Jesus lives forever

Jesus lives forever
"I am alive; yet it is no longer I, but Christ living in me." Gl 2, 20.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Why was Jesus crucified?

I'm happy today, here is the first comment on Catholic-Engineer. I received the comment yesterday, but I read it today.

Thank you so much Chishino, God used your comment for inspire me about this post, I ask to God that He bless you. I'm praying for you since today.

This is a great question: why was Jesus crucified?

God loves His Son, why did God do nothing?

I say God is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow, for any day.

Now, about the happened.

Jesus was crucified because the humanity had, and have yet, many sins.

Every sin is bad and must to be paid.

When Jesus died crucified, He paid for the sins, it's true! But we need this, if Jesus died for our sins, He had no sins, then we should be thankful.

God gave me the text, that I read (II Corinthians 1, 12):

"There is one thing that we are proud of,
namely our conscientious conviction
that we have always behaved towards everyone,
and especially towards you,
with that unalloyed holiness that comes from God,
relying not on human reasoning
but on the grace of God."

If you know why Jesus was crucified and you do wrong things yet, thus you are wasting your salvation.

Jesus went to the cross because you should have gone, but He loves you and He decided: "I'll died in your place".

The sins are the same yesterday, today and tomorrow, because the Daemon is the same.

Let's pray now (this is to you, Chishino. Don't forget God loves you and He wants you love Him):

Hail Mary,
Full of Grace,
The Lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou among women,
and blessed is the fruit
of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary,
Mother of God,
pray for us sinners now,
and at the hour of death.


Saturday, April 18, 2009

Celebrate, Jesus lives among us

I was praying and God "sings" a music called Celebrate (Celebrai, in Portuguese).

I felt that God wants a translation of this music to English, so:


Celebrate to Christ, Celebrate. Celebrate to Christ, Celebrate.

He resurrected, He resurrected, and He lives forever! He resurrected, He resurrected, and He lives forever!

Let's celebrate! Let's celebrate!

Let's celebrate because God resurrected our Lord.


This is a free translation. The music is very convenient for the Easter because we celebrate the resurrection of Christ.

Here you can listen the music in Portuguese. The song starts on the female voice.

Marcos Goes - Celebrai a cristo

C'mon everybody, let's celebrate!

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Who wrote the Holy Bible?

The Holy Bible has two parts: Old Testament and New Testament.

The Old Testament was written before 1 DC.

Each Testament has some books, like Genesis, I Samuel, II Samuel, Luke, Acts of Apostles, etc... And each book has it own history.

The books of prophets were written by the prophets, like Samuel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Baruch, Daniel, Maccabees, etc... Other books of the Old Testament, like Genesis, was written by priests under divine inspiration.

The New Testament was written after the crucifixion and resuscitation of Jesus by the apostles, when they were full of the Holy Spirit.

Everybody who wrote the Holy Bible was under divine inspiration, and God said what He wants that was written on the text.