To Do List : Change God Christ Inspirational Bible Church Repent Peel & Stick Sticker Picture Art Graphic Vinyl Wall – Best Selling Cling Transfer Decal Color 709 Size : 20 Inches X 20 Inches – 22 Colors Available

To Do List : Change God Christ Inspirational Bible Church Repent Peel & Stick Sticker Picture Art Graphic Vinyl Wall – Best Selling Cling Transfer Decal Color 709 Size : 20 Inches X 20 Inches – 22 Colors Available

  • Please email us if you want a color other than whats shown. Color choices & important details are in the description below. YOUR DECAL WILL BE SENT “AS SEEN” UNLESS YOU EMAIL US WITH YOUR COLOR CHOICE AT THE TIME OF YOUR ORDER . WE SHIP VERY FAST AND NEED YOUR COLOR CHOICE AT THE SAME TIME YOU ORDER ! Multicolored decals can only be made “AS SEEN” and can not be changed into other colors.
  • Available Color Choices : Black, White, Red, Burgundy, Dark Brown, Orange, Yellow, Lime Green, Kelly Green, Dark Green, Teal, Baby Blue, Medium Blue, Dark Blue, Lilac, Pink, Hot Pink, Gray, Silver, Gold, Purple And Lavender PLEASE NOTE : Multicolored decals can only be made “AS SEEN” and can not be changed into other colors.
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The color for this wall decal is the color/colors shown in sample picture (As Seen). If you want a different color other than whats shown please email us at the time you place your order. YOUR DECAL WILL BE SHIPPED “AS SEEN” UNLESS YOU EMAIL US WITH YOUR COLOR CHOICE.. THIS WILL NEED TO BE SENT TO US AT THE SAME TIME YOU PLACE YOUR ORDER. WE SHIP VERY FAST AND NEED YOUR COLOR CHOICE AT THE SAME TIME YOU ORDER OR YOU WILL RECEIVE THE DECAL AS SEEN !!!

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black, white, red, burgundy, dark brown, orange, yellow, lime green, kelly green, dark green, teal, baby blue, medium blue, dark blue, lilac, pink, hot pink, gray, silver, gold, purple and lavender

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Should Catholic Church change its stand of banning women from being priests?

Question by Android: Should Catholic Church change its stand of banning women from being priests?
This may be the 21st century where men and women are suposed to have equality, but Catholic Church continues to ban women from becoming priests. Is the church wrong? What would Jesus have said if he were alive today? What did the Bible say about this issue?

Best answer:

Answer by Carly
Jesus would be all for women priests,He’d be open minded and change with the times!

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The Hole in Our Gospel: What Does God Expect of Us? The Answer That Changed My Life and Might Just Change the World

The Hole in Our Gospel: What Does God Expect of Us? The Answer That Changed My Life and Might Just Change the World

  • Religion
  • Christian Life
  • Spiritual Growth
  • The Hole in our Gospel
  • Richard Stearns


Is our faith just about going to church, studying the Bible and avoiding the most serious sins-or does God expect more?

Have we embraced the whole gospel or a gospel with a hole in it?

Ten years ago, Rich Stearns came face-to-face with that question as he sat in a mud hut in Rakai, Uganda, listening to the heartbreaking story of an orphaned child. Stearns’ journey there took much more than a long flight to Africa. It took answering God’s call on his life, a call that tore him out of his corner office at one of America’s most prestigious corporations-to walk with the poorest of the poor in our world.

The Hole in Our Gospel is the compelling true story of a corporate CEO who setaside worldly success for something far more significant, and discovered the full power of the gospel of Jesus Christ to change his own life. He uses his journey to demonstrate how the gospel-the whole gospel-was always meant  to be a world changing social revolution, a revolution that begins with us.

ECPA 2010 Christian Book of the Year Award Winner!

“Read this compelling story and urgent call for change-Richard Stearns is a contemporary Amos crying ‘let justice roll down like waters….’  Justice is a serious gospel-prophetic mandate.  Far too many American Christians for too long a time have left the cause to ‘others.’  Read it as an altar call.”

–Eugene H. Peterson, translator of The Message, Professor Emeritus of Spiritual Theology, Regent College, Vancouver, BC

“Rich Stearns calls us to exhilarating obedience to God’s life-altering, world-changing command to reflect his love to our neighbors at home and globally. The Hole in Our Gospel is imbued with the hope of what is possible when God’s people are transformed to live radically in light of his great love.”

–Gary Haugen, President & CEO, International Justice Mission 

“Richard Stearns is quite simply one of the finest leaders I have ever known…. When he became president of World Vision I had a front row seat to witness the way God used his mind and heart to inspire thousands…. His new book, The Hole In Our Gospel will call you to a higher level of discipleship…. Now is the time…Richard Stearns has the strategy…your move!”

–Bill Hybels, Founding and Senior Pastor, Willow Creek Community Church, South Barrington, IL

“Rich Stearns has given us a book that makes absolutely clear what God hopes for and expects from each of us…. He reminded me of my personal responsibilities and the priority I must give them and also where life’s true rewards and fulfillment are to be found.”

Jim Morris, former executive director, United Nations World Food Program

“World Vision plays a strategic role on our globe. As the largest relief organization in the history of the world, they initiate care and respond to crisis. Rich Stearns navigates this mercy mission with great skill. His book urges us to think again about the opportunity to love our neighbor and comfort the afflicted. His message is timely and needed. May God bless him, the mission of World Vision and all who embrace it.”

–Max Lucado, author of 3:16-The Numbers of Hope, Minister of Writing and Preaching, Oak Hills Church, San Antonio, TX

“Rich Stearns has penned a passionate and persuasive book aimed at Christians who find themselves absorbed with their own existence, pursuing the American dream of health, wealth and happiness.  Rich traces his own spiritual journey from having it all, to sacrificial living on behalf of those who have nothing.  Not only is Rich eloquent, he’s right.”

–Kay Warren, Executive Director HIV/AIDS Initiative at Saddleback Church, Lake Forest, CA

“An urgent, powerful summons to live like Jesus. Stearns weaves solid theology, moving stories, and his own journey of faith into a compelling call to live the whole Gospel. Highly recommended!”

–Ronald J. Sider, President, Evangelicals for Social Action, Author of Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger

“With passionate urging and earnestness, Rich Stearns challenges Christians to embrace the whole Gospel of Jesus Christ by embracing the neediest and most vulnerable among us.  After reading the moving stories, the compelling facts and figures, and Stearns’ excellent application of scripture and his own experiences at World Vision, you will no doubt be asking yourself: What should I do?”

–Chuck Colson, Founder, Prison Fellowship

“This book is a clarion call for the church to arise and answer the question, “Who is my neighbor?”… If you read this book, you will be inspired, but if you do what this book is asking, you will be forever changed. Rich Stearns’ book is like a safari for hurting souls that cannot be written in the safety of an office suite…. If you have been feeling something missing or an aching emptiness inside, read The Hole in our Gospel.  It will show you how to fill that void!”

–T.D. Jakes Sr., The Potter’s House of Dallas, Inc.

“Rich Stearns’ book is showing us through stories and examples how it is better to see a sermon rather than hear one.  This is an important book for all of us!”

–Tony Hall, US Ambassador and former US Congressman

“This is much more than “just another book” from a Christian leader.  It’s a message to Christendom that we all need.”

–Dr. Tony Campolo, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Eastern University, author of Red Letter Christians 

“This book represents a powerful personal story; face to face experiences with the poor which changed the author’s life, plus, an insightful scriptural commentary.  As happened with Bob Pierce, founder of World Vision; Richard Stearns’ heart has been broken with the things that break the heart of God.   Now, Stearns is using his considerable CEO skills to serve the poor and oppressed.  I highly recommend this book.”

–John M. Perkins, President, John M. Perkins Foundation for Reconciliation & Development, Inc.

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Prophecy predicts Benedict to change his name

See Full Video at Benedict will change his name to a new Papal name. Since reformation times it was understood that the beast in Revelation 17 Represented the church and state system in Europe. In 1798 Napoleon hated the church and decreed it dead captured Pius VI and he died at the hands of the French. Three phases are described in Revelation 17 regarding the beast 1. Was 2. Is not 3. Yet is Was- 1798 ended Papal rule over the kings of Eruope “Is Not” After 1798 there is mentioned 7 kings 1. Pius 2. Leo 3. Gregory 4. Benedict 5. John 6. Paul 7. John Paul During this phase the Pope’s lost their control over the kings of the earth, no church and state to enforce church doctrines. “yet is” Under the 8th Papal name this Pope regains control over the kings of the earth as church and state unite to enforce church doctrine. This pope starts out with one of the 7 Papal names but changes his name to an 8th Papal name to show his new Power status in the world. Mystery Babylon sits on the 7 heads, Mystery is a Greek word meaning secret. To understand this secret one must understand Ancient Babylon. Ancient Babylon had 36 gods they counted them like this 1+2+3 etc all the way to 36 totally 666 this number was given to the sun god. Mystery Babylon sits on 7 Papal name’s. the first name used after 1798 is PIus there are 12 individuals using that name counting 1+2+3 all the way to 12 we get count 78, next there is Leo there are 13 Pope’s named leo on the

Martin Luther’s Spirituality Law for Change in the Church

Martin Luther’s Spirituality Law for Change in the Church

Martin Luther was a noted Christian theologian whose unorthodox teachings not only inspired but also influenced the doctrines of Protestant and other Christian traditions. Martin Luther was born to Hans and Margaretha Luder on 10 November 1483 in Germany and was baptized the next day on the feast of St. Martin of Tours and he was thus named Martin.  Luther’s clarion call to the Church to return to the teachings of the Bible led to the formation of new traditions within Christianity and the Counter-Reformation in the Roman Catholic Church.

In 1505, Martin Luther received his Master’s degree and in keeping with his father’s wishes, he enrolled in the law school of that university. But his destiny was rewritten when a lightening bolt struck near to him as he was returning to school. Terrified, he cried out, “Help, St. Anne! I’ll become a monk!”.  Martin was saved of his life, but regretting his words, Martin Luther dropped out of law school and entered the monastery. Martin fully dedicated himself to monastic life and began his efforts to noble deeds to please God and to serve others through prayer. He indulged in fasts and long hours in prayer, undertook pilgrimages, and constant confession. The more he tried to devotedly work for God, the more aware he became of his own sins. In 1507 Luther was ordained to the priesthood. In 1508 he began teaching theology at the University of Wittenberg. Luther earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies on 9 March 1508 and a Bachelor’s degree in 1509. On 19 October 1512, the University of Wittenberg conferred upon Martin Luther the degree of Doctor of Theology. After earning the doctorate in theology, Luther instead of settling down to a scholarly monkish life or an uneventful university career teaching theology, began to develop his own personal theology, when he protested the use of indulgences in his ‘95 Theses’.

Martin Luther married Katharina von Bora, a former nun and with it began the tradition of clerical marriage within several Christian traditions.  Luther’s translation of the Bible also helped to develop a standard version of the Bible in German language.  Luther’s hymns were responsible for the development of congregational singing in Christianity. The compulsion of priesthood and the demand for delivering lectures prompted Martin Luther to study the Scriptures in greater depth. Luther engrossed himself in the teachings of the early church and began researching on them.  The uproar and tumult started with the publication of his 95 Theses and the controversy that was let loose brought even more pressure on Martin Luther to more intensely study the Bible. This intensive study convinced him that the Church had lost sight of several central truths the Bible contained.

Luther’s first writing was ‘The Sermon on Good Works’, in which he argued that good works do not benefit the soul but only faith could do that. Things took a turn for the worse when Pope Leo declared 41 articles of Luther’s teachings as heretical teachings, and Luther’s books were publicly burned in Rome. This made Luther more indignant in his effort to reform the church. His treatise, “Address to the Christian Nobility of Germany,” exhorted the German people to use military means to force the church to discuss grievances and reform. Luther initially saw himself as a great reformer of the Catholic Church, and though a simple monk thought the force of his ideas would redirect the Leviathan of the church. But in the end, however, he divided Christianity into two separate churches and the second division came to be known as Protestantism.

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