By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
Jesus has been appearing all over the world and has been seen by many who even took photos of Him. While some might discount my claim as bizarre I will prove it. Jesus as I dicovered can be seen and it is not difficult to have Him appear to you as well. You can speak to Him and even photograph Him yourself. I will show you how to do it and it works every time. All you need to do is to follow a few instructions very carefully.
By “seeing Jesus” I don’t mean finding Him as in being “saved” or finding Him during a worship service through an emotional spiritual uplifting experience or finding Him as a baby laying in a miniature manger under your Christmas tree or in an apparition of some sort. I mean you can see Jesus as in alive. By now you might think that this is some sort of a trick, a prank and you are being trapped. No. There are no traps here. And the methods used to see Jesus do not involve some recitation of a prayer or special formula. They involve practical instructions from the Bible itself.
What you first need to do is to obtain a special blessing by getting into a spiritual state I call “obtaining Jesus’ double blessings” and how you do this is simple. In His beatitudes Jesus said: “blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” This is the first blessing you need to obtain. And then He says “Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” (Matthew 5:10-12) This is the second blessing.
In other words, in order to see Jesus you must first walk the walk, not just talk the talk. So you need to do the right things, the type of things that makes people hate you. Helping an elderly lady cross the street is nice, but it will not make people hate you so that will not work. You need to do the type of godly things that when one looks up your name, or asked about you, they will find enough false accusations and slander that the foolish folks believe it and therefore they end up hating you. You must first accomplish this or else you do not qualify to see Jesus since you will lack the special double blessings.
This will not take much to do these days, even here in the U.S. Just expose the evils of lets say homosexuality, Islam or hereseys and you are on your way to becoming “blessed” in a short time and the more they hate you the more you are blessed and the more you will see Jesus. The whole process should take a day or two by just talking to some folks whom you thought are your friends at church. In other words, if you are more concerned about being approved by your peer, you speak the latest theological interpretation that sounds hip, such as becoming more accepting of homosexuals, worried about your image not wanting to appear as too judgmental since sin is all the same as if man laying with another man is the same as if a kid got caught with his hand in a cookie jar as to undermine the degenerating societal sicknesses and all the spiritual decay that surrounds you. Such attitude will not get you “blessed” no matter how much you make-believe. You will still however see Jesus, but not in the flesh, you can still spot Him in your imaginations.
Society today does not condemn you for being openly accepting of the homosexual lifestyle. No one will condemn you if you say that its not about religion, its about Jesus, that we all worship the same God as Muslims, Christians and Buddhist. No one is going to hate you for that. You must be either loved by your die-hard few Christians or hated by your fellow church members for going against the heretical tide that is weeping Christendom. There is no in between.
And there is yet another step to obtain the status of “tripple blessed”, sort of an extra third blessing and then you can instantly see Jesus, that is if you aid the other “blessed” folks who are hated and obtained the first two blessings above. Jesus calls those who helped the persecuted as “blessed by my Father” in Matthew 25:34 who are recognized for participating during the dark days in which Jesus specifically tells his followers that the suffering will be interrupted by “the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory” (24:30).
It is a crucial time prior to His coming in which the king will use his authority to separate the flock of blessed sheep from the cursed goats (25:34). Indeed, if all were “saved” who are these “goats”? They are the ones who did not obtain the “hated” “insulted” and “slandered” status.
But as for the “sheep”, it is here that the blessed ones of the beatitudes foreshadow Jesus’ eschatological teaching regarding the ones who suffered and the ones who helped the suffering “for I was hungry and you gave Me food; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; I was naked and you clothed Me; I was sick and you visited Me; I was in prison and you came to Me.” (Matthew 25:35-36) And so when they ask Him ‘Lord, when did we see You hungry and feed You, or thirsty and give You drink? When did we see You a stranger and take You in, or naked and clothe You? Or when did we see You sick, or in prison, and come to You? (Matthew 25:37-39) “And the King will answer and say to them, ‘Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me.’” (Matthew 25:40)
By now you are probably less interested in seeing Jesus and if so, you need to be concerned because Jesus tells us that He is these very suffering Christians. In a way, you can see Jesus now by sort of juxtaposing His image every time you see these suffering persecuted brethren. Perhaps in this next photo you can tell us which one is Jesus:
If you are dissapointed at my analogy, you should also be disappointed at Jesus Himself for using the same analogy. Indeed, Jesus is appearing and can be spotted when you spot Him in the images of the persecuted Christians.
So lets drill down the list from top to bottom as to see where Jesus suffers so you can spot His appearances, visit Him and even spend time with Him.
First of all, organizations that monitor persecution differ in their view. The US Center for the Study of Global Christianity has estimated that 100,000 Christians are killed for their faith yearly while Open Doors estimates that 322 Christians are killed every month for their faith, 214 churches and properties are destroyed per month, and more than 772 forms of violence against Christians take place. So on average today there will be 7-8 churches burned down. Rescue Christians believes that church burning even extends to the United States. Just see how easily you can find a church that was burned down, call the poor pastor and see what you can do to help just by clicking on this link or by monitoring church burnings every now and then. American Christians too suffer persecution.
Pew Research Center has said that Christians today face some form of discrimination in 139 countries while the Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need found that religious freedom had deteriorated in 55 of the 196 countries it studied over recent months. This would be a quarter to three-quarters of the world’s nations Christians are persecuted and predominately by Muslim countries. So you can spot Jesus in at least one quarter of earth.
The top ten persecutors of Christians are North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Maldives, Pakistan, Iran and Yemen.
You can even witness to folks by using Christian persecution. The shocking truth is that 80 per cent of all acts of religious discrimination today (1) are directed at Christians. Why does the devil focus more on persecuting Christians more than any other group unless Christianity is the truth? And if you want to find the best church find the one that is gossiped and slandered the most. Go to Youtube and find the most hated pastors who are portrayed as clowns, idiots, dumb and out of style and you found yourself a good church. The more the fad hates him the better he is.
Perhaps the reason is that Christianity is the shocking truth, not Islam, Hinduism or Buddhism whom all act as persecutors. The persecution against Shiites is predominately a civil war within Islam itself and has nothing to do with Christians.
Lets not forget that the most violent anti-Christian pogrom of the early 21st century saw upwards of 500 Christians hacked to death in 2008 by machete-wielding Hindus at Orissa in India and 85 people were massacred in Pakistan last year and more than 100 injured which Rescue Christians aided 13 and paid for their hospital care including the restoration of 150 million rupees (1.5 million dollars) stolen money in aid by pressuring and exposing Bishop Humphrey Peters of the Anglican Peshawar Diocese who swindled the government funds that was allotted for the families who lost loved ones.
After years of dealing with the issue of Christians persecution, the saddest part of all this is that Christian aid for persecuted Christians is predominately a dirty business in which tons of money is provided with little that actually goes to aid in persecution cases. Thankfully, Rescue Christians is one of few, its not as we escaped getting bamboozled every now and then by fakes, but by the first quarter of this new coming year, Rescue Christians would have saved nearly six thousand Christians from utter annihilation thanks to a few contributors who are predominately from the United States. Americans are generous, specifically generous Republicans give twice as much as democrats in America and democrates usually give, but at many times for the wrong causes.
When I first talked the talk, I recall that everywhere I went speaking about terrorism, Americans always asked: what can we do? This was new to me coming from a background that we talked too much and offered little. It took a few years to realize, I am not gonna please Jesus by going to speaking engagements, but in what I actually do. I saw America as a nation of people with a limitless supply of real jerks I mostly found in universities but also a limitless supply of real doers, movers and shakers and regular folk who want to make all the difference. What I love the most about America is that it is a nation that loves adoption more than any other. They would not mind taking the supply of the whole earth of unwanted children so that the weasles even make monopolies and charge an arm and a leg for every child. You find an American making a difference in almost every spot in the globe.
But since our ultimate goal is finding Jesus, perhaps you can find Him at times by searching for the types of persecutions He receives which vary; Churches are being burned and worshippers slaughtered in Nigeria and Egypt, which has seen its worst anti-Christian activity in recent years and in Saudi Arabia they are currently purchasing Christian organs.
Persecution of Christians in China is said to be on the increase and in North Korea a quarter of Christians live in forced labor camps for refusing to join the cult of the state’s founder Kim Il-sung.
In Pakistan there are Christians in jail for blasphemy and 100 thousand Christians are literal slaves who serve in kilns making bricks just as it was in the times of Moses where our organization, Rescue Christians focuses the most on freeing Christian slaves. So we entered the slave trade business and we were quickly engulfed into seeing Jesus every day of our life. Folks think we at Rescue Christians suffer when in fact we rejoice more than most since we see Jesus thousands of times. Here is a recent photo of Jesus when He was a child seen in Pakistan:
I have seen folks argue that Jesus is white or light dark since He was Jewish or even black. Truth is, He is all of the above and even at times appears in oriental eyes and even as dark as Africans.
According to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, although Christians make up less than 5 per cent of the Iraqi population, they account for 40 per cent of refugees there.
In 2003, prior to the US-led invasion, Iraq had 1.5 million Christians. That number is now down to 400,000. Two thirds of Christians in Iraq are no longer in the oldest place where Christianity first began. A little more than a decade ago, Mosul had 60,000 Christians and now zero Christians are in Mosul. In Mosul Jesus was driven out of the temple.
About 40 per cent of Christians have left Syria since the start of the civil war there three years ago.
Now you believe us? Told you, the story is true, Jesus has been spotted, sighted and seen all over the globe. Everyone sees Jesus everyday, but few feed and even visit Him. Now that you have seen Him, why are you so disappointed?
You most likely clicked on this article hoping to see an apparition or a sighting of some sort and were excited at the prospect to see how Jesus looked like and now you are probably disappointed because “He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to him, nothing in his appearance that we should desire him. He was despised and rejected by mankind, a man of suffering, and familiar with pain. Like one from whom people hide their faces he was despised, and we held him in low esteem.” (Isaiah 53:2-3)
Below is proof and surprize of the work we have done this month alone in Pakistan, with each family testifying of their suffering and the fact they were rescued by you. Our Christmas gift to you our dearest supporters. Each testimony is precious:
We have been hard at work in December saving the lives of persecuted Christians in Pakistan. In the last few weeks we have saved 40 families from the Brick Kilns that is about 300 people. We will save a further 300 more families (2000 people approximately) in the first quarter of 2015. We can only do this because you provide us with the resources to be able to buy their freedom. Just as Oscar Schindler purchased the lives of over a thousand Jews you are purchasing and redeeming the lives of thousands of persecuted Christians.
Each life costs us about $80.00 ($600 per family) with that money we pull the family away from fear, destitution, poverty, hopelessness, and overnight they have new hope and a life where they can live in dignity and enough money to support themselves with a home, good food and proper employment. Our teams in Pakistan are performing miracles and will continue do so. There are 20,000 Christian families in slavery and we will with the help of God and your support release all of them over the next few years. This is the best Christmas Gift that we can offer to you our supporters. God Bless you and may you all have a blessed Christmas and Happy New year. To support our ongoing work to save our brethren please click here.
(1) According to the International Society for Human Rights, a secular group, 80% all acts of religious discrimination today are against Christians.