Translated from German to English with google translator Recently I wrote from a distant acquaintance who had apparently suffered a stroke and what is probably still lies in a vegetative state. He probably had high blood pressure and would certainly not smoking with this diagnosis and should not drink. But if he revealed. One is … Continue reading ‘s easy to say
Translated automatically from German to English bei google translator. As a Christian basically yes. For it is geared to what said and did and lived Jesus Christus. On one hand, it is reported that he accepted people, especially those who were not particularly recognized in society, publicans, the sick, the poor and so on. Secondly, … Continue reading Should we change the world?
The better question should really have been, as you use today? We humans know that our life is finite and eventually the time will come when it ends well. We all hope that this will not take long as possible and usually we are thus probably correct. Nevertheless, it is well that death is not … Continue reading How do you use your life?
Your own, personal, Jesus someone to hear your prayers, someone who cares Your own, personal, Jesus someone to hear your prayers, someone who's there Feeling unknown and you're all alone, flesh and bone, by the telephone, lift up the receiver, i'll make you a believer > read whole text. foto: wikipedia.org
Have a closer look to what christmas means. It's not the Coca-Cola-Santa-Claus, whom we owe christmas. It was more something like a small child, that came from outside our imagination into this world with all its disharmony and questions. > more. picture: joshunter,flickr.com
"Well, here we are on the other side. A watershed moment. An historic election. And we, the American people, have made our choice. - Barack Obama will be the 44th President of the United States, and the nation’s first black president. And in elections across the country, Democrats won their seats in the Senate. When … Continue reading America chose Obama