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The Gifts of the Holy Spirit: A Pathway to Divine Fulfillment

The concept of the Gifts of the Holy Spirit, as outlined in the New Testament, is a profound testament to the intricate and transcendent relationship between humanity and the divine. These gifts are not merely symbolic tokens; they are transformative powers that enable individuals to transcend their ordinary limitations and align themselves with a higher purpose. To truly grasp the magnitude of these gifts, one must delve into their biblical foundations and understand their psychological and spiritual implications. In 1 Corinthians 12:7-11, the Apostle Paul provides a detailed enumeration of these gifts: “To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good. To one is given through the Spirit the utterance of wisdom, and to another the utterance of knowledge according to the same Spirit, to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healing by the one Spirit, to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to another the ability to distinguish betwee

Everyone will miss the Guardians of the Galaxy


When the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 was being introduced into the MCU, I was skeptical about it and I have to be honest, one of its doubters as I have never heard of this group before.  I used to collect a lot of comic books growing up.  Psi Force was one of my faves before and yeah I didn't catch a glimpse of this team, not once.  

So when the rising MCU decided to bring this group in to live action  I was intrigued and curious about how they will incorporate them into the MCU.

The movie came, I watched and I surprisingly loved it.  It wasn't the best group of heroes and not necessarily the strongest bunch but they were a breath of fresh air and I kinda relate to them specially their broken, imperfect selves.  I can relate to Peter Quill's early loss of his mother and a distant, seemingly unloving paternal figure as well.  Also, like Star Lord, I listen to music to somehow take care of the pain.

So when they said that it's all going to end with GOTG Vol 3, I knew I just had to see it and I wasn't disappointed.  Rocket's story was tearjerking.  Mantiss and Drax's scenes were funny.  I liked how James Gunn provided all of them with some sort of closure in the end.

They had a proper villain. No gray areas this time.  Just pure, narcissistic lunacy to his very core.  The High Evolutionary was the evil creator.  The unloving God of Counter Earth and many other intergalactic races in the MCU.  

This got me thinking about how blessed we are that we have a loving God in Jesus Christ.  Who is willing to take on the all the pain for his creations rather than give pain for his own satisfaction.  Just think how dark it would have been if your creator was as heartless as the High Evolutionary where imperfect creations destiny is the fiery incinerator. 

If you haven't seen the Guardians of the Galaxy, I highly recommend that you do and I guarantee that you'll enjoy it. Watch all three.

Also see this video below.  Kudos to Pawel for putting this together.  Enjoy the movies' awesome soundtrack.  

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