Do Invisible People Exist?


Do Invisible People Exist? Yes they exist, because we create them. We make people invisible when they speak to us and we don’t answer them, we speak to them without looking at them, we act around them without noticing them, we don’t care about their feelings, we make decisions that affect them without consulting them, we make plans and don’t include them, they try to connect with us but don’t succeed, we make them feel that we attend to much more important matters than they are, and our power over them is such that they don’t dare to complain to us. We usually do this with children and the elders, with employees or subordinates or other people, that because of their position or their situation in life, they can not demand anything from us or have anything to contribute to our important race for money, power, fame and success. This effect is not instantaneous, but occurs over time, by the way we manage our relationship with them. We corner and separate them, and diminish them, until they become invisible and disappear, not physically, but emotionally. We create people to become invisible people, who are very important to us, like our children, parents, grandparents, family members, neighbors, employees and sometimes unfortunately, our spouse. They deserve our love. We should not ignore them or reject them. Don’t forget that Jesus commanded us to love our neighbor as ourselves and treat our neighbor as we want to be treated ourselves. If you don’t want to be invisible to others, don’t make anybody invisible to you.

Thoughts About Teen Sex

Teen sex is good because you learn, is fun, everyone is doing it, protection avoids pregnancy & sexually transmitted diseases. Right? Wrong!

Teen sex is safe. Are you kidding me? There are ample research results showing the consequences of teen sex.

Teen sex results in tarnished reputation, psychological problems, pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

Teen sex is linked to relationship violence, depression, substance and alcohol abuse, suicidal ideation, and risky sexual behaviors.

God created us and He knows us better that any scientist. In His instruction manual, He told us not to fornicate, to protect us.

God knew why we should not fornicate, but we always think we know better than Him. Right? No, we are wrong again!

Jesus warned us in Matthew 15: For from the heart come evil sexual thoughts and these are what defile you.

What is wrong with teens having sex?


What is wrong with having some fun? What is wrong with teens having sex? Let’s see the facts: Everyone is doing it. You can’t get pregnant your first time. You can’t contract sexually transmitted diseases if you’re on birth control. Oral sex is not real sex. Right? Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong. Are you kidding me? Teens are young, impressionable, impulsive and with lots of hormones. Add to that: peer pressure, insecurity, invincibility, some alcohol & drugs, and you’ve got yourself a teen sex cocktail. However, there are ample research results showing that the consequences of teen sex are: Reputation is tarnished, Psychological problems, Pregnancy and Sexually transmitted diseases (Terri McCarthy – St. Paul Parenting Examiner). Also, research shows that early sexual activity is not an event isolated from the rest of an adolescent’s life. Instead, it is often linked to negative behaviors, such as relationship violence, depression, substance and alcohol abuse, suicidal ideation, and an increase in other risky sexual behaviors (Quinn Harr –  Michigan Family Forum). I have a very simple conclusion about this subject: God created us and He knows us better that any scientist. In His instruction manual, He told us not to fornicate. God knew why, but we always think we know better. Right? No, we are wrong again! Jesus warned us in Matthew 15: For from the heart come evil sexual thoughts and these are what defile you.

Thoughts About Life Purpose

Life Purpose is an essence statement that serves as a reminder of who you are and the impact you naturally create in the world.

Life Purpose is the most powerful statement of your mission in life. It is not a job, trade or profession, but your deeper purpose.

Jesus gave us Life Purpose and don’t take this as something religious. Brake that paradigm. There is profound meaning in what Jesus told us.

Jesus said: You must love the Lord with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, all your strength, and Love your neighbor as yourself.

Jesus said: Do to others whatever you would like them to do to you.

Seek the Kingdom of God above all else and let your good deeds shine out for all to see, so that everyone will praise your heavenly Father.

Your Life Purpose should go beyond this earthly and physical life, into your eternal life in heaven.

Does Your Life Has A Purpose?


Does Your Life Has A Purpose? Life purpose is about why you are here on earth. Who is it that you are moved to be and what is it that you are moved to create? It is an essence statement that serves as a reminder of who you are and the impact you naturally create in the world. It is the most powerful and succinct statement about your highest mission in life. It is not a job or vocation or any specific action, but a deeper purpose that can be fulfilled through any job, any activity, and at any moment in time. Jesus gave us a Life Purpose, and please don’t take this as a religious teaching. Go beyond that paradigm! There is a profound meaning in what Jesus told us about the purpose of life. Go deep, search your heart and it might help you find your purpose in this life. This is what Jesus said about our Life Purpose: You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, and all your strength, and Love your neighbor as yourself. This means: Do to others whatever you would like them to do to you. Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously and let your good deeds shine out for all to see, so that everyone will praise your heavenly Father. Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations and teach them what Jesus have given you. If you want to read more about your purpose, you can read Matthew 5, 6, 7, 22 & 28. Your Life Purpose should go beyond this earthly and physical life, into your eternal life in heaven.

Thoughts About Jesus Divinity

Who was Jesus? Teacher, Lunatic, Liar or God? All historical figures, together, have not managed changed the world, like Jesus did.

Jesus is God or just a great teacher? If Jesus claimed to be God, but wasn’t, he would be lunatic, liar or demon, but not a great teacher.

You must choose. Jesus was, and is God that became a man, or else a lunatic or worse. What Jesus said doesn’t leave open other possibility.

You can make fun of him or fall at His feet and call Him Lord and God, but let us not commit the folly of calling Him a great human teacher.

I believe Jesus Christ was neither a lunatic or liar nor a fiend, and therefore, I accept Him as my Lord and God, my Savior.

I believe that Jesus Christ rose again and is alive, seated at the right hand side of the Father.

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Teacher, Lunatic, Liar or God?

Teacher, Lunatic, Liar or God? He was born in a poor family and worked as a carpenter until he was thirty years old. He was itinerant preacher for three years. He healed the sick, and cast out demons and raised the dead. He did not write a book. He did not hold any official position. He never went away more than two hundred miles from his hometown. He had no possessions. He was falsely accused to arouse the people and was nailed to a cross between two thieves. He died and was buried in a borrowed tomb. Over twenty centuries have passed since then.

All the armies that ever marched, all the navies that have ever been built, all the parliaments that have ever held sessions and all the kings and rulers, all philosophers, thinkers and writers, together, have not exercised such a palpable influence on world history as that singular figure who changed the world. Who was he?

There are those who accept Jesus as a great teacher, but do not accept his claim to be God. However, a man that not being God, say: Before Abraham was even born, I Am! Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father! The Father and I are one, he would not be a great teacher. He would be a lunatic, a liar or a demon, but not a great teacher. What Jesus said does not leave open that possibility. You must choose. O Jesus was, and is, God that became a man, or else a lunatic or something worse. You can make fun of him or you can fall at His feet and call Him Lord and God, but let us not come with the silly idea to call it a great human teacher. I believe He was neither a lunatic or liar nor a fiend, and therefore, I accept Him as my Lord and God, my Savior. I believe that He rose again and is alive, seated at the right hand of the Father.

Do Not Seek Comfort

Please, Do Not Seek Comfort. Comfort is good and nice, because it fits you, makes you want to stay there, not move and so, you get stuck. Discomfort is disturbing and unpleasant, because it makes you angry, makes you want to get out of there, move, and for that reason, it challenges you. Leaving the comfort zone is an adventure that makes you grow and experience new challenges, discover new talents and abilities that you have never imagined and that can only be seen when facing the challenge of discomfort. God challenges you today: Be strong and courageous! Do not be afraid or discouraged. For the Lord your God is with you wherever you go (Joshua 1:9). You God equipped and trained you to take on challenges: For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline (2 Timothy 1:7). You also have the inexhaustible source and invincible of God’s Power: My grace is all you need. My power works best in weakness (2 Corinthians 12:9). And that’s why Jesus promised to help us overcome and succeed: Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world (John 16:33). Get out of your comfort zone and find your life purpose and the success that God has for you.