March 21, 2017

Chaos is increasing. And it's by design. ▶"Ordo ab chao": Order out of chaos◀

 “The only power you have over ME is the power given to you by GOD. The man who gave ME to you is guilty of a greater sin.” - JESUS
Chaos is increasing. And it's by design. 
"Ordo ab chao": Order out of chaos◀ 
that is the luciferian plan. Create massive chaos, and then bring their order out of it. Their New World Order, that's their goal. With it will come a global ruler... as written in the bible:
The Antichrist is a fallen angel and he will physically appear before the inhabitants of Earth. Satan will not only appear as a human being, but he will personate 
Jesus Christ!
JESUS answered, "You would have no power over ME if it were not given to you from above. Therefore the one who handed ME over to you is guilty of a greater sin."

“The only power you have over ME is the power given to you by GOD. The man who gave ME to you is guilty of a greater sin.”

4. Flogging and sentence (19:1–16):
Pilate, caught between his sense that Jesus was innocent of any crime and the clamor for his blood, had Jesus flogged (v. 1). He may have hoped that a punishment less severe than execution might both restrain Jesus and satisfy his accusers. Even so, the penalty was vicious, and the soldiers added their own refinements of torture and humiliation (vv. 2-3).
If this was Pilate's motive, then his further action was an attempt to placate the crowd with the spectacle of a man marred by harsh treatment but not worthy of death (vv. 4-5). His presentation of Jesus was heavy with unconscious irony (v. 5). Jesus was God's own Son and was indeed King of Israel, but he was believed by both Pilate and the Jews to be a mere man and a pretender to the kingly office.
The Jews, far from being pacified, cried out even more vehemently for Jesus' death (v. 6). By naming crucifixion, they acknowledged that the affair had passed irrevocably into Roman hands. Pilate responded with a taunt. He knew well that capital punishment was beyond their jurisdiction (cf. 18:31). In any case, stoning, not crucifixion, was the Jewish punishment for blasphemy.
The further accusation that Jesus had claimed to be the Son of God persuaded the superstitious Pilate to delve into the matter more deeply, but he had no success (vv. 7-10). To his plea for some response, Jesus told him that ultimate authority in his case came from beyond Pilate (v. 11). Jesus was amenable to God's will and God's timing, and God was the real mover in the events of that day. Even Pilate, acting for Rome, had no real autonomy in the case.
After further questioning, Pilate was of a mind to release Jesus, but the Jews wanted a conviction on the capital charge of sedition (v. 12). With their veiled threat to convey the tale of an unsatisfactory result to Caesar, the outcome was assured. Pilate's standing at the imperial court was already shaky, and he had no wish to face further scrutiny. So he capitulated, and about noon on the Friday of Passover week he condemned Jesus to death by crucifixion (vv. 12-16). The Jews revealed their spiritual condition by rejecting their true King and pledging allegiance to Caesar.

 John 19:11 “Jesus answered, Thou couldest have no power at all against me, except it were given thee from above: therefore he that delivered me unto thee hath the greater sin."
Jesus’ statement here indicates that even the worst evil cannot escape the sovereignty of God. Pilate had no real control (verses 10-11), yet still stood as a responsible moral agent for his actions. When confronted with opposition and evil, Jesus often found solace in the sovereignty of His Father.
“He that delivered me unto thee hath the greater sin”, could refer either to Judas or Caiaphas. Since Caiaphas took such an active part in the plot against Jesus (11:49-53), and presided over the Sanhedrin, the reference may center on him (18:30, 35).
The critical point is not the identity of the person but guilt because of deliberate high handed and coldly calculated act of handing Jesus over to Pilate, after having seen and heard the overwhelming evidence that He was Messiah and Son of God.
Notice that Jesus does not back down from Pilate. Jesus reminds Pilate that God was actually the one who arranged for Pilate to be the ruler here at this time. Jesus adds to this that these religious people (who should know better from the Scriptures), have committed a greater sin.
I personally believe these priests knew that this was Messiah, but they did not want to give up their authority in the church. At any rate, they should be guiltier, because they are sinning in full knowledge. Pilate was not a religious man and did not have the books of the law.

Order out of chaos:

Cuan Elgin: "The EFF says, "First crush the loyal 'house negro' so that the angry 'field negro' can crush the White master."

Ge Jooste:
5 March at 18:13
" Henry se moord het darem die nuus gemaak.Verspei dit asb .Dankie vir almal so ver .Henry's muder at least made it onto the news,unlike most murders in South Africa."


Totally Dependent Upon the Creator...

GOD Knows Your Needs...What Are You Worried About?

(Matthew 6:31-32)



Video: Maybe that's why I'm still here.. TO WARN YOU!

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Video: Bromo's fifth episode: "those in power" program, with the former South African president, Frederik de Klerk:


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