Jesus Was Blonde Hair and Blue Eyed
Song of Songs

Vallejo, CA

#495 Dec 17, 2013
I have been a fool. I am a fool. And in the future I hope to cease and desist any hopes of being anything but a fool.

It is why I cling so dearly to Gods redeemer 'Jesus of Nazareth".
For He died to redeem fools such as I. And only by His loving grace have I been set free by such a truth.

As for this truth, I have absolutely no concern what so ever what you believe. For I am but a fool. Overjoyed that I am loved by one so great and admirable. For He is no fool.
Bad song

Alamogordo, NM

#496 Dec 17, 2013
Song of Songs wrote:
I have been a fool. I am a fool. And in the future I hope to cease and desist any hopes of being anything but a fool.
It is why I cling so dearly to Gods redeemer 'Jesus of Nazareth".
For He died to redeem fools such as I. And only by His loving grace have I been set free by such a truth.
As for this truth, I have absolutely no concern what so ever what you believe. For I am but a fool. Overjoyed that I am loved by one so great and admirable. For He is no fool.
You are so correct on everything you said. Nobody ever in their right mind would ever argue with you that you are not a fool, haven't been a fool and will always be a fool. God takes care of children and fools. Walk in peace child, walk in peace...
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#497 Dec 21, 2013
Far from believing wrote:
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that I am better than anyone. As I've said many times, I didn't look to Jesus or the bible because I was better or smarter, rather I looked to Him because I see myself as far more damaged than most. One example, I had a hit man for a babysitter when I was about five.
I have looked intently into the bible because after thirty years of study, it is still hard for me to believe that I am loved. So, subsequently the obsessive compulsive behavior that featured in the downfall of my hopes has become a welcome asset in studying the bible.
Yes, I have learned a great many things the casual observer would miss, as I did for many years.
I am aware that you do not see the things I see. I try and share some of the things I have learned.
Jesus Himself said, no one takes my life, I lay it down.
Please forgive who I am, I have always felt that the Lord could have picked a nicer candidate for His work but.......... He chose me. Believe me, I see the rub.
Believing is for the timid. Jesus asked us to be proactive. It's about actively being and what we do rather than what or how we think or believe. Jesus was a deeply smart man. Much deeper than the Gospels let on. Sounds like you're on the right track. Accept the Love , Love back when you can and do good!
dillergig

Pittsburgh, PA

#499 Dec 22, 2013
youtube.com/watch... …………Jesus did not have blond and theres nobody who knows what the jesus look like really-
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#500 Dec 22, 2013
Proof, you can take it or leave it. You chose!

dillergig, that's also my understanding. Anthropologists see Jesus as dark skinned and dark haired and I think that the "Blond Jesus" boys are thinking wishfully of a superman. I'm pretty sure that Jesus wasn't a Scandinavian, but was more likely African. Dang, now I've insulted the white supremacists.
Despise Ignorant Fools

Abbotsford, Canada

#502 Dec 22, 2013
Wow, what is wrong with you people?! Thinking Jesus was blonde haired and blue eyed. I agree, European Greeks and Spaniards do enjoy lighter skin, eyes and hair, but Jesus WASN'T from there! Think rationally, or burn in eternal hell!
Maybe

Vallejo, CA

#504 Dec 26, 2013
Jesus just looked like He had blond hair yet it was actually just frozen as a result of supposedly being born on a freezing December night in Bethlehem. Or maybe in an attempt to hide His identity, He bleached His hair and wore blue contact lenses.
What I want to know is if you all think it is a coincidence that santa is made up of the same letters as satan.
Praise the name of Jesus, for every day is a day of thanksgiving for His birth.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#505 Dec 26, 2013
Ever since the so-called "conversion" of the pagan Emperor Constantine, in 312 A.D., Christianity has been embraced by the rich and the powerful. But as part of the bargain, Christ's "Good News to the poor" has been twisted to mean that the brokenhearted, the captives and, the downtrodden need to wait for "the next life" for relief. And anyone who proclaims what Jesus taught has been made out to be a troublemaker, a "rabble-rouser", a "heretic" or, more recently, a "Communist".

How can a "Christian" be Conservative, when Jesus Christ was so Revolutionary ?
Goodnews

Vallejo, CA

#506 Dec 26, 2013
The ultimate christmas present is the gift of God's Spirit bought and paid for by Jesus at Golgotha. It may well transform a soul into a calmunist.
Praise the wonderful name of Jesus for His enduring loving kindness.
Goodnews

Vallejo, CA

#507 Dec 26, 2013
Gorky wrote:
Ever since the so-called "conversion" of the pagan Emperor Constantine, in 312 A.D., Christianity has been embraced by the rich and the powerful. But as part of the bargain, Christ's "Good News to the poor" has been twisted to mean that the brokenhearted, the captives and, the downtrodden need to wait for "the next life" for relief. And anyone who proclaims what Jesus taught has been made out to be a troublemaker, a "rabble-rouser", a "heretic" or, more recently, a "Communist".
How can a "Christian" be Conservative, when Jesus Christ was so Revolutionary ?
Nice piece of writing Gorky.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#508 Dec 26, 2013
Goodnews wrote:
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Nice piece of writing Gorky.
Thanks, Goodnews! Abraham, Jesus, and Muhammad, were all prophets which came with the same message, which is to believe in one god, each prophet came to renew and confirm the message brought earlier by previous prophets but not to change this basic doctrine. They are all equal in importance and validity as are the religions they spawned.
Well

Vallejo, CA

#509 Dec 26, 2013
Gorky wrote:
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Thanks, Goodnews! Abraham, Jesus, and Muhammad, were all prophets which came with the same message, which is to believe in one god, each prophet came to renew and confirm the message brought earlier by previous prophets but not to change this basic doctrine. They are all equal in importance and validity as are the religions they spawned.
At least you wrote one sensible post. Even the serpent in Gen.3 only spoke a partial truth. Truly I did not expect more. Abraham and Muhammad did not claim to be that ''One' God you speak of. Jesus did not 'spawn' a religion. He was God keeping the promise He made in Gen.3.
But it is also clear you know this and reject it.
Praise the name of Jesus. The name above all names. King of kings and Lord of lords.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#510 Dec 27, 2013
Well wrote:
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At least you wrote one sensible post. Even the serpent in Gen.3 only spoke a partial truth. Truly I did not expect more. Abraham and Muhammad did not claim to be that ''One' God you speak of. Jesus did not 'spawn' a religion. He was God keeping the promise He made in Gen.3.
But it is also clear you know this and reject it.
Praise the name of Jesus. The name above all names. King of kings and Lord of lords.
Neither did Jesus proclaim that he was God. That title was bestowed on him after his death by the Roman Emperor Constantine (306 to 337 AD).

Jesus also did not require you to praise his name. He did, however, ask us to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God. That alone makes Jesus worth emulating.
Well

Vallejo, CA

#511 Dec 27, 2013
Gorky wrote:
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Neither did Jesus proclaim that he was God. That title was bestowed on him after his death by the Roman Emperor Constantine (306 to 337 AD).
Jesus also did not require you to praise his name. He did, however, ask us to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God. That alone makes Jesus worth emulating.
Aren't you and I both happy that Topix is simply an opinion forum, where we can air our personal thoughts. If you are emulating Jesus then our world is a better place. As for me, still a fool who struggles everyday.
Well

Vallejo, CA

#512 Dec 27, 2013
Gorky wrote:
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Neither did Jesus proclaim that he was God. That title was bestowed on him after his death by the Roman Emperor Constantine (306 to 337 AD).
Jesus also did not require you to praise his name. He did, however, ask us to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God. That alone makes Jesus worth emulating.
Rather than simply quoting some scripture that you will most likely refute, I will offer a visual.
No one ever claimed that Abraham or Mohammed ever healed the sick or raised the dead. Once again, Jesus shows that He is your kind of guy Gorky. He displayed that He was God and didn't have to speak a word.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#513 Dec 27, 2013
Well wrote:
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Rather than simply quoting some scripture that you will most likely refute, I will offer a visual.
No one ever claimed that Abraham or Mohammed ever healed the sick or raised the dead. Once again, Jesus shows that He is your kind of guy Gorky. He displayed that He was God and didn't have to speak a word.
"God" is a metaphor for many things that people cannot grasp. Jesus, and the people of his time knew this. Jesus did not claim that he healed the sick or that he was God. At his death, he is said to have gone to God, just as all life goes to God. The Bible shows in Matthew, Mark and Luke made these claims. Biblical scholars hold that Jesus healed the mental state not through magic, but by healing the soul, which has a profound effect on the body. Abraham and Mohammed came several hundred years after Jesus and carried the message of Jesus, "to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God" to the rest of us. There was and is no competition between the three, their message was the same.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#514 Dec 27, 2013
Don't get me wrong, I agree with everything you said, I just used different words. The thing about the scriptures is that they have differing interpretations and they are all correct in one sense or the other. It's a learning process for all of us.
Well

Vallejo, CA

#516 Dec 27, 2013
You don't heal the mental state to heal leprosy.
And just for the record, Abraham was written about more than 3000 years before Jesus.
Don't get me wrong either. You don't agree with a single word I write and that is why you use different words.
As for me, I give thanks that God created a vessel through birth, so He could walk among us. It changes everything!
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#517 Dec 29, 2013
Well wrote:
You don't heal the mental state to heal leprosy.
And just for the record, Abraham was written about more than 3000 years before Jesus.
Don't get me wrong either. You don't agree with a single word I write and that is why you use different words.
As for me, I give thanks that God created a vessel through birth, so He could walk among us. It changes everything!
All three Abrahamic religions share the same roots (monotheistic belief in a jealous god, among others). Judaism is the tree and Christianity and Islam the branches of this tree. As such, they share many common beliefs in morality. Despite as it appears, the three actually are supposed to follow the 10 commandments of Moses, one of which is 'thou shalt not kill'- so much for that. The time lapse is 42 generations according to the Bible. 3000 years is a good guess.

We disagree on the process of how to heal leprosy. Leprosy is the most common treatable cause of neuropathy in the world. In all patients with leprosy, the nerve tissue is involved. The dermal nerves are infected in all skin lesions, including those due to indeterminate leprosy of childhood. Clinical examination is often sufficient to reliably diagnose leprous neuropathy.

Richie T

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#518 Dec 29, 2013
Stop the silliness and focus upon this:

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