Sunday, January 28, 2007

Latin Will Dominate As Future World Language

According to the New Testament, the Latin language will be the dominating language of the world in the future, see John 19:11, Romans 1:7, 16:20, and John 19:20.

Jesus says that what was written about Him in the Old Testament would come to pass, see Luke 24:27, 44. The New Testament is therefore accordingly the word of God, see Romans 10:17, 1 Corinthians 2:13, and 1 Thessalonians 2:13.

Latin is the Christian, and international, and New Testament language.

In Luke 5:37 - 38, we read concerning the New Testament, that no man puts new wine into old bottles, but that new wine must be put into new bottles for it to be preserved.

Now, there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek, see Romans 10:12. And concerning the Old Testament "ministration of death", see 2 Corinthians 3:7 - which is done in Hebrew and in Greek, through the Septuagint and the Biblia Hebraica - contrasts now the Latin New Testament of glory, see 2 Corinthians 3:11.

Why would God tell us about the angel of the bottomless pit, in the Hebrew tongue called Abaddon and in the Greek language called Apollyon, see Revelation 9:11, if it wasn't for the fact that Latin would be the future dominating language of the universe?

Here it is worthwhile to note that the Latin New Testament mentions the Latin name of the angel of the bottomless pit: "Exterminans", see Revelation 9:11 in the Latin Vulgate.

This means that Latin will become the future dominating world language.

But the world faces a future of people speaking more than one language, and rather than the Latin language having the global field to itself, many persons will become bilingual and even multilingual, see Mark 16:17, and Revelation 5:9.

There are many instances in the New Testament where we see the high esteem Jesus has for the Hebrew language and for the Greek language as well. One example already mentioned is Revelation 9:11.

Other examples are when Jesus spoke to Paul in Hebrew from heaven, see Acts 26:14. Or when Jesus gave the hint that the New Testament law would be preserved by the Greeks, see Matthew 5:18, 24:35, and Hebrews 8:6.

In the Old Testament, it was prophesied that Esau would be the father of the future universal scripture Latin, as is represented by his hands, see Genesis 27:22. The voice of Jacob here represents Jesus and the Spirit of the New Testament. And in Isaiah 19:25, the work of God's hands - the Assyrians - accordingly represents the union of the Romans and of the Germans.

In Obadiah 1:6 we see how future generations diligently study the New Testament in Latin, and learn and use Latin for both daily use, and also for acquiring deeper understanding and more knowledge.

If you have anything you want to say to future generations, to write it in English, French, Spanish, Swedish, Arabic, Chinese or Japanese, might be as stupid as writing in old Babylonian cuneiform or in Egyptian hieroglyphs.

If you want to contribute to the future, or if you have anything you want to bring about to future generations, write it in Latin.

The Hebrew and Greek languages will basically be surpassed languages, and replaced by Latin, just in the same way that the New Testament replaces the Old Testament, see 2 Corinthians 3:7.

The Hebrew and the Greek peoples should nevertheless not be too sad about this fact, because their languages were anyway foreign imports in the first place.

The Latin language is also made up of the best parts of both the Hebrew and of the Greek languages - developped with the help of both the Hebrew and of the Greek peoples - together with the Romans of course.

Now, these older languages would and will serve the younger Latin language, compare with Romans 9:12, because "where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty", see 2 Cor 3:17.

The freedom, prosperity and peace our Lord and Saviour Jesus has taught us, will in this way be appropriately conveyed to all nations and to the whole universe, see Matthew 28:18 - 20.

"Sed in his omnibus supervincimus per eum, qui dilexit nos", Romans 8:37.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Christ Has Redeemed Us From The Curse Of The Law

Christ may deny the words of your petition, but He will provide for your needs, because "with God all things are possible", see Matthew 19:26.

Financial prosperity is part of your blessing, just like good health, and peace and happiness in your life, see 3 John 1:2.

If we believe on the name of Jesus, and love one another, we follow God's commandment, see 1 John 3:23. Then, "whatsoever we ask, we receive of him, because we keep his commandments, and do those things that are pleasing in his sight", see 1 John 3:22.

Jesus said: "If ye love me, keep my commandments", see John 14:15. Christ also comforted us with the words that His burden is light, see Matthew 11:30.

The Old Testament God made a law impossible to keep, knowing that a man not should be justified by the works of the law, but by the faith of Jesus Christ, see Galatians 2:16.

Therefore the apostle Peter said that the yoke of the Old Testament law - which not the Gentiles or even the Jews were able to bear - not should be put on the necks of the Christians, see Acts 15:10, since we are saved through the grace of the Lord Jesus, see Acts 15:11.

Christ is the end of the law for righteousness for everyone who believes, see Romans 10:4. This is the reason why the law and the prophets were until John the Baptist, see Luke 16:16, now that the righteousness without the law has been manifested, see Romans 3:21.

Thus the Old Testament law is done away with, see 2 Corinthians 3:11, and nailed to the cross, see Colossians 2:14, and replaced with the faultless New Testament, see Hebrews 8:7, which is eternal, see Revelation 14:6.

In the Old Testament book of Deuteronomy we read all the curses that would come upon the Israelites if there would be any negligence to observe all the different mosaic commandments and statutes, see for example Deuteronomy 28:15 - 68.

Now, the twelve tribes of Israel are much more than the Jews. The British for example are Ephraimites, the Scandinavians are composed by the Israeli tribes of Aser, Dan, and Nephtali, and the Dutch people, and those who the French call "Les Gaulois" are other Israeli tribes, who also like the Jews served as slaves thousands of years ago in Egypt.

But now, the good news is that "Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law", see Galatians 3:13, so that "the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ; that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith", see Galatians 3:14.

If Abraham was justified by anything he had done, he would have something of which to boast, but not before God; "For what saith the scripture? Abraham believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness", see Romans 4:2 - 3.

Now that we are redeemed from the curse of the law through Jesus, see Galatians 3:13, we are thus sons and joint-heirs with Christ, see Romans 8:17, and new creations, see John 3:5 and 2 Corinthians 5:17, made in the likeness of our great and resurrected Lord of glory, see Romans 6:5 and Revelation 1:8.

The New Testament is "the perfect law of liberty", see James 1:25, and anyone who is "being rooted and grounded in love", see Ephesians 3:17, and in faith will be wanting nothing. Stand therefore fast in the liberty, "wherewith Christ hath made us free", see Galatians 5:1, remembering that Jesus bore our shortcomings, and diseases, and sicknesses, in order for us to be free, see Hebrews 9:28.

"Verumtamen in hoc nolite gaudere, quia spiritus vobis subiciuntur; gaudete autem quod nomina vestra scripta sunt in caelis", Luke 10:20.

Sunday, January 14, 2007

The Problem With Satan And His Throne

We know "that blindness in part is happened to Israel", see Romans 11:25.

Actually, Israel is much more than the Jews, since there are twelve tribes of Israel and since not all of them are Jewish, even if of course the Jews are very important among the Israelites.

When the apostle James wrote his letter to the twelve tribes, see James 1:1, he understood the importance of submitting to God, and the importance of resisting the devil, see James 4:7.

The apostle Paul understood that we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against spiritual wickedness in high places, see Ephesians 6:12.

The New Testament is a political and religious roadmap, on how to handle spiritual wickedness, see for example Galatians 4:30, so that every generation can leave a better world to the next generation.

The world is without end, and will go on forever, see Ephesians 3:21, leaving the meek to inherit the world, see Matthew 5:5, since God's will will be done in earth, as it is in heaven, see Matthew 6:10.

If blindness in part is happened to Israel, the process of recovering sight is yet ongoing, see Romans 11:26.

But what about Esau, Israel's twin brother, and what about Rome?

Primarily, the Romans are God's beloved, see Romans 1:7, and our God will give us the victory over Satan, thanks to the Romans, see Romans 16:20.

Since blindness in part is happened to Israel, it is no wonder if blindness in part is happened to the Romans too. And actually, the situation is bad for the Latins, since it is written: "Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated", see Romans 9:13.

Revelation 2:13 refer to Satan's throne in Pergamum, "where Satan dwelleth", see Revelation 2:13.

Some Christians are very negative to Rome, and also to the Germans. This is very sad, because both the Romans and the Germans are very brave and important peoples. It is very important to remember that we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against "the rulers of the darkness", see Ephesians 6:12.

It is thanks to Protestantism, that the Bible became available for everyone. And for example, one of the founders of Protestantism, was Martin Luther, and he was German. Another example is Ansgar (801 - 65), the bishop of Hamburg-Bremen, who was the one who introduced Christianity to Birka, Sweden, in 829.

When it comes to the Romans - Jesus Himself was a friend of the Romans - and He said to a believing centurion, who wanted his servant to be healed, see Matthew 8:5 - 9: "Verily I say unto you, I have not found so great faith, no, not in Israel", see Matthew 8:10.

The political and religious problem of the world - according to the New Testament - is not the blindness, which in part is happened to Israel, see Romans 11:25, or the rivalry between Christianity and Islam, see Galatians 4:30.

All the political and religious problems of the world stem from Satan and from his throne. Now, Satan has his seat and dwells in Pergamum, see Revelation 2:13.

Will our different Church denominations put aside partisan politics, work together and get the problem concerning Satan and his throne solved?

Since Esau was the national ancestor of the Roman nation - including East Rome - it gets easier to understand the words in Romans 9:13, and why God hated Esau.

It should be noted here that God would not hate Esau or his descendants forever, because this verse is spelled out in past tense.

Thus the descendants of Esau (Edom) will be brave Christians, and the national heritage will be Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Asia. The cultural heritage is western democracy, and the universal language will be Latin, see for example http://www.geocities.com/capitolhill/senate/5758/ds-02.htm.

When both the Romans and the Israelis - with the help of the Greeks, see John 12:20 - 23 - will understand earlier failures to establish peace, democracy, and prosperity in the world, things will be turned around, thanks to Jesus and the New Testament, see Matthew 28:18 - 20.

"Et hoc est testimonium, quoniam vitam aeternam dedit nobis Deus, et haec vita in Filio eius est", 1 John 5:11.

Friday, January 05, 2007

Can We Trust The Media?

Who do we trust the most to tell the truth?

Do we trust the media?

Can we trust the media?

A few weeks ago the local television station in Belgium, RTBF, presented the evening news as usual. However, this time the news broadcast was an invented fiction, about a coup d'état in Belgium.

After half an hour of the news broadcast, we viewers were shown a text message, that the amazing breaking news was purely fiction.

Most people here, including myself, and even government officials, believed on the incredible message, of this fictitious news broadcast, for the first half an hour.

Whether we watch the news broadcast on Belgian television, BBC, CNN, or other news channels, it is now proven that we actually sheepishly believe everything we are told.

To wildly shake the Belgian public in this way, was maybe not politically correct, and it was certainly even very dangerous for national security reasons. But nevertheless, it has proven to be very healthy, and people have started to be more critical when watching the news on television.

One example of the effect this broadcast has had on people here, is that many persons I have talked to in Belgium, now think that Saddam Hussein still is alive, and that his hanging never occurred. They say that the news about his hanging only serves certain politicians, who have payed for this disinformation, and propaganda campaign.

This is actually very interesting news. Many in the older generation used to never trust the media.

For example, some military personnel in Japan thought that the second world war still was going on in the 60's, and recently, people were found in Russia, who still hid in the woods from Soviet communism. The older generation also used to believe that Adolph Hitler hid in South America, after the end of world war II. And it has even been said that there are people in America, who still today believe Elvis Presley is alive.

Modern blogs are a bit like external fact checkers. They help the media to get the facts right. Some blogs are well informed, but others are insane. Nevertheless, I think they make us better.

I was born in Stockholm, Sweden, to a family of artists, and maybe this is why I like creativity expressed in art works, and in writing.

There are many interesting and funny blogs on the internet I regularly read, like for example http://bildt.blogspot.com, http://beyondbabylon.blogspot.com, http://www.goonersguide.com/blogger.html and http://konserverad.blogspot.com.

We should trust in the living God, because He is the only "Saviour of all men, specially of those that believe", see 1 Timothy 4:10.

It is not science fiction - but science fact - that we live in a world with less job security. Build therefore your networking business before you need it. Think of the relationships you will need tomorrow, and start building them today.

When you need your own company the least, you need to build it the most.

If you become unemployed, you need to start job hunting, since it can take you several years to build those relationships, which will make your business successful enough for you to make a living from it.

But the good news is that all business ideas in the end will work. Your business plan and idea is not that important. What really counts and is important, in order for you to get successful, is hard work.

For example, people have been making chairs for centuries. The chair you actually sit in is probably not the best chair that has been made, and it was probably not the cheapest chair either. Yet, you have bought it, because a person dared to get into the chair business, and then became successful. Hard work is the only reason which lies behind why someone could sell you that chair.

Become an New Testament expert. Be a resource person, and set goals for yourself to help at least one person every week. Then, I am certain that both your network, and your business, will prosper in 2007.

"Have faith in God", see Mark 11:22.

"Sollicite cura teipsum probabilem exhibere Deo, operarium inconfusibilem, recte tractantem verbum veritatis", 2 Timothy 2:15.