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Tuesday, 14 April 2020

Believe in Miracles The First Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ

Believe in Miracles 
The First Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ

Greetings to you my brothers and sisters, may the true knowledge of our Father continue the flourish in you always.

One of our sisters ask me was it by fate or was it by chance that our lord and saviour was able to do the things he did, a felt that I should share this with you all as well.

It was neither Fate nor by chance, but by the will of our Father that the deeds of Christ was performed, remember the two thieves that was crucified along with Christ,............. and one of them said to Christ..... Luke 23:41-43 ►........... 1"And we indeed are suffering justly, for we are receiving what we deserve for our deeds; but this man has done nothing wrong." 42And he was saying, "Jesus, remember me when You come in Your kingdom!" 43And He said to him, "Truly I say to you, today you shall be with Me in Paradise."

Well my sister and brothers here is the history of these thieves............... 

The first Gospel of the INFANCY of JESUS CHRIST. 

Chapter 8

1 Joseph and Mary pass through a country infested by robbers, 3 Titus, a humane thief, offers Dumachus, his comrade, forty groats to let Joseph and Mary pass unmolested. 6 Jesus prophesies that the thieves, Dumachus and Titus, shall be crucified with him, and that Titus shall go before him into Paradise. 

IN their journey from hence they came into a desert country, and were told it was infested with robbers; so Joseph and St. Mary prepared to pass through it in the night.
2 And as they were going along, behold they saw two robbers asleep in the road, and with them a great number of robbers, who were their confederates, also asleep.
3 The names of these two were Titus and Dumachus; and Titus said to Dumachus, I beseech thee let those persons go along quietly, that our company may not perceive anything of them:
4 But Dumachus refusing, Titus again said, I will give thee forty groats, and as a pledge take my girdle, which he gave him he had done speaking, that he might not open his mouth, or make a noise.
5 When the Lady St. Mary saw the kindness which this robber did shew them, she said to him, The Lord God will receive thee to his right hand, and grant thee pardon of thy sins.
6 Then the Lord Jesus answered, and said to his mother, When thirty years are expired, O mother, the Jews will crucify me at Jerusalem;
7 And these two thieves shall be with me at the same time upon the cross, Titus on my right hand, and Dumachus on my left, and from that time Titus shall go before me into paradise:

So you see my brothers and my sister if it we're by fate the thief would not have known and protected the Savior, and how was it that our Savior was able to communicate the future in his infant state, you see the thief and our lord remembered each other some thirty years later, this was done by the will of our father for our sake, for us to understand that the will of our father is even done in our lives even from our infancy, and not by Fate.

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