This SBT Page is For-Patriotism Plus -Worship &  more-Jesus & His apostles said to Imitate them

Whose doing it Best? --YOU Can decide after knowing what Holy Verses apply to the subject

STATEMENTsAboutManyChurchesBeliefsUpdated.htm Paul’s Inspired words of Be imitators of me, just as I also am of Christ. 1Cor 11:1

A-Now That We Are In The CommunicationsAge.htm We Can *Examine * Everything Ourselves

IntroductionForConcernedStudents.htm Open Introduction.htm Plus SbtsCommentaryNote.htm The Expository Library 20.htm     


Patriotism Definition 1. Love of country and willingness to sacrifice for it.-Study- Patriotism’sID.htm



      DID TO BE PATRIOTIC FOR US TO Imitate and What Did They Celebrate?

Did Jesus then (after Him) His apostles ; support and chanpaign for individuals to promote the governments of this world

or for them to teach His words about a future government-- Ruled by Him..Are YOU for Jesus Rule or agaist it?.IE-

Are YOU willing to stay Neutral in government affairs untill Jesus locks up Satan-and takes Satans Rule away For a 1000 years

Rev 20:2 Reads And he (Jesus) laid hold of the dragon, the serpent of old, who is the devil and Satan,

and bound him for a thousand years;  Open BCC -> Commentary on 20:2 & Chapter 20 - Read This Chapter NASB -


(1)-Did Jesus or the Apostles Vote for any National or Local Leaders?


(2)--Did Jesus or the Apostles Salute any National or Local Flag or any Symbols?  &


(3)---Did Jesus or the Apostles Celebrate Halloween, Christmas, or any other Holiday

          or anyone's birthday That The Gentile Christians Celebrate Today?


(4)--Did Jesus or the Apostles Establish any of the above Holidays or Patriotic Customs?


(5)---- Why do People (Newly Converted Gentile Christians) think that the Gentile Nations have the right to help     

Establish Christianity Customs over and above what Jesus and the Apostles Established?----


(6)--Who Set The Celebrations and Holidays For The Israelites---God or Man ?

 What happened to the Israelites when they Adopted Gentile Customs

       into their Religion------Which is Yhwh’s  God Words –?

        And Yhwh is a Jealous God.  Study what happened in the year 607 B.C.E***.         


(7)-- Does Yhwh God Change ---Mal-3-6 –Jer 23-36 --1 Cor 10-21-22--


(8)- What does it mean to Really Come out of the World ?***


(9)- What does the word Pagan Mean to YOU ?


(10)- Christendom’s Preachers---Preach –Do as Jesus Did and as Jesus

taught the Apostles to do----Is that what they Do ?

Learn Open -EarliestChristianValues.htm Study The ImitateRule.htm & GWGPNC Rule.htm


Patriotism Plus -JesusMainMessage.htm

True Christians Have No Borders to protect—

To be Patriotic to. Alternative to Mysticism


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Worship is (Open) PROSKUNEO.htm in Greek

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Worship usually refers to specific acts of religious praise, honour, or devotion, typically directed to a supernatural being such as

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 or goddess. It is the informal term in English for what sociologists of religion call cultus, the body of practices and traditions that correspond to theology.

Religious worship may be performed individually, in informally organized groups, or as part of an organized service with a designated leader (as in a church, synagogue, temple, or mosque). In its older sense in the English language of worthiness or respect (Anglo-Saxon worthscripe), worship may sometimes refer to actions directed at members of higher social classes (such as lords or monarchs) or to particularly esteemed persons (such as a lover).

Typical acts of worship

Typical acts of worship include:

Adoration versus veneration

Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy distinguish between adoration or latria (Latin adoratio, Greek latreia, [λατρεια]) which is due to God alone, and veneration or dulia (Latin veneratio, Greek douleia [δουλεια]), which may be lawfully offered to the saints. The external acts of veneration resemble those of worship, but differ in their object and intent. Protestant Christians question whether such a distinction is always maintained in actual devotional practice, especially at the level of folk religion.

Orthodox Judaism and orthodox Sunni Islam hold that for all practical purposes veneration should be considered the same as prayer; Orthodox Judaism (arguably with the exception of some Chasidic practices), orthodox Sunni Islam, and most kinds of Protestantism forbid veneration of saints or angels, classifying these actions as akin to idolatry.

Similarly, Jehovah's Witnesses assert that many actions classified as patriotic by other Protestant groups, such as saluting a flag, are equivalent to worship and are therefore considered idolatrous as well.

Worship in various religions

Worship in Christianity