Monday, September 2, 2019

The Time Ends!Repentance Ends.Be careful The Earth is Soon Going to be Destroyed by the Almighty God. FilmMaker: Only Pope’s Spiritual Remedy can Save Earth. Eze 8:Weep 4 Earth,SundayLaw,The End.Downsize

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Students in United States of America Are Protesting to support the LAUDATO SI' of POPE FRANCIS.(This will be Historical turn point 20th September, 2019)
1. Environmental Activist & Film Maker: Only Pope’s Spiritual Solution in Laudato Si can Save the Planet. Ezekiel 8: Weeping for Nature, Enforce Sunday Law, Close of Probation. Things, Things, Things: We must Downsize 2. News Reports in the comment section under ProphesyAgainTV 3. Midday Power Surge 2. Intro: Psalm 55:17. 3. Isaiah 26:9—For when thy judgments are in the earth, the inhabitants of the world will learn righteousness. 4. Hurricane Dorian slowly moving toward Florida… 5. Southeast Prepares for Dorian: Schools Closed, Evacuations Set for Georgia, South Carolina…Evacuations were set to start today in Georgia and South Carolina. Schools, government offices and colleges across the region were closed. States of emergency were declared in Georgia and the Carolinas. 6. Read Ezekiel 8:14-18 and Ezekiel 9:1-7 7. Tammuz, Sumerian Dumuzi, in Mesopotamian religion, god of fertility embodying the powers for new life in nature in the spring. Tammuz was the city god. Tammuz was essentially a pastoral deity…When the cult of Tammuz spread to Assyria in the 2nd and 1st millennia bce, the character of the god seems to have changed from that of a pastoral to that of an agricultural deity. The texts suggest that in Assyria (and later among the Sabaeans), Tammuz was basically viewed as the power in the grain, dying when the grain was milled. A later important fusion was the merger of Tammuz and Damu, a fertility god who probably represented the power in the sap of rising in trees and plants in spring. 8. #237. Sunday, like the Jewish Sabbath, is meant to be a day which heals our relationships with God, with ourselves, with others and with the world…It [Sunday] protects human action from becoming empty activism; it [Sunday] also prevents that unfettered greed and sense of isolation which make us seek personal gain to the detriment of all else. The law of weekly rest forbade work on the seventh day…[See Ex 23:12]. Rest opens our eyes to the larger picture and gives us renewed sensitivity to the rights of others. And so the day of rest, centered on the Eucharist, sheds it light on the whole week, and motivates us to greater concern for nature and the poor. 9. September 1, 2019— Pope’s appeal to pray, reflect, and act to safeguard creation…“Now is the time to rediscover our vocation as children of God, brothers and sisters, and stewards of creation.” Those were the Pope’s words in a message released for the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, which is observed on the 1st of September. The World Day of Prayer falls at the start of the Season of Creation, an ecumenical initiative which runs until 4th October, the feast of St Francis of Assisi. During this time the Pope is inviting the faithful to pray, reflect and take action. Our prayers and appeals, he says, “are directed first at raising the awareness of political and civil leaders”, especially those governments “that will meet in the coming months to renew commitments decisive for directing the planet towards life, not death.” In the message the Pope urges the faithful undertake prophetic actions.  “Many young people all over the world are making their voices heard and calling for courageous decisions”, he comments. Pope Francis stresses that, “we owe them real answers, not empty words, actions not illusions.” 10. September 1, 2019— Pope to leaders: Take drastic action now on climate change…Pope Francis is challenging governments to show the "political will" to take drastic steps to deal with climate change during an upcoming U.N. summit…He began his appeal by quoting from the Bible about Creation: "And God saw that it was good.” Francis echoed pressing calls by young people for "courageous decisions," adding that "we owe them real answers, not empty words, actions not illusions.” 11. September 1, 2019. Environmentalist and filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand joins forces with Pope Francis: Only a “spiritual” solution will save our planet….Yann Arthus-Bertrand used his camera once again to get on film what he considers his main passion: “nature and living beings.” Only this time he has co-directed the September edition of “The Pope’s Video,” which focuses on the preservation of the oceans. The Pope’s Video is an initiative of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network to spread the prayer intentions the Holy Father shares every month, addressing both the challenges of humanity and the mission of the Church. 12. When we asked him [Yann Arthus-Bertrand ] why he decided to participate in Pope Francis’ initiative, the director of great feature films such as Human (2015) and Home (2009) admitted it all started with the publication of the encyclical Laudato Si’. “It really touched me,” Arthus-Bertrand explained. “It is a revolutionary text. With Pope Francis, we can all defend the same values.” Arthus-Bertrand admits he was surprised to find out environmental activists around the world knew of this document. “In my opinion, it is one of the fundamental texts on ecology.” Regarding the responsibility political leaders have on this issue, the French director makes his position quite clear: “The solution that will save our planet will not be political, scientific, or economic, but a spiritual one.” 13. That night in that boat was to the disciples a school where they were to receive their education for the great work which was to be done afterwards. The dark hours of trial are to come to every one as a part of his education for higher work, for more devoted, consecrated effort. The storm was not sent upon the disciples to shipwreck them, but to test and prove them, individually. . . . {OHC 56.4} 14. Things! Things! Things! On the table, on the floor, Tucked away behind the door, On the shelves and on the chairs, Dangerously on the stairs, Bureaus crammed and closets filled, Boxes packed and boxes spilled, Bundles everywhere you go, Heaps and piles and overflow  Of Things! Things! Things! Things! Things! Things! Things of value, worthless trash, Things preserved or gone to smash, Ancient things and things just bought, Common things and things far sought, Things you mean to throw away, Things you hope to use some day, Cellar, attic, all between, One exasperating scene Of Things! Things! Things! Things! Things! Things! Things that take our precious time, Hold us from the Life Sublime, Things that only gather dust, Things that rot and things that rust, Things that mold and things that freeze, Things that harbor foul disease, Things that mock us and defy, ‘Till at last we grimly die  Of Things! Things! Things! Things! Things! Things! Let me cease to be their fool, Let me fly their crafty rule! Let me with unsparing knife Cut their canker from my life! Broad and clear and small serene, Let me make my mansion clean From Things! Things! Things!


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