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|Author:||Judy K [ Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:21 pm ]|
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I read a blog called Rural Revolution by Patrice Lewis. She is Christian and her family is creating an almost self-sustaining farm. On Sundays she usually has a post on World Net Daily. Below is a quote from her blog (and also part of her WND post) that I found rather interesting. Never heard of the fellow in the piece but he came to Christianity in an intriguing way ...
At the age of 64, after studying world religions, Sir Lionel Luckhoo became a Christian. Addressing audiences worldwide, including presidents, kings, parliaments, cabinets, bar associations, and the United Nations, Sir Lionel Luckhoo stated: "The bones of Muhammad are in Medina, the bones of Confucius are in Shantung, the cremated bones of Buddha are in Nepal. Thousands pay pilgrimages to worship at their tombs which contain their bones. But in Jerusalem there is a cave cut into the rock. This is the tomb of Jesus. It is empty! Yes, empty! Because he is risen! He died, physically and historically. He arose from the dead, and now sits at the right hand of God."
|Author:||jrc [ Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:49 am ]|
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