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January 3rd, 2011

Video : Are You a Good Person?

Watch this video clip ‘Are you a good person?’. It is the Good Person test.

Almost everyone thinks He is a good person… But the question you should be asking is, “Am I good enough to go to heaven?” How would you know?

The way to find out is to ask yourself if you have obeyed the Ten Commandments. Most people say, “Well, I’ve broken one or two, but nothing too serious, like murder, etc.”

So let’s go through them and see how you do…

1. “You shall have no other gods before me.”
Have you always put God first in your life? Jesus said to love God with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength– so much, that your love for your parents, brothers and sisters, friends, and even your own life is like hatred compared to your love and devotion for God. Have you ever failed to put Him first in your life?

2. “You shall not make for yourself any idol.”
Who is God to you? Is he only a god of love and mercy who would never judge anyone and never cast anyone into Hell? If that’s your god, then you’re right. Your god couldn’t cast anyone into Hell because he doesn’t exist. He’s a figment of your imagination. You’ve created a god in your own mind that you’re more comfortable with. You may call it your “personal belief,” but God calls it idolatry. It’s the oldest sin in the Book, and the Bible warns that idolaters will not inherit the kingdom of heaven.

3. “You shall not take the name of God in vain.”
Have you ever used God’s name as a curse word? If you have, you’ve taken the holy name of God– who gave you your life, your family, and everything precious to you– and used it as a filthy, four-letter word. Hitler’s name wasn’t even despised enough to be used as a curse word! If you have used God’s holy name in that manner, you are a blasphemer and the Bible says “God will not hold him guiltless who takes the name of the Lord in vain.”

4. “Remember the Sabbath Day, to keep it holy.”
God commands that we set aside one day in seven. Have you ever been guilty of breaking this Commandment?

5. “Honor your father and your mother.”
Have you always honored your parents in a way that’s pleasing in the sight of God? Ask Him to remind you of the sins of your youth. You may have forgotten them, but God hasn’t.

6. “You shall not murder.”
Jesus warned “Whoever is angry with his brother without cause, is in danger of judgment,” (Matthew 5:22) and the Bible says, “He who hates his brother is a murderer,” (1 John 3:15). God sees hatred in the heart to be as wicked as murder. We can violate His Law by attitude and intent.

7. “You shall not commit adultery.”
Jesus warned,”You have heard…’You shall not commit adultery.’ But I say to you that whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” Have you ever looked at another person with lust? The Bible says that adulterers and fornicators (those who have had sex before marriage) will not enter the kingdom of heaven.

8. “You shall not steal.”
Have you ever stolen anything (even if it was something small)? The value of the thing stolen doesn’t matter; petty theft is still theft. Have you ever taken anything that belonged to someone else (from the office, school, parents, etc.)? If you have, that makes you a thief.

9. “You shall not lie.”
Have you ever told a lie? Then you are a liar. How many murders do you have to commit to be a murderer? Just one. If you have told even one lie, that makes you a liar. The Bible warns that all liars will have their part in the Lake of Fire (Revelation 21:8). You may not think deceitfulness is a serious sin, but God does.

10. “You shall not covet.”
This means we should never desire anything that belongs to another person. Not their house, nor their car, nor their money, nor their wife, nor their lifestyle, nor anything that belongs to our neighbor.

December 24th, 2010

Video : Christmas Story Told Through Facebook

Play the above video clip – Its the Christmas Story told through Facebook.

A social network Christmas

This is a fantastic video. It tells the amazing story in a different and new way, but it touches my heart the same.

Joseph updates his FB status as ‘I am pledged to marry someone very special.’ to which Mary responds.

Joseph and Mary are pledged to be married. This is LIKED by Elizabeth and Zechariah.

Mary writes on her wall ‘I’m pregnant! Conceived by Holy Spirit’

An Angel has appeard to me!

Josephs friend to Joseph ‘hey Joseph, is that true?’

Joseph replies ‘I’m not sure what is going on! I’m confused!’

Mary is travelling to Hill Country of Judea.

Elizabeth says in FB ‘Mary just arrived at our house’

Joseph meanwhile updates His status again ‘Just had a vivid dream. Mary is indeed with Child’

The facebook Christmas story goes on like this to the very end where shepherds come to visit baby Jesus.

Watch the video clip! Its so touching with the great background music.

December 9th, 2010

One Last Christmas by Matthew West

Watch the above music video One Last Christmas by Matthew West. Its so touching!

Dax Ryan Locke’s story

Dax Ryan Locke was born to Austin and Julie Locke on June 26th, 2007. At the age of 13 months Dax was diagnosed with AML M7 Leukemia. He was life-flighted to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital where he underwent two bone marrow transplants. Both of his parents were able to give their bone marrow to him. Since his disease was so rare Dax’s treatments were not certain.

Dax lost his battle with cancer at the age of 2. The doctors told us they didn’t think he would live till Christmas. Dax passed away on December 30th 2009. During his short life Dax touched many hearts. The town of Washington, Illinois put up their Christmas light early for Dax and many other people around the world joined in.

Dax’s parents were so touched by their experience with St. Jude they decided to raise $1.6 million dollars for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. That is how much it cost to run the hospital for 1 day! St. Jude doesn’t turn anyone away. Not one patient will ever see a bill. They take care of the patients 100% and help the families as well.

In honor of Dax we have started his own foundation to help raise money for St. Jude and the the families of St. Jude. It’s named, “Cherish Every Moment-The Dax Locke Foundation”. We are proud to begin our journey in supporting this cause. So far Dax has raised almost a quarter of million dollars! Help us help the other children and their families of St. Jude.

Want to help? Donate at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

From singer Matthew West

Hi Friends! I need you to help in a tremendous way this Christmas. It is on my heart to join forces with the Locke family, and help them in their cause. This is the video my new Christmas song – “One Last Christmas.” This song is inspired by the true story of the Locke family and their son Dax who was diagnosed with a rare form of Leukemia at just 13 months old.

The doctors then told his parents that Dax would most likely not make it to see Christmas. Dax did lose his battle with Leukemia, but not before he got to see one last Christmas. Today, this little boy’s legacy lives on. I would like to encourage you to join us in raising money that will go to an amazing cause in St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital that cares for so many children each year.

To donate now to St. Jude’s in memory of Dax please visit the link below. Together, we can reach this goal — and fund St. Jude’s for an entire day in Dax Locke’s memory!

– – – by Matthew West

Want to help? Donate at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

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