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1 Way To Increase Your Faith

Leonardo’s “Last Supper” is a type of painting from early Renaissance painting traditions. Popular religious paintings of art focused on secular themes and the classic world.

New Technossance art imagines a New World beyond the Old Testament. Moses Levi was from the biblical Book of Exodus and Bob Marley’s “Exodus” which is all about jamming. Moses was a Black musician, who never made it mainstream in the 1940s, before Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and “The Big Bopper” broke out, then died tragically in a plane crash in 1959. The period of time before Jim Morrison was born, known as “Before Jim” or B.J., and the period after, known as “After Jim” or A.J. according to modern times. Music has always been a matter of grave biblical importance to me, a question of faith. But what does Revelation 1:7 have to do with it? How do you know Jim Morrison isn’t the return of Jesus Christ?

Who? Jim Morrison and The Doors should be required listening. Heaven, like love, strength, and courage, is a strange thing; the more the holy spirit gives, the more we find we have to listen to find our soul.

The man of God did not come to be served, but to serve. Jim Morrison, an everyday person like Jesus Christ, healed people with his music and was crucified by the media. Like a virgin, Madonna was his mom. She liked to sing. She was a pretty good singer. But Jim died for our sins. He comes again.

Jim Morrison on Facebook

Lent is a 40-day season of prayer, reading Twitter, talking to Larry Flynt, and listening to The Doors. A Last Supper of tacos and rice noodles. The beef jerky appears like a miracle. He rises after the end. He still lives in song. Jim eats one Cadbury Creme Egg every day, and so should you.

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