The Daily Beast – A Conversation With Jesus’ Closest Friend
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The author of the article published in The Daily Beast takes us to a conversation with Jesus’ closest disciples at the Passover in Jerusalem. The conversation is between Jesus’ two closest disciples – John the Beloved Disciple and Peter. The conversation is not recorded in the gospels or the Synoptic Gospels – it’s in the fourth Gospel and it’s Jesus’ conversation with Jesus and his disciples. The conversation is recorded as Jesus is telling the disciples his plan to leave the disciples in Capernaum with all their possessions and go to Galilee. The conversation has been transcribed and translated by the author via Google Translate. Jesus is talking about how he would get his disciples to go to Galilee together to buy land and begin establishing his ministry. Jesus is showing them his kingdom and authority is being given to him by the Father. Jesus is talking about the importance of the kingdom of heaven and the importance of discipleship in the kingdom of heaven. Jesus is telling his disciples that his kingdom is coming in the clouds of heaven and that his disciples are to leave everything and come and obey him, which is to start his ministry and to start spreading his kingdom and be obedient to him. The discussion is about Jesus and his kingdom coming, his disciples, the discipleship of Jesus, Jesus’ discipleship – Jesus’ role in the kingdom of heaven – Peter gives Jesus credit for being the No. 1 player in the church and Jesus gives credit to John the Beloved Disciple for being the No. 1 disciple, Peter says Jesus is anointed by the Holy Spirit. Jesus is asking Peter if he has ever seen the Father. Jesus is giving them the crown of thorns and the scepter to be the kings of Israel in the kingdom of heaven and saying Jesus is the Son of David – all is good. Jesus says that when the disciples have left, Jesus will send his disciples to him, and he will send the Spirit of life to them and they will be as God’s sons, if they obey his commandments. Jesus says that the Spirit gives life and when he has given life, he will lead them into all the truth and to all the wisdom and knowledge of God’s will.
Dietrich Roache and Sione Molia in Rugby Sevens
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In a world of mixed success, there have been many who would rather enjoy the best of everything. For them, rugby sevens is the solution to so much suffering, including the injuries and the illness that go with it. And many would certainly prefer to watch the best players that are at their best in a match that matters.
With this in mind, today the rugby media have a new piece that is not just to show some highlights. It is an argument for a better rugby sevens.
The purpose is to bring attention to a new development, one that is the key to the future, without the negativity. This is a different perspective and one that is not confined to the Sevens side. The article comes from a member of the World Sevens Council, Dietrich Roache and it has been called ‘Rugby Sevens The Way Forward’.
“Some of the most important moments in rugby history have occurred with eight-man packs against five-man ones. But when the game was founded as a full-paced one-on-one contest back in the 1960s, the game was an eight-on-six, two-on-two, one-on-one. Players could win a match, a cup and a World Cup with eight men.
Rugby has gone through a number of incarnations over the past few hundred years, so there was no time to establish a uniformed, two-on-two format. That meant that you’d be battling for two or three points with six players. The introduction of the pack concept changed all that. A rugby team with eight men has a much more equal chance of winning points – and the game becomes more exciting.
This line is not just to put a few numbers in place. Many of the statements in the article are based on the concept of the modern rugby sevens. As you can see, it is about the best of everything.
A future perspective of rugby player.
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