Monday, 1 December 2014

The Church of the Living God follows its birthplace

The Church of the Living God follows its birthplace to the Church which was established in Jerusalem in the biblical period. We take after the same teachings, conventions and practices secured then. 

Mr. Roderick C. Meredith, who manages the Church, was one of the first evangelists who requested in December 1952, the now expired Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong. For a century Mr. Meredith has declared reality of God lecturing the good news of the kingdom with force to a great many individuals through your posts, numerous flyers and several articles composed by him. 

The Church of the Living God directs an overall work. Notwithstanding radio and TV in English Mr. Meredith and Mr. Richard Ames evangelist, the Church patrons programs in French and Castilian with Mr. Mario Hernandez. 

It is vital that all our dear perusers completely comprehend that we in this work, who are accountable for the generation of magazines, the radio and TV program Tomorrow's World, and all who in any capacity tune in the work Church of the Living God, we are completely committed to the assignment of restoring missional Christianity! 

When you read our articles and leaflets or listening to The World Tomorrow program, it is vital to have a reasonable thought of ​​where we originate from. We mean to keep lecturing and showing the same message of Jesus and the early missionaries. We try to restore, in all otherworldly angles, the lifestyle that Jesus and the messengers taught. Furthermore, under the direction of the Spirit of God, keep on lecturing the enlivened predictions of the Bible and warnings for the individuals who need to find out about what's advancing. 

The time of God's intercession in human undertakings and the Apocalypse is impending. It is basic that you and your friends and family to guarantee they truly have a place with Jesus Christ, the Christ of the Bible. That is worshiping God "in soul and in truth" (John 4:23) and that you are a piece of the genuine Church of God, which shows and practices Apostolic Christianity, the Christianity of Jesus and the early messengers. "He who has an ear, given him a chance to listen.

Thursday, 14 March 2013


Mundo may refer to:

  1. Mundo, or "world" in Spanish and Portuguese
  2. Mundo (river), river in south-eastern Spain
  3. Mundo, California, unincorporated community in Imperial County
  4. Mundo (album), 2002 album by Rubén Blades
  5. Mundo (Hun), descendant of Attila the Hun
  6. Mundo (character in League of Legends)

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Pine Grosbeak

The Pine Grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator) is a large member of the true finch family, Fringillidae. It is found in coniferous woods across Alaska, the western mountains of the United States, Canada, and in subarctic Fennoscandia and Siberia. During winter, pine grosbeaks in parts of North America move southward, bringing them as far south as the upper Midwest and New England in the United States, but sometimes even further south, especially during an irruption. This species is a very rare vagrant to temperate Europe; in all of Germany for example, not more than 4 individuals and often none at all have been recorded each year since 1980.

Thursday, 8 December 2011

Tricolored Heron

The Tricolored Heron (Egretta tricolor) formerly known in North America as the Louisiana Heron, is a small heron. It is a resident breeder from the Gulf states of the USA and northern Mexico south through Central America and the Caribbean to central Brazil and Peru. There is some post-breeding dispersal to well north of the nesting range.

Tricolored Heron's breeding habitat is sub-tropical swamps. It nests in colonies, often with other herons, usually on platforms of sticks in trees or shrubs. In each clutch, 3–7 eggs are typically laid.
This species is about 56 cm (22 in) long, with a 96 cm (38 in) wingspan and weighs 350 g (12 oz). It is a medium-large, long-legged, long-necked heron with a long pointed yellowish or greyish bill with a black tip. The legs and feet are dark.

Adults have a blue-grey head, neck, back and upperwings, with a white line along the neck. The belly is white. In breeding plumage, they have long blue filamentous plumes on the head and neck, and buff ones on the back.

Tricolored Heron stalks its prey in shallow or deeper water, often running as it does so. It eats fish, crustaceans, reptiles, and insects.