Wednesday, June 15, 2016

33 Names of Satan!!

1.Satan (Job 1:6-9; Matt. 4:10)
2.A False Angel of Light (2 Corinthians 11:14)
3.The Father of Lies (John 8:44)
4.The Proud One The five “I wills” in Isaiah 14:12-14
5.Belial (2 Cor 6:15)
6.Beelzebul (Matt. 12:24; Mark 3:22)
7.Abaddon, Apollyon (Rev 9:11)
8.The Prince of the Power of the Air (Eph. 2:2a)
9.The Accuser of the Brethren (Rev. 12:10)
10.The Prince or Ruler (John 12:31)
11.The Dragon (Rev. 12:7)
12.The Evil One (John 17:15; 1 John 5:9)
13.Lucifer (Isa. 14:12)
14.The Serpent (Rev. 12:9)
15.The Devil (Matt. 4:1, 5, 9; Eph. 4:27; Rev. 12:9; 20:2)
16.Power of Darkness(Colossians 1:13)
17.Prince of this world(John 12:31)
18.The Tempter(Matthew 4:3; 1 Thess. 3:5)
19.The Wicked One(Matthew 13:19)
20.Man of sin(II Thessalonians 2:3)
21.Little Horn (Daniel 7:8)
22.The Adversary (I Peter 5:8)
23.Antichrist (1John 4:3)
24.Enemy (Matt. 13:39)
25.Evil spirit ( 1Sam. 16:14)
26.God of this world( 2Cor. 4:4)
27.Murderer ( John 8:44)
28.Old serpent – Rev. 12:9, 20:2
29.Power of death – Heb. 2:14
30.Roaring lion – 1Peter 5:8
31.Ruler of darkness – Eph. 6:12
32.Son of perdition – John 17:12
33.Thief – John 10:10

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31st Anniversary of John Lennon's Death: Seven of the Very Best Lennon Songs

December 8, 2011, marks the 31st anniversary of the death of John Lennon. On December 8, 1980, one of the most iconic performers of the 20th century was taken forever when he was shot dead in New York City. 31 years after his death, fans are still blown away by his creative genius. In celebration of John Lennon’s life and achievements, here is a look at ten of his best songs from the perspective of a loyal fan.

“Imagine”

“Imagine” is the quintessential John Lennon song. Sung with a serene calm, “Imagine” has become an anthem of peace. Beautifully performed, “Imagine” reads like a poem and its meaning hits the heart with a wallop.

“Norwegian Wood”

“Norwegian Wood” has an amazing mood and tone to it. The song features simple lyrics, but a simple melody but exudes the raw talent that Lennon possessed.

“Mother”

A song that showed a different side of Lennon was “Mother.” The song hinted at a painful childhood with lyrics such as “Mother, you had me, but I never had you. I wanted you, but you didn’t want me.”

“I am the Walrus”

Another well-known song that was created by Lennon and McCartney is “I am the Walrus.” Utterly catchy, with creative lyrics and foot-tapping melody, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a Beatles or Lennon fan that doesn’t sing along to “I am the Walrus.”

“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”

“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” is another Lennon-McCartney song that continues to awe fans decades later. The imagery delivered by this song is nothing short of amazing. “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” continues to shine as a work of art.

“Strawberry Fields Forever”

By far, one of my favorite Lennon-McCartney songs is “Strawberry Fields Forever.” Decades after it was originally recorded, it still maintains its beauty and appeal. It has a sleepy, dream-like quality to it and poetic lyrics make this song simply unforgettable.

“A Day in the Life”

Of all of Lennon’s song, I have always felt that “A Day in the Life” told the best story. “A Day in the Life” has story-telling appeal, and a cryptic meaning. I enjoyed this song most of the Beatles Anthology CD when you can hear the talking in the background before and after the track.

More from this Contributor:

‘Silent Night,’ ‘Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy,’ and ‘Joy to the World’: The Very Best of Classical Christmas Music

Born in the Wrong Decade: Four Dead Musicians I Wish I Could Have Seen Live

The 10 Best Songs from the ‘Twilight’ Saga Movie Soundtracks

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313 Clinton Avenue returns with 19th Annual Halloween Party

313 Clinton Avenue is home to Janna Kennedy Hyten, The Halloween Lady, and her team of friends who organize a neighborhood Halloween experience each year. The parlor levels of 313 Clinton Avenue serve as a haunted mansion to the Clinton Hill community. Their 19th annual party will be held on Oct. 31 and it is expected to be as amazing as past events.

Notable past events include last year’s “Clinton Hell Carnival of Carnage.” This year’s production theme is “The Vampire Opera.” The event is a block party full of elaborate displays and lawn shows. T-shirts and tote bags for Halloween 313 are being sold at the 313 Clinton Avenue table at the Fort Greene Brooklyn Flea. Proceeds go towards this year’s production costs.

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31 Days of Horror: Part 3 of 5 of the Best Horror-Themed Movies

Halloween only comes once a year, and instead of just celebrating the holiday on day, you can spread the spookiness and entertainment throughout the month of October. The easiest way to do this is by having a 31 movie marathon, one Halloween or horror-themed movies each and every day of October. Follow this guide and parts 1, 2, 4, and 5 to complete the “31 Days of Horror.”

October 13th – Final Destination: Instead of using typical horror icons like Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees, the Final Destination series focuses on an omnipresent force, simply known as death. When Devon Sawa’s character has visions of a plane crash and avoids his death by getting off the plane, death comes knocking at his door and everyone else’s who got off of that plane.

What follows in this entertaining horror film is a series of circumstantial deaths that keep you guessing the whole time. Some deaths are surprising and out of no where, while others are slow entertaining build-ups that have you yelling at the television to try and save their lives.

October 14th – Child’s Play 2: The first Child’s Play movie, featuring the hilarious devil doll known as Chucky, was a great set-up and character development for the Chucky character, but the movie really takes full flight with its sequel entitled Child’s Play 2.

Chucky is back and once again looking to take over a human body so that his soul can live on. This movie travels from a boarding school and back to the original factory where Chucky was created. Chucky is the highlight here, with several one liners and graphic kills throughout the whole picture.

October 15th- Psycho: With changes in generations and the way movies are made, there are not many horror films that stand the test of time, but Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is one of them.

This movie laid the groundwork for many horror movie plots in the future: a creepy roadside attraction or motel, a few light scares, surprise twist early on, and a big surprise finish to cap it all off. Classic movie and a perfect horror film for Halloween.

October 16th- The Eye: Avoid the Jessica Alba remake and search your local video store shelves for the Asian version of the Eye. When a blind lady gets the surgery and ability to see again, she gets a lot more than she bargained for.

Turn the sound up in this thriller, because the real scares come from the amazing audio in this feature. To keep your eyes on the action, use the English dubbed audio, because subtitles could get distracting and have you miss some of the big scares.

October 17th- Jurassic Park: Sure, Jurassic Park is more of an action adventure, but scenes featuring the Raptors and T-Rex have brought many scares to movie-goers and this Stephen Spielberg fantasy flick is perfect for the Halloween season.

Most of you know the plot to this classic already so focus on the truly scary scenes in the movie and they are as follows: “The Spitter”, “Raptors in the Kitchen”, and the “T-Rex Car Attack”.

October 18th- Nightmare Before Christmas: Like Monster House from an earlier list, Nightmare Before Christmas is mostly for the younger children, but history has shown that this movie is perfect for all ages. Jack Skellington is bored with Halloween and he embarks on something different and discovers the magic of Christmas.

This movie is filled with memorable songs, great stop-motion animation, and you do not get more into the celebration of Halloween than hearing “This is Halloween” and seeing all of the clay-mation creatures come alive.

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