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Nicest Citizens: 1,099th Best Weather: 1,121st Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,159th Lowest Crime Rates: 1,336th Healthiest Citizens: 1,475th Most Cultured: 1,538th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,646th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,783rd Longest Average Lifespans: 1,964th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,982nd Highest Poor Incomes: 2,083rd Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 2,094th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 2,208th Most Developed: 2,245th Largest Welfare Programs: 2,287th Largest Governments: 2,389th
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Union of Christian Nations contains 47 nations, the 294th most in the world.

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The Most Cheerful Citizens in Union of Christian Nations

The World Census shared cheeky grins with citizens around the world in order to determine which were the most relentlessly cheerful.

As a region, Union of Christian Nations is ranked 3,070th in the world for Most Cheerful Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Christian Popular Republic of AmericolumbiaTyranny by Majority“Via, Veritas, Vita.”
2.The Qahal of Nazarene IsraelTyranny by Majority“מרן אתא”
3.The Democratic Commonwealth of EcclestiaNew York Times Democracy“Love the LORD your God and your neighbour as yourself”
4.The Community of ChristadelphiansDemocratic Socialists“Let us Shine as Lights, Let us Shine as Christ”
5.The Joyous Land of GenevievDemocratic Socialists“Viehzucht aufzugeben, heißt von Touristen leben”
6.The Federalist People's Republic of ChristianopoulosInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Close relations and cliques are different.”
7.The Utopia of NdakuLiberal Democratic Socialists“Oh! Great is our God!”
8.The Theatrical Republic of Puerto Sabio de LogosInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Rise my fellow eagles to the stars and beyond!”
9.The Holy Unified Commonwealth of Civitas Asiae et PacificarumInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Honor, Liberty, Truth. In the name of the Lord.”
10.The Most Serene Republic of Kationa UnidaDemocratic Socialists“Barriga llena, corazón contento”

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Korhal IVV wrote:My own people here in the Philippines voted for murderers, thieves, and liars in the senatorial election. All 12 of those that have been proclaimed are either the pets of the president, thieves who stole hundreds of millions of currency, or liars (one of whom lied three times about her credentials; the schools she quoted said that she didn’t even pass the first semester).

What happened in my homeland is that intellectuals and well educated, who are all too often dubbed “yellows”, have castigated the masses as unintelligent fools with the nonexistent brains of jellyfish, alienating much of the voting population in turn. Of course, it is often true when someone looks into the online debates between the two groups we call “Duterte Die Hard Supporters” (DDS) and the Yellows (supporters of the opposition). In between them are non-partisans like myself, who only want good candidates regardless of political parties.

So, as the elections here are basically a game of name-recall and who is more famous, we get someone that was imprisoned for four years for 16 counts of graft, who was then acquitted under VERY dubious grounds. His political TV ad is nothing more than him dancing with some back-up dancers. Very nice political platform, isn’t it? The administration backed bets like this dancer took advantage of the lack of education and the ignorance that pervades this country, resulting in them using gimmicks that anyone with a decent education here would dismiss as dumb tactics, but the masses love it. In the end, we have another generation of incompetents on the reins. However, there is still hope. If we can only inform everyone else in here... Maybe this Republic would see a Senate of competence instead of a glorified comedy bar.

Literal in that He will come down here in person while the saints all go up... after the Tribulation.

1. It’s essentially the same in my part of Kentucky. We’re one of the more well-to-do counties in “Coal Country,” and I can name several members of my family who died due to complications with black lung. What bewilders me is that, despite all this, people still think there’s nothing that can replace it. Honestly I understand it, but at the same time other states bordering us have already implemented alternative energy, and it’s gone perfectly well for them, but people just can’t seem to get it that the coal industry isn’t coming back. From my place of privilege and security, I honestly can’t say anything about being afraid of your government, but as others have suggested the best thing to do is just try to educate who you can on the issues and try to break through.

2. Ah, I see. I’m still relatively shakey on my eschatology. Honestly I need to study up on Revelation more :/.

Empire of Constantinople wrote:It's a prophesy, though I in my tendencies tend to take it metaphorically. Many things happening today strengthen my idea that it is metaphorical (climate change being the self-inflicted end of the world and further). I don't find myself being very religious today, especially with the issues in the Ukrainian Church today.

I also get upset when our commission to tend the Lord’s garden is ignored for profit :(. And don’t be discouraged in the faith by the quarrels in the Church. I went through my period of doubt (and still have pangs of it occasionally) when I took note of the hypocritical behavior of many who also claim the title of ‘Christian,’ but just remember that Christ is much larger than the Church; we might be the Body, but He is the Head. For all our denominational infighting and corruptions, just remember that Christ is the heart of the faith, and no matter how many corrupt and worldly men defile the Church, that cannot be changed. We’re called to be the salt and light of the world just as much inside the Church as outside it. If you see corruption and sin, name it and confront those committing it in love, especially our leaders.

I wish you well, and I will pray for you :).

Conservative North Scandinavia wrote:I think that it's important to realize that when trying to understand a writing like Revelation, one should first understand the context under which it was written. I think that Revelation is mostly symbolic, but that some things could indeed be very literal.

I tend towards the symbolic side, mostly because it seems to be a letter of both encouragement to the persecuted Church and of eschatology as relating to future events. Like, I interpret it as referring to the Roman Empire’s persecution of the Church, but maybe there’s the implication of a future “Babylon” that will do the same. I can just say that I don’t know.

Nazarene Israel wrote:On a subject completely different from the... shameful display of mine... I have a question:

What’s everyone’s view of the events of Revelation (Second Coming, Kingdom, anti-Christ, etc.)?

My church interprets Revelation literally. However, I do not understand the prophecies as well as I would like to. I plan to study them more soon.

Does anyone read the psalms and proverbs of the day, or am I the only one ;v?

Emirate Philip wrote:Does anyone read the psalms and proverbs of the day, or am I the only one ;v?

I do.

Greetings my fellow brethren!

Apologies for my inactivity as Elder because our nation has to fix internal problems of its own as well as devoted time for spiritual journeying and direction.

My tenure as Elder is almost over, and so I ask... is it possible for our nation to be reelected or wait for a couple of months? (Ecclestia)

Again have a blessed day 😊

Imma be honest. I kinda wish I had flag-making software, because the one I have at the moment is not what the fullest of what I want :/.

Nazarene Israel wrote:Imma be honest. I kinda wish I had flag-making software, because the one I have at the moment is not what the fullest of what I want :/.

I usually use ones from Reddit and edit them via Microsoft Paint to fit how I want to vibe with a new potential flag.

Ndaku wrote:I usually use ones from Reddit and edit them via Microsoft Paint to fit how I want to vibe with a new potential flag.

I usually rip mine from Reddit too tbh. What I’d like to include is:
- (1)Seal of Solomon with a Cross overlaid, topped by a crown.
- (2)The “aleph” and “tav” letters.
- (3)The phrase “Maran Atha” in the Aramaic.
- (4)Red lines, possibly horizontal. Think the Israeli flag and you’d be correct.
- (5)If the first one doesn’t look good, replace it with the Messianic Seal.
- (6)Color scheme: crimson-red and gold.

Nazarene Israel wrote:Imma be honest. I kinda wish I had flag-making software, because the one I have at the moment is not what the fullest of what I want :/.

Search "Tennessine Flag Designer" online. That's the one I use.

Conservative North Scandinavia wrote:Search "Tennessine Flag Designer" online. That's the one I use.

I’ll give it a shot, thank you :)!

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