Ometeotl Mikoyan @Ometeotl
Faith Chapel 2
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This is an outreach of Faith Chapel of Digiworldz. Here, residents of Kitely can learn about and link to Faith Chapel, and gather information.more info
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We invite you to join us in a celebration of worship, christian fellowship, study and service. When you become a part of our exciting journey of faith, you will be encouraged, challenged and rewarded with renewed faith and power. Our culture at Faith Chapel is one of positivity, acceptance, and a ge...more info
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Faith Chapel - We believe in growing, learning, and helping others find peace and purpose in these chaotic times. Live Services conducted in our church Sundays at 12 noon SLT, and hangout any time. 24/7 Christian music. ALL ARE WELCOME!more info
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Hope Conference Center This is a place for information, discussion, and friendly debate on subjects relevant to Christians. This is a friendly place for all people of faith to hang out and discuss matters relevant to them. Or to just hang out :) 24/7 Christian Rock Music!more info
Herods' Temple aka The 2nd temple, has huge significance in several major religions, besides being a fascinating story in it's own right. Come poke into all the corners and learn all about life in the 1st century. The Temple Mount holds several secrets to be found, many even I have just learned during this build! Come visit today! hop://login.digiworldz.com:8002/Faith/129/16/1509
The clearest place where we see the beauty of Christ is in his word, the Bible. That is why the Holy Spirit inspired the word, so that we could read the word and know Christ. The Spirit gives us eyes to see the beauties of Jesus that call joy up out of our hearts. Please join us at 6PM grid time at Faith Chapel.
The last few months we've covered justification, sanctification, adoption, atonement, propitiation, regeneration, and salvation - this week I have a treat! Glorification of the Saints (that's you!) for eternity. A lot of people will groan and say "Oh, eternity will be so boring" but they're wrong! Come hear this thrilling, informative sermon on our eternal destiny at 10am grid time!
Jesus said ‘I tell you the truth, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless he is born of water and the Spirit. Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit gives birth to spirit. You should not be surprised at my saying, “You must be born again”’” (John 3:3-7). There are many interpretations of what this means among Christians. Let's look at what God tells us through scripture.
This year has been marked by tribulations all over the world. How are we, as Christians, to respond to these challenges? Lets look at what God tells us, in His Word. Expect a lively respectful discussion afterward.
Today we cover the doctrine of Adoption. God is committed to us. He has given us his name. He has made us his heirs, and solemnly pledged that as our heavenly Father, he will provide for us with the lavishness that befits his means as possessor of all the riches of glory (Philippians 4:19).
He has said, in effect, “From now on, you have nothing to worry about (Matthew 6:26). I will care for you (1 Peter 5:7), and if you do ever find yourself overtaken by anxiety, come and talk about it to me at once (Philippians 4:6–7). Always remember that I am your home, and that I will never disown you; and should you ever go astray, I will always take you back (Luke 15:20). My love will never let you go.”
Everywhere we see in the news and around us, natural disasters with increasing frequency, terrible hurricanes, massive fires consuming huge tracts of forest on every continent, social unrest, riots, senseless murders, even our own eventual and inevitable mortality - makes us wonder where is Gods' hand in all this, and is there a purpose? Tonight we find answers to this and more in Gods' Word.
Gods' Word is our anchor, our solace, it is our compass, and our defense. But do we listen? How do you hear the Word - with a hunger, with a desire to share with others? Matthew 7 says "The one who hears My Word and obeys it is like a man who builds his house upon the rock." Lets visit the Word this morning and establish our foundation on that Rock!
Even Jesus was tempted as shown in Mark 1:13 & Luke 4:1-13. Gods' Law is written on each of our hearts (Hebrews 4:15). So, and when a sinful temptation is introduced, our consciences immediately sense danger. But, the temptation itself is NOT the sin! Sin comes in when we yield to, or mishandle, that temptation. Tonight we will forge our weapons to deal with temptation properly. Bring fire :)
"As the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of Man be." (Matthew 24:37) Compare the days of Noah with our modern times today and you'll notice the striking parallels. The parallels are astounding, and there is no doubt that God's judgment is not far off. Todays' message is about how Jesus was foreshadowed in the Flood narrative, and how the conditons today fit the prophecies. So let us pray that God will draw our hearts unto the things of the Spirit and free us from the bondage of corruption that holds the world in its grip. Todays service will be held at the Ark Exhibit! hop://login.digiworldz.com:8002/Faith/179/190/2010
I hear all the time "Oh, that's not a REAL church", or "that's really just a game". Today I want to show how God planned this church before He laid the foundations of Creation. Even now, God is working in Faith Chapel, through it's members' faith and prayers. Join us this morning as we acknowlege Gods' work in this unique platform we call Opensim. Everyone is welcome!
Many Christians struggle with “nagging sins” — those entrenched, persistent, difficult-to-dislodge sins that continually entangle us in our efforts to follow Christ. Sometimes we struggle for decades, with bouts of backsliding and despair recurring. Tonight lets discuss what it takes to break those cycles and free ourselves and others.
Winston Churchill once stated, “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing had happened.”
Jesus said to Thomas “I am the way, the truth, and the life” (John 14:6). He said “If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed and you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:31-32) The word "truth" is mentioned over 200 times in the New Testament. Come today and embrace the power and beauty of Truth as embodied in the Word.
In the past few weeks we've discussed how to walk in the Spirit, how to work in the Spirit, and our rewards in our eternal home. This week we 'gird our loins' with practical tools of discernment, define our true state and station while in this present world, and learn how to deal with sin until we receive our glorified bodies and minds. It sounds like work, but think of it like driving a car. Before you've ever driven, you have to learn a few basic techniques. Once you've driven a while, it becomes second nature, you don't have to even think about it, it just "happens". But if you take your eyes of the road for a moment - instant calamity! Don't be discouraged! God uses our wrecks to make us even stronger, and smarter :) The trick is getting back behind the wheel!
The parable of the lost sheep in Luke 19:10 is a parable Jesus shared with his disciples to show us the heart of God and the mission of Christ - to seek and to save the lost. This story challenges us to look at our own hearts, to see God's heart, and to move with compassion to reach the lost with the hope of Christ. Sometimes, we become lost, as well. This is the story of being found :)
"Home is where your heart is" - we've always heard that, and if you are a Child of God, Heaven is your home! I can't begin to tell you how wonderful it is, but we can glean some things from Scripture. Heaven isn't a boring place, far from it! Join us for a biblical glimpse of our eternal home :)
Join us tonight at 8pm grid time for a delightful sermon on how grand our new home with Jesus will be!
The gifts of the Spirit enable and define our walk in this world. "But now faith, hope, love, abide these three; but the greatest of these is love” it tells us in 1 Corinthians chapter 13, "Pauls Hymn of Love" - some say the deepest, and the purest, and the strongest aspect of spiritual life about which the apostle Paul ever wrote. This morning let's explore what that means for us and how we can apply that in every aspect of our lives.
“The purposes of a person’s heart are deep waters, but one who has insight draws them out” (Proverbs 20:5).
All people are made in the image of God. Each of us are born with a purpose and calling that we can discover or completely miss. The influence of the Holy Spirit in the lives of believers gives us insight to His purposes for us. We find peace and courage when we sense the confirmation of the Spirit that we are in the right place at the right time of our designated calling.
All people are made in the image of God. Each of us are born with a purpose and calling that we can discover or completely miss. The influence of the Holy Spirit in the lives of believers gives us insight to His purposes for us. We find peace and courage when we sense the confirmation of the Spirit that we are in the right place at the right time of our designated calling. hop://login.digiworldz.com:8002/Faith/56/139/24
Mark 13: 33 Be on guard, keep awake. For you do not know when the time will come. 34 It is like a man going on a journey, when he leaves home and puts his servants in charge, each with his work, and commands the doorkeeper to stay awake. 35 Therefore stay awake—for you do not know when the master of the house will come, in the evening, or at midnight, or when the rooster crows, or in the morning— 36 lest he come suddenly and find you asleep. 37 And what I say to you I say to all: Stay awake.”
Billy Sunday once summed it up “Listen, I'm against sin. I'll kick it as long as I've got a foot, I'll fight it as long as I've got a fist, I'll butt it as long as I've got a head, and I'll bite it as long as I've got a tooth. And when I'm old, fistless, footless, and toothless, I'll gum it till I go home to glory and it goes home to perdition.” Sin is by nature a stalker. Just when you think you've dispatched it, it sneaks back up and whacks you in the back of the head. Join us this morning as we review how to defeat sin using the Word and the Spirit.
Normal Christian spirituality means living for God and walking with him in the midst of a hurting, broken, messy world. Jesus said normal Christian spirituality means letting your light shine into the midst of darkness. Jesus said: Go back into the darkness and form a community of my people who will reach out and shine my light into the darkness as they love one another."
A “walk” in the Bible is often a metaphor for practical daily living. The Christian life is a journey, and we are to walk it—we are to make consistent forward progress. The biblical norm for all believers is that they walk in the Spirit: “If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit” (Galatians 5:25, KJV; cf. Romans 8:14). In other words, the Spirit gave us life in the new birth (John 3:6), and we must continue to live, day by day, in the Spirit.
There is a new movie upstairs in the Resource Centre, "The Life of Jesus" in High Definition, and great sound. I also updated the three movies in the Conference Center, left to right they are: The Book of Revelation, Final The Rapture, and The Two Witnesses Movie. hop://login.digiworldz.com:8002/Faith/56/139/24
This extends this mornings' sermon - follow the guidance of the Spirit and become the very image of Jesus to those around you. Serving others fosters community, unity, imitates Jesus, helps us grow, and it's just downright fun!