- This is still being researched and the full extent of the proposed system's implementation is not yet fully known.
Recently I have proposed an idea to implement a way to add Foot Notes, which are separate from References. After approval from the community and administrators, I investigated and experimented with different ways to implement it. I would have preferred to add a MediaWiki page that changes the format of References that have a certain group applied to it. But I discovered through experimentation (and much help from the very kind and helpful Wikia Staff member, Kirkburn) that this simply does not work. It would require a change in the Media Wiki software (the main software behind Fandom and Wikipedia), which could take foreve…Read more >
The Rapture is a subject of much debate, along with many teachings, movies and books. Due to this, many people are confused or not sure about what the Bible has to say concerning the Rapture. Many have been deceived, whether their deceivers deceived them on purpose or are themselves deceived. Do note that the term "Rapture" is not found in the English Bible, but is commonly referred to as the "coming of the Son of Man" or "our blessed hope" and similar phrases. This, in part, has led to much of the confusion. The word "Rapture" actually comes from the Latin word rapio used to translate the Greek for "caught up" (Greek: ) in the Latin translation of the Bible, which (as I mentioned) is translated in the English as "caught up" in . Unlike wh…Read more >
I came across this video about Nickelodeon. Please watch it so you won't be deceived by it.
https://youtu.be/HQzdK6nTIssRead more >
Since today is Palm Sunday, I decided to tell y'all about it's origins. It finds its roots many years prior to the birth of Jesus. The prophet Zechariah said, after prophesying judgement on the nations, says of Israel:
"Rejoice greatly, Daughter Zion! Shout, Daughter Jerusalem! See, your king comes to you, righteous and victorious, lowly and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey." (Zechariah 9:9 NIV)
Now we come to Jesus, on His way to Jerusalem. He sent a couple of His disciples to borrow a man's donkey. It wasn't just any donkey. It was a colt just like the prophecy states. The disciples brought the donkey to Jesus and placed their cloaks on it for a saddle.
Then Jesus rode on it into Jerusalem with the crowds cheering and wav…Read more >
Watch this video and take to heart its message.
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