Ometeotl Mikoyan @Ometeotl

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Joined 2 years ago

About Myself

My deepest desire all my life was to be a simple man that loved deeply and appreciated all my blessings. In that regard I view my life as an overwhelming success. I've held many occupations, but my living has always been my preaching. I'm blessed with a large family, a wonderful wife in Lyr Lobo, and a great dog, Poe. Lets' talk about Jesus sometime! Always ready to pray with you!

My Interests

My family, friends, neighbors, and my church family. I enjoy most anything to do with the Bible, and love to 'get lost' building in virtual worlds while listening to some good Christian music :)

Favorite Quote

"The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’There is no commandment greater than these." - Mark 12:29-31

Music I Like

DC Talk, MercyMe, Crowder, King & Country, Jordan Feliz, Josh Garrels, Third Day, Toby Mac, Aplogetix,

Books I Like

The Bible

My Heroes

Jesus

My Regions

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Our Very Lives Are At Stake!
Where: Faith
When: in 2 days [28 Feb 2021 16:00 SLT]

Someone is trying to get inside my head. You think I’m crazy? Well, let me tell you this: someone is trying to get into your head, too. We are all in an epic struggle, and most aren't aware that at the end of their days the sum total of their lives will be what held their attention. Come this evening to hear how to not only survive but to thrive and be victorious.

Our Very Lives Are At Stake!
Where: Anointed
When: yesterday [25 Feb 2021 17:00 SLT]

Someone is trying to get inside my head. You think I’m crazy? Well, let me tell you this: someone is trying to get into your head, too. We are all in an epic struggle, and most aren't aware that at the end of their days the sum total of their lives will be what held their attention. Come this evening to hear how to not only survive but to thrive and be victorious.

What Is Our Mission As A Church?
Where: Anointed
When: in 1 days [28 Feb 2021 08:00 SLT]

Our role as a church is critical because it fills a void only the church can. If a car needs fixing, it is brought to the mechanic shop. If someone is sick, the hospital is the best place to seek medical attention. Church is where people should go if they are in need of a “spiritual fix.” The church is really a hospital for sinners and not an exclusive club for saints. So why would someone want to attend church? Regardless of what is said about churches, people expect that their life problems can be addressed in some fashion or form. With all the weight and pressures of their world weighing down on their minds, people expect the church to provide Bible-based answers that no other institution can provide.

What Is Our Mission As A Church?
Where: Faith
When: in 1 days [28 Feb 2021 10:00 SLT]

Our role as a church is critical because it fills a void only the church can. If a car needs fixing, it is brought to the mechanic shop. If someone is sick, the hospital is the best place to seek medical attention. Church is where people should go if they are in need of a “spiritual fix.” The church is really a hospital for sinners and not an exclusive club for saints. So why would someone want to attend church? Regardless of what is said about churches, people expect that their life problems can be addressed in some fashion or form. With all the weight and pressures of their world weighing down on their minds, people expect the church to provide Bible-based answers that no other institution can provide.

Fake Faith and a Family Invitation
Where: Faith
When: 5 days ago [21 Feb 2021 16:00 SLT]

The World likes to paint Christians as hypocrites, believing one thing and doing another. Sadly that's sometimes the case, but it shouldn't be. Let's look at the dynamics of Faith in action through Gods' Word, and see how to show grace and love as a response to the needs of others.

Fake Faith and a Family Invitation
Where: Anointed
When: 5 days ago [21 Feb 2021 17:00 SLT]

The World likes to paint Christians as hypocrites, believing one thing and doing another. Sadly that's sometimes the case, but it shouldn't be. Let's look at the dynamics of Faith in action through Gods' Word, and see how to show grace and love as a response to the needs of others.

Baptism - The Mark of a Faithful Servant
Where: Faith
When: 6 days ago [21 Feb 2021 10:00 SLT]

When we admire someone it always seems natural
To try and identify with their heart, mind and soul.
Like children, who enjoy imitating their superheroes
Speech, mannerisms, deeds, dress and goal.

Our Savior commanded we follow His example
In all things including baptism, faith, trust and love.
Jesus Himself chose to be baptized and saved
Even though He was the Son of our Father above.

By the means of baptism we forever proclaim
Our love of God, Christ, forgiveness and believers.
When we turn to Jesus and pray for our answers
We are blessed by His wisdom as achievers.

Tom Zart

Baptism - The Mark of a Faithful Servant
Where: Anointed
When: 6 days ago [21 Feb 2021 08:00 SLT]

When we admire someone it always seems natural
To try and identify with their heart, mind and soul.
Like children, who enjoy imitating their superheroes
Speech, mannerisms, deeds, dress and goal.

Our Savior commanded we follow His example
In all things including baptism, faith, trust and love.
Jesus Himself chose to be baptized and saved
Even though He was the Son of our Father above.

By the means of baptism we forever proclaim
Our love of God, Christ, forgiveness and believers.
When we turn to Jesus and pray for our answers
We are blessed by His wisdom as achievers.

Tom Zart

How to Advance in Your Prayer Life
Where: Anointed
When: 12 days ago [14 Feb 2021 17:00 SLT]

“Not to pray because you do not feel fit to pray is like saying, “I will not take medicine because I am too ill.” Pray for prayer: pray yourself, by the Spirit’s assistance, into a praying frame.” – Charles Spurgeon. Tonight we will cover the need for prayer, the form of prayer, and the efficacy of prayer. Prayer does not need to be eloquent, but it must be heartfelt, and it must be often.

How to Advance in Your Prayer Life
Where: Faith
When: 12 days ago [14 Feb 2021 16:00 SLT]

“Not to pray because you do not feel fit to pray is like saying, “I will not take medicine because I am too ill.” Pray for prayer: pray yourself, by the Spirit’s assistance, into a praying frame.” – Charles Spurgeon. Tonight we will cover the need for prayer, the form of prayer, and the efficacy of prayer. Prayer does not need to be eloquent, but it must be heartfelt, and it must be often.

Can A Christian Lose Their Salvation?
Where: Faith
When: 13 days ago [14 Feb 2021 10:00 SLT]

This is a hotly debated subject, and strikes right at the core of Christianity. Let's look at both sides, and let the Word of God inform us of the truth.

Can A Christian Lose Their Salvation?
Where: Anointed
When: 13 days ago [14 Feb 2021 08:00 SLT]

This is a hotly debated subject, and strikes right at the core of Christianity. Let's look at both sides, and let the Word of God inform us of the truth.

The Answer - by Hal Lindsey
Frustration… rage… condemnation… confusion… fear.… To many, it feels like we’re in the middle of a massive and growing storm with a funnel cloud forming in the sky above our heads. Temper tantrums — with stomping feet, held breath, pointed fingers, and raised fists — are not the answer.
But there is an answer… and He has a name. Jesus.
Jesus was a Man of perfect humility. He’s the One who said, “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth” (Matthew 5:5 NKJV). But He was also perfectly honest about His identity as God the Son sent from heaven to save us. Just look at some of the remarkable things He said about Himself.
In Mark 14:61-62, the high priest asked Jesus point blank “Are You the Christ, the Son of the Blessed One?:” And Jesus answered just as clearly. “I am; and you shall see the Son of Man sitting at the right hand of Power, and coming with the clouds of heaven.”
If you have an electronic Bible, it’s interesting to search for the words “greater than” in the New Testament. You quickly learn that Jesus claimed to be “greater than” the temple (Matthew 12:6), “greater than” the prophet Jonah (Matthew 12:41), and “greater than” Solomon (Matthew 12:42).
Jesus told the person known to Bible readers as “the woman at the well” that He could give her “living water.”
In trying to figure out His identity, she used the phrase “greater than.” She asked Jesus if He was “greater than” the patriarch Jacob who was said to have dug the well. Jesus didn’t say “Yes,” or “No.” But His answer clearly tells us that He is as high above Jacob as Mount Everest is high above an ant hill.
He said, “Everyone who drinks of this water [meaning water from Jacob’s well] will thirst again, but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life” (John 4:13-14 NKJV).
To a world that’s desperately thirsty, and doesn’t even know what it thirsts for, this is Good News!
Later in the book of John, Jesus told some Jewish religious leaders, “‘Most assuredly, I say to you, if anyone keeps My word he shall never see death.’ Then the Jews said to Him, ‘Now we know that You have a demon! Abraham is dead, and the prophets; and You say, ‘If anyone keeps My word he shall never taste death.’ Are You greater than our father Abraham, who is dead? And the prophets are dead. Who do You make Yourself out to be?’” (John 8:51-53 NKJV)
The Jewish leaders were outraged that Jesus might be placing Himself above Abraham, the father of the nation. They seemed to think that by putting the question straight to Him, they might shake Him to His senses. They asked, “Are You greater than our father Abraham?” Their own answer would be, “No one’s ‘greater than’ Abraham.”
Jesus — a Man of meekness and humility — astounded them with His answer.
“If I honor Myself, My honor is nothing. It is My Father who honors Me, of whom you say that He is your God. Yet you have not known Him, but I know Him… and keep His word. Your father Abraham rejoiced to see My day, and he saw it and was glad.” (John 8:54-56 NKJV)
At this point their minds were reeling. Abraham had lived and died more than 1600 years earlier, and this Fellow spoke as if He knew the patriarch personally. They said to Jesus, “You are not yet fifty years old, and have You seen Abraham?”
Jesus then gave an answer that resonates across the millennia. “Most assuredly, I say to you, before Abraham was, I AM.” (John 8:58 NKJV)
Their outrage was so great that they picked up stones to throw at Jesus, but He slipped away. This was not the time, the place, or the method by which He was to die, and He knew it.
Why did His statement make them so angry? Because He was pronouncing Himself to be God. When Moses asked God His name, He replied, “I AM THAT I AM.” God told Moses to tell the children of Israel that “I AM” had sent him to them. (Exodus 3:14)
But Jesus was also revealing an astounding aspect of God’s character. Jesus didn’t say, “Before Abraham was, I was.” That would have meant Jesus was impossibly old. But what He actually said was far more amazing than that. He said, “Before Abraham was, I AM.” Present tense. Only God could make such a claim!
His majesty and greatness deserve our awe and heartfelt worship. But there is more to Him than that. He’s not just this distant Majesty out there in the great beyond. He’s here now. By His Spirit, He’s as close to you as the air you breathe. And He’s saying now what He said two thousand years ago, as recorded in Matthew 11:29-30.
“Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.”
If you’ve accepted this invitation from Him, this is a good time to relax in the security of His salvation, but also to respond to His great love with renewed determination to live in ways that please Him, and to share His love with others.
Hal Lindsay
Growing in Grace Classes
Where: Anointed
When: 17 days ago [10 Feb 2021 10:00 SLT]

These classes are designed to equip believers with the skills to be victorious and bold, and able to handle every challenge in a Christian manner. Classes will include classroom instruction and small daily entries, and proficiency in scripture. hop://login.digiworldz.com:8002/Faith/164/70/22

Growing in Grace Classes
Where: Faith
When: 17 days ago [10 Feb 2021 10:00 SLT]

These classes are designed to equip believers with the skills to be victorious and bold, and able to handle every challenge in a Christian manner. Classes will include classroom instruction and small daily entries, and proficiency in scripture.

Our World Is In Peril
Where: Faith
When: 19 days ago [7 Feb 2021 16:00 SLT]

Have you noticed that even those that deny God exists are using words like "Armageddon" or "End Times" now? How did our world get in such a mess? Join us tonight and see what Gods' Word tells us.

Our World Is In Peril
Where: Anointed
When: 19 days ago [7 Feb 2021 17:00 SLT]

Have you noticed that even those that deny God exists are using words like "Armageddon" or "End Times" now? How did our world get in such a mess? Join us tonight and see what Gods' Word tells us.

Gods Invisible Army
Where: Anointed
When: 20 days ago [7 Feb 2021 08:00 SLT]

Join us for an in-depth look into the world of angels and how they inform us of the hidden things of Heaven. This is a fascinating subject, and will give you a deeper understanding of our place in the spiritual realm.

Gods Invisible Army
Where: Faith
When: 20 days ago [7 Feb 2021 10:00 SLT]

Join us for an in-depth look into the world of angels and how they inform us of the hidden things of Heaven. This is a fascinating subject, and will give you a deeper understanding of our place in the spiritual realm.

Are You Set Apart?
Where: Faith
When: 26 days ago [31 Jan 2021 16:00 SLT]

The Bible is clear that Christians are supposed to live out their faith in word and deed. "Faith without works is dead," writes James in chapter 2, and Scripture is littered with God's call to his people to live different, holy lives – set apart for his glory.This means living in a way that reflects our faith in God, and his abounding love for each and every person. It means that we are marked for a purpose – to share his goodness with those around us and to join with the Holy Spirit in what God is doing to build his kingdom on earth.

Are You Set Apart?
Where: Anointed
When: 26 days ago [31 Jan 2021 17:00 SLT]

The Bible is clear that Christians are supposed to live out their faith in word and deed. "Faith without works is dead," writes James in chapter 2, and Scripture is littered with God's call to his people to live different, holy lives – set apart for his glory.This means living in a way that reflects our faith in God, and his abounding love for each and every person. It means that we are marked for a purpose – to share his goodness with those around us and to join with the Holy Spirit in what God is doing to build his kingdom on earth.

Angels - Messengers & Protectors
Where: Faith
When: 27 days ago [31 Jan 2021 10:00 SLT]

This sunday we delve into the heavenly realms to learn about the warriors and messengers of God - the angels :) Today we will cover the origin of angels, their history in scripture, and how and why they operate for our benefit at the behest of God. *grins* "Angelology 101". You don't want to miss this, it will open your eyes to the unseen world around us!

Angels - Messengers & Protectors
Where: Anointed
When: 27 days ago [31 Jan 2021 08:00 SLT]

This sunday we delve into the heavenly realms to learn about the warriors and messengers of God - the angels :) Today we will cover the origin of angels, their history in scripture, and how and why they operate for our benefit at the behest of God. *grins* "Angelology 101". You don't want to miss this, it will open your eyes to the unseen world around us!

Jack Hyles said " Do not ask for fears to be removed; ask for courage equal to the fears." God didn't give us a spirit of fear, but of power and love and self-control (2 Timothy 1:7). I believe every one of you have the potential to be great warriors for Jesus, and tonight I will explain why, and how you can make Satan tremble to think of you!

Jack Hyles said " Do not ask for fears to be removed; ask for courage equal to the fears." God didn't give us a spirit of fear, but of power and love and self-control (2 Timothy 1:7). I believe every one of you have the potential to be great warriors for Jesus, and tonight I will explain why, and how you can make Satan tremble to think of you!

Spiritual Warfare Basic Training Part 2
Where: Anointed
When: 1 month ago [24 Jan 2021 08:00 SLT]

As Christians, we are in a spiritual battle of some sort on a daily basis. In warfare, battles are fought on different fronts, for different reasons, and with varying degrees of intensity. The same is true in spiritual warfare. Our spiritual battles and warfare are real, even though we cannot physically see the attacker. But, we can educate ourselves on how the battles are fought and how they impact our lives on a daily basis. This will be part 2 in this series, and it expands on what we learned last Sunday!

Spiritual Warfare Basic Training Part 2
Where: Faith
When: 1 month ago [24 Jan 2021 10:00 SLT]

As Christians, we are in a spiritual battle of some sort on a daily basis. In warfare, battles are fought on different fronts, for different reasons, and with varying degrees of intensity. The same is true in spiritual warfare. Our spiritual battles and warfare are real, even though we cannot physically see the attacker. But, we can educate ourselves on how the battles are fought and how they impact our lives on a daily basis. This will be part 2 in this series, and it expands on what we learned last Sunday!

For those of you that haven't heard I pulled Faith in OSGrid out of the mothballs, renewed her as "Anointed" and scheduled sermons to be held at 8am and 5pm on Sundays. This will in NO WAY affect Faith Chapel in DigiworldZ and it's operations. There are roughly 150,000 active users on OSGrid and I can't just ignore the opportunity to evangelize all we can in these troubling times. Anyone that wants to help will be welcomed, gratefully :) I love you - you will always be my family :) Come visit and give me feedback or sit in on sermons! https://opensimworld.com/hop/85725
Loving Our Messy Families
Where: Anointed
When: 1 month ago [17 Jan 2021 17:00 SLT]

Being a part of God’s family reminds us that messy is ok. We don’t have to get our lives together before God accepts us. In the same way, we don’t have to fix our families for God to welcome us into his. The Church is messy, full of dysfunction. It’s also beautiful, full of more kindness and love than we could ask for. Voice is needed to hear the sermon.

Loving Our Messy Families
Where: Faith
When: 1 month ago [17 Jan 2021 16:00 SLT]

Being a part of God’s family reminds us that messy is ok. We don’t have to get our lives together before God accepts us. In the same way, we don’t have to fix our families for God to welcome us into his. The Church is messy, full of dysfunction. It’s also beautiful, full of more kindness and love than we could ask for.

Statement of Faith

Below is a summary of our basic beliefs:

GOD is the Creator, Redeemer, Preserver, and Ruler of the Universe. There is one God who reveals himself to us as the Father, Son (Jesus Christ), and Holy Spirit. This mystery is commonly called the Trinity: each “person” of the Trinity exists simultaneously and has distinct personal attributes, but there is no division of nature, essence, or being in God.
THE SCRIPTURES were written by those who were divinely inspired. The Bible is the written Word of God, revealing God’s will for humanity. It is the basis for our faith and practice as individual Christians, as churches, and as an association of churches. The life and teachings of Jesus Christ are the criteria by which we interpret the Scriptures.
MANKIND was created in the image of God. All people sin; therefore, mankind is “fallen” from the position that God designed for it. God’s grace (gift of salvation) in Jesus Christ allows mankind to come back into fellowship with God. Because mankind is created in God’s image, and because Christ died for all, then all people are to be given dignity and respect.
SALVATION is the gift of God, which we receive by faith in Jesus Christ who died for our sins. It involves fellowship with God and eternal life, beginning at the moment one entrusts himself to Jesus as Lord of his life and continuing on past this life, without end. God patiently seeks the salvation of all people, not desiring for any to perish. The “security of the believer” teaches that salvation, once received, cannot be lost; the believer is safe in the Father’s hand. However, a disobedient believer will be disciplined by the Heavenly Father.
HEAVEN AND HELL are eternal dwelling places. Heaven—the place where God’s people live with him forever—is a gift to the believer. Heaven is also a place where rewards are received. Salvation itself is a gift from God, and not a reward. Heaven’s rewards vary and are based on individual faithfulness in this life. Those who do not receive the Lord Jesus Christ as their personal Savior in this life will spend eternity apart from the loving presence of God in hell. Hell is a place of suffering where the devil and his followers dwell.
THE CHURCH is a term that is used in two ways in the Scriptures. In the broadest spiritual sense, the Church is the body of Christ, which includes all Christian believers of all ages. In a more tangible sense, the New Testament most often speaks of the church as a local body of baptized believers. All believers are members of the Church, and should express this through participation in the local church family of faith. Baptist churches are accountable to the membership under the Lordship of Christ and as each member has a voice and vote in the life of the church. All members of the local church family of faith are to be treated with dignity and respect according to the principles of the Scriptures. All members, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, or national origin are gifted by God to participate in building up the church. The local church should encourage the giftedness of the members.
BAPTISM is an ordinance of the church: Jesus set it aside (“ordained” it) as a reminder and as an act of obedience. Baptism is by immersion in water and is a statement of one’s faith in Jesus who died, was buried, and rose again. It is also a statement that one has died to sin and is raised to a new life in Christ, looking forward some day to the resurrection from the dead. Baptism portrays a faith already held within the person, and has no saving power in itself.
THE LORD’S SUPPER is the other “ordinance” of the church. In taking the Lord’s Supper (sometimes called “communion”), we remember especially the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross: the fruit of the vine reminds us of his blood that was shed, and the bread reminds us of his body that was given for us. Taking the Lord’s Supper together regularly as a church body also reminds us that we are united together by our common faith in Jesus and his sacrifice on the cross.
THE KINGDOM OF GOD is the Lord’s spiritual reign over the lives of all who give allegiance to him, whether they be living on earth or in heaven. It includes all who are in the Church, but also includes believers in God prior to the coming of Jesus Christ and the establishment of his Church.
LAST THINGS refers to those things that will happen near the end of time. The Bible tells us that Jesus will come again visibly to receive his followers to himself. The evil forces of Satan and this world will be ultimately defeated and cast into hell, and God’s kingdom shall prevail forever.
EVANGELISM is every Christian’s privilege. We are all called to share personally with others how they may be saved by faith in Jesus Christ. By faithful giving, we also support the evangelistic efforts of our local churches, as well as the missions efforts of our denomination in the United States and around the world.
THE PRIESTHOOD OF THE BELIEVER or “soul competency,” means that every believer prays directly to God and may read the Bible to better understand the will of God. Other believers may help our understanding, but each one of us is able to stand before God without any intermediary other than Jesus Christ.
SERVANT LEADERSHIP is exemplified by the true nature of Jesus Christ. Jesus commanded that the Christian leader should not seek to rule over others, but rather to be the servant of all. The cross mandates laying down our rights for the good of others.
Spiritual Basic Training Day 1
Where: Anointed
When: 1 month ago [17 Jan 2021 10:00 SLT]

Luke 14:31 “What king going to make war against another king sits not down first and consults whether he’s able with ten thousand to meet him that comes against him with twenty thousand?” Christians today are woefully unprepared for battle in the spiritual realm. Today we will learn what is at stake in this battle, how we can fight a 'noble battle' on Jesus' terms, and what kind of power to expect in opposition. Sermon is in voice.

Spiritual Basic Training Day 1
Where: Faith
When: 1 month ago [17 Jan 2021 10:00 SLT]

Luke 14:31 “What king going to make war against another king sits not down first and consults whether he’s able with ten thousand to meet him that comes against him with twenty thousand?” Christians today are woefully unprepared for battle in the spiritual realm. Today we will learn what is at stake in this battle, how we can fight a 'noble battle' on Jesus' terms, and what kind of power to expect in opposition. Sermon is in voice.

Spiritual Warfare - An Introduction
Where: Faith
When: 2 months ago [10 Jan 2021 16:00 SLT]

As Christians, we are in a spiritual battle of some sort on a daily basis. In warfare, battles are fought on different fronts, for different reasons, and with varying degrees of intensity. The same is true in spiritual warfare. Our spiritual battles and warfare are real, even though we cannot physically see the attacker. But, we can educate ourselves on how the battles are fought and how they impact our lives on a daily basis.

Sin 101
Where: Faith
When: 2 months ago [10 Jan 2021 10:00 SLT]

Today we take a look at Sin - that plague we have to deal with in our fallen world. I will explain today the origin of Sin, the effects of Sin, the nature of Sin, and the cure for Sin. To understand Salvation and our struggle with Sin we have to understand the forces we battle.

Did Jesus Fulfill Prophecy?
Where: Faith
When: 2 months ago [3 Jan 2021 17:00 SLT]

Spoiler: Jesus fulfilled over 300 prophecies during his short time on Earth. some recorded up to 1500 years before His birth. Let's review this astonishing phenomenon and gain a few insights on what they mean for us today and the future.

Will God Save Me If I Sin, And Keep Sinning?
Where: Faith
When: 2 months ago [3 Jan 2021 11:00 SLT]

Yes. For the longer answer you'll have to come and listen :)