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Eliade Bezerra Duarte Filho
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For those that think I post too much stuff about Jesus I have a question for you.  Do you plan on going to Heaven?  If so, do you think there's going to be a section there where God isn't mentioned or recognized much?  Is there going to be a single place where God's glory doesn't touch and where people can't help constantly praising Him for his amazing awesome power and love for a single moment?
If that doesn't appeal to you then you have an alternative to go when you die.  It's called Hell.  You don't have to deal with God there at all.  One way ticket by the way so decide today which way you want to go while you are still able to.
I don't apologize and never will for lifting up and exalting the name of Jesus.  You don't walk into a stranger's house and start eating their food and sleeping in their bed and think it's ok so therefore if you don't have a relationship with God then why would you think He would let you stroll into His "house" (Heaven) as if you have a right to be there?  That makes no sense.  He is everything to me and trust me, if you put a gun to me head and tell me to deny Him then just save us some time and pull the trigger.  I fear God and God alone.  Do what you want but you will have to give an account of everything you did (or failed to do) one day and when that day comes I don't want to be ashamed for how I lived my life.  For Him I live and for Him I die!

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"For John the Baptist came neither eating bread nor drinking wine, and you say, 'He has a demon.'
The Son of Man came eating and drinking, and you say, 'Here is a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners.'" - Luke 7:33-34

Jesus reprehended the religious people of his time and that should be a lesson for us today: we cannot live our religion as an expression of what we do or don't do, as something from the outside. Rather, our true religion is a moved heart, a heart touched by the spirit of God that renders oneself into being transformed, reshaped from being a religious person into being a son, a friend of God and his children.

It is very easy to conform to some standards dictated by some religious leaders and authorities. It's really hard though to go beyond what meets the eyes, to overcome religious prejudices, to live a life that may shock and subvert what tradition would expect us to do.

Let Jesus' words be a warning, we will be judged, no matter if we live our lives in complete distance from the world, living as outcasts much like John the baptist, or if we live our lives accordingly to some set of rules handed down to us by the 'spiritual leaders'. This should teaches us not to judge, and not to care about judgment as long as our hearts are committed to God and his principles.

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