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BBC Asteroid Impact Simulation End Of The World Predictions
A huge asteroid with a diameter of 500 Kilometer is going to impact on Earth! Destination: Pacific Ocean. The asteroid impact peels 10 kilometers crust off the surface of Earth. The resulting shockwave travels at hypersonic speed. The debris from the impact is blasted to the lower orbit of Earth, and they returns to destroy everything on the planet. The firestorm created by the asteroid impact encircles the Earth,
vaporizing everything in our world. Within 24 hours of asteroid impact, the entire Earth will be uninhabitable. The researchers have found that this scenario has happened 6 times in Earth's history.
Preview Undeniable Proof Messiah is Coming Soon
Today we want to talk about the end ofevil and the end of suffering on this earth i think that is a generally a goodthing if you've experienced evil and injustice if you've seen war especiallyand terrorism I think you would gladly welcomed theend of evil if however you're on the other side andyou are perpetrating terrorism and evil and injustice
obviously this is terrible news for you so what is good news to one becomes badnews to others and what we get right now is a window of opportunity to decidewhich side were on we can decide whether we're going tochoose to go the wrong way after hearing this if you realize that it's the wrong wayand you stay then there is at the end of thatjudgment for those who do evil and that would have to include asset wereinvolved in evil
unfortunately but if we change our wayand if we seek God with an earnest heart and follow his son whose name is Jesusthen the end is a very good thing for us alright so the person who will bring anend to evil on this earth is called the Messiah that's who he is the Messiah the Christin Greek the Messiah in Hebrew the anointed one of the Savior in English that's his role the coming of Messiahoriginally meant the destruction of tyrants and terrorists of corruptleaders and evil dictators
that's originally the understanding thatthe Jewish people had in fact they were so convinced of this that when Jesusrefuse to top of the Roman government immediately and refuse to do away withwhat everybody agreed was a wicked and tyrannical government system then theywere so disappointed they actually even killed him and Judas one of the twelvewho follow him closely and knew his miraculous working power just thought nice that you're healing people niceyour opening line dies nice that you're raising people from theday but you're not really doing the job
of the Messiah can you understand that now two thousandyears later Christians have changed the meaning of the coming of Messiah to meanthe bringing of peace now when we think of Jesus Christ we can only think of him bring bringinglove joy and peace into our lives and the very idea that he would bringjudgment and correction and he would level outyou know the in justices of this world he would eradicate it
he would deal with it that very idea hasalmost become foreign to who Jesus is but the original meaning of who Jesus ishas never changed and he still is coming back to right the wrongs now it's true on a personal level thatJesus brings peace by us doing chuva which is the Hebrew word for repentingand believing in his name his name is Yeshua Jesus by us doing to Shuba we have peace with God we are reconciledour sins have been forgiven say with me all my sins are forgiven youneed to be convinced of that
Urban Ministry in the End time Sabbath School Lesson 12 Q3 2016
Urban ministry in the end times. Through the last few weeks we looked at howJesus was reaching people. And now we should ask ourselves, what's nexté How can we use what we have learnedé And it's interesting that the author of this quarterly hadfound it important to dedicate a whole week of research And paying close attention to the challenges andthe goals that come up with the Urban ministry. I wonder why. The lesson says that for the last decade the majorityof the world population is living in metropolitan areas.
If we want to reach people,we shouldn't be running away from them And cities have theiradvantages and disadvantages in relation to the gospel. In this lesson, it pays close attention,to the advantages like the mosaic of many languages, many cultures, many ethnic groups,all of them presenting great opportunities for outreach. The example of apostle Paulin the book of Acts chapter 18 demonstrates how he was ableto take full advantage of the common ground that he shared with the people who surrounded him.For the purpose of connecting and ministering to them. I think that we need an entire quarterdedicated to urban ministry.
We need so much to learn,we need a complete reeducation in this. But the lesson makes few important points, the first ofwhich is that cities are full of opportunities for ministry. It's amazing to read Paul's story, that you mentioned,and see how the Greeks kind of defended Paul and beat up the ruler of the synagoguewho wanted judgement against him. But even more than that on how peopleneeded Jesus in their lives and how lives were changed. Sometimes faith can be basedon national or cultural conciseness For some religion is what identifies themand converting can be as treason. It's a big deal. Not that cities don't have this problem but, people aremore used to diversity and more opened to explore,
to listen, to try to understand. Especially when they need help, or are hurting. No wonder Jesus spent much of His time in cities. He was confronted by the incomparable scaleof hurt, suffering and illnesses in the city boundaries. Jesus was a healer, Jesus was a comforterand He felt just right in being in this environment. The lesson calls the cities the quot;Hurting Place.quot; And points out that it's not enoughjust to show up from time to time to do something nice. But rather to be really there,engaged, involved, committed to help the community.
In order for people to trust you,they have to feel that you care Multifaceted uniqueness separatesthe urban from the rural areas. Cities' communities are much less predictable They're much more dynamic and less stereotyped. That's why outreach there,requires individually approached preparation And the different nature of soilthat Matthew chapter 13 describes it, where the seed can fall,either in the good soil or on the rock, requires different approach,different measures to be taken in preparation,
so that we can have even the chanceof reaping fruits after that. The dynamics are different in the cities. Life is much busier and faster,time is a very scarce commodity. Relationships are different, the needs, the expectations We need to understand that and work the soil. Remove rocks, pull thorns, it may hurt,but then the sowing will be more fruitful. Small groups, are they the answer for the big cityé Definitely yes, but whyé