Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Raphael Warcloud G
Poetic notes and journeys
Poetic notes and journeys
Raphael Warcloud's posts

Post is pinned.Post has attachment
Dear readers, when it comes to religious orientation I'm the most tolerant, but one mustn't like a bee by-pass some of the most selectable spiritual nectar.

Soon to pass, last of the seven powers (7) which symbolically represents the completeness and tested world governments. Yes the misplaced powers and lost energies are on their way out.
Daniel chapter 2 verse 44...but I encourage one reads the whole chapter. In the time of those kings, the God of heaven will set up a kingdom that will never be destroyed, nor will it be left to another people. It will crush all those kingdoms and bring them to an end, but it will itself endure forever.

Post has shared content
Hitler's imaginary enemy,(now Russia's) yet they remained steadfast even until death...seeking martyrdom instead of capitulating in the faith...real warrior's.
2Πετρ.2:9 ο Ιεχωβά ξέρει να ελευθερώνει ανθρώπους θεοσεβούς αφοσίωσης από δοκιμασία, αλλά να φυλάττει άδικους ανθρώπους για την ημέρα της κρίσης ώστε να εκκοπούν, 

Post has attachment
Are you ready, so lets do it : }

Post has shared content

we are in the wake
of a great shifting


you better free your mind
before they illegalize thought

there’s a war going on

the first casualty was truth
and it’s inside you

the universe is counting on our belief
that faith is more powerful than fear
and in that the shifting moment
we’ll all remember why we’re here

in a world where you’re assassinated for having a dream
and the rich spend 9 billion a year to control our ideas
and visions are televised so things aren’t what they seem

we gotta believe
in a world where
there’s room enough for everyone
to breathe

cause reality is made up of
7 billion thoughts
who made up their minds
of what’s real and what’s not

so I stopped believing
in false idols of war
greed and hate
is not worth my faith

my mind’s dedicated
to justice
my soul is devoted
to love

and love is God
and God is truth
and truth is you
and you are me
and I am everything
and everything is nothing
and nothing is the birthplace of creation
and transformation is possible
and you are proof

we were born right now
for a reason
we can be whatever
we give ourselves the power to be

and right now we need
day dreamers
gate keepers
bridge builders
soul speakers
web weavers
light bearers
food growers
wound healers
trail blazers
truth sayers
life lovers
peace makers

give what you most deeply desire
to give
every moment you are choosing to live
or you are waiting

why would a flower hesitate to open?
now is the only moment
rain drop let go
become the ocean

possibility is as wide
as the space
we create
to hold it

by Naima

Post has attachment
If the spirit actuates my life force, then I have overcome my greatest adversary. For it has become my strong-hold, in my contemptible state.

Post has attachment
The Spirit Prays for Us Because We Are Weak

The Spirit who resides within “helps” us. He comes to our aid, rescues us, makes our prayers acceptable to God the Father, and helps shoulder our heavy burden. This is the ongoing ministry of the Spirit in our “weakness,” our human frailties.
It is important for us to recognize that physical, emotional, and spiritual weaknesses reveal human frailty, yet are not necessarily the result of sin. Jesus, the sinless Son of God, experienced human frailty—enabling him to “sympathize with our weaknesses”—yet he never sinned (Hebrews 4:14-15). The omniscient Holy Spirit knows our weaknesses as well. He is the “Spirit of adoption” whom we have received from God and “by whom we cry, ‘Abba! Father!’” (Romans 8:15).

The Spirit Prays for Us Because We Are Ignorant

Often we “do not know what to pray for” (Romans 8:26). Sometimes we are aware of our ignorance, like the disciples who asked, “Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11:1). But often we are blind to it, like the sons of Zebedee who came to Jesus with their mother to demand a position of leadership—in response Jesus said, “You do not know what you are asking. Are you able to drink the cup that I am to drink?” (Matthew 20:22).
The Spirit prays for us because our knowledge is incomplete. Matthew Henry writes, “We are shortsighted … like foolish children, that are ready to cry for fruit before it is ripe and fit for them.” One of my young daughters loves to eat pears, but she does not know how to tell when they are ripe. As a result she will often grab a hard, green pear off the kitchen counter, take one bite, and leave the rest behind claiming “it is too hard.” We often do the same. We want the fruit God is preparing for our future, but we want it now, before it is ripe. We do this because we are ignorant of what is best for us, and therefore don’t know how to pray as we should. But the Spirit prays according to perfect knowledge. He prays with “groanings too deep for words.” The Spirit pleads on our behalf in longings that are verbally inexpressible. This is his silent prayer ministry.

The Spirit Prays for Us Because God’s Knowledge is Perfect

Paul continues in Romans 8:27, “He who searches hearts knows what is the mind of the Spirit.” The omniscient Father always knows what the Spirit is thinking. So the Spirit’s prayers include groanings that literally cannot be expressed in words, but at the same time the Father knows and understands the thoughts of the Spirit without the need for words. The Spirit of God knows the thoughts of God (1 Corinthians 2:11), and the Father knows the thoughts of the Spirit. The two are always in full agreement.
What then is the role of words in prayer? The same as the role of words in human communication generally. We do not have God’s unlimited intellect, so we generally need words to help us capture thoughts in a more tangible form. Most of the time we also need words to communicate reasonably well with one another and with ourselves. This is why the Bible has come to us as it has—the Spirit “translating” God’s thoughts to us in the form of words (1 Corinthians 2:13, 2 Peter 1:21).
Knowing that God’s thoughts have been revealed to us by the Spirit in the written Word of God, we can have great confidence that the words the Spirit prays on our behalf to the Father are always perfectly in accord with Scripture. The same cannot be said of our own prayers, as R. C. Sproul admonishes,
Professing Christians often ask God to bless or sanction their sin. They are even capable of telling their friends they have prayed about a certain matter and God has given them peace, despite what they prayed for was contrary to his will. Such prayers are thinly veiled acts of blasphemy, and we add insult to God when we dare to announce that his Spirit has sanctioned our sin by giving us peace in our souls. Such a peace is a carnal peace and has nothing to do with the peace that passes understanding, the peace that the Spirit is pleased to grant to those who love God and love his law.
It should come as no surprise that sinful, rebellious people are capable of sinful, rebellious prayers. We can pray with our mouths, “Thy will be done,” but mean in our hearts, “My will be done.” This is where the Spirit helps us immensely. Galatians 4:6 says, “God has sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts.” The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Jesus. The Spirit and the Son make our prayers acceptable to the Father according to his will. In other words, we pray, then on the basis of those prayers the Son and Spirit pray for us to the Father on our behalf in perfect accordance with the Father’s will.
Jesus is our substitute, our representative before the Father, and only on the basis of his work can we ever come before God. The same is true of our prayers! Just as we are unfit to come before the Father on our own behalf, neither are our prayers! They must be sanctified and purified—“translated,” so to speak—by the Spirit and Son before they can come before the Father. If no unholy person can come before God, then neither can any unholy prayers. This is what it means to say that the Spirit intercedes for us “according to the will of God.”

Post has attachment
“In the Days of Herod the King”
IN AN attempt to kill the infant Jesus, Herod the Great, king of Judea, sent envoys to massacre all baby boys in Bethlehem. History records numerous events that took place “in the days of Herod the king,” events that throw light on the context of Jesus’ life and ministry.—Matthew 2:1-16.
What made Herod want to kill Jesus? And why was it that when Jesus was born, the Jews had a king, but when Jesus died, Pontius Pilate, a Roman, governed them? Why was the expansion of this wall so important to Herod? Who are the modern-day Jacobites or so called Jews? Do they have the true and pure worship? Do they accept the Christ as the real Messiah? The prophecy of Matthews of stone left unturned was fulfilled timely in 70 AD,So why rebuilt something so detestable to the sight of the Almighty God (YHWH) Jeova? To get the full picture of Herod’s role in history and to understand why he is important to Bible readers, we need to look back several decades before Jesus’ birth.

Post has shared content
If this are truly his words...he deserves being President and Nobel prize nominee....: }
Surely he couldn't be so stupid, .!!!!?????✌💨🍺 Cheers 

Post has attachment
I think that the eventual banning of all religious freedom, hangs on a few. But then again the work will have been completed by then, and biblical predictions to a stand-still.

Post has shared content
If I could call a lightning strike, I won't hesitate once.
Wait while more posts are being loaded