DR. GREPOR "BUTCH" BELGICA
Bishop Butch as he is commonly called is the Presidential Adviser for Religious Affairs. He was appointed by President Rodrigo Duterte on May 2019. As a Presidential Adviser for Religious Affairs to the Head of State, he serves gratis et amore since the position is in line with the Lord's highest calling in life which rejects hirelings. Furthermore, his agenda should correspond with President Duterte's agenda. And that is concretizing President Rodrigo Roa Duterte's vision of a God-fearing nation endowed with liberty, truly free to worship the true and living God, Creator of the universe.
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I am aware that many fathers as priest of their home have difficulty teaching household communion in a family altar.
Simple. Two scenes.
First: Convey that Jesus in "the last Supper" revealed that He is the "sacrifice" for our redemption. Luke 22:19-20 "This is my body given for you ... my blood shed for you." Right then and there, the Supper table has become the ALTAR of Sacrifice!
Second, thereafter, the Apostles and the growing number of believers -- "...and breaking bread from house to house, they were taking their meals together with gladness and sincerity of heart," Acts 2:46 NASB
2 scenes described the table where meals are shared becoming an Altar of Remembrance and Communion with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ!
Shapat : Principles from God's Law for Governance
The root-verb שפט (shapat) means to judge or govern. This verb is much more common than the more poetic equivalent דין (dyn – see the name Dan), and covers a wide range of legislative, executive, and judicial functions. The nouns שפט (shepet) and פוט
(shepot) both mean judgment in the penal sense, but the much more frequently occurring noun משפט (mishpat) denotes a ruling in a general sense, having been translated with words like justice, ordinance, custom or manner.
The ultimate ruling of God that starts at “Judgment Day,” is therefore not simply a division between the lost and the saved, but rather the commencement of humanity directly under God’s permanent government (separated from the humanity that rejects justice). That government will feel as perfect freedom, as God’s righteousness is much more akin the natural laws that “govern” the universe than any human laws that restrict or burden human citizens