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Regional Power: Moderate
Today's World Census Report
The Lowest Overall Tax Burden in Union of Christian Nations
World Census financial experts assessed nations across a range of direct and indirect measures in order to determine which placed the lowest tax burden on their citizens.
As a region, Union of Christian Nations is ranked 21,155th in the world for Lowest Overall Tax Burden.
|1.||The Libertarian Republic of Librerepublic||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Libertť et Egalitť”|
|2.||The Republic of Nodvaea||Corporate Bordello||“Semper Liberi”|
|3.||The Community of Christadelphians||Democratic Socialists||“Let us Shine as Lights, Let us Shine as Christ”|
|4.||The Colony of British Lunar Territories||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“With God, We Will Advance”|
|5.||The Kingdom of Lambithynia||Compulsory Consumerist State||“Ad majorem Dei gloriam”|
|6.||The Legionnary Federation of Sherlock Holmes federation||Compulsory Consumerist State||“Forward, legionnaires! For the brighter future!”|
|7.||The Theocracy of Christians42||New York Times Democracy||“In God we trust”|
|8.||The Most Serene Republic of New Celessia||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Faith And God”|
|9.||The Federal Republic of Eluney||New York Times Democracy||“Matthew 25: 31-46”|
|10.||The Free Land of Upper Chantler||New York Times Democracy||“God, Homeland, Liberty”|
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- : The Armed Republic of Gunyria of the region Southern Army proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Socialist International of Ast Wal of the region Barbaria proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Republic of Rare ex-nation cards III arrived from Europe.
- : Embassy established between Official European Union and Union of Christian Nations.
- : The Imperiul creștin of The New United States of Amerika arrived from Lazarus.
- : Saint williams port ceased to exist.
- : Greater bethel ceased to exist.
- : The Tribe of Ndaku rejected Sacred Island of Nevarea's request for regional embassies.
- : The Tribe of Ndaku agreed to construct embassies with Official European Union.
- : The Biblical Commonwealth of Asher departed this region for Shepherdology.
Union of Christian Nations Regional Message Board
HAPPY INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
Today is the International Day of Peace. Let us come together in reflection, hope and prayer for a world with less violence, conflict and injustice and one where peace, justice and kindness rule.
Jesus said, ĎBlessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of Godí - Matthew 5:9.
In a world so full of conflict and division and in a world where hope can often feel distant, we come together, as members of the body of Christ to pray for those that find themselves in situations of violence, conflict and injustice, they they may find peace and rest in you. We pray for the rulers of the world, that they may work to end war and conflict and work for the good of all. We pray that the church may be a beacon of hope, light and justice for all the world. We pray for the protection and safety of those who work for peace and the elimination of violence often placing their own lives at risk to save those of others. We pray that you can give us the wisdom, strength and guidance to follow Jesusí words and actions to be peacemakers in the world. We pray that as a region we can be an example of this teaching through creating peace within our region, serving as an example to others and furthering the cause of peace in NationStates. God we pray that your will for peace may be done on earth as it is in heaven and for the soon return of your son, Jesus Christ, where we will see an end to suffering and the flourishing peace. We say this prayer in the name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
I would also like to share an incredible campaigner for peace and justice. Eleanor Roosevelt was the First Lady of the United States from 1933-1946, served as the US Representative to the United Nations, oversaw the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and was a prominent campaigner for youth, women and racial minorities in the United States. She was a woman far ahead of her time whose resolve and influence has fundamentally changed the world for the better.
This quote by Eleanor Roosevelt has been a favourite of mine for many years. I hope it inspires you, as it does me, on this important day.
ĎIt isnít enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isnít enough to believe in it. One must work at it.í
Blessings to you all on this important day.
I have come to realise one thing far too late. I need to go because I am beyond hope and this is not a plea for sympathy but a plea to you to please help each other more because god needs to help me and you arenít god and Iím sorry but I have to go I will miss you dearly but please worry about others no replies or telegrams please I wonít read them I need myself to realise my own woes alright Iím sorry
Lord Jesus, you called Matthew from collecting taxes to become your apostle and evangelist: Grant us the grace to forsake all covetous desires and inordinate love of riches, that we may follow you as he did and proclaim to the world around us the good news of your salvation; for with the Father and the Holy Spirit you live and reign, one God, now and for ever. Amen.
Hello friends! I hope everyone has a great monday. I would like to share with you an excerpt from Eduardo de la Serna's last post on his blog, a Catholic priest whom I read frequently. The post is titled "A contribution to spirituality from the Covid" and addresses the issue of meetings and celebrations of worship, which have been banned since March in the country to avoid contagion of the virus:
"Looking at some expressions, some certainly unfortunate, we must admit, it seems that believing human beings cannot "meet God" without the possibility of worship. Churches (and Synagogues, and Mosques, and Temples) are closed and, it seems, that God is closed for us, but is that so?
God chooses Israel as a people, not because they are the best, nor the strongest, nor the wisest, but simply so that they live in right and justice, and thus show the other nations (ďlight of the nationsĒ) that another world is possible, not a world of oppressors and oppressed, masters and slaves, superiors and subjects, but a society of brothers (and sisters, let's add, although this idea is not developed in the Hebrew Bible). That is to say: God is found there, in the brother, in the practice of these qualities, only afterwards worship is an option of encounter. "After". If "worship" is the area of encounter with God, then it must be stated clearly: that happens in the brother, not in the temple (or its subsequent circumstances) (...) If it is about "encounter", certainly we will meet God "where he is" and not where we would like (...) This new family, gathered around love is what the followers of Jesus will call ďChurchĒ. The Church is, then, a community gathered in the love of sisters and brothers with their Father.
All this leads us to conclude undoubtedly that it is in the other that we meet God; only ďafterĒ does the community meeting of worship make sense (...) In times of pandemic, of so many sick people (known or not), of so many who are spent and wear themselves out to serve (essential services personnel...), of so much suffering, loneliness, anguish... where do we find God? The father of the poor, the orphan and the widow, the rescuer (go'el) of the impoverished and enslaved, the one who recognizes himself present in the hungry, thirsty, sick and imprisoned is certainly there, in the brother and sister! (...) ".
Is not this fast that I choose: to loose the bonds of wickedness, to undo the straps of the yoke, to let the oppressed go free, and to break every yoke? Is it not to share your bread with the hungry and bring the homeless poor into your house; when you see the naked, to cover him, and not to hide yourself from your own flesh? (Is. 58: 6-7).