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Two Martyrs

Two Martyrs Christianity became firmly rooted in North Africa in the 200s, but the Roman emperors exerted every effort to pull it up. Among their targets: an urban bishop and a small-town pastor. The urban bishop was Thascius Caecilius Cyprianus, who...
by Laboring In The Lord on Aug 30, 2013

Burdens of Shaohao and Pandaren character models

The video series “The Burdens of Shaohao” by Blizzard is darn excellent. I’ve not yet got back to watch it all but what I have seen so far is fantastic. Great tone in the story and beautiful animation. It did … Continue readin...

Burdens of Shaohao and Pandaren character models

The video series “The Burdens of Shaohao” by Blizzard is darn excellent. I’ve not yet got back to watch it all but what I have seen so far is fantastic. Great tone in the story and beautiful animation. It did … Continue readin...

When my friends force me to go out while Im looking for employment

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by #reasonswhyidonthaveajob on Aug 22, 2013

Animation Monday: Wander Over Yonder

Time to talk about another great animated show that premiered on Disney Channel after the special Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel event!  Wander Over Yonder is created by Craig McCracken, the creative mind behind The Powerpuff Girls and Foster’...
by Geek Alabama on Aug 20, 2013

A Dog’s Tale

A Dog’s Tale God both guides and provides. He leads and feeds his people, and sometimes in ways unusual—as John Craig once learned. Craig was born in Scotland in 1512, studied at the University of St. Andrews, and entered the ministry. While livi...
by Laboring In The Lord on Aug 19, 2013

Rumor: Emperor Palpatine Could Return In ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’

Much to everyone's disappointment, D23 Expo attendees and Star Wars fans were disappointed to hear nothing about the upcoming Star Wars Episode VII from Disney Chief Alan Horn. The exec reiterated information that we already knew, that J.J. Abrams i...
by Geeks of Doom on Aug 14, 2013

Maximus

Maximus Maximus Confessor was born in Constantinople about 580. His family belonged to the old Byzantine aristocracy, and Maximus was afforded a good education. He proved an able leader and became Imperial Secretary under Emperor Heraclius. But he re...
by Laboring In The Lord on Aug 13, 2013

I Am a Christian!

I Am a Christian! The firestorm against the early Christians created a belief that martyrdom was the norm, something to be expected and even desired. When Emperor Diocletian forbade possession of Scriptures, Euplius, a Christian in Sicily, a deacon a...
by Laboring In The Lord on Aug 12, 2013

The Fall of Jerusalem

The Fall of Jerusalem Jesus warned of a time when Herod’s beautiful temple would be destroyed, but the disciples could hardly believe him. The temple was arguably the most magnificent structure in the world, and its glow in the setting sun seemed a...
by Laboring In The Lord on Aug 10, 2013

Death in the Catacombs

Death in the Catacombs The leaders of the early church included two men named Sixtus. The first served as bishop of Rome from about 117 to 127. Sixtus II occupied the same office in 257–258. The latter rose to the position during the unfortunate re...
by Laboring In The Lord on Aug 6, 2013

[dragon ball universe] kame house

Kame House es una casa pequeña que se encuentra en una isla en el medio del océano. En esta casa es la del Maestro Roshi y también temporalmente de Launch. Es también el lugar donde Krilin, 18 y su hija, Marron viven durante la Saga de Majin-Boo.
by DePapercraftBlog on Jul 27, 2013

Tang Dynasty is …

Tang Dynasty The Tang Dynasty, with its capital at Chang’an, which at the time was the most populous city in the world, is generally regarded as a high point in Chinese civilization—equal to, or surpassing that of, the earlier Han … Con...
by What is this ? on Jul 25, 2013

The Compromising Church Part 1

The Compromising Church Part 1 12 “Write to the angel of the church in Pergamum: “The One who has the sharp, double-edged sword says: 13 I know where you live—where Satan’s throne is! And you are holding on to My name and did not deny your fa...
by Laboring In The Lord on Jul 18, 2013

Exquisite Cruelty

Exquisite Cruelty The sickening crackle of flames attracted the attention of residents near the Circus Maximus in Rome July 18, 64. Trumpets sounded the alarm, but winds whipped the fire into an inferno that spread across the Eternal City, roaring un...
by Laboring In The Lord on Jul 18, 2013

A Little Relief

A Little Relief During the days of Emperor Trajan, John the Apostle, the last surviving of the twelve disciples, passed away of natural causes. Then Trajan himself fell ill, suffered a stroke, developed dropsy, and died in 117 at age 64. His widow co...
by Laboring In The Lord on Jul 10, 2013

A Little Relief

A Little Relief During the days of Emperor Trajan, John the Apostle, the last surviving of the twelve disciples, passed away of natural causes. Then Trajan himself fell ill, suffered a stroke, developed dropsy, and died in 117 at age 64. His widow co...
by Laboring In The Lord on Jul 10, 2013

Roman emperor is …

Roman emperor The Roman emperor was the ruler of the Roman State during the imperial period. The Romans had no single term for the office although at any given time, a given title was associated with the emperor. If a … Continue reading →...
by What is this ? on Jul 1, 2013

The Most Supreme Workstation Technology

The most recent in supreme workstation technology is the Emperor 1510 LX workstation developed by MWE Lab. For those who have actually wished to have the greatest when it comes down to convenience as well as awesomeness, the Emperor is exactly what y...
by Knowledgeable Ideas! on Jun 24, 2013

The Augsburg Confession

The Augsburg Confession “You are better off to have a friend than to be all alone,” said Solomon in Ecclesiastes 4:9. Martin Luther had Philipp Melanchthon. Melanchthon was younger, calmer, and smarter than Luther. Born in Germany in 1494, Philip...
by Laboring In The Lord on Jun 23, 2013


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