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Here are two very amazing and awesome stories that needed to be shared.

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Copy-of-New-Jerusalem2When I’m there with You in heaven
What a wondrous joy will be
Gathered with the angel chorus
Standing by the glassy sea
Such a thought is hard to fathom
In the presence of my King
And with countless ones forgiven
Gathered round the throne to sing

Glory and honor, worthy is the Lamb
Glory and honor, worthy is the Lamb

When you think of heaven, what do you imagine? A place far away, up in the clouds? People wearing white robes as they sing and play harps? streets of gold? But what if I told you that this depiction of heaven, could possibly be wrong? Continue reading

To be a Christian Jedi

10703819_10204851238539940_9119766261710331167_n (1)If you know me, you know that I love Star Wars! But why? I mean, the movies are pretty cheesy, with plenty of plot-holes. This is true, yet still: the action scenes, the books, the video games, and most definitely lightsabers, are what sell it for me. All of that, and because of one other reason that flows much deeper.

The top reason why I love Star Wars, is because how much I can apply being a Jedi, to being a Christian. Now true, it is no secret that the philosophy of the Force was heavily shaped by Taoism, Zoroastrianism, as well as influenced by other eastern religions, such as Buddhism and Stoicism; however, there are still many aspects of this that can be loosely related to Christianity. Now, know that I do not hold this up as Scripture, or trying to add to it, for the Bible only is; however, I do believe that perspective can still be gained from looking at other religions.

“For my ally is the Force. And a powerful ally it is.”–Yoda, Star Wars Episode V: Empire Strikes Back Continue reading

Stay Out of the Pool!

10703819_10204851238539940_9119766261710331167_n (1)Earlier this week, I saw the Red Band Trailer for Deadpool.

I was NOT impressed.

It is amazing how much grotesque language and crudeness can be crammed into a 2:55 clip. I know I won’t be the most popular for giving my opinion; nevertheless, I encourage you to not go see this film in 2016.

But Logan, it’s a “superhero” movie. But Logan, it looks funny! But Logan, it doesn’t bother me! But Logan, it has some cool action scenes! But Logan . . .

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To Wallow in Sin

PIG_02_LS0032_01_PPigs are gross!

They wallow in mud, in filth (since they possess no sweat glands to keep themselves cool, which brings new light to the expression, “Sweating like a pig”). The pig was designated “unclean” to God’s people in the Old Testament (most in-likely to protect them from diseases and parasites that can be contracted when pork is not properly cooked), And the pig, because it parts the hoof but does not chew the cud, is unclean for you. Their flesh you shall not eat, and their carcasses you shall not touch (Deuteronomy 14:8). And when hungry enough, pigs will eat practically anything: slop, leftovers, fruits and vegetables, tree bark, grass, bugs, corn in cow patties, rotting roadkill, even a human body–flesh, meat, as well as bone. It’s amazing that something so good as bacon, comes from creatures like these.

However, like humans, they dream and like to snuggle, they are extremely curious and enjoy exploring, they even enjoy (as discovered in animal sanctuaries according to PETA) listening to music, kicking soccer balls, and receiving massages. We share many more traits with these animals than what we would like to admit, besides genetically and physically–especially our digestion systems (since both pigs and humans are omnivores). Continue reading