Aug 292015
 

This is not in judgement but in observation.

Oh so many, so many love paintings, pictures of Jesus etc.and we see many of these in old churches, and some in modern churches ……  WHY?

Does it not somehow astound anyone, how similar all the pictures of Jesus through time are??

Why?  Is it from God or mammon.?

Does God command anywhere ‘make no graven image’ abbr ?

Secondly no one knows how Jesus looked like, in fact biblically he looked so common that the soldiers who came to arrest him had to ask; where is this Jesus.

Then if you look closely at some paintings or pictures, they add certain colours, such as red or blue and similar colours used in the catholic symbolism. When we study the bible we find God uses colours to portray certain teachings or link associations. Satan knows this well and the occult world does the same as we see the masonic, illuminati and catholic organisations use these to portray ‘messages’ and even use term within images of Jesus.  Consider what you do or worship here.

Lev_26:1  Ye shall make you no idols nor graven image, neither rear you up a standing image, neither shall ye set up any image of stone in your land, to bow down unto it: for I am the LORD your God.

Is it clear?  If not we read another even clearer command here in

Deu_5:8 You shall not make a graven image for you, any likeness of anything in the heavens above, or in the earth beneath, and in the waters from under the earth.

Here is God’s consequence……

Nah_1:14  And the LORD hath given a commandment concerning thee, that no more of thy name be sown: out of the house of thy gods will I cut off the graven image and the molten image: I will make thy grave; for thou art vile.

Similarly I abhor the crosses with or without the figure of Jesus, especially so prominent in catholic churches ?

I show a picture to demonstrate, look the the cross here, how it is bent which is occult symbolism. 

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We read here Roman Catholic author, Piers Compton, writing in his book, “The Broken Cross: Hidden Hand In the Vatican”, Channel Islands, Neville Spearman, 1981.

This Bent Crucifix is “… a sinister symbol, used by Satanists in the sixth century, that had been revived at the time of Vatican Two. This was a bent or broken cross, on which was displayed a repulsive and distorted figure of Christ, which the black magicians and sorcerers of the Middle Ages had made use of to represent the Biblical term ‘Mark of the Beast’. Yet, not only Paul VI, but his successors, the two John-Pauls, carried that object and held it up to be revered by crowds, who had not the slightest idea that it stood for anti-Christ.” (p. 72)

Has any person ever found in the  jesuspic1  scripture Jesus wearing red?

Or is the dragon spoken of in Revelations, red?  This is done so intently, wickedly!

“… the whole earth went after the beast in amazement and admiration. They fell down and paid homage to the dragon, because he had bestowed on the beast all his dominion and authority; they also praised and worshiped the beast …”

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  One Response to “Images and pictures of Jesus? Good or Bad?”

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    Pictures of Jesus, fall in the same category as crosses….To me, as decor’s they’re okay….You do not bow down before them, nor stand before them, in prayers, or adoration……

    No one, but no one, knows exactly what Jesus looks like today…..I have a picture of Jesus, given to me, by my Children years ago…..

    I also have a picture of the Last Supper, given to me by my parents years ago…..Yes, they hang on my walls, but, I seldom look at them, pretty much ignored…….