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The Papal Tiara

From the article:

The tiara is the pope’s crown. There are more than twenty actual papal tiaras in existence. Over a period of about one thousand years until recently, each new pope was crowned with a tiara at his coronation.

Since the 14th century the Pope’s tiara has had three tiers. According to the Vatican, the three layers symbolize “the triple power of the Pope: father of kings, governor of the world and Vicar of Christ.”i

What do these titles signify?

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From WMD



Did Jesus Condemn Homosexuality?

By Carl Gallups

From the article:

It would appear to be indisputable that same-sex marriage and the open celebration of homosexuality is quickly becoming a part of the global cultural agenda – and corresponding to the rise of the activist homosexual agenda is a teaching that is permeating the Christian world: “Since Jesus never mentions homosexuality nor does He specifically condemn it, homosexuality must be legitimate in Jesus’ eyes.

 Presenting The Queen James ‘Gay Friendly’ Bible Perversion

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Daily Devotional from Amazing Facts


Fixed to a Cross

AN AMAZING FACT:  The word “crucifixion” comes from the Latin meaning “fixed to a cross.” It was an ancient method of execution in which the victim’s hands and feet were bound and nailed to a cross. It was one of the most horribly painful and disgraceful methods of capital punishment, and as such was primarily reserved for traitors, captive armies, slaves, and the worst of criminals.

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The Father of Black Adventism

From the article:

The preeminent figure among black Adventists in the early 1880s, to the time when Edson White reached Vicksburg in 1895, was Charles M. Kinny. Most of what Adventists learned about the progress of the church among blacks during these years they learned from Kinny’s regular articles in the Review and Herald.

This is fascinating to me. I had read not long ago about Edson White being involved in missionary work among blacks. But I didn’t know this.

Charles M. Kinny was certainly on fire for the Lord.


BY ELLEN G. WHITE – March 20, 1891

From the PDF:

Our Duty to the Colored People.

There has been much perplexity as to how our laborers in the South shall deal with the “color line.” It has been a question to some how far to concede to the prevailing prejudice against the colored people. The Lord has given us light concerning all such matters. There are principles laid down in His Word that should guide us in dealing with these perplexing questions. The Lord Jesus came to our world to save men and women of all nationalities. He died just as much for the colored people as for the white race. Jesus came to shed light over the whole world. At the beginning of His ministry He declared His mission: “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord.”


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The Original…


From the poem:

When I say, “I am a Christian”
I’m not shouting, “I’ve been saved!”
I’m whispering, “I get lost sometimes
That’s why I chose this way”


Be sure to check out the history behind the words.

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