The poor because you don't have to have a building for church. You could have church anywhere. What the poor need first is Jesus. Some large churches are large simply to minister to the number of people who need Jesus. These churches aren't built to attract people; they attract people because of their commitment to Christ, and they need extra facilities to keep up with the demand. Too often the "poor" aren't all that poor. I'm sorry to say that, but I know of one individual who lives like a homeless person, yet she has a nice home and is independently wealthy. Many churches in this area direct the poor to a central location that serves as a clearing-house. We need to be careful that we don't get judgemental about the lavish churches; they could be ministering in ways that "poor" churches cannot. (I'll admit, though, there are plenty of these multi-bazillion dollar places that would be better torn down.
Jesus is long lead and it is pointless to ask what he would have approved of because nobody can answer that. Even if they could, why would you accept his personal opinion over your own judgement? He lived in a totally different time and country and your brain is a lot more developed than his would ever have been, make your own decisions in life, it's a lot better for everyone.
Romans feared that Jesus would lead and uprising ,the Romans thought Jesus was an enemy of he state. He was then arrested and was found guilty
There isn't really a human head, like the pope, but I think the head would be Jesus.
A chalice is the cup used to drink wine at Passover, that Jesus would have used at the Last Supper;
Here are some words that one would frequently here in a church: * Welcome * Jesus * God * Worship
In most churches, pastors would often recap/talk about the significance of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It is a very solemn time of remembrance. Some Catholic churches replicate the Way of the Cross on Good Friday.
No, congress would have to approve of it first and they would not approve of such a treaty.
You certainly can; many churches would be glad to have them.
i have loyz dietz syndrome would i be approve for ssi
In Europe, medieval music was mostly for the churches, so one would suppose that the Bible, God, Jesus ect inspired the medieval music.
He would approve because he doesn't want them to studyor he doesn't want them to know anything.
There is no reason why those of differing religions would not make mention of the name Jesus though no one really counts these. In Christianity - over 30,000 churches/buildings claiming so, most if not all do.
Not sure what you mean by "Churches", if you are talking about Chrisitan Churches, then the breakdown is (in 2011) 50.1% Catholic, 36.7% Protestant, 11.9% Orthodox, and 1.3% other. The Other category would break down to non-protestant religions that believe in Jesus in one way or another, like Mormons, Jehovah Witnesses, etc.
This is not a question but if you meant, "Would Shifu approve"... no one could say. There's no evidence to suggest he would care one way or the other plus there's no reason to believe it would ever happen in the first place for him to approve or disapprove.
Because it is the Christian symbol. Because the cross symbolizes victory over the death we would have no choice but to face if Jesus had not come.
Christianity is so split up, there are so many churches that it is impossible to say. The main principal that every christian would agree with, no mater what, is that Jesus is the Messiah.
They would number in their millions and might be divided into two groups. The first are those who have never had the opportunity to hear about Jesus, the gospel never having been brought to them. The second are those who have had heard about Jesus but took not the trouble to get to know Him.
43.9% have websites and there are 300k Christian churches - If these numbers are accurate, that would make 131,700 churches.
I would say the churches that most closely resemble Calvin's model would be Reformed Presbyterian churches.
millions of millions of millions of millions... ten hours later... of millions of millions of dollars. the asteroid belt is giganitic. to get rid of it would be one of the hardest things in the world and an asteroid is like a dwarf planet. it would be an enormous amount to get rid of one.
An entrance sign of a christian community, is that a person would have accepted Jesus into their hearts, and has started living a way of a christian. in example: praying for people that need their prayer, living a lifestyle that Jesus would approve of (all people sin, that's why God sent Jesus down to save us), attending church with an approving heart.
This question could be directed at any one of the 1,000 plus Christian Churches and the other world religions. I am truly amazed that you are in touch with "JESUS" or are you in touch with the other guy. You see "JESUS" came to Joseph Smith and conversed with him and told him that none of the churches were correct (at that time 1830). From that visit with "JESUS", Joseph Smith was guided in the building of the 'Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints'. Even the name of the Church has Jesus in it. I would challenge you to check out the LDS Church and do an indepth study of it. Throw away the anti-Mormon literature and you may find out that the Church is NOT wrong.
The object is something that you would approve of or would in flatter you.
You can eat anything but I would not want approve it
As long as it's nothing that she would not approve of.