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180 Movie

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I've spoke about this film recently in an entry titled "The Amazing Miracle That We Call Natural". The "180 Movie" is my topic of discussion today. The Second Wednesday of every month is known as the 180 Day and to commemorate this day on iLoVeIt I'd like to share some news about this moving film. It is now available in Español!! There are over 20 countries where Spanish is the most common language spoken making the spread of the "180 Movie" even more convenient. Praise the Lord!

Here is the Spanish version of the "180 Movie":

Para obtener más informaciónacerca de los"180películas"mira aquí:

The English version can be found here:

Also my blog is now available in multiple languages for the convenience of others. I like to visit different sites but not all of them are in English and it would be very helpful to already have a translator o…

The Old Testament Versus The New Testament

I was discussing with a fella a few years back, the Old Testament versus the New Testament. You see he believed that the Old Testament was greater than the New Testament. He saw God as much stricter and he liked the rules God gave us back then. He thought the New Testament was too soft on people.

The New Testament is a fulfillment of the Old Testament. It has been said that the Old Testament is the New Testament concealed and the New Testament is the Old Testament revealed.
We see this in the first chapter of Matthew where Jesus' genealogy is listed. To anyone just coming in this just looks like a list of people but to those who've studied the Old Testament you see the type of people that God allowed to be apart of His Son's earthly family. 
Matthew 1:1-17 The Genealogy of Jesus 1 A record of the genealogy of Jesus Christ the son of David, the son of Abraham: 2 Abraham was the father of Isaac,    Isaac the father of Jacob,    Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers,
3 Judah…

Merry Christmas!

When Christmas was on it's way you heard Happy Holidays all the time in the US but when New Years came I kept hearing "Happy New Years!" You know Kwanzaa is still going on but no one is telling me "Happy Holidays" even though it's New Years and Kwanzaa! Yea, I see Happy Holidays as an attack on CHRISTmas. I'm not going to tell anyone Happy Kwanzaa because I don't celebrate it nor endorse it and most people won't either for the same reason. So why tell people to say Happy Holidays when they only celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah? Is it to make others comfortable? If some else feels offended or uncomfortable with greetings from a holiday they don't celebrate, first they should realize that people have freedom of speech and secondly that they can wish others a Happy (Whatever) also. This compulsion that media is creating to support saying Happy Holidays is bogus.

Happy New Years!!