What have you done to cope with this crisis?

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  • Réponse publiée par: ian2145

    D. Direct Violence

    Explanation:

    The answer is written above.

  • Réponse publiée par: enrica11

    Ezekiel's vision is looks like the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, God uses kinds of animals to revealed something. what he saw in his vision is the act of God to informed Ezekiel that it is the scenario of the second coming. Ezekiel as prophet always reminded by God that all the thing in his vision will happened. In the last part of the verse, stated therein, This is what the glory of the Lord looked like to me. When I saw it, I fell face down on the ground, and I heard someone’s voice speaking to me and that is the Lord God.

  • Réponse publiée par: nelspas422

    [Based on the homily of a priest here in our diocese]

    As preparing for the second coming of Christ, there are many types of people which can be categorized into three: the self-centered, the material-centered, and the God-centered.

    The self-centered one will only prepare himself and don't care about other people. If Jesus said that we must love our neighbor as we love ourselves (Matthew 22:39) do you think you're prepared?

    The other one is the Material-centered. The material-centered don't care if it's God's second coming. He will continue sinning and doesn't mind what will happen.

    and the third one is the God-centered. The God-centered values the time left for the second coming of Christ. He reconciliated and avoid any form and occasion of sin for he might displease God.

    We must be God-centered because we have to prepare for the second coming of Christ. We must reconciliate, love our neighbor, and do anything in order to please God.

  • Réponse publiée par: hajuyanadoy

    Today’s Gospel: John 18:33B-37 – Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe

    Today, this last solemnity of our liturgical year, we meet Jesus before Pilate. The King of the Universe stands before a prefect of a distant emperor. Truth stands before the culture…and the culture doesn’t like it much.

    “Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice,” Jesus tells us. Pilate, of course, listens not to truth but the crowd. Pilate wanted so very badly to set Jesus free, but he wanted even more for the majority culture in which he lived to approve of him. So he washed his hands and sent the King of the Universe, the Truth, to die on a cross.

    On this Solemnity of Christ the King, we are surrounded by reminders that this world passes and that God, our true King, is always just, is always true, and will not change with the passing tastes of the passing crowd. The crowd leads to approval, belonging, ease — but if we’ve learned anything this year, it’s that all those things are temporary. The Truth leads to the Cross, of course, but the Cross is the established path to eternal life.

    So which will we chose?

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