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Incarnation / The Eternal Ruler

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Incarnation / The Eternal Ruler

Incarnation/The Eternal Ruler (Based on songs "Rebirth/The Eternal Ruler" by death metal band Hate Eternal) [Incarnation - Instrumental section] Born in a manger To save His people from enslavement, So righteousness may thus ensue. Foretold Christ Who shall end the age of wickedness, Hence all empires now shall fall. Now among us He is, Now one of us He is, The Savior of this world. The eternal Ruler From the dust shall rise, And establish God's Kingdom! Manifestation Of the rule of Heaven here on Earth, The true Lord over all. Are we the ones who shall heed the King's call, Or reject Him over this world's pleasures? The Messiah's come

Beyond Zion (ver.2)

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Beyond Zion (ver.2)

Deep within the lands of Israel, On mounts outside Jerusalem, On a cross of pain, the King is slain, Crushed by the will of our God, HaShem. Atonement for our ungodly kin, The Lamb as a ransom for sin; Frail pierced skin, our deaths therein, To rise in new life together with Him. A tomb prepared for the Son of God; A day of rest, the work is done. O ye decay! Ye stay away! Thy sting is vain on the Holy One. Deep within the lands of Israel, HaShem's right hand is proclaimed. He's paid the price, His dead shall rise; His gift to all who trust in His name. The grave is sacked with the dawn; Its might is grass, its house is burne

Sea Dios Exaltado -- Let God be Exalted

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Sea Dios Exaltado -- Let God be Exalted

Sea Dios exaltado, el Alto y Sublime, el que habita con el humilde y quebrantado. Los cielos proclaman el poderío del Creador, quien moró en una tienda con los hijos de Israel. La tierra está llena de la gloria del Hacedor, que se hizo frágil criatura en vientre de mujer. Y la fuerza de todo ser proviene del único Dios, que nació pequeño en un pesebre, el Hijo del hombre. El Señor habita en gloria invisible, en Su alto trono, y aquí, anduvo como hombre, junto a los oprimidos. Él es siempre fiel, y digno de toda lealtad, y aquí, fue traicionado, y sus ovejas dispersadas. É

Destroyer of Death

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Destroyer of Death

Destroyer of Death (based off the song "Destroying Divinity" by death metal band Monstrosity) He's come to the realm of our flesh, Ready to die and pay for our sins, Preaching good news; The Kingdom's come within our reach. Betrayed in the dark, Slain by dead men as God had decreed, To conquer His foes, The Son of God shall rise. Crucified And buried in shame, Yet decay failed to strike the One. Resurrected And given the Name, To rule from the Throne of God. Destroying the works of demonic hordes, Sending out prophets to call back His sheep, Proclaiming the might of the Lord of lords, Shaming false gods, the Caesar and all in-between. Wa

Fieles -- Faithful

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Fieles -- Faithful

Fieles Lo que vi en los ojos de Adán, cuando declaró vida en el nombre de su mujer, Lo que vi en los ojos de Abel, cuando trajo su ofrenda a la puerta de Edén, Lo que vi en los ojos de Eva, cuando de Mis manos recibió a su hijo Set, Lo que vi en los ojos de Enoc, cuando anduvo conmigo hasta que le tomé. Lo que vi en los ojos de Noé, al oír Mis palabras de esperanza al hombre, Lo que vi en los ojos de Abraham, cuando puso su promesa en ofrenda a Mí, Lo que vi en los ojos de Isaac, cuando se dejó atar por amor a Mi nombre, Lo que vi en los ojos de Israel, cuando pidió Mi bendición e
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Incarnation / The Eternal Ruler

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Incarnation / The Eternal Ruler

Incarnation/The Eternal Ruler (Based on songs "Rebirth/The Eternal Ruler" by death metal band Hate Eternal) [Incarnation - Instrumental section] Born in a manger To save His people from enslavement, So righteousness may thus ensue. Foretold Christ Who shall end the age of wickedness, Hence all empires now shall fall. Now among us He is, Now one of us He is, The Savior of this world. The eternal Ruler From the dust shall rise, And establish God's Kingdom! Manifestation Of the rule of Heaven here on Earth, The true Lord over all. Are we the ones who shall heed the King's call, Or reject Him over this world's pleasures? The Messiah's come

Beyond Zion (ver.2)

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Beyond Zion (ver.2)

Deep within the lands of Israel, On mounts outside Jerusalem, On a cross of pain, the King is slain, Crushed by the will of our God, HaShem. Atonement for our ungodly kin, The Lamb as a ransom for sin; Frail pierced skin, our deaths therein, To rise in new life together with Him. A tomb prepared for the Son of God; A day of rest, the work is done. O ye decay! Ye stay away! Thy sting is vain on the Holy One. Deep within the lands of Israel, HaShem's right hand is proclaimed. He's paid the price, His dead shall rise; His gift to all who trust in His name. The grave is sacked with the dawn; Its might is grass, its house is burne

Sea Dios Exaltado -- Let God be Exalted

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Sea Dios Exaltado -- Let God be Exalted

Sea Dios exaltado, el Alto y Sublime, el que habita con el humilde y quebrantado. Los cielos proclaman el poderío del Creador, quien moró en una tienda con los hijos de Israel. La tierra está llena de la gloria del Hacedor, que se hizo frágil criatura en vientre de mujer. Y la fuerza de todo ser proviene del único Dios, que nació pequeño en un pesebre, el Hijo del hombre. El Señor habita en gloria invisible, en Su alto trono, y aquí, anduvo como hombre, junto a los oprimidos. Él es siempre fiel, y digno de toda lealtad, y aquí, fue traicionado, y sus ovejas dispersadas. É

Destroyer of Death

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Destroyer of Death

Destroyer of Death (based off the song "Destroying Divinity" by death metal band Monstrosity) He's come to the realm of our flesh, Ready to die and pay for our sins, Preaching good news; The Kingdom's come within our reach. Betrayed in the dark, Slain by dead men as God had decreed, To conquer His foes, The Son of God shall rise. Crucified And buried in shame, Yet decay failed to strike the One. Resurrected And given the Name, To rule from the Throne of God. Destroying the works of demonic hordes, Sending out prophets to call back His sheep, Proclaiming the might of the Lord of lords, Shaming false gods, the Caesar and all in-between. Wa

Fieles -- Faithful

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Fieles -- Faithful

Fieles Lo que vi en los ojos de Adán, cuando declaró vida en el nombre de su mujer, Lo que vi en los ojos de Abel, cuando trajo su ofrenda a la puerta de Edén, Lo que vi en los ojos de Eva, cuando de Mis manos recibió a su hijo Set, Lo que vi en los ojos de Enoc, cuando anduvo conmigo hasta que le tomé. Lo que vi en los ojos de Noé, al oír Mis palabras de esperanza al hombre, Lo que vi en los ojos de Abraham, cuando puso su promesa en ofrenda a Mí, Lo que vi en los ojos de Isaac, cuando se dejó atar por amor a Mi nombre, Lo que vi en los ojos de Israel, cuando pidió Mi bendición e

With Everlasting Kindness

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With Everlasting Kindness

With everlasting kindness God will have mercy on me. No longer am I forsaken, No longer am I grieved. “The mountains shall depart, the hills be removed, But My kindness shall not depart from you Nor My covenant of peace be removed,” Says the Lord, who has mercy on you. Let the wicked forsake his way. Let the unrighteous man forsake his thoughts. Let them return to the Lord And He will have mercy nonstop. For the Lord says “My ways are not your ways And My thoughts are not your thoughts. For as heaven is high above earth, So My ways are higher than your ways. So My thoughts are higher than your thoughts.”

Presented as His Glorious Bride

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Presented as His Glorious Bride

Accepted in the beloved. Presented as His glorious bride. Filled with the Holy Spirit. With Christ, the Hope of Glory inside. Without Him I can do nothing. But through Him, there's nothing I can't do. He's filled me to overflowing. For other things I have no room. I am filled to the full With Him who restores my soul. I am empowered with the strength Of Him whose love is measureless, Measureless in length. I am kept by the grace Of Him who said 'seek My face.' I am wearing the armor, Of Him who has adopted me, Adopted me as daughter. No longer am I a stranger or a foreigner. No longer am I without hope in this world. Forever I am a parta

The Bible Project

The Bible Project

Creative, intelligent and entertaining short videos that summarize books and themes of the Bible.  We just came across them and are so excited to share this excellent resource with you! :happybounce:  Here is a video explaining what the videos are about: These amazing videos were/are being created by Tim MackieA pastor at Door of Hope church, a professor of biblical studies at Western Seminary, and skateboarder. Jonathan CollinsHis goal is to discover the big ideas that make us more human and then figure out how to explain complicated concepts in simple ways. He is a co-Founder of Sincerely Trumanand Epipheo. Gerry BreshearsGerry is on the

Arise

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Arise

I was but dead bones until He arrived. His bones, not broken but nailed; He was a man despised. On a cross, this man bled and died. This is the Messiah, crucified. But these dead bones, they shall arise. His body bleeding its holy sacrifice, He gave up His Spirit, His life. His living red ink a gift to His bride, pouring out from His hands, out from His side. But through Him these dead bones shall arise. His bones, His body, lay for three days’ time. Then came a still, small voice, whispering: arise. Dead bones arise I am reconciled. Dead bones arise I am justified. Dead bones arise I am alive, I am a new creation, I

Spotlight

Blessing from God -- Bendicion de Dios

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Blessing from God -- Bendicion de Dios

Blessing from God YHWH alone is God and He alone is Lord and King. His name be glorified in the heavens and His hand be exalted up high. Praise YHWH in every land, Praise Him in all the ends of the earth, For He has sent forth His salvation And revealed His holy arm. He has redeemed His people, The seed of Israel, His possession, For the sake of His glory And His love for Jacob's tents; His promise to Abraham's seed, The blessing to all nations. Jerusalem saw the blood Of the Servant of YHWH, The atonement and forgiveness For His people's iniquities, Jacob's rebellion, And Adam's transgression. For us all, the Holy One carried The weight of
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I'm a Christian, Chilean, engineering student, hobbyist artist. I have written stuff, I have drawn stuff, I have sang stuff, I have composed stuff, and maybe a few others. Here I try to put a little bit of everything I have xD

Misc.:
Current Residence: Los Ríos, Chile
Occupation: student, later engineering if God allows
Favourite genre of music: Christian music, and some death metal
Favourite style of art: visual, musical, lyrical
Wallpaper of choice: supercars, cd cover artwork, a few Deviations, and landscape pics I take sometimes! (Mostly of beautiful skies)
Favorite cartoon characters: Batman, Eoku (Karas), Kraken (SS), Iapetos (SS), Deadpool, Magneto, Joker, etc.

Favourite Movies
Lord of the Rings, Hobbit, Avatar, MCU films, Dark Knight saga, etc. For different reasons, also The Passion of the Christ.
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Worshippers of Christ firstly (even metal ones:Impending Doom, Mortification...); and metal: Opeth, Megadeth, Amon Amarth, DT, Kataklysm, TBDM, Decapitated, Hate Eternal, etc.
Favourite Books
Bible: Romans, Hebrews, Ephesians, Gospels, 1 John, James, Psalms, Isaiah, Proverbs, Deuteronomy, 1&2Peter, 1&2Corinthians, Genesis, Galatians, Malachi, etc., I'd probably list all of them.
Favourite Writers
I know too few xd. Still, I know One who is awesome (and His name is the Holy Spirit of God)
Favourite Games
Various titles from the Mega Man, Need For Speed, Crash Bandicoot, Bomberman, Metroid and Pokémon series. Also God of War.
Favourite Gaming Platform
PC xD or GBA or NES xd
Other Interests
Christian apologetics, theology, repentance, seeking the Holy Spirit, worship... and on the other side ("earthly" things), engineering, math, home audio, metal music, drawing, cars, entrepreneurship...
Doing lots of work in college and studying a lot! Not much time for art this time of year :/... But still, may the Lord be exalted in all of this!! And may the fruit thereof be ultimately for the glory of His name.

long time no submit

long time no submit

umm well it's been long since i actually logged in to upload anything. not that i've been very active artistically xD.. just uploaded what I had scanned recently. Some are really old and some are not. I'm getting to go to college again =D was kinda missing it. well that's about it XDDD

starting XP

starting XP

today i was looking for pics of the Gundam DeathScythe. eventually i came here. i had been in this site a lot of times before but never as a member, just visiting and getting amazed by stuff. since i didn't find a deathscythe pic that was exactly my tastes (though i found a lot of very cool ones) i finally decided to do one myself and felt like showing it. now i've finished the drawing (still painted nothing though, cuz i ain't a very good painter XD) so it should be the first thing i upload. that's pretty much eeverything for now.

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Is the God of the Bible a just God? Christians say he is. But what does it mean to be just? Well, let's look at one story from the Old Testament. This is not the kind of story they teach to kids at Sunday school, or make Hollywood movies about, so you may not be familiar with it. But you can read it yourself in Numbers 31. God commanded Moses and the Israelites to destroy the people of Midian, a tribe of tens of thousands or more. So Moses sent 12000 of the soldiers armed with swords to destroy them. They killed all the Midianite men, and returned with the women and children as captives. But Moses chastized the soldiers for not obeying God's command fully, and he ordered them to "Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves." It is hard to imagine that every last man and woman in this entire tribe was so evil that they deserved to be destroyed, in what can only be called genocide. Surely, a creator could punish behavior of the individual, not the group. When you paint evil with a broad brushstroke like this, you invaribly cause collateral damage. There must've been some innocent adults in a society this size, and all of the children were surely blameless. But the Bible makes no apologies for this. By the way, what were the Midianites guilty of? The Bible says "And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, Vex the Midianites, and smite them: For they vex you with their wiles, wherewith they have beguiled you in the matter of Peor." Which means they tempted the Israelites to engage in idolatry. That's right, genocide for idolatry, and the tempting of idolatry. If you think that that is just, you need to rethink what justice is. While no justice system is perfect, today, a good justice system demands one thing, that the punishment should fit the crime. This is not the case in this story, and the Bible is full of stories like this, with God getting fed up, and destroying whole populations, including the entire world except for eight people in the case of Noah, without regard for the innocent. I know Christians that say "God is the ultimate authority, so if you go against him, no punishment, even the eternal kind, is too harsh." But that is absurd, the level of punishment should fit the severity of the crime, not the level of authoirty of the lawgiver. If I steal 1000 dollars, I should go to jail. If I steal 1000 dollars from the President of the United States, should I get the electric chair? Apply the Biblical principles to present day civilized society, and you will see how ridiculous they are. Clearly, we have learned how to be more civilized and fair since these Draconian stories were written by primitive people. And even more important, how can the merciless slaughter of innocent children be justified in any way by a just and loving God? Surely, the children could be spared, but Christian apolgists speaking on this very issue say that "God knew the children would grow up to be as evil as their parents." By this logic, should we kill all teenagers before they get a driver's liscense, because we know that some of them will commit vehicular manslaughter? If God knew their future, then he could have prevented them from being born, or prevented their future sins in a multitude of other ways. And yet, he chose to have them stabbed and slashed to death. And what of the young virgin girls, all 32000 of them? Moses said "They should be kept alive for yourselves." You can figure out what that means. They were treated as property. As the spoils of war, along with the gold, livestock, and all the other possessions that were taken unapologetically by God's people. Women in the Bible, are nearly always treated as property. Something else the Bible teaches and never admonishes, but we know it's not right today. Whether this story is true or not, what is the point of the story? Why did the writers include this story in the Bible in the first place? One Christian apologist, Matthew Henry, describes the moral of the story this way, quote, "The whole history shows the hatefulness of sin, and the guilt of tempting others. It teaches us to avoid all occasions of evil, and to give no quarters to inward lusts." On quote. So, God slaughtered a whole society, including innocent children, to make a point that sin is bad and that we should avoid it. Wow. This is an ends justify the means of argument. It's ok to slaughter children, as long as you can show how powerful you are, and how much we should fear, and obey you. This is not justice. Children, suffering for the sins of their parents, or for their ancestors, is a horrible idea, that we see condoned, even commanded, many times in the Bible, which leads me to the very gospel of Jesus, the central theme of Christianity itself. The New Testament teaches, that since the first man and woman sinned against God, we are all sinners. "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God; Being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus." Even good people are doomed at birth to an eternity of torment, regardless of what we do in life. Why should anyone be doomed to burn, for the sins of Adam and Eve? We don't punish the children of murderers. So why should a just God punish us for an inherited sinful nature, rather than our actual actions? Guilt by inheritance is absurd and unfair, but God offers us a chance at redemption, a loophole. He took our sins, and put them on Jesus on the cross as a scapegoat. Apparently, he can magically assign guilt however he wants, so that Jesus could pay the price for our sins. This makes no sense whatsoever. First of all, the two main reasons to have a justice system, are to punish those who do bad things and to deter bad behavior in the future. This doctrine accomplishes neither. If I can do anything I want, and then invoke the loophole, I've avoided justice, and I don't have to fear punishment in the future, even if I continue to do bad things. On the other hand, if I'm a good person, who just doesn't believe in this nonsense, I get to burn for eternity. Remember that punishment should fit the crime. This violates that in the extreme, and once I'm in Hell, I can never do bad things again, so what is the point of continued torment? Why not just destroy me? Does God get pleasure out of seeing me suffer, ad infinitum, if he knew so many would not choose to believe without evidence, or would believe in other Gods instead, why create us in the first place? Is God a kind of kid pointing a magnifying glass at ants to burn them for fun, and how does one human sacrifice solve anything anyway? Jesus didn't go to Hell for eternity, so he didn't actually pay the price we supposedly owed, not even the price of a single person, let alone that of every believer that was ever saved. I've never seen a problem with mankind that a human sacrifice could fix. I'm reminded of late night infomercials, in which psuedo-scientific huxters try to convince me I have a problem that I don't, and then try to sell me the solution, the Bible tells me I'm doomed to Hell, and then tries to sell me redemption, for the low price of surrendering my critical thinking skills. It is clear to me that the Bible was not written or inspired by a God, but by superstitious, fearful, tribal, ignorant, misogynistic, men, with a very poor sense of how to deal with bad behavior. A God surely would know that a fair and effective justice system strives to punish only the guilty, for their actions, not their thoughts or beliefs, punishes only in proportion to the severity of the crime, and never allows scapegoating or loopholes. Our modern society works this way. We treat our children this way. Why should we expect anything less from a God who created us? And a God who created us would know that.
ll-Bisto-llHobbyist Traditional Artist
Hello there.

You speak of a lot of things here. Even if you had limited yourself to one or two of them, I currently don't have the time to respond to you with the appropriate thoroughness that your sincere questions and comments warrant.

Nonetheless, and I know this probably sounds ridiculous to you, but there are answers, of very different kinds and viewpoints and frameworks, to each topic you mention. Some better than others. But I've seen them through the years. And some of these topics are, as you say, really important and deserve a proper treatment, which I'm incapable of doing right now. But others have done it, so I suggest you keep searching if you are honestly looking for answers, which I hope you are. And if not you, then whoever will read this -- answers exist, some more exhaustive than others, depending on your own needs and starting points/beliefs. There is Grace available to all from God, the Grace that we need, as we need it (which may well be different from "as we want it").

I hope, and pray, that you won't give up in this quest, and that truth may shine upon you and us all -- not truth as I or you understand it at present, but rather, Truth as He understands Himself. May God bless you Gary, and help you in your path towards Him.
I was a Christian at one point, until I started reading the Bible more, which is where I discovered these stories.
ll-Bisto-llHobbyist Traditional Artist
Yup, honestly you are not the first one the last person with that story. Sadly it comes down to this: for years I have been studying it more and understanding it better than before, and in that quest I suggest that you use Bible contextualization resources and consult scholarly works. If you really want to understand it as it was meant to be understood, that is. I've seen people uninterested in doing it even among Christians, but I hope you are one of those guys really interested in finding truth (for which such resources would be lots of help) and not just looking for some lame excuse to jump ship (of which there are a lot too, sadly).

Greetings and Godspeed. I do hope the best for you, and that you'll actually seek out the answers you want in the places where they can be reasonably expected to be found (seek answers for theology questions in theologians, New testament questions in NT scholars, etc.). And don't forget that Christianity stands or falls as a truth system on the Resurrection of Jesus, nothing else, as the Bible itself affirms (1 Cor 15). Besides all of that, I hope that you may see your sins (which quite honestly are there quite visible to all who know you well enough and maybe those who don't), and turn to God, who is ever willing and able to forgive in Christ Jesus. God bless you Gary.
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April-LittleHobbyist Writer
Thanks for the fave!