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cry-is-trash13: pocmemes: vinebox: i’m so in love with this bath bomb 😍 I had a server tell me about how he was harassed into going to a church baptism ceremony by a not so close friend and to get them off his back he agreedHe decided some time before that of he was going to be forced to do this he might as well have fun with it right? So he goes to lush and buys one of the black bath bombs, and cuts it in half. Now fast forward to the day of and he is wearing a small harness under his shirt that is keeping both haves of the bath bomb, one either shoulder blade. He volunteers to get baptisedThey take him up put him in the white robe and then he waits for his turn. Now the friend who invited him had no clue what he is doing. They are pleasantly surprised to see him participating. Honestly. A mistake on their part. I only knew this guy for a max of 45 minutes and I could already tell this dude was a chaos entity. So his turn comes up and they go to dunk him and the water immediately starts to foam and turn black and he starts screaming like a banchee jumps out the water and hisses at the priest Everyone fucking lost it and he was banned from ever attending that church again. So yeah all in all seems like a great thing to do for a hilarious story : cry-is-trash13: pocmemes: vinebox: i’m so in love with this bath bomb 😍 I had a server tell me about how he was harassed into going to a church baptism ceremony by a not so close friend and to get them off his back he agreedHe decided some time before that of he was going to be forced to do this he might as well have fun with it right? So he goes to lush and buys one of the black bath bombs, and cuts it in half. Now fast forward to the day of and he is wearing a small harness under his shirt that is keeping both haves of the bath bomb, one either shoulder blade. He volunteers to get baptisedThey take him up put him in the white robe and then he waits for his turn. Now the friend who invited him had no clue what he is doing. They are pleasantly surprised to see him participating. Honestly. A mistake on their part. I only knew this guy for a max of 45 minutes and I could already tell this dude was a chaos entity. So his turn comes up and they go to dunk him and the water immediately starts to foam and turn black and he starts screaming like a banchee jumps out the water and hisses at the priest Everyone fucking lost it and he was banned from ever attending that church again. So yeah all in all seems like a great thing to do for a hilarious story
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The Baptism of the Anti Christ (colourized, year unknown): vinebox i'm so in love with this bath bomb pocmemes jojo @cloutboyjojoo i should get baptized with this in my pocket...the whole church gone go crazy World Champ JR E @HarlemGetsMoney Replying to @cloutboyjojoo **water turns black The church: cry is trash13 I had a server tell me about how he was harassed into going to a church baptism ceremony by a not so close friend and to get them off his back he agreed He decided some time before that of he was going to be forced to do this her might as well have fun with it right? So he goes to lush and buys one of the black bath bombs, and cuts it in haf Now fast forward to the day of and he is wearing a small hamess under his shirt that is keeping both haves of the bath bomb one either shoulder blade He volunteers to get baptised They take him up put him in the white robe and then he waits for his turn. Now the friend who invited him had no clue what he is doing. They are pleasantly surprised to see him participating Honestly. A mistake on their part I only knew this guy for a max of 45 minutes and I could already tell this dude was a chaos entity So his turn comes up and they go to dunk him and the water immediately starts to foam and turn black and he starts screaming like a banchee jumps out the water and hisses at the priest Everyone fucking lost it and her was banned from ever attending that church again So yeah all in all seems like a great thing to do for a hilarious story Source vinebox2 82,219 notes The Baptism of the Anti Christ (colourized, year unknown)
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<p><a href="http://stillwaitingforaliens.tumblr.com/post/162206601056/libertarirynn-portraitsofsaints-happy-birthday" class="tumblr_blog">stillwaitingforaliens</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/162205580869/portraitsofsaints-happy-birthday-the-nativity-of" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://portraitsofsaints.tumblr.com/post/162198615092/happy-birthday-the-nativity-of-st-john-the" class="tumblr_blog">portraitsofsaints</a>:</p> <blockquote> <h2>HAPPY BIRTHDAY<br/>The Nativity of St. John the Baptist<br/>Saint John the Baptist</h2> <p><b>Died: 30 AD<br/>Feast day: June 24 (birth) August 29 (death)<br/>Patronage: convulsions, epilepsy, hailstorms, baptism, converts, lambs, Jordan<br/><br/>John the Baptist was the son of Zachary and Elizabeth and cousin of Jesus. John began his ministry around age 27, preaching a message of repentance to the people of Jerusalem. He converted many and prepared the way for the coming of Jesus. He Baptized Christ, after which he stepped away and told his disciples to follow Jesus. Imprisoned by King Herod and was beheaded.</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.portraitsofsaints.com/collections/all/all-images-st-john-the-baptist"><b>{website}</b></a></p> </blockquote> <p>Idk about Catholics but the Orthodox have like 4 or 5 feast days for St. John, including a few foe discoveries and rediscoveries of his head.</p> </blockquote> <p>I’m Roman Catholic, and I’d love to hear more about these Orthodox feast days for St. John’s head.</p> </blockquote> <p>We celebrate five feast days for St. John the Baptist: his birth, his death, and the first, second, and third finding of his precious head (I’m not being weird they literally call it “precious head”). </p><blockquote><p>First and Second Finding of the Head of St. John the Baptist (February 24). According to church tradition, after the execution of John the Baptist, his disciples buried his body at Sebaste, but Herodias took his severed head and buried it in a dung heap. Later, Saint Joanna, who was married to Herod’s steward,[6] secretly took his head and buried it on the Mount of Olives, where it remained hidden for centuries. </p><p>The First Finding occurred in the fourth century. The property on the Mount of Olives where the head was buried eventually passed into the possession of a government official who became a monk with the name of Innocent. He built a church and a monastic cell there. When he started to dig the foundation, the vessel with the head of John the Baptist was uncovered, but fearful that the relic might be abused by unbelievers, he hid it again in the same place it had been found. Upon his death, the church fell into ruin and was destroyed.</p> <p>The Second Finding occurred in the year 452. During the days of Constantine the Great, two monks on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem reportedly saw visions of John the Baptist, who revealed to them the location of his head. They uncovered the relic, placed it in a sack and proceeded home. Along the way, they encountered an unnamed potter and gave him the bag to carry, not telling him what it was. John the Baptist appeared to him and ordered him to flee from the careless and lazy monks, with what he held in his hands. He did so and took the head home with him. Before his death, he placed it in a container and gave it to his sister. After some time, a hieromonk by the name of Eustathius, an Arian, came into possession of it, using it to attract followers to his teaching. He buried the head in a cave, near Emesa. Eventually, a monastery was built at that place. In the year 452, St. John the Baptist appeared to Archimandrite Marcellus of this monastery and indicated where his head was hidden in a water jar buried in the earth. The relic was brought into the city of Emesa and was later transferred to Constantinople.</p> <p>Third Finding of the Head of St. John the Baptist (May 25). The head was transferred to Comana of Cappadocia during a period of Muslim raids (about 820), and it was hidden in the ground during a period of iconoclastic persecution. When the veneration of icons was restored in 850, Patriarch Ignatius of Constantinople (847-857) saw in a vision the place where the head of St. John had been hidden. The patriarch communicated this to the emperor Michael III, who sent a delegation to Comana, where the head was found. Afterwards, the head was again transferred to Nyc, and here on May 25, it was placed in a church at the court.</p></blockquote> (Source: Wikipedia): HAP ST.JO ST RACYLCHRISTIANSON WWw.PoRTR cww.RISTT RAITSOESAINTS.COM <p><a href="http://stillwaitingforaliens.tumblr.com/post/162206601056/libertarirynn-portraitsofsaints-happy-birthday" class="tumblr_blog">stillwaitingforaliens</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/162205580869/portraitsofsaints-happy-birthday-the-nativity-of" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://portraitsofsaints.tumblr.com/post/162198615092/happy-birthday-the-nativity-of-st-john-the" class="tumblr_blog">portraitsofsaints</a>:</p> <blockquote> <h2>HAPPY BIRTHDAY<br/>The Nativity of St. John the Baptist<br/>Saint John the Baptist</h2> <p><b>Died: 30 AD<br/>Feast day: June 24 (birth) August 29 (death)<br/>Patronage: convulsions, epilepsy, hailstorms, baptism, converts, lambs, Jordan<br/><br/>John the Baptist was the son of Zachary and Elizabeth and cousin of Jesus. John began his ministry around age 27, preaching a message of repentance to the people of Jerusalem. He converted many and prepared the way for the coming of Jesus. He Baptized Christ, after which he stepped away and told his disciples to follow Jesus. Imprisoned by King Herod and was beheaded.</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.portraitsofsaints.com/collections/all/all-images-st-john-the-baptist"><b>{website}</b></a></p> </blockquote> <p>Idk about Catholics but the Orthodox have like 4 or 5 feast days for St. John, including a few foe discoveries and rediscoveries of his head.</p> </blockquote> <p>I’m Roman Catholic, and I’d love to hear more about these Orthodox feast days for St. John’s head.</p> </blockquote> <p>We celebrate five feast days for St. John the Baptist: his birth, his death, and the first, second, and third finding of his precious head (I’m not being weird they literally call it “precious head”). </p><blockquote><p>First and Second Finding of the Head of St. John the Baptist (February 24). According to church tradition, after the execution of John the Baptist, his disciples buried his body at Sebaste, but Herodias took his severed head and buried it in a dung heap. Later, Saint Joanna, who was married to Herod’s steward,[6] secretly took his head and buried it on the Mount of Olives, where it remained hidden for centuries. </p><p>The First Finding occurred in the fourth century. The property on the Mount of Olives where the head was buried eventually passed into the possession of a government official who became a monk with the name of Innocent. He built a church and a monastic cell there. When he started to dig the foundation, the vessel with the head of John the Baptist was uncovered, but fearful that the relic might be abused by unbelievers, he hid it again in the same place it had been found. Upon his death, the church fell into ruin and was destroyed.</p> <p>The Second Finding occurred in the year 452. During the days of Constantine the Great, two monks on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem reportedly saw visions of John the Baptist, who revealed to them the location of his head. They uncovered the relic, placed it in a sack and proceeded home. Along the way, they encountered an unnamed potter and gave him the bag to carry, not telling him what it was. John the Baptist appeared to him and ordered him to flee from the careless and lazy monks, with what he held in his hands. He did so and took the head home with him. Before his death, he placed it in a container and gave it to his sister. After some time, a hieromonk by the name of Eustathius, an Arian, came into possession of it, using it to attract followers to his teaching. He buried the head in a cave, near Emesa. Eventually, a monastery was built at that place. In the year 452, St. John the Baptist appeared to Archimandrite Marcellus of this monastery and indicated where his head was hidden in a water jar buried in the earth. The relic was brought into the city of Emesa and was later transferred to Constantinople.</p> <p>Third Finding of the Head of St. John the Baptist (May 25). The head was transferred to Comana of Cappadocia during a period of Muslim raids (about 820), and it was hidden in the ground during a period of iconoclastic persecution. When the veneration of icons was restored in 850, Patriarch Ignatius of Constantinople (847-857) saw in a vision the place where the head of St. John had been hidden. The patriarch communicated this to the emperor Michael III, who sent a delegation to Comana, where the head was found. Afterwards, the head was again transferred to Nyc, and here on May 25, it was placed in a church at the court.</p></blockquote> (Source: Wikipedia)

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<p><a href="http://portraitsofsaints.tumblr.com/post/162198615092/happy-birthday-the-nativity-of-st-john-the" class="tumblr_blog">portraitsofsaints</a>:</p><blockquote> <h2>HAPPY BIRTHDAY<br/>The Nativity of St. John the Baptist<br/>Saint John the Baptist</h2> <p><b>Died: 30 AD<br/>Feast day: June 24 (birth) August 29 (death)<br/>Patronage: convulsions, epilepsy, hailstorms, baptism, converts, lambs, Jordan<br/><br/>John the Baptist was the son of Zachary and Elizabeth and cousin of Jesus. John began his ministry around age 27, preaching a message of repentance to the people of Jerusalem. He converted many and prepared the way for the coming of Jesus. He Baptized Christ, after which he stepped away and told his disciples to follow Jesus. Imprisoned by King Herod and was beheaded.</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.portraitsofsaints.com/collections/all/all-images-st-john-the-baptist"><b>{website}</b></a></p> </blockquote> <p>Idk about Catholics but the Orthodox have like 4 or 5 feast days for St. John, including a few foe discoveries and rediscoveries of his head.</p>: HAP ST.JO ST RACYLCHRISTIANSON WWw.PoRTR cww.RISTT RAITSOESAINTS.COM <p><a href="http://portraitsofsaints.tumblr.com/post/162198615092/happy-birthday-the-nativity-of-st-john-the" class="tumblr_blog">portraitsofsaints</a>:</p><blockquote> <h2>HAPPY BIRTHDAY<br/>The Nativity of St. John the Baptist<br/>Saint John the Baptist</h2> <p><b>Died: 30 AD<br/>Feast day: June 24 (birth) August 29 (death)<br/>Patronage: convulsions, epilepsy, hailstorms, baptism, converts, lambs, Jordan<br/><br/>John the Baptist was the son of Zachary and Elizabeth and cousin of Jesus. John began his ministry around age 27, preaching a message of repentance to the people of Jerusalem. He converted many and prepared the way for the coming of Jesus. He Baptized Christ, after which he stepped away and told his disciples to follow Jesus. Imprisoned by King Herod and was beheaded.</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.portraitsofsaints.com/collections/all/all-images-st-john-the-baptist"><b>{website}</b></a></p> </blockquote> <p>Idk about Catholics but the Orthodox have like 4 or 5 feast days for St. John, including a few foe discoveries and rediscoveries of his head.</p>

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<p><a href="http://sophisticatesophia.tumblr.com/post/158938521076/bellygangstaboo-a-white-kid-with-a-bowl-cut" class="tumblr_blog">sophisticatesophia</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://bellygangstaboo.tumblr.com/post/156485579720/a-white-kid-with-a-bowl-cut-scares-me-more-than-a" class="tumblr_blog">bellygangstaboo</a>:</p> <blockquote><p> A white kid with a bowl cut scares me more than a Syrian refugee fleeing war for a better life. <br/></p></blockquote> <p>I am sure it has been pointed out before but it should be said as often as possible. NONE OF THESE GUYS IS OR WAS CHRISTIAN. White does not equal Christian. </p> <p>McVeigh - The author of the definitive book on McVeigh said “McVeigh is agnostic. He doesn’t believe in God, but he won’t rule out the possibility. I asked him, “What if there is a heaven and hell?“He said that once he crosses over the line from life to death, if there is something on the other side, he will – and this is using his military jargon – “adapt, improvise, and overcome.” Death to him is all part of the adventure.” </p> <p>Lanza - Had severe mental issues “In later medical and education records, the authors saw repeated references to diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder. Lanza’s anxiety and social-emotional problems worsened as he got older.”  How dare anyone belittle severe mental problems and boil it down to attending Christian School when a child. </p> <p>Holmes’ only history with faith is that his family sporadically attended church. </p> <p>Dylan Roof - Although he went to church. White Supremacy is outside of any church doctrine. Just because you go to church does not make you a Christian. Infant baptism certainly does not make you a christian.  </p> <p>Lastly, none of these killers proclaimed what they were doing as on behalf of any faith. This is completely the opposite of what you find in Islam where the killers proclaim allahu akbar. </p> </blockquote>: A Once Great Nation @USARedOrchestra Follovw No Muslim Syrian refugee has killed a single American in the US These white Christian Americans have killed over 200 Americans in the US <p><a href="http://sophisticatesophia.tumblr.com/post/158938521076/bellygangstaboo-a-white-kid-with-a-bowl-cut" class="tumblr_blog">sophisticatesophia</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://bellygangstaboo.tumblr.com/post/156485579720/a-white-kid-with-a-bowl-cut-scares-me-more-than-a" class="tumblr_blog">bellygangstaboo</a>:</p> <blockquote><p> A white kid with a bowl cut scares me more than a Syrian refugee fleeing war for a better life. <br/></p></blockquote> <p>I am sure it has been pointed out before but it should be said as often as possible. NONE OF THESE GUYS IS OR WAS CHRISTIAN. White does not equal Christian. </p> <p>McVeigh - The author of the definitive book on McVeigh said “McVeigh is agnostic. He doesn’t believe in God, but he won’t rule out the possibility. I asked him, “What if there is a heaven and hell?“He said that once he crosses over the line from life to death, if there is something on the other side, he will – and this is using his military jargon – “adapt, improvise, and overcome.” Death to him is all part of the adventure.” </p> <p>Lanza - Had severe mental issues “In later medical and education records, the authors saw repeated references to diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder. Lanza’s anxiety and social-emotional problems worsened as he got older.”  How dare anyone belittle severe mental problems and boil it down to attending Christian School when a child. </p> <p>Holmes’ only history with faith is that his family sporadically attended church. </p> <p>Dylan Roof - Although he went to church. White Supremacy is outside of any church doctrine. Just because you go to church does not make you a Christian. Infant baptism certainly does not make you a christian.  </p> <p>Lastly, none of these killers proclaimed what they were doing as on behalf of any faith. This is completely the opposite of what you find in Islam where the killers proclaim allahu akbar. </p> </blockquote>

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