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~ The greatest lack in this world is compassion and care ~
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Monday, 12 January 2015

Murder Terror in Paris Transformed into People Power.

This is people power - Two million people want to live in a peaceful world without fear or terror. This is a people who want to be free to express their truth and have every right to. This is a people who acknowledge  their human rights and promote other peoples too. This is a people who are united as friends from many nations together. The pen is mightier than the sword and yet a pencil can be erased. How can life be brought back that has been taken? Was a Muslim man murdered too? Religion is not the person! What causes someone to be provocative about religion - usually disillusionment because history has been ugly. It is against God's law to kill people. The battles for power is with deception too. Unite in Peace! <3 nbsp="" p="">
The last time Paris witnessed a crowd like this, it was being liberated from Nazi rule back in 1944. But, yesterday's atmosphere could hardly have been more different as two million solemn, pencil-waving protesters marched through the streets

The meaning of Democracy, Power is given to the people.

There is more I want to write about the events taking place with religious extremism and yet I cannot ignore that the murder that took place was an act of war (using weapons with intimidation or intention to kill on unarmed people is not a sign of strength, it is a pathetic sign of weakness) Well this is a people who took up their pencils as their weapons and everyone has an opinion and right to their truth.

In these people will be Muslims too....do not forget!

An estimated 3.7million people marched across France today, the majority gathering in Paris (above) to pay tribute to those killed by terrorists in a swathe of attacks across the capital last week

Listening to the news briefly while visiting, not speaking the native language  translators of what was being said did not translate precisely...I heard 'Allah' and may have even said the Prophet of Allah in translation, whereas the media clearly identified Prophet Muhammad by name. It may indeed have been rightfully said in reference to the same person...But it is very easy if not having the precise and accurate translation of any text or conversation, that what we are told might  not be with accuracy and can be misconstrued.

Awkward march: Almost 50 heads of government – including David Cameron, Angela Merkel and the leaders of both Israel and Palestine – joined President Francois Hollande for a stroll, arm-in-arm, along a short, empty stretch of the Boulevard Voltaire

It is written : Almost 50 heads of government – including David Cameron, Angela Merkel and the leaders of both Israel and Palestine – joined President Francois Hollande for a stroll, arm-in-arm, along a short, empty stretch of the Boulevard Voltaire

Come the end, there was profound relief that the whole thing had passed off without some ghastliness from the forces of hatred

Someone holding the big pencil boldly making a point. The flag is flying high too...I went out today and bought another box of pens and this is with the anticipation of doing a lot more writing.

The crowds  in Paris were, almost without exception, impeccably well-behaved. At the start line on Place de la Republique,  tens of thousands of marchers  had been squashed together on the same spot for several hours, purely to claim pride of place
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he prevailing religious argument has excused too many wars and terror towards people. Something Jesus said that is written in the Holy Scriptures that comes to mind - wanting to share there.

Therefore I tell you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven people, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven. And whoever speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come Matthew 12:31-32

whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit never has forgiveness, but is guilty of an eternal sin”— Mark 3:39

How much worse punishment, do you think, will be deserved by the one who has spurned the Son of God, and has profaned the blood of the covenant by which he was sanctified, and has outraged the Spirit of grace? Hebrews 10:29

“Why does this man speak like that? He is blaspheming! Who can forgive sins but God alone?” Mark 2:7

For the LORD is our Judge, the LORD is our lawgiver, the LORD is our King. He will save us.  Isaiah 33:22

  1. Blasphemy is the act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence for God, to religious or holy persons or things, or toward something considered sacred or inviolable.
  2. How many terrorists in our world from whatever land or religious background would be eager to go to the front line of war. Who could  suffer torture and crucifixion on the cross as Jesus Christ did and I must be really strong on this point, Prophet Muhammad lived almost 600 years after Christ was born. The Original Truth has not been changed by the early Orthodox Church. The early Martyrs were people who were murdered.
  3. Even at the point of facing death on the cross, it is maintained Jesus said 'Father forgive them because they know not what they do' Who are these gunmen serving?
Not everyone knows that the Torah Scroll is hand written and preserved in it's original form throughout the generations. If one letter is out of place, or a mistake made, then the Torah scroll is not used. From the very first letter, the process starts all over again, letter by letter in this Alphabet given by God, the Hebrew alphabet, each and every letter has several meanings. There are layers and layers of understanding to be discovered and revealed in the Holy Scriptures. Silencing the truth does not change it.

There are people in our world who have preserved WORD FOR WORD the Word given by God and the precise instruction given too. The Holy Bible writes: Jews are entrusted with the Oracle of God and as Jesus Christ is Jewish - people will see that God has His plan and it is to reunite people to Him.



There are reports of Jews leaving Paris and yet, there are Jews who were born in Paris and France is their home. Actually something else I noticed in Paris, with the Arch de Triumph there is like a star of several roads branching off and as everything has a reason and purpose, I was reminded of the 12 sons of Israel. The Israelite tribes are descendants that are scattered around our world today.

Notice how tragedy and catastrophe also bring people together.

There was, across the French media, genuine appreciation for the global sense of solidarity – typified by the sight of Tower Bridge and Trafalgar Square (above) 

Quote : There was, across the French media, genuine appreciation for the global sense of solidarity – typified by the sight of Tower Bridge and Trafalgar Square (above) 

There are a growing number of people who are conscious and conscientious wanting to live in a world with peace. Multitudes of hurting and confused people want to heal. Let this be. Live and let live.

Not only is this a time of great apostasy it is necessary for people to wake up and become responsible. Wake up and ask yourself, who is your Master and overlord. Do you know? Mine is Christ.

People who rule over lands and people by deception are not.

In France two million people gather underneath the heavens..
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May billions of people come together in peace now - Take up your pencil and put down the weapon of war. What is written or drawn in pencil can be erased - Taking a life might mean losing your soul.

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2905836/We-won-t-beaten-says-biggest-Paris-crowd-1944-ROBERT-HARDMAN-witnesses-two-million-pencil-waving-protesters-streets-city-solemn-demo.html
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2905283/Fear-criticising-Islam-given-Britain-self-imposed-blasphemy-law-warns-former-archbishop-Carey.html

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