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 • AMERICA THE BEAUTIFULKatharine Lee Bates, 1859–1929 • Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a disgrace to any people. (Proverbs 14:34) • After what I owe to God, nothing should be more dear or more sacred to me than the love and respect I owe to my country. • —Jacques Auguste de Thou • Each time we join together in singing the vividly descriptive lines of “America the Beautiful,” we are moved emotionally as we contemplate the wonders of …
The Christian’s Secret of a Holy Life
Praying is Always Right • A feeling of real need is always a good enough reason to pray. Whenever I go to any meeting I am always sure of one thing, that we always ought have prayer soon after we begin. If any one else prays my mind is relieved. But if no one else seems inclined to do it, then I feel it is my duty. The command is for us always to pray, and I don’t believe …
 “Thou hatest wickedness.” • — Psalm 45:7 • “Be ye angry, and sin not.” There can hardly be goodness in a man if he be not angry at sin; he who loves truth must hate every false way. How our Lord Jesus hated it when the temptation came! Thrice it assailed him in different forms, but ever he met it with, “Get thee behind me, Satan.” He hated it in others; none the less fervently …
• Undisturbed relationship • At that day ye shall ask in My name . . . . The Father Himself loveth you. John 16:26, 27. • “At that day ye shall ask in My name,” i.e., in My nature. Not— ‘You shall use My name as a magic word,’ but—‘You will be so intimate with Me that you will be one with Me.’ “That day” is not a day hereafter, but a day meant for here and now. “The Father Himself …
 • Our Lord Jesus Christ … gave himself for our sins that he might deliver us from this present evil world • Gal. 1:4 • Attachment to Christ is the only secret of detachment from the world. • A. J. Gordon •…

Daily Devotion- by ArchBishop Uwe AE.Rosenkranz

April 27 • ABIDE WITH ME • Henry F. Lyte, 1793–1847 • But they constrained Him, saying, “Abide with us: for it is toward evening, and the day is far spent.” And He went in to tarry with them. (Luke 24:29 KJV) • Yes, life is like the Emmaus road, and we tread it not alone • For beside us walks the Son of God, to uphold and keep His own. • And our hearts within us thrill with joy at His words of …
The Christian’s Secret of a Holy Life
Not in Our Strength • April 27 • He is our High Priest to make intercession for us and in us, and His intercession will avail, so that we may be confident of getting what we ask. We can no more pray in our own strength than we can fight in our own strength. He must do it all. He must pray in us with groanings that cannot be uttered, and God will not fail to hear and answer the prayers offered …
Morning and Evening
Morning, April 27 Go To Evening Reading • “God, even our own God.” • — Psalm 67:6 • It is strange how little use we make of the spiritual blessings which God gives us, but it is stranger still how little use we make of God himself. Though he is “our own God,” we apply ourselves but little to him, and ask but little of him. How seldom do we ask counsel at the hands of the Lord! How often do we go …
My Utmost for His Highest
• April 27th • What do you want? • Seekest thou great things for thyself? Jeremiah 45:5. • Are you seeking great things for yourself? Not seeking to be a great one, but seeking great things from God for yourself. God wants you in a closer relationship to Himself than receiving His gifts, He wants you to get to know Him. A great thing is accidental, it comes and goes. God never gives us anything accidental. Nothing is easier than getting into …
Thoughts for the Quiet Hour
April 27 • He … said … I … hid thy talent in the earth .… His lord answered and said unto him, Thou wicked and slothful servant • Matt. 25:24–26 • Between the great things we cannot do and the small things we will not do, the danger is that we shall do nothing. • Monod •…
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Celtic Christian PHILOSOPHY and daily devotions by ArchBishop ROSENKRANZ

Bethel from the South

8 Videos, shaping a New Philosophy
by Uwe Rosenkranz:

another one (DO U WANNA NUMBER NINE?)•



WOUNDED FOR ME • W. G. Ovens, 1870–1945 (verse 1) • Gladys W. Roberts, 1888–? (verses 2-5) • To this you were called, because Christ suffered for you, leaving you an example, that you should follow in His steps. (1 Peter 2:21) • Death by crucifixion was one of the worst forms of dying. No Roman citizen was ever crucified; this horrible death was reserved only for Rome’s enemies.


• I hope that you are able to abide in Christ by faith and to know in yourself experientially the fulfillment of the promises concerning those who abide. It seems so simple to me now that I am amazed that every Christian does not see the blazing truth. How can they live for a moment outside of Him?


• “For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.” • — 2 Corinthians 5:21 • Mourning Christian! why weepest thou? Art thou mourning over thine own corruptions? Look to thy perfect Lord, and remember, thou art complete in him; thou art in God’s sight as perfect as if thou hadst never sinned;…


• Those borders of distrust • Behold, the hour cometh, . . . that ye shall be scattered. John 16:32. • Jesus is not rebuking the disciples, their faith was real, but it was disturbed; it was not at work in actual things. The disciples were scattered to their own interests, alive to interests that never were in Jesus Christ. After we have been perfectly related to God in sanctification, our faith has to be worked out in actualities.


• All the land which thou seest, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed forever • Gen. 13:15 • God’s promises are ever on the ascending scale. One leads up to another, fuller and more blessed than itself. In Mesopotamia God said, “I will show thee the land.” At Bethel, “This is the land.” Here, “and I will give thee all the land, and children innumerable as the grains of sand.”


Temptations and how to deal with it.

• IN THE HOUR OF TRIAL • James Montgomery, 1771–1854 • No temptation has seized you except what is common to man. And God is faithful; He will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, He will also provide a way out so that you can stand up to it. (1 Corinthians 10:13) • Crisis situations are often the important pivotal points in our lives.


• It is unspeakably blessed to know myself “dead to sin,” and “alive in Christ.” It is such a wondrous amazing blessing, that if God had not declared it I would not dare to dream of it. But oh, praise His Name! He has said it; He has declared that for this very purpose Christ died, that I being “dead to sins might live unto righteousness,” and taking my place at the foot of the Cross..


• “He answered him to never a word.” • — Matthew 27:14 • He had never been slow of speech when he could bless the sons of men, but he would not say a single word for himself. “Never man spake like this man,” and never man was silent like him. Was this singular silence the index of his perfect self- sacrifice?


• The glory that excels • The Lord . . . hath sent me that thou mightest receive thy sight. Acts 9:17. • When Paul received his sight he received spiritually an insight into the Person of Jesus Christ, and the whole of his subsequent life and preaching was nothing but Jesus Christ—“I determined not to know anything among you, save Jesus Christ, and Him crucified.”


• The Lord God formed man out of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul • Gen. 2:7 • And so this soul of mine is a compound of two worlds—dust and Deity! It touches the boundary line of two hemispheres. It is allied on one side to the divine; on the other, to the beast of the field.


In my first studies and research i fell into temptation to do magic. I repented and laid down my old live at the cross. Then i preached and teached and studied JESUS alone and kept silence above evil wisdom. The  i wrote a book, covering my theological insights. The „Proof of GOD“ was it´s most blessing, but ebenso dangerous parts.

One doctor, who wrote the pre-word, warned me, not to depend on old magic research, bound to the ground. So i did, but then GOD spoke to me to publish a Philosophy for celtic cultur zone.

In these days before PESSACH, i start a video series, speaking the secrets of my theological and philosophical workmanship and crafts to greater audiance. MAY THE LORD GUIDE MY TONGUE AND THE eyes and ears of MY DEAR RESPECTED AUDITORY!-SALVE`!

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• NOW THE DAY IS OVER • Sabine Baring-Gould, 1834–1924 • I will lie down and sleep in peace, for You alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety. (Psalm 4:8) • Upon God’s care I lay me down, as a child upon its mother’s breast; • No silken couch, nor softest bed could ever give me such deep rest. • —Unknown • Trusting God throughout the day allows us to rest peacefully at night.


• I have been given unusual faith lately with regard to abiding in Christ. Have you ever noticed the three declarations made concerning those who abide in Christ: 1. “He that abideth in Him sinneth not” 2. He that abideth in Him, “the same bringeth forth much fruit.” 3. He that abideth in Him “shall ask what he will and it shall be done unto him.” Aren’t they wonderful and glorious?


• “He was numbered with the transgressors.” • — Isaiah 53:12 • Why did Jesus suffer himself to be enrolled amongst sinners? This wonderful condescension was justified by many powerful reasons. In such a character he could the better become their advocate. In some trials there is an identification of the counsellor with the client, nor can they be looked upon in the eye of the law as apart from one another.


Holiness v. hardness towards God • And He . . . wondered that there was no intercessor. Isaiah 59:16. • The reason many of us leave off praying and become hard towards God is because we have only a sentimental interest in prayer. It sounds right to say that we pray; we read books on prayer which tell us that prayer is beneficial, that our minds are quieted and our souls uplifted when we pray;…


• Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vineyards; for our vineyards are in blossom • Song of Sol. 2:15 (R.V.) • How numerous the little foxes are! Little compromises with the world; disobedience to the still, small voice in little things; little indulgences to the flesh to the neglect of duty; little strokes of policy; doing evil in little things that good may come; and the beauty, and the fruitfulness of the vine are sacrificed! •…


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WHEN THE ROLL IS CALLED UP YONDER • Words and Music by James M. Black, 1856–1938 • For the Lord Himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. (1 Thessalonians 4:15) • The calm assurance of a future heavenly home is one of the greatest blessings for every Christian.


• Today I have been looking up texts for our Bible class tomorrow might. The subject in order in the Book of Discipline is “Reading the Scriptures,” and it seemed to me the right way to look at it was to consider first the duty of the Christian to search the Scriptures and to know and understand what the will of God is.


• “The love of Christ which passeth knowledge.” • — Ephesians 3:19 • The love of Christ in its sweetness, its fulness, its greatness, its faithfulness, passeth all human comprehension. Where shall language be found which shall describe his matchless, his unparalleled love towards the children of men? It is so vast and boundless that, as the swallow but skimmeth the water, and diveth not into its depths, so all descriptive words but touch the surface,


• Isn’t there some misunderstanding? • Let us go into Judea. His disciples say unto Him . . . Goest Thou thither again? John 11:7-8. • I may not understand what Jesus Christ says, but it is dangerous to say that therefore He was mistaken in what He said. It is never right to think that my obedience to a word of God will bring dishonour to Jesus. The only thing that will bring dishonour is not obeying Him.


• God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness • Gen. 1:4 • No sooner is there a good thing in the world than a division is necessary. Light and darkness have no communion; God has divided them, let us not confound them. Sons of light must not have fellowship with deeds, doctrines, or deceits of darkness. The children of the day must be sober, honest, and bold in their Lord’s work,


A Handbook on the Book of Jonah

This set of detailed commentaries provides valuable exegetical, historical, cultural, and linguistic information on the original text.Over the years this series has been instrumental in shedding light on the Scriptures so that translators all over the world could complete the important task of putting God’s Word into the many languages spoken in the world today.

Over the years church leaders and Bible readers have found the UBS Handbooks to be useful for their own study, since many of the issues Bible translators must address when trying to communicate the Bible’s message to modern readers are the ones Bible students must address when approaching the Bible text as a part of their own private study and devotions.


Showers of Blessings

• THERE SHALL BE SHOWERS OF BLESSING • Daniel W. Whittle, 1840–1901 • I will send down showers in season; there will be showers of blessing. (Ezekiel 34:26) • How disheartening it is to see a once fertile field that has been rendered hardened and useless by a drought. Land that was intended to produce a rich harvest for its owner lies barren and lifeless. As Christians, God desires that our lives bear much fruit for Him.


• I think my faith has never been definite enough. I have never actually trusted Christ to do for me the work which the Apostle speaks of when he says, “The very God of peace sanctify you wholly.” I do not know now what that work is either its nature or its extent. But the Lord Himself knows, and whatever it is, it must be what pleases Him, and for this I trust Him.


His sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down to the ground.” • — Luke 22:44 • The mental pressure arising from our Lord’s struggle with temptation, so forced his frame to an unnatural excitement, that his pores sent forth great drops of blood which fell down to the ground.


• Am I carnally minded? • Whereas there is among you jealousy and strife, are ye not carnal? 1 Cor. 3:3. • No natural man knows anything about carnality. The flesh lusting against the Spirit that came in at regeneration, and the Spirit lusting against the flesh, produces carnality. “Walk in the Spirit,” says Paul, “and ye shall not fulfil the lusts of the flesh”; and carnality will disappear. • Are you contentious, easily troubled about trifles?


• See then that ye walk circumspectly• Eph. 5:15 • There is no such thing as negative influence. We are all positive in the place we occupy, making the world better or making it worse. • T. DeWitt Talmage •…

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Pope Benedictus XVI at a private audience (January 20, 2006) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


How can we be pre-destinated to get the showers of blessings from above? First of all, we have to trust in HIM and let us be sanctified in HIM.

His tears of blood cleansed our fear and angryness and bitterness about sin and law and punishment.

But we have to walk in the Spirit and avoid the carnally mindset and deeds.

Stay away from bad influence and do the good things in which GOD is able to bless YOU!

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