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Join 70+ nations united to worship the Lord Jesus! May 21, 2015

After this I looked, and behold, a great multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb (Revelation 7:9)

Stop what you are doing. Look in your diary for this Sunday. Ask yourself “Can I cancel that, and can I get to North London?”  If the answer is even “mmmm….maybe?” then DO IT!.  EVERYBODY is welcome. This trailer gives you some idea of what it will be like but  until you have actually been at a Jubilee Church London International Day it is hard to explain what awaits you.  We call it a rehearsal for heaven:

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  • AlanfromBigEasy

    One moral evolution has been on slavery.

    The Classic Philosophers from shortly before Plato to Justinian’s edict of 529AD closing the Athenian Academy – a thousand years of profound thought – never seriously questioned the basic morality of slavery. It was not until Thomas Paine (well known atheist), 17 Quakers and six other good men founded the first slavery abolition society in Philadelphia that the basic morality was questioned within Christian nations (shortly afterwards British Quakers came forward as well).

    This evolution was not well received by most churches of the day. For example, the Southern Baptist Convention split off from northern Baptists to defend their God given right to own, buy & sell slaves – including any children born into slavery.

    The Bible never spoke against slavery, yet it is universally considered a grave moral sin today.

    This moral evolution towards good can illustrate the path forward on dealing with people that are gay.