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Fri Dec 21, 2012

Christmas Message from the Christian Pilgrim Faith

Seasons greetings to all God’s people on earth. As we celebrate this year, let us remember that God’s only begotten son was born on this earth to save all that believe in Him and His gospel of the Kingdom of Heaven.{{more}}

Let us also recognize, if never before, that Joshua (in his time the English name “Jesus” had not existed) from Galilee in Palestine and his gospel message to mankind was about government and not religion (Isaiah.9: 6-7) The angel Gabriel confirmed this also (Luke 1: 31-33) His disciples knew that too. So James and John wanted top leadership positions but Joshua rebuked them, then told them that the leaders of this world act as tyrants and lord over their people, but in his government is different. All leaders in his government or kingdom shall be servants of the people (Mark 10:42-44).

Before Joshua went back to the Father in heaven, he appointed kingship to his disciples so that they sat on thrones judging the 12 tribes of Israel. (Luke 22:29-30).

Pertaining to the three arms of government, the Messiah said that He did not come to abolish the laws and the writing of the prophets (Matthew 5:17). That if you have been caught violating the laws and been thrown into prison there you stay and pay the price (Matthew 5:25-26).

Let us also remember at this time, the blood bath handed down to the young children, two years old and under by the political leaders of the day – the stroke of the pen, the power of the law. (Matt 2:16)

It has been the norm of this season to celebrate in a merry way. But for the good of ourselves, for the good of our nation and most highly for the good of the Kingdom of Heaven, let us put aside our political parties, our secret orders and focus on the oneness of our creator, God, and the oneness of humanity, so that we may receive a blessing throughout all the seasons.

Happy holidays to one and all and we wish we all will have the true and right vision to take us beyond the new year to unity peace and prosperity.

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