THOU SHALT NOT THINK YOU CONTROL THIS COMMUNITY CENTER.
Yes, the BIBLE---OLD TESTAMENT does indeed instruct us to LOVE OUR NEIGHBORS-----well, not to
NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG----GANG SEXUALLY ASSAULT AND NON-CONTACT RAPE YOUR NEIGHBOR-----
that is a different kind of LOVE. NOSY NEIGHBORS say BUT WE LOVE SEXUALLY ASSAULTING OUR NEIGHBORS.
As we always say all religious texts direct members to give shelter, feed, protect those people traveling even if they are not US------but THEM.
'Does the Bible provide any guidance with respect to immigration?
Biblical principles suggest a comprehensive solution. Leviticus 19:33-34 resounds: “When an alien lives with you in your land, do not mistreat him. The alien living with you must be treated as one of your native-born. Love him as yourself, for you were aliens in Egypt. I am the Lord your God” (NIV)'.
This quote was taken from a LATINO EVANGELICAL group knowing our 99% of WE THE LATINO CITIZENS are being made either HITTERS-----OR THOSE BEING HIT.
I will write a letter to my local LATINO COMMUNITY CENTER letting them know on my we have LATINO immigrants HITTING-----and/or being HIT and I would like these community groups to start protecting especially the CHILDREN being groomed by these SEXUAL PREDATORS.
REMEMBER---all this talk about a religious organization being TRANSFORMATIVE------is tied to ONE WORLD ONE RELIGION which will be killing all Western religions -----CATHOLIC/PROTESTANT/JEWISH/MUSLIM and replacing it with 3000BC HINDI-BRAHMIN which only recognizes the global 1% ----and priests are from these families.
A top private Christian university in Orange County, California
55 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626'
VANGUARD UNIVERSITY is like Jerry Falwell's LIBERTY University ---they are FREEMASONRY working for global 1% OLD WORLD KINGS----not our LATINO or US 99% WE THE PEOPLE.
THIS IS FREEMASONRY---NOT RELIGIOUS----JUST LIKE BILLY GRAHAM----OR MLK/JESSE JACKSON.
'Jesse Miranda, Global Chairman of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
Jesse Miranda Center – Welcome to the Jesse Miranda Centerwww.mirandacenter.com
Jesse Miranda Center. for hispanic leadership. Read more. our mission To Train. We train the Church leaders and members, as the
'In partnership with Vanguard University, The Jesse Miranda Center for Hispanic Leadership is committed to building greater capacity in emerging and existing Latino leaders for the purpose of transforming the church, community, and campus through: education, leadership, and research'.
If I write a letter to JESSE MIRANDA ------GLOBAL ----HISPANIC----CHRISTIAN asking why these community centers KNOWING about this OPEN SECRET of HITTING 99% of LATINO immigrants -----to occur. First, MIRANDA which is a very global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS-----family name working for a GLOBAL NGO-----is HISPANIC meaning he is OLD WORLD SPAIN----and not LATIN AMERICAN-----you know, kind of like CARLOS SLIM------the TELEMUNDO KING.
We think most people understand ORAL ROBERTS was FREEMASONRY ---NOT RELIGIOUS----------------
'Miranda has done much to advance the role of education in the lives of Hispanic evangelicals. He established the Jesse Miranda Center at Vanguard University in 2000 (relaunched in 2006) and the Hispanic Center at Oral Roberts University in 2010'
'FAMOUS FREEMASONS: Billy Graham, Jesse Jackson, Oral Roberts ...
Oral Roberts, 33rd Degree Freemason, founder of Oral Roberts University Jesse Jackson, 33rd Degree Prince Hall Freemason Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation Of Islam Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury 1945-1961 Father Francisco Calvo, Jesuit Catholic priest who started Freemasonry in Costa Rica'
When our US local community centers are controlled by these GLOBAL NGOS-----pretending to be religious telling us talking points from global banking ----we will not have these community centers interested in REAL PUBLIC SAFETY----PUBLIC HEALTH-----
'Sebastián Francisco de Miranda y Rodríguez de Espinoza
(Spanish pronunciation: [fɾanˈsisko ðe miˈɾanda]; March 28, 1750 – July 14, 1816), commonly known as Francisco de Miranda (Spanish pronunciation:
[fɾanˈθisko ðe miˈɾanda]), was a Venezuelan military leader and revolutionary. Although his own plans for the independence of the Spanish American colonies failed, he is regarded as a forerunner of Simón Bolívar, who during the Spanish American wars of independence successfully liberated much of South America. He was known as "The First Universal Venezuelan" and "The Great Universal American". In the National Archive of Venezuela can be found the statute of the blood purity of the father of Francisco de Miranda'
When I think about my case of NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG illegal surveillance and HITTING FOR PORN as regards our LATINO 99% of citizens---knowing LATINO citizens on my block are being HIT----MADE PORN as well as HITTING and making others PORN including their own LATINO citizens-----I think what is making this US VS THEM?
Again, it goes to the identification of people with global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS and NOT identifying as ALL-AMERICAN------or ALL-LATIN AMERICAN.
So, are citizens thinking themselves HISPANIC HITTING people identifying as LATINO? When I see a CHURCH VAN on Sunday picking up LATINO tenets of buildings near me I KNOW have NOSY NEIGHBORS -------I will write those LATINO CHURCH leaders to work to end these HITTING----BEING HIT victims of this black market SEX TRADE/PORN.
'Hispanic vs. Latino
Diffen › Social Sciences › Anthropology
Even though both terms are used interchangeably, there is a difference between Hispanic and Latino. Hispanic is a term that originally denoted a relationship to ancient Hispania (Iberian Peninsula).
Now it relates to the contemporary nation of Spain, its history, and culture; a native of Spain residing in the United States is a Hispanic. Latino refers more exclusively to persons or communities of Latin American origin. While there is a significant overlap between the groups, Brazilians are a good example of Latinos who are not Hispanic. Both terms were meant to refer to ethnicity, not race; however, in the U.S., they are often used haphazardly to refer to race as well. As such, personal adoption of the terms is rather low'.
The Christian Bible which includes JEWISH OLD TESTAMENT clearly says---------PROTECT ALL PEOPLE whether they are with YOUR RELIGIOUS GROUP or another.
So, this is all the things I have to consider when wanting to help the LATINO WOMAN being HIT on my block and illegally surveilled by over half a dozen neighbors------she is essentially being GANG-RAPED.
As always we can love our global banking 1% freemason STARS without buying into the FADS they sell. I don't relate to CALVINISM/PURITAN ideals nor am I tied to being ROYAL LOYALS like Emily.
38th Annual LatinoFest
Baltimore’s Premiere Celebration of Hispanic Culture, Music and Art: Join EBLO at our 38th annual festival. This music filled weekend features live Latin music including salsa, merengue, bachata, cumbia, reggaeton, duranguense, mariachi, dancers in colorful costumes from their native lands, bomba and plena performances, salsa dancing and the hottest Latino DJs, Arts and Crafts displays, Latino cuisine from the Americas and the Caribbean, community support information booths and family fun activities such as rock climbing walls, clowns, face-painting, two stages, and much more.
The 38th LatinoFest the best place on the east coast to celebrate the tremendous sounds sights and tastes of Latino culture. LatinoFest is known as the Premier Latino Festival of Baltimore. Every year since 1980 LatinoFest has the delighted crowds who come to dance, eat great food and express the diversity of all the countries that have contributed to the fabric of Baltimore's Hispanic community. This year June 23 and 24 Patterson Park is THE place to be! The music is the soul of LatinoFest and the heart is the beautiful faces of all of those who come to enjoy and relax at this family friendly event. LatinoFest is produced by a like minded group of community organizers for the people we have been serving since 1980, we changed our name yet our acronym is the same, since 1980 we are still and will forever be EBLO.
Co-Founder of EBLO and LatinoFest
Emily Dickinson and the Church'
“‘Faith’ is a fine invention
For Gentlemen who see!
But Microscopes are prudent
In an Emergency!”
Emily Dickinson lived in an age defined by the struggle to reconcile traditional lived in an age defined by the struggle to reconcile traditional Christian beliefs with newly emerging scientific concepts, the most influential being Darwinism. Dickinson’s struggles with faith and doubt reflect her society’s diverse perceptions of God, nature, and humankind.
A Bible with Emily Dickinson's name on it, a gift from Dickinson's father
Emily Dickinson’s bible, a gift from her father Edward in 1844
Brought up in a Calvinist household, the young Emily Dickinson attended religious services with her family at the village meetinghouse, Amherst’s First Congregational Church (the building now houses Amherst College administrative offices). Congregationalism was the predominant denomination of early New England. Amherst College itself was founded in 1821 by Congregationalists to educate more young men for Christian ministry. During Dickinson’s lifetime, the religious landscape diversified to include Methodists, Baptists, Unitarians, and, eventually, Catholics.
Like most Amherst families, the Dickinsons held daily religious observances in their home. Dickinson received her own Bible from her father at age 13. Her familiarity with the Bible and her facile references to it in letters and poems have long impressed scholars.
Ministers from the church were regular guests at the Dickinsons’ house, and several became close friends. Dickinson commented on sermons in her letters (“We had such a splendid sermon from that Prof Park-I never heard anything like it . . . “(L142)), and the influence of church music on her poems is apparent in her use of the common meter on which many hymns are based.
An old photograph of the Dickinson's church, The First Congregational church of Amherst
First Congregational church in Amherst
In Dickinson’s teen years, a wave of religious revivals moved through New England. One by one, her friends and family members made the public profession of belief in Christ that was necessary to become a full member of the church. Although she agonized over her relationship to God, Dickinson ultimately did not join the church–not out of defiance but in order to remain true to herself: “I feel that the world holds a predominant place in my affections. I do not feel that I could give up all for Christ, were I called to die” (L13). By the time the First Congregational Church moved to a site near the Homestead on Main Street in 1868, Emily Dickinson had stopped attending services altogether.
Dickinson’s attitude toward spiritual matters was more complex than her poem “Some keep the Sabbath going to church / I keep it staying at home” (Fr236) implies. While her poems are saturated with the language, ritual, and expectation of traditional religious experience, her tone varies tremendously. Some poems affirm the need for faith: “Faith – is the Pierless Bridge / Supporting what We see / Unto the Scene that We do not – ” (Fr978). Irreverence underlies other aspects of her work: “The Bible is an antique Volume –
/ Written by faded Men / At the suggestion of Holy Spectres -” (Fr1577). At times Dickinson’s poetry expresses outright anger with an absent God:
Of Course – I prayed –
And did God care?
He cared as much as on the Air
A Bird – had stamped her foot –
And cried “Give Me” –
Despite her non-participation in public religious life, Dickinson’s poems reveal a keen interest in issues of faith and doubt, suffering and salvation, mortality and immortality. Deaths of friends and family members, the Civil War, and close observation of nature’s cycles prompted poetic musings on religious themes throughout her life.
Although Dickinson’s immediate family accepted the poet’s decision to keep the Sabbath “staying at home,” her father once asked Rev. Jonathan Jenkins, minister of First Church from 1867-77, to meet with his daughter and assess her spiritual health. Rev. Jenkins’s diagnosis? “Sound” (Habegger, p. 542).