence and social ostracizing of Dalit and Tribal Christians continues. The Prime Minister refuses to reprimand his Cabinet colleagues, restrain the members of his party members or silence the Sangh Parivar which claims to have propelled him to power in New Delhi.
The peaceful protest of the Christians and members of the civil society sought protection and safety of minorities while safeguarding the constitutional right for every citizen of this country for a peaceful co-existence

By ICC's India Correspondent





Thursday, 26 March 2015

Should we Christians wear the little cross?

It is a christian tradition to wear a little cross at the neck. There are many other places Christians keep a cross. For instance some have a cross in the car, others have a cross in their offices etc.

Yet Jesus never asked someone to wear a such cross, that will be very easy for most of us in order to fulfill the commend of Jesus. The cross, Jesus was talking about is a sum of sufferings for the faith and for His Name. It's a crucification to sinful pleasures of the world which are tempting us every day. No, the cross of Jesus cannot reduced to a little piece of something, it's command which brings us Christians to suffering and to self denial.

Wednesday, 25 March 2015