Christendom

“No authority on earth supersedes God’s Word and Law.”

 

 

Evil does not want prayer public or private prayer. Because prayer is one of the most important spiritual weapons against evil. 

Religion and oath are inseparable. Founding Father John Witherspoon noted that “an oath is an appeal to God.” Therefor an oath is an act of worship, in calling of His judgement upon us if we break our oath. Thus implied is a belief in God and His Providence. “Persons entering on public offices are also often obliged to make oath that they will faithfully execute their trust.”

The Old Testament has numerous prophecies of the arrival of (Messiah, the Anointed One) Jesus Christ who would establish a new covenant based in God’s law and written upon people’s hearts.

Pilate said to him, “So you are a king?” Jesus answered, “You say that I am a king. For this I was born, and for this I have come into the world, to bear witness to the truth. Every one who is of the truth hears my voice.” Pilate said to him, “What is truth?”

John 18:37-28 RSV

The following are prints on the life of Jesus collected by Christian woman from the United States doing missionary work in China just before the Communist Revolution. The prints and letters were sent to a minister the United States as examples of prints that she was intending on using in a book to help with evangelization efforts in China.  

Incorruptibility is considered to a sign of sainthood. Through divine intervention the laws of nature have been suspended and the normal process of decay after death does not occur. Bodies of these saints remain flexible and around them a sweet smell or sent of smell flowers. This is found normally in the Catholic Church with devout religious and Saints, and to a lesser degree within in the Eastern Orthodox Church.

‘Thou wilt not let thy Holy One see corruption.’
— Acts 13:35

God has established and set in motion both physical laws and spiritual laws. The laws of the spirit realm are immutable and unchangeable, so people and spiritual entities must abide by these laws.

Following Columbus’ voyage to the Americas, there were apparitions of the Virgin Mary and associated miracles that spread across virtually the entire American hemisphere. They started in the southern hemisphere north into Mexico, then spread into the United States and Canada. They occurred from the early 1500s through the 1600s and 1700s, and continue today. Early reports were at times brought to the attention of the often unbelieving Spanish priests and ruling officials. Mary appeared mainly to the indigenous people, and spoke to them in their native language. …