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RobSS

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  1. Can you quote what I said? I've never said that colour matter in the context that anyone should be disliked because of the colour of their skin. In that context, I've always said that colour doesn't matter.
  2. I have never claimed one side does more than another. I know you never said I say that, but just wanted to clarify!
  3. Did you read my post correctly? I think you misunderstood what I wrote. i certainly didn't say colour does matter...
  4. I value freedom of speech. It's never been my intention to prevent people from expressing opinions... my aim is to win people over, by showing why disliking coloured people, just because of the colour of their skin, is unnecessary.
  5. If the Holy Spirit does not appear and there is no faith, then it would show that Christ's prophecy was not happening, and if that doesn't happen, it brings into question everything else he said, including his own return. What are your thoughts?
  6. Jesus Christ says the Holy Spirit will come, which means that Jesus Christ will not forsake the world. Jesus Christ will come. "But the helper, the holy spirit, which the Father shall send in my name, that one will teach you all things and bring back to your minds all the things I told you." (John 14:26)
  7. I still don't know if Christ will appear before or after the Great Reset. But it's increasingly looking like we may have to experience a bit of the New World Order first, before Jesus Christ does arrive. I guess, we'll have to see what happens... but if the New World Order officially does arrive, it will mean that exercising faith in Jesus Christ would be sorely tested, but if all faith on earth does disappear, then according to what Jesus Christ said, then he will not come. Steady as she goes...
  8. The verse you originally quoted is a description of what took place at the ascension of Jesus. Two men in bright apparel told the men of Galilee that Jesus had risen from the dead and had been taken to heaven. There are other accounts of that scene, which confirm that those two men were angels: (John 20:11-13) Now Mary stood outside the tomb crying. As she wept, she bent over to look into the tomb and saw two angels in white, seated where Jesus’ body had been, one at the head and the other at the foot. They asked her, “Woman, why are you crying?” “They have taken my Lord away,” she said, “and I don’t know where they have put him.” Jesus Christ himself then appeared to Mary Magdalene and told her that he had not yet ascended to his Father. He told Mary to go tell his disciples that he had not yet ascended. When they were gathered together, Jesus appeared amongst them and he showed them his wounds. After speaking with them, Jesus was "taken up before their very eyes, and a cloud hid him from their sight." (Acts 1:9) That's when the two men in bright apparel said, "Men of Galilee... why do you stand here looking into the sky? This same Jesus, who has been taken from you into heaven, will come back in the same way you have seen him go into heaven." Two angels, appearing as "men dressed in bright apparel", accompanied Jesus Christ after he had risen from the dead.
  9. A few years ago, there was a big brouhaha in the tranquil seaside town of Cromer, Norfolk, which became popular in the Victorian period. About 100 travellers took over the town. Pubs, shops and restaurants had to close, as there were reports of rape, theft and assault. The town went into 'lawless lockdown'. The manager of the local cinema switched the outside lights off, so as not to attract unwanted attention. The rozzers were heavily criticised for not being prepared and having enough resources, even though they'd received reports of "disturbances" in Lowestoft, and that a group of travellers were heading for the county. The plod even ignored public concern on social media. The end result was that the heat didn't have enough resources to deal with the situation. Busies who arrived at the scene found themselves heavily outnumbered and were unable to take positive action. The long arm of the law embarrassingly put out a tweet referring to the disorder as 'low-level'". In a review of what happened, Babylon said they'd learned a lesson, and that they'd truly come to understand the power of social media.
  10. The solution for disliking people because of the colour of their skin is love thy neighbour as thyself, but the solution I was asking about was regarding immigration. Do you have one for that?
  11. In the verse you cited, two men in bright apparel stood by the men of Galilee and asked them why they were gazing upwards. The same two men then said the return of Jesus will be as he came, so we can look forwards to a literal and physical return of Jesus, coming as with the clouds, as so often stated in the New Testament. How did the men know? They were angels! (see Matthew 28:3 & John 20:12)
  12. I do believe this will come to fruition...
  13. "Parsifal is a great promise! The defects and errors which the poets have added to the legends through their too earthly way of thinking distort the true essence of this figure. Parsifal is identical with the Son of Man, Whose coming the Son of God Himself proclaimed." (O. Bernhardt, The Grail Message, The Holy Grail)
  14. There's a lot of wisdom in this poem by Goethe: To the moon You fill bush and valley again Quietly with a splendid mist, You set loose finally once again Entirely my soul. You spread over my domain Gently your gaze, As mildly as a friend's eye Over my fate. Every echo my heart feels Happy and troubled times, I alternate between joy and pain In my solitude. Flow, flow on, dear river! Never shall I be cheerful; So faded away jokes and kisses, And faithfulness as well. Blissful is he who, away from the world, Without hate latching on to, Holding to his heart a friend And with him enjoying, What, by men not known Or never thought of, Through the labyrinth of the heart, Wanders in the night. Also set to music by Schubert:
  15. No, I'm telling the truth and unlike you, I live here, so should know. Only in your imagination! I want people to respect each other. Treat other people as you like to be treated yourself and you can't go wrong, simple. Not sure what you're on about. I've never supported Khan. Sounds like you're tilting at your own shadows.
  16. No... it's because most people want to get on with each other. When she says things like "we're winning", she doesn't represent the opinion of most people. Sorry to disappoint you, but violence in London is not through the roof or as bad as the mainstream media would have you believe, and neither is immigration such a problem. London is a huge city. Get things in perspective.
  17. I see things going the other way. Here in London race relations have never been better and it's improving.
  18. Don't worry, it's only a tiny minority of people that think like that!
  19. Racism is a minority problem. Most white people don't hate people with a different colour skin.
  20. Okay, so you're distancing yourself from that person's remarks, no problem. Great, that you means you agree with David Icke, when he says, "it doesn't matter if you're black, white, Asian, Chinese, Aboriginal... it doesn't matter what your form is... YOU are part of the same consciousness." LOL!
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