on July 31st, 2009
Do you ever wonder..... to
what extent some will go to discredit the main "internet face" of The
M+G+R Foundation , i.e. the mgr.org
Wonder no more.....
been informed that:
on-line casino - Superior Casino
- with a listed home in Great Britain...
Uses a credit card paying front, (2) which is listed in
Which shows on the credit card bill as
charged to WWW.M-G-R.ORG...
An organization that claims as its business mail sales of pet leashes
With its Domain
being hosted by a hosting company in Dallas, Texas
If it is just a coincidence it must be
one of those "one in a million"
events - even without considering the fact that The M+G+R Foundation
was born in Houston, Texas - just a stone's throw away from
Dallas, Texas, and
that the ".ORG" indicator is not to be used in
for-profit commercial purposes.
We will see how God wishes to handle this
obvious smear to the mgr.org
on July 24th, 2009
Do you ever wonder..... what
the key meaning, hidden-in-plain-view, in the following statements made
The sabbath was made for man, and not man
for the sabbath. [Mark
a statement which is preceded by:
Have you never read what David did when he
had need, and was hungry himself, and they that were with him?
How he went into the house of God, under Abiathar the high priest, and
did eat the loaves of proposition, which was not lawful to eat but for
the priests, and gave to them who were with him? [Mark
Said crystal clear statements instruct the Faithful that a Religious
Institution is set up to serve man by helping (nor forcing him!) in his
journey to God and that, in very special circumstances, man-made rules
established by said Religious Institutions can be circumvented - so long as they do not violate
Divine Law.... . In addition, He remnds us that man was not created to serve
Religious Institutions. Man was Created to serve God above all, and no
man - regardless of claims made - may ever take the place of God. That
egocentric attitude is precisely what precipitated the fall of Lucifer.
It does not matter what the Vatican or the Ecumenical
Patriarchate in Constantinople (1)
or, for that, matter, the Southern
Baptist Conference or any other Religious Institution may claim. The clear and concise Word of God still
rules above all.
Just as many angels fell because they believed Lucifer's theosophy,
many humans will fall for having placed men or institutions above God,
His Word and His Law. Surprised? One should not be for He also said:
How narrow is the gate, and strait is the
way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it! [Matthew 7:14]
(1) The Vatican and the
Ecumenical Patriarchate - " Two peas in a pod"
on July 21st, 2009
Do you wonder..... what
messages, beyond the reporting of the event, are within the depths of
the story about the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple?
In Luke 2 we read:
22 And after the days of her purification, according
to the law of Moses, were accomplished, they carried him to Jerusalem,
to present him to the Lord... 25 And behold there was a man in
Jerusalem named Simeon, and this man was just and devout, waiting for
the consolation of Israel; and the Holy Ghost was in him.
26 And he had
received an answer from the Holy Ghost, that he should not see death,
before he had seen the Christ of the Lord. 27 And he came by the Spirit
into the temple.... 28 He also took him into his arms, and blessed God,
and said: 29 Now thou dost dismiss thy servant, O Lord, according to
thy word in peace; 30 Because my eyes have seen thy salvation,
36 And there was one
Anna, a prophetess, the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of Aser... 37
And she was a widow until fourscore and four years; who departed not
from the temple, by fastings and prayers serving night and day. 38 Now
she, at the same hour, coming in, confessed to the Lord; and spoke of
him to all that looked for the redemption of Israel.
Here are the main four which jump right out....
priest in the temple recognized the Messiah.
Only a man and a woman - equally in this case - illuminated by the Holy
Spirit of God recognized the Messiah
Obviously the Holy Spirit of God was working amongst pious and holy
individuals before the Pentecost.
Even though a woman - serving at the Temple - was so exalted as to
recognize the Messiah and to prophesy, she was not a priestess since
the priesthood is strictly a man's function, just like motherhood is a
gift reserved only for the Crown of Creation - the female of the humans
created in the Image of God. (1)
(1) The Story of
on July 17th, 2009 [Feast of Mary's Humility]
Do you wonder..... if the
Mother of Jesus Christ (1)
- acknowledged by all Christians to be God (2) - has repeatedly requested that we pray the Rosary on a
regular basis, most Christians seldom do? Even among those who
invoke Mary's Holy Name and recite, from memory, Her many
Apparitions "at the drop of a hat" ?
Frankly, we do not... unless, of course, it is a measure of the level
of control satan has on the particular individual.
A well prayed Rosary (3)
takes only thirty minutes and, we must ask again,.... With as
many thirty minute blocks of time that Christian shamelessly waste in
absolutely trivial and worthless endeavors (4), why couldn't they
dedicate thirty minutes a day to what most likely will be the best
spent time of their lives?
Secret Concept of
Most Holy Trinity - One Substance, Three Distinct Persons
to pray a Rosary
(4) The man who became m de P
knew that well - He "wrote the book" about shamelessly wasting time in
absolutely trivial and worthless endeavors, but at least he did not
claim to be a real Christian nor a bleeding heart Marian devotee.
on July 12th, 2009
Do you wonder.... where from
Jose María Escrivá drew the "Opus Dei" name?
It seems that the first one to use it in such context was St. Benedict.
In an interview (1) with
the Archabbot of Monte Cassino, Benedictine Father Pietro Vittorelli.
Because the Benedictines treat the Lord as
Lord. There is a place of honor given to the "opus Dei," as St.
Benedict called it in his rule, the work of God, the first work of God
is prayer. Benedictine monks have always given much attention to this
primary aspect of their lives, which feeds everything else....
....as St. Benedict says in the rule, that unceasing prayer of the
heart that is so dear especially in the Eastern tradition and which St.
Benedict proposed to his monks in the sixth century.