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Tareq yousef al-masri has called the murderous actions of these terrorist a cancer. He was in the muslim Brotherhood and says we need to get down to the core of it. I grabbed my shovel too, can you dig it?! Hear more in this ZoNation

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  • Kari Lynn Wellborn

    Another great video, to the point and makes perfect sense. I wish more would wake up to what ISIS truly is. Thanks Alfonzo.

  • Will Parker

    Alfonzo you hit the mark again and I appreciate all the frankness of your videos.

  • glassa

    Um, yes, it’s Satanic. Koran = mein kampf on meth

  • Claudia Bird

    Kari Lynn Wellborn, I wish more people would wake up to what Obama truly is!

  • HoneyTree EvilEye

    Thank you, I’m so tired of people claiming Islam is peace, that radical Islam are the outliers. Islam have 2 types; violent and peaceful jihadists. They both support each other and they have the same desire. If there’s a Muslim who is legitimately against jihadists, they are not Muslims. The Quran 100% calls for all of this. Learned this by reading The Grand Jihad. But don’t tell any “moderate” Muslims that they don’t live by the book, because they’d want your head just the same as the rest.

  • That was deep. I need to do some more digging. But only the truly deceived in spirit, soul, and body could believe that Islam is a religion of peace.

    • autdrew

      Amen Sister!

  • TruckinMack

    I don’t know the best way to please God. I do believe that trying to please God, pleases God.

    Now I’ll get Christians telling me, ‘God likes Christians’. OK, which Christians? I am a Catholic. We don’t let non Catholics have communion. Does that please God? I believe all (most) other Christians invite everyone to the communion table who wishes to come. Does that please God?

    Does one way offend God, or do both ways please Him?

    • autdrew

      We allow only CatholiCa to participate in communion. To be in communion, one Must believe in our doctrines, communion, It’s basically saying by (believing)& taking thIs body & (believing) when we take The blood into our bodies, we become one with Him. NoN Catholics who don’t believe would be technically lying. THey don’t believe what we believe & until they come home, they are not in agreement with us. Jesus told his followers this IS my body & this IS my blood. Do this in memory of me, & we have for 2000 years. Some churches teach that it is symbolic but Jesus didmy lift a tiny cup of grape juice and call it his Symbolic blood. He said it IS my blood. J

    • TruckinMack

      Keep doing your best to please God, as shall I. Perhaps one day we could meet in heaven and discuss our differences…

      I’ll be standing near the back gate, smoking a cigar and drinking scotch.

    • autdrew

      I’ll probably be in the back with you if my tattoos are on my heavenly body. I hope to one day see the beatific vision of the Almighty God.this reminds me of the song “I can only imagine ” it’s about what we would do or say when that time comes.
      I hope I will one day see the face of Jesus Christ and ask all the questions I’ve always wanted to know. I want to hug the Blessed Mother, thank St Anthony for never letting me down. Thank my confirmation saint Mary Magdalene (patron saint of converts & penitent sinners) for reminding me to keep my eyes toward Him & not the world. I want to see my favorite dog & cat & my father.
      Then I’ll come and we will talk, drink & smoke lol. Hopefully, for the both of us, it won’t be any time soon. I came close in July and I’m not ready.a Blessed Easter to you brother

    • Gene Walker

      autdrew,

      Why believe what you know cannot be true, and was never taught in scripture?

      Do you believe that you eat Jesus’s flesh and drink His blood?

      Do you also believe that you have to perform the sacraments to receive His grace?

      Such belief is oxymoronic. Grace by definition is undeserved. No action that you perform can earn it. His grace is freely given in full to all who believe on His name. John 1:12 “But as many received Him, to them gave he the right t become children of God, even to them that believe on his name:…”

      The Passover celebration is a meal filled with symbolism, and allegory from it’s inception.

      During the Passover, Jesus took the matza, Matt 26:26″Jesus took bread, and blessed, and brake it; and he gave to the disciples and said, “Take, eat, this is my body.”

      Jesus took, at the 4th cup of the passover, the Matt 26:28 “cup of salvation/redemption, and declared “for this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many unto the remission of sins.”

      He said “this is my body” only in an allegorical sense. He would have been in violation of the Torah if he encouraged others to actually drink blood or eat flesh. He would then of not been a perfect spotless sacrifice for out sins.

      He called what they ate bread, not flesh. The matza was allegorical for the sacrifice that he would soon make on behalf of all mankind.

      He calls what they drank the “the blood of the covenant” not just “my blood”. He described it as “fruit of the vine” in vs 29, Grape juice or wine, not blood.

      Thus again allegorical to his impending sacrifice in accordance with the passover meal itself.

      The New Covenant he referred to was to the house of Israel and Judah, It is an addition to the Mosaic and Abrahamic covenants. It is found in Jeremiah 31:31-34 vs 33″..I will put my law in their inward parts, and in their heart I will write it, and I will be their god and they shall be my people”

      Eating and drinking completed the picture of putting His “law” in their “inward parts” as scripture says. Not drinking blood and eating flesh. that entire concept is idolatrous and an abomination.

      Unfortunately if you have believed the lie told by men, Roman Catholic church leaders, who assume they have sole authority to interpret and rewrite God’s word, then you are deceived and without foundation to faith in the Christ. Jesus himself warned you against such men in Matt 15:8-9 “…But in vain do they worship me. Teaching as their doctrines the precepts of men.”

      If you believe and love Jesus, the Messiah, then hold only to holy scripture, the doctrine of God as true. His law is written in the “inward parts” and “heart” of His church and is taught by the Holy Spirit.

    • TruckinMack

      In an allegorical sense, was Jesus telling us that helping others, that feeding the hungry was the body and blood of His calling? Not in a spiritual sense, per se, but in an actual ‘Feed them, they’re hungry.’ sense…

      Though once you start feeding others in Jesus name, the spiritual cannot be separated from the physical.

    • lisa413

      “one Must believe in “our” doctrines, communion,” “OUR communion”? Not God’s communion, “OUR communion”. Man made rules, not from God. God sent His son, Jesus, to fulfill the laws of the Old Testament. The pope is just a man. He is chosen by other MEN. The Vatican is made up of flesh and blood MEN. As a child of God, I don’t purposely want to offend Catholics. But their version of Christianity is not the be all and end all of being a true Christian. As a child, one of my best friends was Catholic and I went with her and her family to mass quite a few times. I always felt inferior because her family went to the alter for communion but I had to sit by myself till they were finished. Is that how God wants children to feel? I don’t think so.

    • autdrew

      Interesting. When I went to Mass with my friends, it made me want to be a part of it & receive communion. It didn’t make me feel bad because I was not a member of the Church. Btw, if you find yourself in this position again, all you need do is go up & cross your arms in front of your chest & the priest gives you a blessing.
      I don’t recall ever stating that the Pope was Not a man. We believe that it is the Holy Spirit guiding the hearts of the Bishops in the conclave to elect a new Pope. Even the bad Popes, perhaps it was meant as a lesson for all the Church to be less worldly and return to the spiritual.
      You believe that the Church is not the be all of Christianity. We believe that we & the Orthodox are the original Christians & were the only orthodox Christianity for nearly 1100 years, until fights between the Eastern Patriarchs and the Bishop of Rome (aka the Pope) caused a split in the body of Christ. There is 2000 years of history to back it up. That was very important to me on my journey. I wanted to see if I could find a church that had been around since the time of Jesus. I found the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church. Since the Orthodox don’t agree with the primacy of Peter, despite the scripture recording Jesus changing Simon Bar Jonah’s name to Peter (which means rock. If you read through the Bible, God only changes someone’s name when He is commissioning them to do His will. It is a BIG deal!) and saying On this rock I will build my Church and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it. Whatever you bind on earth will be bound in Heaven and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in Heaven.
      So we believe the words of Jesus Christ, through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, has kept the faith passed on by Jesus, through His chosen disciples, even through times when we had poor leadership, those Popes did not change any teachings, I believe it was to help us.
      As for being a child of God, I don’t recall saying the someone was Not a child of God. We are all children of God. That is a beautiful thing. As for you “trying to be nice to Catholics “(Christians). Why not trying to see US as children of God too? Are we not all brothers and sisters in Christ?

    • lisa413

      TruckinMack, I totally agree with you. I don’t believe God is pleased when we exclude others from our services. I believe God is an inclusive God, not exclusive God. I’m a 64 yr. old grandmother and a Christian. Growing up, when my parents took me to church, we went to an Episcopal church. My parents were good friends with the priest and his wife. We often went to their home after service for lunch. All of the adults, priest included, would drink and smoke. But I never new any difference until as an adult, I started yearning for a relationship with God. I ended up in a nondenominational church which was affiliated with the Assemblies of God (where I met my husband) and then later, to a Baptist church and then to a Four Square affiliated church.

      Years ago, my husband owned a small business. His assistant was getting married. She and her fiance are/were Mormons. We were quite surprised when she told us that we could come to the reception but wouldn’t be allowed to attend the wedding because we weren’t Mormons. I’ve always wondered how these types of faiths can recruit new members if they wont allow them to attend services. I DO know that my God calls everyone to worship Him, especially those who don’t already believe.

  • Tim

    You have a nihilist on your shirt

  • lisa413

    I do know one thing: God is not pleased when His followers argue over the insignificant aspects of man’s interpretations of His Word. No one will ever convince me that only those who are Catholic and take communion worship him properly. It is sad that anyone believes the man made rules only apply to those who have undertaken certain rituals. If you take communion and it makes you feel closer to God, that is awesome. But don’t ever condemn other believers for not living the way YOU think is pleasing to God. I’ve known many Catholics over the years who attend mass only to come out of the service and say and do things they know in their hearts is not pleasing to God. We are ALL sinners. Rituals don’t take away the sin. Asking God for forgiveness and believing in His son, Jesus is the ONLY way to Him.

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