What Would Jesus Do? Click Here To Find Out

From The 1973 Stage Play - Jesus Christ Superstar

Greetings Earthlings!
With all of the biblical fodder circulating on the internet following the end of the world rumors, this is as good a time as any to add this particular entry for consideration as even the most uninitiated of individuals is aware of the fact that when one begins to see Revelations, it is a clear and valid  indication that one has at long last arrived at the last chapter and subsequent end of the book.

A popular phrase that I often hear recited is abbreviated as WWJD which stands for what is written as the title in this post and is often used as a model of behavior by believers of this ideology.

We could break out the NOTW (Not Of This World) T-Shirts yet in my honest opinion based on personal experience, people of the world do tend to put forth much effort towards the pursuit of being outstanding or to be seen as such by others while those who are perhaps not really of this world put forth the best effort to achieve the goal of blending in and seeming normal, so it very well be a galaxy wide tendency for individuals to desire to have and be other than what they are and have.

Keeping this discussion in a short streamline fashion, I decided to ask that same question of myself and draw my own conclusions from the words in the book that describe what Jesus did in certain situations, and here is what I have ascertained.

FAQ # 1

Q: What Would Jesus Do?
A: Holler At And Seek Support From The Working Girls.

Luke 8: 1-3 (New International Version)

1 After this, Jesus traveled about from one town and village to another, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom of God. The Twelve were with him,

2 and also some women who had been cured of evil spirits and diseases: Mary (called Magdalene) from whom seven demons had come out;

3 Joanna the wife of Chuza, the manager of Herod’s household; Susanna; and many others. These women were helping to support them out of their own means.

We will keep this entry brief and simply use it as a starting point fore more to come including how Jesus Christ was able to correlate and communicate the sacred relationship between women and money by offering a discourse on economics and debt to one of the Pharisees in the chapter the book known as Luke immediatately preceding the chapter listed in this discussion beginning at Luke 7: 36-50 and let the record reflect that while it has shown to be unwise to debate subjects of religion and politics and expect a fair and balanced debate, the subjects of sex, money, and power which both religion and politics henge upon may offer answers for a more useful discussion about the world and the people that make it go around.

Stay Tuned.

An interestingly similar perspective to consider.