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July 2nd, 2008

Jesus Christ Wallpaper Backgrounds

Jesus Christ wallpaper backgrounds are given above. This set has some more desktop background pictures of Jesus Christ. These images are of very large dimensions, so they are ideal to be set as wallpapers. More and more wallpaper backgrounds of Jesus will be uploaded shortly. Click on the thumbnails for the original image.

Setting any wallpaper on our PC is a simple choice. Many adorn their desktops with wallpapers of superstars from the film industry. Many others use just natures beautiful scenes as wallpaper backgrounds. But we strongly suggest you to use Jesus Christ wallpaper backgrounds for your PC or computer, so that you can always see your savior in the background whenever you are on your computer and believe me, this itself, will cause a lot of bad thoughts to go away from your highly imaginative mind.

Get above images as Mobile Wallpapers of Jesus

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July 2nd, 2008

Passion of Christ Music Video

What do you get when you combine, Nicole Nordeman voice and Mel Gibson’s ‘The Passion of The Christ’? A master piece for the Master. A music video perfect for Easter Reflection….CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO…

It shows the main scenes from the movie Passion of Christ , with a nice song from Nicole Nordeman. Hey guys, can you ever think of commiting a sin, if you see His sufferings for us???

Watch Passion of Christ music video WHY by Nicole Nordeman

About the movie Passion of Christ:

The Passion of the Christ is a 2004 film co-written, co-produced and directed by Mel Gibson. It is based primarily on biblical accounts of the arrest, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, events commonly known as “The Passion”. The film’s dialogue is in Aramaic, Latin, and Hebrew, with subtitles. It was filmed in Italy, exactly in Matera and Craco (Basilicata) and Cinecittà Studios, Rome.

Movie Plot:-

Jesus is tempted in the garden by a personified Satan, who appears as an androgynous albino. Mary, mother of Jesus, awakes from a dream with feelings of foreboding and quotes from the Passover Seder, Why is this night different than other nights, and Mary Magdalene replies with a traditional response: Because once we were slaves and we are slaves no longer. When questioned by Caiaphas, Jesus pronounces the ineffable Name of God in his response, which justifies Caiaphas’ subsequent charge of blasphemy before witnesses. Herod Antipas is depicted as an effeminate pederast. The people in the crowd that demand the freedom of Barabbas rather than Jesus have been paid to do so by Caiaphas. What follows is HIS sufferings on the road to Kalveri, soldiers lashing him all the way, blood splashing everywhere. On reaching the mountain, Jesus is nailed and crucified, seeing which will make any man on Earth cry bitterly.

The movie ends with Jesus’ resurrection and exit from the tomb, the holes in his hands from the nails visible as he walks. Please watch the above music video on Passion of Christ. To see pictures from the movie, goto Passion of Christ pictures.

July 2nd, 2008

St. Peter’s Basilica Pics 01

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The Basilica of Saint Peter, commonly known as St. Peter’s Basilica, is located within the Vatican City in Rome. It occupies a “unique position” as one of the holiest sites and as “the greatest of all churches of Christianity. In Catholic tradition, it is the burial site of its namesake Saint Peter, who was one of the twelve apostles of Jesus and, according to tradition, was the first Bishop of Antioch, and later first Bishop of Rome and therefore first in the line of the papal succession. While St. Peter’s is the most famous of Rome’s many churches, it is not the first in rank, an honour held by the Pope’s cathedral church, the Basilica of St. John Lateran.

Catholic tradition holds that Saint Peter’s tomb is below the altar of the basilica. For this reason, many Popes, starting with the first ones, have been buried there. There has been a church on this site since the 4th century. Construction on the present basilica, over the old Constantinian basilica, began on April 18, 1506 and was completed in 1626.

St. Peter’s is famous as a place of pilgrimage, for its liturgical functions and for its historical associations. It is associated with the papacy, with the Counter-reformation and with numerous artists, most significantly Michelangelo. As a work of architecture, it is regarded as the greatest building of its age. Contrary to popular misconception, Saint Peter’s is not a cathedral, as it is not the seat of a bishop. It is properly termed a basilica. Like all the earliest churches in Rome, it has the entrance to the east and the apse at the west end of the building.

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