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A Call to Love

November 8, 2012

WE, JACOB, by the Grace of God Patriarch of the Nicene Church,

Presiding Archbishop of the Archdiocese of St Andrew, Nicene Church,

Temple Master of the Templarii Christus Rex,

To All the Faithful;

Greetings and Apostolic Benedictions. 

In recent days, the issue of Civil Rights versus “Right Living” has again risen to the forefront due to the political setting within the U.S., and the amount of anger and ungodly vitriol with which many have responded calls for a response.

My dearest children, let love and mercy ever be our response. How did Christ respond when the woman caught in the act of adultery? It was with of mercy and compassion that He told her that He did not condemn her. 

When He then told her, “Go and sin no more,” do we believe He spoke in the anger and fear that could be inferred by the way so many of us, His followers, treat those around us?  Does that seem more likely than Him speaking in the same love and mercy?

I urge all of us to renew our dedication to our Savior’s mandate to not only love God with our whole being, but to love each other as we love ourselves, and to treat each other as we want to be treated.

May God’s Healing Touch Bless and Keep Us, Everyone.

In the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  Amen



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