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I like Proverbs 9:7-18 especially for this occassion
to sum that up "If you correct conceited people you will only be insulted...But if you correct the wise, they will respect you. Stupidity is like a loud, ignorant shameless woman. She sits at the door of her house or on a seat in the highest part of town and calls out to the people who are minding their own business"
And I will now step down from the pulpit... :o)
Nothing will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord
Mines Romans 8 38-39
BTW it`s not ISH...It`s INRI. In the Gospel of John (19:19–20) the inscription is explained:"Pilate also had an inscription written and put on the cross. It read, `Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews.` Many of the Jews read this inscription, because the place where Jesus was crucified was near the city; and it was written in Hebrew, in Latin, and in Greek."
The Latin for "Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews" is "Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum", and the acronym for this title is INRI.
Some Eastern Orthodox depictions of the Crucifix have a slight variation, showing instead the letters INBI, based on the Greek text of the inscription on the cross (Iésous o Nazóraios o Basileus tón Ioudaión), rather than on the Latin text.
1. The belief that Mary is Holy 2. The belief that the bread and wine turn into the actual body and blood 3. The infalability of the Holy Church (and its leader) 4. The belief in purgatory (which even some new age Catholics don`t adhere to)
Also, some people may not like the Pope but don`t be fooled that he doesn`t have any power. Jeb Bush is Catholic and even gets calls from the pontif himself.
By the way that isn`t the Pope...
-HAIL SATAN EVERYONE!
P.S. Remember to sacrafice virgins on thursday, we have a big satanic orgy this friday too! See you all there!
This doesn`t take away from the fact that it`s a harmless joke, just reminding you that the symbols your church chooses to use don`t necassarily have anything directly to do with the last supper either. They likely had a regular loaf of bread and not a cracker. The point isn`t the exact food substances, it`s the sumbolism of the ceremony.
And it doesn`t really diss `Christians` at all just chathlics (they believe the virgin Mary is holy )-| and she`s not, Jesus is THAT`S what CHRISTIANS belive in. Chathlic can hardly be considered christianity.
Also, I don`t find this offensive, just light hearted humor.
She is so of age.....in germany.