An estimated two million people marched to promote peace and harmony, bringing together Christians of all denominations. Picture: AP Source: AP
AT least one million evangelical Christians are taking part in an annual March for Jesus in Sao Paulo, police say.
Christians raise their hands as they parade in the 20th annual March for Jesus in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Saturday, July 14, 2012. Picture: AP Source: AP
Christians chant gospel and raise their hands as they parade in the 20th annual March for Jesus in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Saturday, July 14, 2012. Picture: AP Source: AP
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From The Urantia Book:
157:6.10 “No man in this world now sees the Father except the Son who came forth from the Father. But if the Son be lifted up, he will draw all men to himself, and whosoever believes this truth of the combined nature of the Son shall be endowed with life that is more than age-abiding.”
162:5.4 “When the Son of Man is lifted up, then shall you all know that I am he, and that I have done nothing of myself but only as the Father has taught me. I speak these words to you and to your children. And he who sent me is even now with me; he has not left me alone, for I do always that which is pleasing in his sight.”
195:10.1 Christianity has indeed done a great service for this world, but what is now most needed is Jesus. The world needs to see Jesus living again on earth in the experience of spirit-born mortals who effectively reveal the Master to all men. It is futile to talk about a revival of primitive Christianity; you must go forward from where you find yourselves. Modern culture must become spiritually baptized with a new revelation of Jesus’ life and illuminated with a new understanding of his gospel of eternal salvation. And when Jesus becomes thus lifted up, he will draw all men to himself. Jesus’ disciples should be more than conquerors, even overflowing sources of inspiration and enhanced living to all men. Religion is only an exalted humanism until it is made divine by the discovery of the reality of the presence of God in personal experience.