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    ![clio199nd00k24zsz88y30f8x_IMG_20220611_130045.webp](https://cdn.liketu.com/media/fasacity/images/clio199nd00k24zsz88y30f8x_IMG_20220611_130045/clio199nd00k24zsz88y30f8x_IMG_20220611_130045.webp)
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    My entry for the third edition of week 65 engagement which is based on social networks. My acknowledgement goes to the management and every participants for being active on this platform.
    One of the greatest assets I know is the gift of friends in fact good friends. Since I have grown to this extent, is not every one that I regard as a friend. The big question is who are my friends?
    My friend is someone who is sacrificial, patient, loving and caring that is ready to give all for me. My friend sticks closer than my brother. My friend is the reflection of my kind of personality. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
    The league of my friends tells a lot about me. There is a saying that says show me your friends and I will tell you who you're. That simply means your network of friends is the reflection of who you are.
    Recently we have a community of friends that we called like-minded. In this kind of group consists of different friends with different kinds of ideas, profession, skills, perception etc that congregate in order to proffer solutions to needs that confronts us. Since the emergence of this kind of network some of the life challenges has been tacked even though everything is not about money but having the right sense of understanding.
    A network of like minded where you can freely share and discuss your challenges is a very important platform. It's not just about an individual but the it's about the general members of such group. Everyone is blessed with a gift or talent that can add value to someone else.
    Will my network have my back when times are bad? Yes of course. I have been there and I still remain there reaping the benefits of true friendship.
    I could remember vividly when i was preparing for my wedding hmmm that's when I knew that there is power in having league of friends.
    My friends teamed up to a reasonable number, met and discussed how they can step in for the success of my wedding. I was thinking I was just dreaming not knowing it was reality in display. A month to the wedding, I started receiving some heavy alerts in my cellphone. I was shocked to my bones over such act of benevolence.
    I thought is just all about contribution of resources for the success of the wedding but I realised something Wow the day of the main event of the wedding. Early in the morning as we were preparing to step out to church behold everywhere was littered with my friends in their uniforms which gladdened my heart and added a very good colour to the wedding.
    LESSONS

    Before you maintain any network of friends, kindly identify your life's goal. Your goal or purpose on earth determine the kind of friends you'll keep. Vision, purpose and mission is very important.
    Don't be in a rush to pull friends just in the name of having network but allow time to define certain things.
    Your kind of network of friends is the function of who you are. Therefore be very careful in choice and association.
    Some friends are source of inspiration.
    CONCLUSION
    One of the outstanding thing in my life today is my best man during my wedding. I call him shock absorber and twin brother simply because he's a true definition of friend. He patiently bore all my weaknesses and projected it as strength hence today, I am better and always on the improving side.

    thanks for visiting my blog and all the comments appreciated.
    all pictures were my snapshots

    For the best experience view this post on Liketu


    ![clio18vu000hyaxsz74tafyb8_IMG_20220707_105636.webp](https://cdn.liketu.com/media/fasacity/images/clio18vu000hyaxsz74tafyb8_IMG_20220707_105636/clio18vu000hyaxsz74tafyb8_IMG_20220707_105636.webp)
    ![clio199nd00k24zsz88y30f8x_IMG_20220611_130045.webp](https://cdn.liketu.com/media/fasacity/images/clio199nd00k24zsz88y30f8x_IMG_20220611_130045/clio199nd00k24zsz88y30f8x_IMG_20220611_130045.webp)
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    My entry for the third edition of week 65 engagement which is based on social networks. My acknowledgement goes to the management and every participants for being active on this platform.
    One of the greatest assets I know is the gift of friends in fact good friends. Since I have grown to this extent, is not every one that I regard as a friend. The big question is who are my friends?
    My friend is someone who is sacrificial, patient, loving and caring that is ready to give all for me. My friend sticks closer than my brother. My friend is the reflection of my kind of personality. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
    The league of my friends tells a lot about me. There is a saying that says show me your friends and I will tell you who you're. That simply means your network of friends is the reflection of who you are.
    Recently we have a community of friends that we called like-minded. In this kind of group consists of different friends with different kinds of ideas, profession, skills, perception etc that congregate in order to proffer solutions to needs that confronts us. Since the emergence of this kind of network some of the life challenges has been tacked even though everything is not about money but having the right sense of understanding.
    A network of like minded where you can freely share and discuss your challenges is a very important platform. It's not just about an individual but the it's about the general members of such group. Everyone is blessed with a gift or talent that can add value to someone else.
    Will my network have my back when times are bad? Yes of course. I have been there and I still remain there reaping the benefits of true friendship.
    I could remember vividly when i was preparing for my wedding hmmm that's when I knew that there is power in having league of friends.
    My friends teamed up to a reasonable number, met and discussed how they can step in for the success of my wedding. I was thinking I was just dreaming not knowing it was reality in display. A month to the wedding, I started receiving some heavy alerts in my cellphone. I was shocked to my bones over such act of benevolence.
    I thought is just all about contribution of resources for the success of the wedding but I realised something Wow the day of the main event of the wedding. Early in the morning as we were preparing to step out to church behold everywhere was littered with my friends in their uniforms which gladdened my heart and added a very good colour to the wedding.
    LESSONS

    Before you maintain any network of friends, kindly identify your life's goal. Your goal or purpose on earth determine the kind of friends you'll keep. Vision, purpose and mission is very important.
    Don't be in a rush to pull friends just in the name of having network but allow time to define certain things.
    Your kind of network of friends is the function of who you are. Therefore be very careful in choice and association.
    Some friends are source of inspiration.
    CONCLUSION
    One of the outstanding thing in my life today is my best man during my wedding. I call him shock absorber and twin brother simply because he's a true definition of friend. He patiently bore all my weaknesses and projected it as strength hence today, I am better and always on the improving side.

    thanks for visiting my blog and all the comments appreciated.
    all pictures were my snapshots

    For the best experience view this post on Liketu
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  • WHAT IS A RELATIONSHIP ?

    Many people do not know the meaning of relationship or read different meanings to that word.

    A RELATIONSHIP is not about having a handsome boyfriend or having a beautiful girlfriend.

    It’s not about looking for a perfect person because there isn’t any perfect person on earth.

    It’s not about looking for a fair complexion or a rich person.

    Having a lot of money doesn’t mean that one has too much pure love.

    MONEY CAN’T BUY LOVE.

    A relationship is about finding someone who respects you.

    Who cares about you in anyway he/she can afford.

    Who understands you.

    Who is proud of having you.

    Who appreciates you the way you are .

    Who loves you the way you are.

    Who is faithful to you.

    Who knows how to comfort you.

    Who is supportive to you or in everything you are trying to do.

    Who knows how to encourage
    you to be your best.

    Who would accept the worst of you.

    Forgive you
    And who will go through everything without giving up on u.

    Such people are very rare to find these days.

    It takes God himself to bring you such person just like He did for Adam.

    But your relationship with God will be a major determinant in finding such person.

    If you have got such person already just keep that person.

    Handle him or her with care.

    Be honest & contented with that person and don't do anything to hurt or let down that special person.

    Remember, Relationship is a full time commitment/sacrifice and you must be willing to pay.

    Wishing you a Healthy , Respectful, Joyful , Happiness and Blessed Relationship.

    ๐Ÿ•ฏ๐Ÿ•ฏ
    WHAT IS A RELATIONSHIP ?

    Many people do not know the meaning of relationship or read different meanings to that word.

    A RELATIONSHIP is not about having a handsome boyfriend or having a beautiful girlfriend.

    It’s not about looking for a perfect person because there isn’t any perfect person on earth.

    It’s not about looking for a fair complexion or a rich person.

    Having a lot of money doesn’t mean that one has too much pure love.

    MONEY CAN’T BUY LOVE.

    A relationship is about finding someone who respects you.

    Who cares about you in anyway he/she can afford.

    Who understands you.

    Who is proud of having you.

    Who appreciates you the way you are .

    Who loves you the way you are.

    Who is faithful to you.

    Who knows how to comfort you.

    Who is supportive to you or in everything you are trying to do.

    Who knows how to encourage
    you to be your best.

    Who would accept the worst of you.

    Forgive you
    And who will go through everything without giving up on u.

    Such people are very rare to find these days.

    It takes God himself to bring you such person just like He did for Adam.

    But your relationship with God will be a major determinant in finding such person.

    If you have got such person already just keep that person.

    Handle him or her with care.

    Be honest & contented with that person and don't do anything to hurt or let down that special person.

    Remember, Relationship is a full time commitment/sacrifice and you must be willing to pay.

    Wishing you a Healthy , Respectful, Joyful , Happiness and Blessed Relationship.

    ๐Ÿ•ฏ๐Ÿ•ฏ
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  • [![](https://ipfs-3speak.b-cdn.net/ipfs/bafkreibp7j7v5isps3jtbjnioidlzgnq5vhufyry6hc2v6hcwotpiee4z4/)](https://3speak.tv/watch?v=fasacity/gptjwfge)

    [Watch on 3Speak](https://3speak.tv/watch?v=fasacity/gptjwfge)



    This is my entry for Hiveopenmic week 165. A cover titled how great thou art by @fasacity.
    I chose this song because it really ministered to me and also synchronised with the theme for the week.
    When I think about God's creatures, the birds, the seas etc I marvelled. His natural act is just amazing and awesome. I'm really in love with whatever God has done.
    He doesn't make mistakes like human being.
    Everything about Him is perfect and can't be questioned.
    The best way I can respond to God's love for my life is to sing of his greatness, majesty, splendor etc. In fact I am part of the nature he has made therefore I ought to give him glory/victory he deserves.
    God has given man the earth to dominate, multiply and take charge over everything. What you love is what you cherish. What you love is what you adore. What you love is what you exalt.
    My voice is still a challenge but I am optimistic that consistency and persistence would pave way for me someone day therefore kindly drop constructive criticism to spur me and mould me to be better.
    Lyrics
    O Lord my God, When I, in awesome wonder,
    Consider all the worlds Thy Hands have made;
    I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder,
    Thy power throughout the universe displayed.
    Chorus:
    Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
    How great Thou art, How great Thou art.
    Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
    How great Thou art, How great Thou art!
    When through the woods and forest glades I wander,
    And hear the birds sing sweetly in the trees.
    When I look down, from lofty mountain grandeur
    And see the brook, and feel the gentle breeze.
    Source
    ESP
    Esta es mi entrada para la semana 165 de Hiveopenmic. Un cover titulado how great thou art de @fasacity.
    Elegí esta canción porque realmente me ministró y también sincronizado con el tema de la semana.
    Cuando pienso en las criaturas de Dios, los pájaros, los mares, etc., me maravillo. Su obra natural es asombrosa e impresionante. Estoy realmente enamorado de todo lo que Dios ha hecho.
    No comete errores como los seres humanos.
    Todo en Él es perfecto e incuestionable.
    La mejor manera en que puedo responder al amor de Dios por mi vida es cantando su grandeza, majestad, esplendor, etc. De hecho, yo formo parte de la naturaleza que Él ha creado, por lo que debo darle la gloria y la victoria que se merece.
    Dios ha dado al hombre la tierra para que domine, multiplique y se haga cargo de todo. Lo que amas es lo que aprecias. Lo que amas es lo que adoras. Lo que amas es lo que exaltas.
    Mi voz sigue siendo un reto, pero soy optimista y creo que la constancia y la persistencia me allanarán el camino algún día, así que os ruego que me hagáis llegar críticas constructivas que me estimulen y me ayuden a mejorar.
    Letra
    Oh Señor mi Dios, Cuando yo, en asombroso asombro,
    Considero todos los mundos que Tus Manos han hecho;
    Veo las estrellas, Oigo los truenos,
    Tu poder se despliega por todo el universo.
    Estribillo:
    Entonces canta mi alma, Mi Dios Salvador, a Ti,
    Qué grande eres, qué grande eres.
    Entonces canta mi alma, mi Dios Salvador, a Ti,
    ¡Qué grande eres, qué grande eres!
    Cuando deambulo por los bosques y los claros del bosque,
    y oigo a los pájaros cantar dulcemente en los árboles.
    Cuando miro hacia abajo, desde la alta grandeza de la montaña
    Y veo el arroyo, y siento la suave brisa.
    Fuente

    3Speak


    [![](https://ipfs-3speak.b-cdn.net/ipfs/bafkreibp7j7v5isps3jtbjnioidlzgnq5vhufyry6hc2v6hcwotpiee4z4/)](https://3speak.tv/watch?v=fasacity/gptjwfge)

    [Watch on 3Speak](https://3speak.tv/watch?v=fasacity/gptjwfge)



    This is my entry for Hiveopenmic week 165. A cover titled how great thou art by @fasacity.
    I chose this song because it really ministered to me and also synchronised with the theme for the week.
    When I think about God's creatures, the birds, the seas etc I marvelled. His natural act is just amazing and awesome. I'm really in love with whatever God has done.
    He doesn't make mistakes like human being.
    Everything about Him is perfect and can't be questioned.
    The best way I can respond to God's love for my life is to sing of his greatness, majesty, splendor etc. In fact I am part of the nature he has made therefore I ought to give him glory/victory he deserves.
    God has given man the earth to dominate, multiply and take charge over everything. What you love is what you cherish. What you love is what you adore. What you love is what you exalt.
    My voice is still a challenge but I am optimistic that consistency and persistence would pave way for me someone day therefore kindly drop constructive criticism to spur me and mould me to be better.
    Lyrics
    O Lord my God, When I, in awesome wonder,
    Consider all the worlds Thy Hands have made;
    I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder,
    Thy power throughout the universe displayed.
    Chorus:
    Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
    How great Thou art, How great Thou art.
    Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
    How great Thou art, How great Thou art!
    When through the woods and forest glades I wander,
    And hear the birds sing sweetly in the trees.
    When I look down, from lofty mountain grandeur
    And see the brook, and feel the gentle breeze.
    Source
    ESP
    Esta es mi entrada para la semana 165 de Hiveopenmic. Un cover titulado how great thou art de @fasacity.
    Elegí esta canción porque realmente me ministró y también sincronizado con el tema de la semana.
    Cuando pienso en las criaturas de Dios, los pájaros, los mares, etc., me maravillo. Su obra natural es asombrosa e impresionante. Estoy realmente enamorado de todo lo que Dios ha hecho.
    No comete errores como los seres humanos.
    Todo en Él es perfecto e incuestionable.
    La mejor manera en que puedo responder al amor de Dios por mi vida es cantando su grandeza, majestad, esplendor, etc. De hecho, yo formo parte de la naturaleza que Él ha creado, por lo que debo darle la gloria y la victoria que se merece.
    Dios ha dado al hombre la tierra para que domine, multiplique y se haga cargo de todo. Lo que amas es lo que aprecias. Lo que amas es lo que adoras. Lo que amas es lo que exaltas.
    Mi voz sigue siendo un reto, pero soy optimista y creo que la constancia y la persistencia me allanarán el camino algún día, así que os ruego que me hagáis llegar críticas constructivas que me estimulen y me ayuden a mejorar.
    Letra
    Oh Señor mi Dios, Cuando yo, en asombroso asombro,
    Considero todos los mundos que Tus Manos han hecho;
    Veo las estrellas, Oigo los truenos,
    Tu poder se despliega por todo el universo.
    Estribillo:
    Entonces canta mi alma, Mi Dios Salvador, a Ti,
    Qué grande eres, qué grande eres.
    Entonces canta mi alma, mi Dios Salvador, a Ti,
    ¡Qué grande eres, qué grande eres!
    Cuando deambulo por los bosques y los claros del bosque,
    y oigo a los pájaros cantar dulcemente en los árboles.
    Cuando miro hacia abajo, desde la alta grandeza de la montaña
    Y veo el arroyo, y siento la suave brisa.
    Fuente

    3Speak
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  • Greetings bosses and welcome to my post.

    I really appreciate everyone for the support and engagement, thanks to you, I'm growing in the platform.

    This post will focus mainly in gender discrimination and I will answer some questions from the community team, so stay tuned bosses.

    Gender equality as well as inequality has been a major debate and is somewhat leading to a low tune problem in the nation and the females (no offense bosses) have always have this saying of "what a man can do, a woman can do more better," forgetting that they were created from the ribs of a man.
    ![](https://images.ecency.com/DQmWWy3ZAuPq9pFVWgJgrpvZEfsu4hznkBZTiwuaYGsGApu/images_7_.jpeg)
    [Img src](https://www.humanrightscareers.com/issues/what-is-gender-discrimination/)

    From my perspective, females are Godsent and are angelic beings who are very much beautiful. They are the best creation on earth and are the source of life.. yes, they are the source of earthly human life. Females are strong in endurance and are very close to the creator.

    *You need to witness child birth, it's one of the most beautiful sight on earth*

    Irrespective of these, I know that there is no doubt that there are some females who are as strong as males and there are males who are as weak as females but let's face the truth, the female gender are the weaker vessel, and as such, there are somethings they should do and some they should not do.

    *Hope you're following?*

    **HAVE I EVER BEEN DISCRIMINATED BECAUSE OF MY GENDER?**

    YES.. many times.

    Few weeks ago in my school, I tried tried to sweep my class due to the class was too dirty and there was no one in class because I was the first to come to class.

    I took the broom and got straight into action, and j swept the class to a very good extent before some ladies came in. When they stepped in and saw me sweeping the class, the rushed in and collected the broom from me while appologising for making me sweep the class. For me I was like: "it's cool, don't worry let me finish what I have started" but they refused, saying that I am a guy and it is not right for a guy to sweep in the presence of a female. I didn't actually take it as nothing but that action made me wondered, is it a taboo? Or something? I just respected their desires and gave them the broom to finish off, while I waited outside patiently.

    **HOW IT WENT FOR ME?**
    It was odd and unbelievable. In my house, my elder sister will be the one to send me to go and sweep it was sooo annoying because she will be doing nothing while telling me to sweep the house. If I report to my mom, she will say that I should respect my elder which I did.

    This incident made me think like: does that mean that my sister was wrong for sending me on this type of message and I was right? Does it mean my mom knew the wrongness in that act but she supported my sister because of seniority? I started asking myself different questions and the conclusion I came up with after a series of questions was that - everyone has a pattern in which they are raised and the path in which they follow as well as their different beliefs and as such, I shouldn't let mine interfere with theirs and I should not let theirs interfere with mine.

    *are you still there?*
    *Let's ride on*

    **HOW I HANDLED THE EVENT?**

    LIKE A BOSS

    Lol.. I tried my best to not let them notice that I use to sweep at home so that they would not know about myself. I reluctantly agreed to give them the broom to be a gentle man I am, and they got the message but they still insisted that I give them the broom which I did. After I did, everyone started calling me "husband material" which got me smiling

    From this event, I learnt that one should support a senior in the presence of their juniors but scold them in private because if a senior is scolded in the presence of their juniors, that senior will gradually loose respect.

    Additionally, I learnt that it is partially not right for a male to sweep in the presence of a female.

    **MEASURES I WILL TAKE TO STOP ALL FORMS OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION**

    A drop of rain cannot f
    Satisfy the thirst of desert dwellers, however, I alone cannot stop gender discrimination because it is something that is nationwide.

    If I am to stop it, I will have to gather some people who share the same mindset as me when it comes to gender discrimination. I will form an organization and lias with the government to solving this problem.

    A movement will be created which will involve reminding the people about their place in the family as a particular gender. When the people know perfectly their role in a given place, everyone will carryout their role swiftly without looking at the other person. Also, the females should be given a softer role because they are the weaker.

    Thank you for stopping by my post, I really appreciate it.

    See you in the next.



    Greetings bosses and welcome to my post.

    I really appreciate everyone for the support and engagement, thanks to you, I'm growing in the platform.

    This post will focus mainly in gender discrimination and I will answer some questions from the community team, so stay tuned bosses.

    Gender equality as well as inequality has been a major debate and is somewhat leading to a low tune problem in the nation and the females (no offense bosses) have always have this saying of "what a man can do, a woman can do more better," forgetting that they were created from the ribs of a man.
    ![](https://images.ecency.com/DQmWWy3ZAuPq9pFVWgJgrpvZEfsu4hznkBZTiwuaYGsGApu/images_7_.jpeg)
    [Img src](https://www.humanrightscareers.com/issues/what-is-gender-discrimination/)

    From my perspective, females are Godsent and are angelic beings who are very much beautiful. They are the best creation on earth and are the source of life.. yes, they are the source of earthly human life. Females are strong in endurance and are very close to the creator.

    *You need to witness child birth, it's one of the most beautiful sight on earth*

    Irrespective of these, I know that there is no doubt that there are some females who are as strong as males and there are males who are as weak as females but let's face the truth, the female gender are the weaker vessel, and as such, there are somethings they should do and some they should not do.

    *Hope you're following?*

    **HAVE I EVER BEEN DISCRIMINATED BECAUSE OF MY GENDER?**

    YES.. many times.

    Few weeks ago in my school, I tried tried to sweep my class due to the class was too dirty and there was no one in class because I was the first to come to class.

    I took the broom and got straight into action, and j swept the class to a very good extent before some ladies came in. When they stepped in and saw me sweeping the class, the rushed in and collected the broom from me while appologising for making me sweep the class. For me I was like: "it's cool, don't worry let me finish what I have started" but they refused, saying that I am a guy and it is not right for a guy to sweep in the presence of a female. I didn't actually take it as nothing but that action made me wondered, is it a taboo? Or something? I just respected their desires and gave them the broom to finish off, while I waited outside patiently.

    **HOW IT WENT FOR ME?**
    It was odd and unbelievable. In my house, my elder sister will be the one to send me to go and sweep it was sooo annoying because she will be doing nothing while telling me to sweep the house. If I report to my mom, she will say that I should respect my elder which I did.

    This incident made me think like: does that mean that my sister was wrong for sending me on this type of message and I was right? Does it mean my mom knew the wrongness in that act but she supported my sister because of seniority? I started asking myself different questions and the conclusion I came up with after a series of questions was that - everyone has a pattern in which they are raised and the path in which they follow as well as their different beliefs and as such, I shouldn't let mine interfere with theirs and I should not let theirs interfere with mine.

    *are you still there?*
    *Let's ride on*

    **HOW I HANDLED THE EVENT?**

    LIKE A BOSS

    Lol.. I tried my best to not let them notice that I use to sweep at home so that they would not know about myself. I reluctantly agreed to give them the broom to be a gentle man I am, and they got the message but they still insisted that I give them the broom which I did. After I did, everyone started calling me "husband material" which got me smiling

    From this event, I learnt that one should support a senior in the presence of their juniors but scold them in private because if a senior is scolded in the presence of their juniors, that senior will gradually loose respect.

    Additionally, I learnt that it is partially not right for a male to sweep in the presence of a female.

    **MEASURES I WILL TAKE TO STOP ALL FORMS OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION**

    A drop of rain cannot f
    Satisfy the thirst of desert dwellers, however, I alone cannot stop gender discrimination because it is something that is nationwide.

    If I am to stop it, I will have to gather some people who share the same mindset as me when it comes to gender discrimination. I will form an organization and lias with the government to solving this problem.

    A movement will be created which will involve reminding the people about their place in the family as a particular gender. When the people know perfectly their role in a given place, everyone will carryout their role swiftly without looking at the other person. Also, the females should be given a softer role because they are the weaker.

    Thank you for stopping by my post, I really appreciate it.

    See you in the next.

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  • 15 Interesting Facts About Ethiopia

    1. The Ethiopian calendar is different from the Georgian calendar. There are thirteen months in the Ethiopian calendar, which means they are currently in 2014.

    2. Ethiopians also measure the hours of a day to a different schedule based on the logic that the clock starts when the day does. Ethiopia, however, observes 13 calendar months per year. This makes the Ethiopian calendar 7 years behind the rest of the world.

    3. Ethiopia is the only African country never to have been brought under colonial rule. The Itàlians tried but failed woefully and were defeated by the solid Ethiopian forces.

    4. Ethiopia has the world's 0ldest Bible and the most unique.

    5. Ethiopia is home to one of the world's best coffee. In fact, coffee production is huge in Ethiopia.

    6. According to some archaeological findings, Ethiopia is the cradle of humànkind. Meaning lifè actually started in Ethiopia.

    7. In 1960, an Ethiopian named Abebe Bikila became the first Black African to win gold in the Olympics. He won it by running barefoot.

    8. Addis Ababa's name translates to ‘New Flower’ in Amharic. The city is one of the oldest cities in the world.

    9. Ethiopia is home to some of the world's tastiest, healthiest and most diverse cuisines on the continent of Africa.

    10. The biggest festival in Ethiopia, Timket, is a three-day annual festival that honours the baptism of Jesus Christ in the river Jordan. It's one of the world's largest festivals that takes place annually. The festival attracts millions of people from all over the world.

    11. Ethiopia has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the continent. Ethiopia takes first place as the African country with the most UNESCO World Heritage sites. There are 9 total ranging from religious sites to natural areas. Among them are the Simien National Park, Konso Cultural Landscape and the rock-hewn churches.

    12. Over 80 languages are spoken in Ethiopia. There are over 80 languages spoken with English being the language of educational systems in addition to local languages which include Oromo, Amharic, Somali and Tigrinya.

    13. Over half of Africa’s mountains are in Ethiopia. Along with Ethiopia’s incredible cultural and historical significance, the natural beauty is in a league of its own. In addition to a gorgeous landscape of low desserts and volcanic plateaus, Ethiopia is incredibly mountainous. In fact, around 70% of Africa’s mountains are in Ethiopia.

    14. Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest country. Originally founded in 980 BC, Ethiopia is the oldest independent nation on the continent. Additionally, Ethiopia has remnants of some of the most ancient human beings on earth dating back millions of years making it one of the most important archaeological areas in the world. Not only that, but it is the second most populated country with more than 106 million people.

    15. Ethiopia is the only country in the world with its own unique Alphabet.
    15 Interesting Facts About Ethiopia

    1. The Ethiopian calendar is different from the Georgian calendar. There are thirteen months in the Ethiopian calendar, which means they are currently in 2014.

    2. Ethiopians also measure the hours of a day to a different schedule based on the logic that the clock starts when the day does. Ethiopia, however, observes 13 calendar months per year. This makes the Ethiopian calendar 7 years behind the rest of the world.

    3. Ethiopia is the only African country never to have been brought under colonial rule. The Itàlians tried but failed woefully and were defeated by the solid Ethiopian forces.

    4. Ethiopia has the world's 0ldest Bible and the most unique.

    5. Ethiopia is home to one of the world's best coffee. In fact, coffee production is huge in Ethiopia.

    6. According to some archaeological findings, Ethiopia is the cradle of humànkind. Meaning lifè actually started in Ethiopia.

    7. In 1960, an Ethiopian named Abebe Bikila became the first Black African to win gold in the Olympics. He won it by running barefoot.

    8. Addis Ababa's name translates to ‘New Flower’ in Amharic. The city is one of the oldest cities in the world.

    9. Ethiopia is home to some of the world's tastiest, healthiest and most diverse cuisines on the continent of Africa.

    10. The biggest festival in Ethiopia, Timket, is a three-day annual festival that honours the baptism of Jesus Christ in the river Jordan. It's one of the world's largest festivals that takes place annually. The festival attracts millions of people from all over the world.

    11. Ethiopia has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the continent. Ethiopia takes first place as the African country with the most UNESCO World Heritage sites. There are 9 total ranging from religious sites to natural areas. Among them are the Simien National Park, Konso Cultural Landscape and the rock-hewn churches.

    12. Over 80 languages are spoken in Ethiopia. There are over 80 languages spoken with English being the language of educational systems in addition to local languages which include Oromo, Amharic, Somali and Tigrinya.

    13. Over half of Africa’s mountains are in Ethiopia. Along with Ethiopia’s incredible cultural and historical significance, the natural beauty is in a league of its own. In addition to a gorgeous landscape of low desserts and volcanic plateaus, Ethiopia is incredibly mountainous. In fact, around 70% of Africa’s mountains are in Ethiopia.

    14. Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest country. Originally founded in 980 BC, Ethiopia is the oldest independent nation on the continent. Additionally, Ethiopia has remnants of some of the most ancient human beings on earth dating back millions of years making it one of the most important archaeological areas in the world. Not only that, but it is the second most populated country with more than 106 million people.

    15. Ethiopia is the only country in the world with its own unique Alphabet.
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  • ๐™ฐ๐š–๐šŠ๐šฃ๐š’๐š—๐š ๐š‚๐š›๐š’ ๐™ป๐šŠ๐š—๐š”๐šŠ

    ๐”๐ง๐š๐ฐ๐š๐ญ๐ฎ๐ง๐š

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!

    • า“แดสŸสŸแดแดก แดœs , สŸษชแด‹แด‡ แดœs ๐Ÿป แด€ษดแด… ษขแด‡แด› ส€แด‡แด€แด…ส า“แดส€ แด€ษด แด€แดแด€แดขษชษดษข แดŠแดแดœส€ษดแด‡ส!

    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
    ๐™ฐ๐š–๐šŠ๐šฃ๐š’๐š—๐š ๐š‚๐š›๐š’ ๐™ป๐šŠ๐š—๐š”๐šŠ

    ๐”๐ง๐š๐ฐ๐š๐ญ๐ฎ๐ง๐š

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!

    • า“แดสŸสŸแดแดก แดœs , สŸษชแด‹แด‡ แดœs ๐Ÿป แด€ษดแด… ษขแด‡แด› ส€แด‡แด€แด…ส า“แดส€ แด€ษด แด€แดแด€แดขษชษดษข แดŠแดแดœส€ษดแด‡ส!

    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
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  • ๐™ฐ๐š–๐šŠ๐šฃ๐š’๐š—๐š ๐š‚๐š›๐š’ ๐™ป๐šŠ๐š—๐š”๐šŠ

    ๐”๐ง๐š๐ฐ๐š๐ญ๐ฎ๐ง๐š

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!

    • า“แดสŸสŸแดแดก แดœs , สŸษชแด‹แด‡ แดœs ๐Ÿป แด€ษดแด… ษขแด‡แด› ส€แด‡แด€แด…ส า“แดส€ แด€ษด แด€แดแด€แดขษชษดษข แดŠแดแดœส€ษดแด‡ส!

    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
    ๐™ฐ๐š–๐šŠ๐šฃ๐š’๐š—๐š ๐š‚๐š›๐š’ ๐™ป๐šŠ๐š—๐š”๐šŠ

    ๐”๐ง๐š๐ฐ๐š๐ญ๐ฎ๐ง๐š

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!

    • า“แดสŸสŸแดแดก แดœs , สŸษชแด‹แด‡ แดœs ๐Ÿป แด€ษดแด… ษขแด‡แด› ส€แด‡แด€แด…ส า“แดส€ แด€ษด แด€แดแด€แดขษชษดษข แดŠแดแดœส€ษดแด‡ส!

    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
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  • Beautiful sunset up in Paia. It's a cool little earthy spot on Maui. In fact they had a drum circle going on in the background.
    Beautiful sunset up in Paia. It's a cool little earthy spot on Maui. In fact they had a drum circle going on in the background.
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  • ๐™ฐ๐š–๐šŠ๐šฃ๐š’๐š—๐š ๐š‚๐š›๐š’ ๐™ป๐šŠ๐š—๐š”๐šŠ

    ๐”๐ง๐š๐ฐ๐š๐ญ๐ฎ๐ง๐š

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!


    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
    ๐™ฐ๐š–๐šŠ๐šฃ๐š’๐š—๐š ๐š‚๐š›๐š’ ๐™ป๐šŠ๐š—๐š”๐šŠ

    ๐”๐ง๐š๐ฐ๐š๐ญ๐ฎ๐ง๐š

    Unawatuna, a coastal town situated in the Southern part of Sri Lanka in Galle district is well known for its beautiful beaches and corals.
    The mythical and legendary backdrop of Unawatuna can be dug out from the epic discourse "Ramayana" by Valmiki. Hanuman, who was a warrier-monkey with super powers had been advised to bring five rare medicinal plants from Himalaya ( India) in order to cure Lakshman, who visited Srilanka to save an abducted princess called Sita.
    Even though Hanuman went back to India to find the medicinal plants he was unable to identify them and brought back a large part of the mountain Himalaya and dropped it in Sri Lanka, in the place where we identify as Unawatuna today. An alternative mythical story suggests that a prince who was shipwrecked reached the shore of Unawatuna with the help of the goddess Manimekalai.
    Though he was challenged by the fire which goddess Pattini set on the ground, he managed to create a Tsunami and reached Unawatuna. He has lived there for a long period of time.

    The colonial period of the country marks several milestones with regard to Unawatuna. The houses and other apartments built by the Dutch in this area include the Nooit Gadacht Hotel, Unawatuna Hospital and Maharambe.
    The Galle lighthouse or Edward's Pillar is known to be a fake lighthouse built during the first world war at Rumassala hill which is located in this area.

    Unawatuna being rich in its biodiversity, is popular for its mangrove growth, the vast variety of birds (such as egrets, sandpipers, herons, terns and kingfishes) and also for the coral reef which attracts divers. Even though the Unawatuna beach was attacked by Tsunami in 2004, it is still listed down as one of the best 100 beaches on earth.

    So, if you are planning on your journey to Sri Lanka, never think twice to write down Unawatuna beach-town as a must-visit!


    #travelsrilanka #travelphotography #travelling #SriLanka #tourism #tourismsrilanka #staysrilanka
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  • “5 June 2003 1: 30 Am
    There will be strange things happening to the sun, the moon, and the stars. On earth whole countries will be in despair, afraid of the roar of the sea and the raging tides. People will faint from fear as they wait for what is coming over the whole earth, for the powers in space will be driven from their courses. Then the Son of Man will appear, coming in a cloud with great power and glory. When these things begin to happen, stand up and raise your heads, because your salvation is near.”
    Luke 21:25โ€ญ-โ€ฌ28
    “5 June 2003 1: 30 Am
    There will be strange things happening to the sun, the moon, and the stars. On earth whole countries will be in despair, afraid of the roar of the sea and the raging tides. People will faint from fear as they wait for what is coming over the whole earth, for the powers in space will be driven from their courses. Then the Son of Man will appear, coming in a cloud with great power and glory. When these things begin to happen, stand up and raise your heads, because your salvation is near.”
    Luke 21:25โ€ญ-โ€ฌ28
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  • "God loves and celebrates life. So must we."

    You make known to me the path of life… (Psalm 16:11)

    For many in America today, the advent of June signals the beginning of what has been labeled “Pride Month” by the activist Left. Originally linked to what is called the “Stonewall Uprising,” Pride Month symbolizes glowing affirmation of LGBTQ identity.

    All June long, corporations and cultural institutions practically trip over themselves to promote their involvement in Pride Month, putting many Christians (or people who simply hold to a traditional sexual ethic) in difficult spots. When we try to watch a show at the end of a workday, our entertainment platforms drive us to Pride Month content. When buying a tube of toothpaste at our local big-box store, Pride Month displays greet us. When we watch sports, teams wear rainbow patches to celebrate Pride Month. The celebration of LGBTQ identity feels ubiquitous, and belies the claim that our public square is “neutral” and closed to assertive worldviews.

    ๐–๐ž ๐‹๐ข๐ฏ๐ž ๐ข๐ง ๐ƒ๐š๐ซ๐ค ๐ƒ๐š๐ฒ๐ฌ
    From many angles, the entire tone of June in America has shifted. It is one of aggressive approval of a heart attitude that the Word of God rebukes in no uncertain terms: pride. To be proud in one’s natural instincts and desires is to go against God at full velocity. It is to put oneself under certain threat of eternal judgment. Sin, after all, is at base nothing other than pride — it is choosing one’s way over God’s way, and one’s instinctual desires over God’s eternal truth. How we Christians should tremble and pray for all who exult in Pride Month. How we should reach out to them, and proclaim Christ in love to fellow sinners just like us.

    But we should not stop there. We have our own cause to celebrate in June. Our cause, quite simply, is life. In June 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, the devastatingly inhumane court decision that since 1973 has enabled the destruction of millions upon millions of children. In the long annals of public jurisprudence, one can scarcely find a more wicked measure than Roe. Yet in his all-wise providence, God saw fit to strike Roe down right in the middle of Pride Month. What a rebuke! What an otherworldly intervention.

    It’s hard to underplay just how shocking this development was and is. News of the coming overturning of Roe started leaking in early May 2022. Personally, I happened to be flying into D.C. for FRC meetings just as this news broke. It seemed too wonderful to be true: the most monstrously evil decision in modern American history was going to be struck down? The night after word got out, FRC staffer David Closson and I went to the Supreme Court. The tone was one of rage as countless young men and women protested the news. I scarcely knew what to do as David and I wound our way through the huge — and very angry — crowds. Was this real life?

    ๐‰๐ฎ๐ง๐ž ๐ˆ๐ฌ ๐‹๐ข๐Ÿ๐ž ๐Œ๐จ๐ง๐ญ๐ก, ๐๐จ๐ญ ๐๐ซ๐ข๐๐ž ๐Œ๐จ๐ง๐ญ๐ก
    It was indeed real life. But those days of dazed wonderment are over. Now, as in ancient Israel, have come the days of settled joy. No, the fight against abortion is not over, not by a long shot. But believers should celebrate genuinely God-given victories. We who are saved by grace would be ungrateful children indeed if we did not honor this great outcome in the public square, one akin to the ban on slavery in Wilberforce’s day. Toward that end, here’s my encouragement: all through June, celebrate “Life Month.”

    We should not do so in an obnoxious way. We are not fighting flesh and blood, after all. But in days that feel so dark, God has given us a great victory. This means that June is no longer a month for exalting human pride; June is a month for exalting God’s greatness. It is a time to rejoice in God’s gift of life, natural life, and spiritual life. God is our Creator, making every image-bearer such that every single unborn child has God-given dignity, worth, and purpose. God is also our Redeemer, making dead sinners live through the gospel message (Romans 1:16).

    There is no better message than this. It is far, far greater than the pagan gospel, the message that you will find true happiness by embracing your natural instincts and then finding affirmation from others in them. This is no gospel at all, in reality, and it leads to fleshly captivity. But according to the true gospel, there is a way out of this enslavement. God is not only Creator and Redeemer, but Lord. The risen and ascended Christ rules the cosmos. At present, his rule is a spiritual rule, calling us to forsake the flesh, join the visible church as members, and live by grace as salt and light in this realm. In human pride, there is slavery; in Christ alone, there is freedom.

    ๐†๐จ๐ ๐‹๐จ๐ฏ๐ž๐ฌ ๐‹๐ข๐Ÿ๐ž
    Our world loves death, for death is what following the father of lies gets you. But Christians love life, for life is what God delights to form, naturally but especially spiritually. So, in June, I encourage you: celebrate Life Month. Praise God for his grace. Share your celebration on social media. Create graphics and images, and promote them. Do podcasts about this. Don’t be silent; don’t be intimidated by our pagan culture into muteness. Speak, and don’t stop speaking. Pray, and don’t stop praying.

    Start serving at a pro-life work. In fact, work against abortion any way you can, recognizing the murder of an unborn child as a genuine crime, whatever complex factors may lead to the pursuit of one. Calmly engage someone who is celebrating Pride Month, and proclaim Christ to them. Lovingly tell them the truth about sin and the hope that is in Christ. No one is too far gone for God to save them. And no one who is saved is a hopeless case, an abandoned child of God, or too much of a spiritual failure to grow in grace. I repeat myself: for all of us, there is hope, infinite hope, in Christ (Colossians 1:27).

    June is Life Month. It cannot be otherwise. In June 2022, the Lord of heaven and earth saw fit to strike down the chief “right” (and rite) of the liberal worldview in the very month when that worldview was most glorified and praised. What an incredible move this was. God, you see, is not mocked. Nor is God asleep. To the contrary, the living personal God is active and working. This God is the God of dramatic reversals and breathtaking miracles. This God loves and celebrates life.

    ๐‘Š๐‘Ÿ๐‘–๐‘ก๐‘ก๐‘’๐‘› ๐‘๐‘ฆ ๐‘‚๐‘ค๐‘’๐‘› ๐‘†๐‘ก๐‘Ÿ๐‘Ž๐‘โ„Ž๐‘Ž๐‘›, ๐‘๐‘ข๐‘๐‘™๐‘–๐‘ โ„Ž๐‘’๐‘‘ ๐‘–๐‘› ๐‘‡โ„Ž๐‘’ ๐‘Š๐‘Ž๐‘ โ„Ž๐‘–๐‘›๐‘”๐‘ก๐‘œ๐‘› ๐‘†๐‘ก๐‘Ž๐‘›๐‘‘.
    "God loves and celebrates life. So must we."

    You make known to me the path of life… (Psalm 16:11)

    For many in America today, the advent of June signals the beginning of what has been labeled “Pride Month” by the activist Left. Originally linked to what is called the “Stonewall Uprising,” Pride Month symbolizes glowing affirmation of LGBTQ identity.

    All June long, corporations and cultural institutions practically trip over themselves to promote their involvement in Pride Month, putting many Christians (or people who simply hold to a traditional sexual ethic) in difficult spots. When we try to watch a show at the end of a workday, our entertainment platforms drive us to Pride Month content. When buying a tube of toothpaste at our local big-box store, Pride Month displays greet us. When we watch sports, teams wear rainbow patches to celebrate Pride Month. The celebration of LGBTQ identity feels ubiquitous, and belies the claim that our public square is “neutral” and closed to assertive worldviews.

    ๐–๐ž ๐‹๐ข๐ฏ๐ž ๐ข๐ง ๐ƒ๐š๐ซ๐ค ๐ƒ๐š๐ฒ๐ฌ
    From many angles, the entire tone of June in America has shifted. It is one of aggressive approval of a heart attitude that the Word of God rebukes in no uncertain terms: pride. To be proud in one’s natural instincts and desires is to go against God at full velocity. It is to put oneself under certain threat of eternal judgment. Sin, after all, is at base nothing other than pride — it is choosing one’s way over God’s way, and one’s instinctual desires over God’s eternal truth. How we Christians should tremble and pray for all who exult in Pride Month. How we should reach out to them, and proclaim Christ in love to fellow sinners just like us.

    But we should not stop there. We have our own cause to celebrate in June. Our cause, quite simply, is life. In June 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, the devastatingly inhumane court decision that since 1973 has enabled the destruction of millions upon millions of children. In the long annals of public jurisprudence, one can scarcely find a more wicked measure than Roe. Yet in his all-wise providence, God saw fit to strike Roe down right in the middle of Pride Month. What a rebuke! What an otherworldly intervention.

    It’s hard to underplay just how shocking this development was and is. News of the coming overturning of Roe started leaking in early May 2022. Personally, I happened to be flying into D.C. for FRC meetings just as this news broke. It seemed too wonderful to be true: the most monstrously evil decision in modern American history was going to be struck down? The night after word got out, FRC staffer David Closson and I went to the Supreme Court. The tone was one of rage as countless young men and women protested the news. I scarcely knew what to do as David and I wound our way through the huge — and very angry — crowds. Was this real life?

    ๐‰๐ฎ๐ง๐ž ๐ˆ๐ฌ ๐‹๐ข๐Ÿ๐ž ๐Œ๐จ๐ง๐ญ๐ก, ๐๐จ๐ญ ๐๐ซ๐ข๐๐ž ๐Œ๐จ๐ง๐ญ๐ก
    It was indeed real life. But those days of dazed wonderment are over. Now, as in ancient Israel, have come the days of settled joy. No, the fight against abortion is not over, not by a long shot. But believers should celebrate genuinely God-given victories. We who are saved by grace would be ungrateful children indeed if we did not honor this great outcome in the public square, one akin to the ban on slavery in Wilberforce’s day. Toward that end, here’s my encouragement: all through June, celebrate “Life Month.”

    We should not do so in an obnoxious way. We are not fighting flesh and blood, after all. But in days that feel so dark, God has given us a great victory. This means that June is no longer a month for exalting human pride; June is a month for exalting God’s greatness. It is a time to rejoice in God’s gift of life, natural life, and spiritual life. God is our Creator, making every image-bearer such that every single unborn child has God-given dignity, worth, and purpose. God is also our Redeemer, making dead sinners live through the gospel message (Romans 1:16).

    There is no better message than this. It is far, far greater than the pagan gospel, the message that you will find true happiness by embracing your natural instincts and then finding affirmation from others in them. This is no gospel at all, in reality, and it leads to fleshly captivity. But according to the true gospel, there is a way out of this enslavement. God is not only Creator and Redeemer, but Lord. The risen and ascended Christ rules the cosmos. At present, his rule is a spiritual rule, calling us to forsake the flesh, join the visible church as members, and live by grace as salt and light in this realm. In human pride, there is slavery; in Christ alone, there is freedom.

    ๐†๐จ๐ ๐‹๐จ๐ฏ๐ž๐ฌ ๐‹๐ข๐Ÿ๐ž
    Our world loves death, for death is what following the father of lies gets you. But Christians love life, for life is what God delights to form, naturally but especially spiritually. So, in June, I encourage you: celebrate Life Month. Praise God for his grace. Share your celebration on social media. Create graphics and images, and promote them. Do podcasts about this. Don’t be silent; don’t be intimidated by our pagan culture into muteness. Speak, and don’t stop speaking. Pray, and don’t stop praying.

    Start serving at a pro-life work. In fact, work against abortion any way you can, recognizing the murder of an unborn child as a genuine crime, whatever complex factors may lead to the pursuit of one. Calmly engage someone who is celebrating Pride Month, and proclaim Christ to them. Lovingly tell them the truth about sin and the hope that is in Christ. No one is too far gone for God to save them. And no one who is saved is a hopeless case, an abandoned child of God, or too much of a spiritual failure to grow in grace. I repeat myself: for all of us, there is hope, infinite hope, in Christ (Colossians 1:27).

    June is Life Month. It cannot be otherwise. In June 2022, the Lord of heaven and earth saw fit to strike down the chief “right” (and rite) of the liberal worldview in the very month when that worldview was most glorified and praised. What an incredible move this was. God, you see, is not mocked. Nor is God asleep. To the contrary, the living personal God is active and working. This God is the God of dramatic reversals and breathtaking miracles. This God loves and celebrates life.

    ๐‘Š๐‘Ÿ๐‘–๐‘ก๐‘ก๐‘’๐‘› ๐‘๐‘ฆ ๐‘‚๐‘ค๐‘’๐‘› ๐‘†๐‘ก๐‘Ÿ๐‘Ž๐‘โ„Ž๐‘Ž๐‘›, ๐‘๐‘ข๐‘๐‘™๐‘–๐‘ โ„Ž๐‘’๐‘‘ ๐‘–๐‘› ๐‘‡โ„Ž๐‘’ ๐‘Š๐‘Ž๐‘ โ„Ž๐‘–๐‘›๐‘”๐‘ก๐‘œ๐‘› ๐‘†๐‘ก๐‘Ž๐‘›๐‘‘.
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