Footnotes to Pentecost, what happened?

The footnotes to the article "Pentecost, what heppened? " (see https://plazilla.com/page/4295190649/pentecost-what-happened ) keep disappearing, so here they are seperately Footnotes: [1] Most likely the first Pentecost was Sunday May 25th, 33 AD. Jesus was born Saturday March 20 6 BC http://www.cgsf.org/dbeattie/calendar/?roman...
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Pentecost, what happened?

The first Pentecost was 1985 years ago [1] when Christ’s disciples were baptized in the Holy Spirit, and could speak in languages they themselves did not understand, but their audiences could, and in those languages they told about Christ and His message [2] Christ had promised that the Holy Spirit, whom, we are told, descende...
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Happy Birthday my Beautiful Sister

Happy Birthday, in magnificent May, when the first roses bloom on Mam's birthday, to reach abundance on yours, with your birthday on Mother's Day this year, the first without ours. My beautiful sister, these are for you, who continues to blossom through all stages and phases, from one who's birthday is when the first Rose of Sha...
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Scapegoats

Are you being treated poorly even though you are perfectly kind and decent? This is how you can handle it. What are Toxic Relationships? Toxic relationships are when people pretend you are someone you are not, and either really don’t or pretend not to believe you when you tell them who you are, misinterpret everything you do w...
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No Words 2

You can elaborate on Martin Luther King. And you can also elaborate on Gandhi, since people use his peaceful disobedience in the most inappropriate places. Discrimination is discrimination even if it is not called that. Even if it is invisible, it makes the same wounds. When people treat you like dirt, take the same precautions ...
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Lionheart 2

What if he had still lived? He would have been seventy today. His children would not have been raised by their mother’s lover. His name would have still been mentioned with the honor it deserves. I would have seen my nieces and nephews grow up, instead of being ostracized from the family, over nothing. What f he had been allow...
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An Answer to Russell´ s teapot analogy

Why do some think they're so clever With their "Russell’s teapot analogy" You think you’ve shamed anyone who believes in God They have to prove His existence, you don’t have to disprove it? Fine Then you go and prove sound and sight to a deaf and blind person Who also lacks every other sensory perception What if this inabi...
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Heaven , Do you get it?

Heaven Do you get it? It seems you don’t find it until you are willing to give up everything to Which is when you find out you need not give up anything worthwhile to And that whatever you feel you must Only benefits you now as well You don’t have what it takes unless you refuse to wish, think, say or do anything cruel to ge...
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Not just written but born

A poem is not just written It is born As a child gives physical form to an aspect of God’s Spirit So a poem gives form to what is often beyond the physical senses The degree in which it succeeds in doing so Is the degree in which a poem succeeds Not letting it come means it will come out deformed Or stay in, wreaking havoc Whe...
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