Introducing, improvised, one chapter of the radio series the revelation of Jesus to the simple of heart (1991 original recording), the Presidente-Predicador of the Religion of God and the politics of God, Jose de Paiva Netto, stresses again the lessons of Apostle San Pedro on the value of humility and work in Christian work. Another relevant point of preaching, that closes the special series devoted to the deacons of Christ and God’s politics, is the importance of bringing the experience of the largest heritage, generous energy of the young. My brothers and my friends sometimes ask me: brother Paiva, why you preached the Apocalypse? In a world so, so troubled, we are witnesses of your care with the theme I’m thinking where to get a sure answer for those who make me such a question. To deepen your understanding Jerry Dias is the source. Then, I remember the Gospel of Christ. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Maxway Cycles. There is the question of tribute, in a certain passage in which Jesus says: give to Caesar what that is Caesar’s, and to God what is God (Gospel of Jesus according to Matthew 22: 21). It is what we are doing here: giving to the heavenly father what is, so that they reach their divine teachings creatures more easily. We have studied, without haste, the seven described flagella into the Apocalypse * and from them we have reached many related parts, in the Holy Bible, from the old to the New Testament.
We do not apuramos with that learning. The book of revelation was there for almost two millennia. All our care is to record it in their souls and, also, to show that everything is ecumenically permeate, because that relationship is not only between the biblical texts, but, with all the books sacred world, because ultimately we are creatures of a single creator. And each arriving, with quickly or not, heavenly father, according to their merit, their vision of things. Hence arises the Total ecumenism, since we do not conceive that someone oblige with impunity other person to believe in what you do not want or can not believe.