Monday, April 4, 2011

Jesus and the Newton's Law #3

Too much unfair we don’t made a simple tribute or even a mention of the Women's Day. Not by any obligation, imposition or social rule, or whatever! No, no. It is simply because you deserve it. By simply being who they are. Probably more than half of our readers are you guys, readers. Many apologies. Until this post anticipated to have the opportunity to join physics [3rd law of Newton], Jesus, and you women. Difficult but enjoyable.

The person I love most in my life is Jesus. Then comes my beautiful mother, my kind 'aunt-mother', my cousins ​​and my heart dear grandmother. There is also my precious friends, my wise pastor and of course there will always be that special girl (...). Physics until I find interesting.

The first of Newton's law tells us of the need for us to change, the 2nd law, we need to change, making the right choices. The third law of Newton speaks of the need for change, making the right choices - knowing that all our actions have a consequence. It's the law better known. It is the law of action and reaction. Physically speaking - the whole force of action corresponds a reaction with the same module, same direction and opposite directions. Is that the "played, won" - typical of that fool who decides to mess with the girlfriend of that pumped fighting Jiu Jitsu, it even won a nice black eye. Or the popular "who plant crops." The Bible also speaks. Well then, O: "whatever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." Is this karma in which Buddhists and Hindus believe.

Not necessarily the most read, practiced, or even memorized, but I'll use that from the Bible. Phisybiochemechananotechnoengeneer reached a PhD in something and asked Jesus, "which is the greatest commandment?". Then Jesus said "Love the Lord your God [the Father of Jesus] with all my heart. And the second is very similar: 'Love your neighbor as you love yourself. "

Take what Jesus said and mix with a chronic from Arnaldo Jabor (Brazilian chronicler):

"For attractive lips, speak words of kindness.
To have beautiful eyes, seek out the good in people.
For beautiful hair, let a child run his fingers at least once a day.
For poise, walk with the knowledge that you never walk alone.
People are much more than things, have to be restored, revived, reclaimed, and redeemed, never throw out anyone.
Remember that if you ever need a helping hand, you find at the end of your embrace. As you grow older, we discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.
The beauty of a woman is not in her clothes, nor in the body that carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman must be seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides.
The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mole, but true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows.
The beauty of a woman grows with the passing of time. "

"Take care when you make a woman cry, because God counts her tears. The woman was made from the rib of man, not the feet to be walked on Not from his head to be superior, but from the side to be equal, under the arm to be protected and next to the heart to be loved. "
That's right, girls, women, boys, dear readers.

Love Jesus, He loved them first. Love yourself, your body will repay. Love your family, even if not "perfect" – what means, forever. Love your friends, and those idiots who make you smile. Love the one you love, especially if you're male and she’s a woman. Love the guys from college, the professors, the neighbor, the postman, the head, the official, the seller, the driver, Facebook boring person, your dog, be happy, the bible, your church, do well, have fun, love. Also love the neighbor, the distant, yourself, yourself, myself, to Himself, ourselves, yourselves. Simply love.
Love, love, love. Think about it.

Thanks for reading.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Jesus and the Newton's Laws # 2

If you have not read the previous post [Jesus and Newton's Laws #1], I suggest you go back and read the post below.

To the faithful readers, how's the new life? I have been changing- difficult, indeed. But I have sought to follow the commandments of the tips and instructions. This book (bible) is simply brilliant. Everything I need I can find it.

Well, we go to Newton's second law. This is the Fundamental Principle of Dynamics.Imagine, now, you sitting at a desk in a classroom  at Harvard, and Jesus, with a white coat, giving physics class, saying: "Guys, the acceleration that a body gets is directly proportional to net force acting on it and has the same direction and meaning in force. " What? Luke, if the attempt was to help, thank you, you do not have that gift”. Jesus, physics, lab coat, force, resultant direction, meaning ... I'm pushing that little X ... No, wait, that part of physics ever since going to end. Let's talk about Jesus right now.

In life there are only two ways [the bible is that it speaks]. It's there in Matthew 7:13-14: "Go in through the narrow gate, because the gate to hell is wide and the road that leads to it is easy, and there are many who travel it. But the gate to life is narrow and the way that leads to it is hard, and there a few people who find it”.

This passage, preached the sermon on the Mount is about choices. Jesus said there are two destinations - heaven and hell. Christ does not divide men into rich and poor, black or white, smart or uneducated. He divides us into two classes: those in the broad way that leads to destruction and the narrow path that leads to eternal life. In what way are you?

This second law says that several forces acting on a body. But all these forces will be replaced by a net force. A force that will prevail over this body, and that will take him some direction with a certain speed.

Many forces act in the world. But there will always be two resultant forces - Jesus or Satan. You, reader, can be influenced by negative forces such as hatred, selfishness, immorality, pride, idolatry, sorcery, enmities, strife, wrath, envy, murders and also the omnipresent celebration of adultery and homosexuality in the media, about which Jesussaid those who commit such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God [Galatians 5:21].Several forces will act on you. There are also positive forces: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, obedience to God, purity, and the like.

Some are even enslaved by some of these forces. Some are slaves to alcohol, lying, depression, sex before marriage [fornication], pornography, prostitution, need to be approved by the people etc.. These forces quickly take the person to the path of destruction.

Other forces are more "invisible." For example: the power of "think" - is when you do not want anyone to tell them how you should live and when you do not want God, his creator, trace the path to heaven, where moth yourself that way and even when you do not "agree" with the Bible. "There is a way that seems right to man but in the end is a way of death" [Proverbs 14:12].

Dear reader, I have bad news: both the positive and negative forces will act on you.However, I too have great news: you have a guy who is stronger than all the negative forces (Jesus). With Him, you can live driven by positive forces, whose resultant life will be abundant, fulfilling and happy - complete!

Decide now on the path that is narrow, but that will lead to eternal life. A hug. I'll be here next week.

Lucas Ribeiro.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Jesus and the Newton's Laws #1

Sir Isaac Newton, the great scientist, wrote the following before die and meet Jesus: "My life seems to have been only like a boy playing on the beach and having fun every once in a while to find a smooth stone or a shell more beautiful, while the great ocean of truth was all undiscovered before me. " 

If you have more than 16 years, probably knows the laws of Newton, or just have heard some comments on them. Jesus and the Laws of Newton will be divided into three posts. Exactly how that law is divided. One for week. In the first, we'll talk about one of Newton's law - the law of inertia. No, PLEASE do not slide your fingers over the keys alt + F4 or the little X about that. I know, I know ... you should be thankful to God and all the saints for having completed high school physics to NEVER see in your life. Still, give me a chance. We will talk more about Jesus than about the Newton, of course, that's more interesting than this. 

Yeah, I see you gave me the chance. Thanks. 

Roughly speaking, the law of inertia or Galileo says things, people, everything in life tends to be the way it is. If something is stationary (at rest) tends to stay that way. Like something moving - will tend to continue moving. 

How to overcome the inertia? Physically speaking, it will require the intervention of a force. Using this law, say that change, repentance is essential, rather, is vital. 

When Jesus began his preaching ministry, the first sentence that he said is recorded in Matthew, chapter 4, verse 17. I imagine that Jesus stopped at the corner of Times Square of Galilee and began to speak: "Look, you are mired in sin! Do not let the law of inertia perpetuates this situation! Change, repent! Let me help you guys. " 

The law of inertia can be applied in several situations of our lives. But specifically, I speak here of the sinful situation that me and you, dear reader, we find ourselves. Sin makes us do things we would not want to do, makes us stay more time than we would in that situation, makes us people who do not wish to be. 

If you already have a relationship with Jesus and sees it as his Lord and Savior, God told me to say, Repent of your sins. Change, improve. Be a true Christian. If you do not have Jesus as one who will save him and who will be obedient, God also told me to say: Repent of your sins. Change your life! Do not be like Isaac Newton who, before he met Jesus, he lived his life, but found life, blazed a path, but did not find the path or even had fun on the beach but did not discover the ocean of truth - time all - was in front. 

Jesus said, and I remind to you: I am the WAY, the TRUTH and including also the Life. Nobody comes to God except through me. Jesus is the one force that changes the situation where you are. But he is polite, kind. It will only change if you call Him . He clearly said: "Unless you repent [change], you will die." It may be the death of dreams, hope, joy of life or death eternal [even live in hell]. 

But how can I repent [change]? You can talk to God more or less like this: "God, I have sinned [ask what were the sins]. I am willing to live a new life. Do not quite know what can happen to me, but I want to know him personally. I believe that Jesus came to Earth for a purpose and want to discover it. For now, I see Jesus as one who will save me and to whom I will be obedient, no matter what costs. " 

One last hint to finish. A few days ago, I saw on TV, two people talking about how "life" was difficult, on the various problems for which they spent so on. Then one said to another: "Life might as well come with an instruction manual." Maybe some people agreed or agree with that statement, but I must say I have good news for you - LIFE HAS A MANUAL. This book is a love letter to the person who created you. Generally, the cover of this manual comes with the following title: HOLY BIBLE. 

If you are not familiar with this manual, is a tip for those who know a little: start with the book of John [one of the gospels]. The reading will become easier. That's it. See ya next week. 

Lucas Ribeiro. 

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Viva la Vida #1

Guys, hope you are well

Here we go again for some tips on how you be crazy for this week:

Play marbles again with your friends;

Take a bible for a drunk;

Get your mattress in the room and place to sleep;

Type in a cardboard "Jesus loves you" and run with it in the park;

Go visit a friend and get a few French fries and soft drinks;

Take a bicycle without brakes and hit her five friends on the hill;

Throw straws with his grandfather;

Sit next to the prettiest girl or the hottest guy on the bus and ask, "Have you prayedtoday?"

Bet your dog a race;

These are the tips we have for this weekend. Do not forget to always put God first. A good week for each of you. God bless.

May the light be with you.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

God's Love

Hi folks,
i have one thing to tell you: God loves us. Simple, but so important. One day we need, we really need to understand this kind of love. Love , that made the creator give his son for us. Then, we can  be here today. "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." (JN 3:16)  When that day comes, all things that took away our peace, all our problems will simply disappear because we'll live in this love and nothing can keep us away from this love. For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. (ROM 8:38-39). Finally,  we just have one thing, but its all we need: The Creator’s love.

Be the light you wanna see in the world.

Caio Lucena.