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John Christian Fjellestad (J.C.)
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Watched "The dawn if the planet if the apes", good movie
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Where I find answers
Listening to the Bible( The Word of Promise ). The only place I find satisfying answers to our deepest questions. As; Why are we here? What’s gone wrong with this world? And what’s the solution to it’s problems? Where can we find ultimate hope and comfort w...

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Check out this video on YouTube:

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"It's more fun in the Philippines"
Filipinos, and specially filipino Christian’s are the happiest and nicest people ever. Obviously it’s other things than wealth, career, materialism and high living standard that gives the ultimate comfort and joy! We had a fun trip visiting a church, a scho...

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Rooftops at Hamar

"Many people complain that they cannot believe in a god who judges and punishes people. But if there is no Judgement Day, what about all the enormous amount of injustice that has been and is being perpetrated? If there is no Judgement Day, there are only two things to do - lose all hope or turn to vengeance. Either it means that the tyranny and oppression that have been so dominant over the ages will never be redressed, and in the end it will make no difference whether you live a life of justice and kindness or a life of cruelty and selfishness, or it means that, since there is no Judgement Day, we will need to take up our weapons and go and hunt down the evildoers now. We will have to take justice into out own hands. We will have to be the judges, if there is no Judge. 

And so the biblical doctrine of Judgement Day, far from being a gloomy idea, enables ut to live with both hope and grace. If we accept it, we get hope and incentive to work for justice. For no matter how little succes we may have now, we know that justice will be established - fully and perfectly. All wrongs - what we have called moral evil - will be redressed. But it also enables us to be gracious, to forgive, and to refrain from vengefulness and violence. Why? If we are not sure that there will be a final judgement, then when we are wronged, we will feel an almost irresistible completion to take up the sword and smite the wrongdoers. But if we know that no one will get away with anything, and that all wrongs will be ultimately redressed, then we can live in peace.”

-Timothy Keller, Walking with God through pain and suffering

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Conclude your #Christmas  with this!
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