The saying is proverbial: “People do not care how much you know, until they know how much you #care.” There is a measure of truth in that.

Consider the case of Jesus #Christ. Much significance has been attributed to Jesus’ deep emotional response to his friends’ weeping, and his own tears. Weeping demonstrates that #Christ was a true man, with real bodily functions such as tears, sweat, blood, eating and drinking.

The book of Hebrews states. “For we have not a high priest that cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but one who has been tempted like as we are, yet without sin (4:15).” Of special interest is the term “touched.” the meaning is to feel with and our English “sympathy” is derived from this word.

Below we present Heart Touching Photos Posted on Godinterest in February 2015

…a child of the Erbore tribe, #Ethiopia

…Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor feeds a 2-week-old kitten named Miss Hap after her mother had been killed during a mortar attack in #Korea

The #Lord is not going to miraculously deliver us from the physical effects of a sin-cursed world. It is noteworthy, though, that as we suffer, we may be assured of his genuine sympathy.

The very first wedding photo Wu Conghan and his wife Wu Songshi were able to take after getting #married 88 years prior.

…..Specialist Dean Oldt, a marksman with the 101st Airborne, is reunited with his father. “Does Jesus care, when our hearts our pained, too deeply for mirth and song? When the burdens press and the cares distress, as the day grows weary and long?” The answer is a resounding, “Yes, he cares, we know he cares; his heart is touched with our grief.” Our knowledge of this fact is grounded in the biblical information we have just surveyed. Be comforted by it.

….A survivor finds a photo album and cherished memories in the remains of his home after an earthquake in Sichuan, China.  When we are afflicted with disease, pain or loss of life, he cares. When we are grieving the loss of dear ones, he cares. When we are confused, and in a maze of misdirection, desperately needing leadership, he has compassion for us. When we are mistreated, he feels for us.

When we dredge ourselves into the mire of sin, he grieves over that disaster. When, in hardness of heart, we even hatefully oppose him, he continues to feel for us. Is this not absolutely amazing? How can one continue to resist him in view of these wonderful truths? Can not the “goodness of God” lead us to repentance (Romans 2:4)? And what of our need to exhibit compassion to others? Can we not exclaim: “I will show compassion to others, because my Savior first showed compassion to me” (cf. 1 John 4:19)?

How the environment of our society, our homes, and our churches would be transformed if more adorned themselves with the mantle of compassion. What do you think?


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What Is A Godinterest Blog?

A Godinterest Blog is a blog created for religious purposes. Godinterest blogs archive and support religious education by facilitating reflection, questioning by self and others, collaboration and by providing contexts for engaging in higher-order thinking.

The use of blogs has become popular in religious institutions including churches and among religious educators in schools and colleges.  Godinterest Blogs can be useful tools for sharing information and tips among co-workers, providing information for students, or keeping in contact with parents.

Common examples include blogs written by or for teachers, blogs maintained for the purpose of classroom instruction, or blogs written about religious freedom.

Uses of Godinterest blogs

Godinterest Bloggers can use their blogs as a learning journal or a knowledge log to gather relevant information and ideas, and communicate with other people. Religious educators can use blogs to keep in contact with students’ parents. Bloggers can use blogs to record their own personal life, and express emotions or feelings. Bible scholars can use blogs as an instructional and assessment tool, and blogs can be used as a task management tool. Blogs can also be used to teach individuals about writing for an audience as they can be made public, and our blogging platform makes it easier to create content for the Web without knowing much HTML.

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WordPress for Religion

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We hope you’ve enjoyed reading this blog as much as we’ve enjoyed reporting and writing it, but it’s time for the next stage in Godinterest’s evolution.

The web can be an overwhelming place, especially when it comes to blogs. Blogs (short for weblogs) can be anything from personal diaries to daily screeds about current events. Most blogs are written by regular folks with strong opinions and a considerable amount of free time. While the most famous blogs like Gawker tend to be in the political, technical, or media arenas, spiritual bloggers are increasingly carving out their own section of the blogosphere.

Today we’re delighted to announce the beta launch of our very own blogging portal that can be accessed from 

Our blogging portal has one purpose and only one purpose: “to let you share your faith online”. Our tailored system provides a custom writing experience with an optimized set of features.

  • Effortlessly create and manage blogs
  • Packed with useful features and customizable themes
  • Ready made for podcasting, video embeds, photos and more
  • Step by step support with our helpful video tutorials
  • Effortlessly AutoBlog from your existing WordPress blog
  • Free Domain mapping
  • Fully social integrated
  • 1GB of storage to get you started

Product Roadmap

Godinterest Blogs represent a tremendous opportunity for publication, discussion, cross-fertilization, and critique of a kind never seen before. In principle, at least, the Internet offers an opportunity to break down old barriers and engender new communities. While the promise is vast, the actuality is only what those taking part happen to make of it.

With that in mind our intent is to give our users a voice in the early development priorities process. You ask we deploy. Our planned features so far are listed below.

  • Mobile Apps for iPhone and Android
  • Custom Godinterest Themes
  • Custom Godinterest Plugins


Visit the Godinterest User Community to post feature requests, questions or submit bugs.

This is a great way for all of us to share our insights, exchange ideas and define priorities.

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Kingdom Of God

Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the #kingdom-of-God was a saying given by Jesus in the New Testament. From Matthew 18:1-6 (KJV)

We as a people a care for children because, whether we are aware of it or not, there is in all of us God-given knowledge that little ones are so precious.

They deserve more care because they are defenseless. They are a gift. They demand a great deal of attention, oh yes; children are costly, but there are supposed to be. They teach us that life isn’t just about us, but about others and that we will be more fulfilled and more happy when we sacrifice our own comforts in order to love our neighbor.

Below are some inspirational photos about #kingdom-of-God we found on Godinterest

…this life isn’t easy; most of the stages of our lives are about sacrifice and suffering. The world is surrounded by wars, hunger and poverty. And sometimes it gets hard to find goodness above it all, but we don’t know if you see this, but this is the exact temptation that we face. Our sin naturally inclines us to see kids not as a blessing but as a distraction, not a joy but a drain. How wrong we are, and how rebuked by #Jesus’ example.

…a magic moment from the #City-Of-God.  Have you seen the film? Well we truly believe “a child is like a blank canvas On which we may create a painting so beautiful. But let me tell you – and make no mistake Whatever the colours are, that we decide to choose Will make this child a winner or one that may just loose So as you take that paint brush, to leave your lasting mark Remember that your actions, determine this child’s spark Every stroke upon that canvas can never be undone.” (Deborah Chaplin)

…the #Bible tells us that children are a reward from #God (Psalm 127:3). … According to the promise of Proverbs, a child who is diligently trained in the “way he should go” will remain true to that…

…unfortunately, children are the real victims of world hunger: at least 70% of the malnourished people in the world are children and around forty thousand children a day die of starvation. Many people are already motivated to help children in need , however, what are you doing to help?…

…Jesus said, “Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven”. This is so like Jesus. In one sentence, he gives us a whole theology of children, one that blows us away and dramatically redefines our thinking…

…chidren from Afghanistan grown in Pakistan refugees camp by Muhammed Muheisen. This is who we at Godinterest aspire to help. We think of there future all the time. We write so that someday, she, and others like her, will have an equal chance to succeed and to live a happy and productive live. Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb a reward Psalm 127:3.

…of such is the #kingdom-of-God. Children  just keep on giving. However, the world has declared war on our children. They have wiggled and moved and jumped at their parents’ voices, and then they have suffered violence, and writhed in death. This is not sensationalist. It is cold, hard fact. The gospels leave us with many important clues, none more important than this. How did the Lord Jesus treat children?

….and finally, as a Christian parent, you have the wonderful privilege, and responsibility, to claim the LORD’s Word, His Promises, for the conversion of your children… Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb a reward Psalm 127:3…

What Do You Love Most About Children?

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In God We Trust

Often the biggest issue with a person moving forward in their Christian lives is his or her ability to trust God.

We’re no strangers to the phrase, “In God We Trust” was adopted as the official motto of the United States in 1956 as an alternative or replacement to the unofficial motto of E pluribus unum, which was adopted when the Great Seal of the United States was created and adopted in 1782.

We find the phrase on bumper stickers and t-shirts, in songs and poems on Godinterest, and even on currency. It’s not without controversy either. Debates continually rage over whether such a motto is even constitutional, with Christians often at the forefront seeking to preserve it. But in the midst of all the noise, have we forgotten what it really means to trust in God?

Below are some inspirational photos about #In-God-We-Trust we found on Godinterest

…take a look at this man, he looks tougher than steel, and he probably is. Meet Navy Captain Conrad Targonski, the assistant chief of staff for religious ministries…

…To men in combat, the Lord seems always nearby. A Marine at Con Thien, Vietnam wears his faith, alongside earthly goods, on his helmet…

…water is life. Photo taken in Hoi An (Vietnam). First and foremost, trusting God means placing our faith in Jesus alone for salvation. Nothing we do can earn our salvation. “For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast” (Ephesians 2:8–9)…

…being unwanted and unloved and forgotten by everybody, can be a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than a person who has nothing to eat. Philippians 2:4  says, let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others. Sure, people who trust in God and follow Jesus do these things all the time, but do you? …

…this also means we don’t have to worry about anything. In fact, we’re commanded, “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God” (Philippians 4:6). Are you ready to become a “Ballerina” for Christ?…

…Soldier Praying… So much can be written about prayer, but the key point is that it is not optional. Prayer is essential to the Christian life; as Christians, we are even commanded to pray. As a Christian, you can no longer stop praying than you can stop breathing…

…communities need God’s guidance. Rochester, New York police sergeant Clifton Manns, Sr., left raises his hand in prayer with other police officers at the New Life Fellowship on June 21, 2008. More than 200 police officers, church pastors and community members gathered to ask God’s help in ending community violence…

…the Pentagon has released a statement confirming that soldiers could be prosecuted for promoting their faith. Discipleship demands sacrifice, and Jesus never hid thatcost… Would you still follow Jesus if it meant losing your job?…

…trust your gut… That’s God speaking through you. God speaks to us through dreams and visions. How often have you felt an impulse of the Spirit touch your heart and direct you towards Himself? God is constantly speaking to us, revealing His heart. So do you truly trust God?…

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Christian Hip Hop

Christian hip hop (originally Gospel rap, also known as #Christian rap, Gospel hip hop, or holy hip hop) is hip hop music characterized by a Christian worldview.

The following #Gospel #Rap Gig was produced by an artist that goes by the name of Influence life for this blog post.

Most would agree that the extent to which Christian hip hop lyrics are explicitly Christian seems to vary between bands.

One thing that is clear, is that for as long as we can remember Christian flavored Hip Hop was looked upon as a step child of the genre.

That is until artists such as #Lacrae Moore emerged a Grammy Award–winning rapper who now, like it or not, represents the face of the gospel hip-hop movement with hit songs like “#Jesus Muzik,” “Don’t Waste Your Life” (based on the sermon by John Piper), and “Black Rose. Hashtag #Lacrae has also been trending on Godinterest since Godinterest introduced YouTube, Vimeo, Sound Cloud and various other social media post embedding.

Another thing that is clear is that Bible Christianity, if practiced properly, will make you extremely UNPOPULAR with the world, just as it did John the Baptist, and the early Christians in the Book of Acts.

And so we seem to have two main groups, (1) a large proportion of Christians that say you can’t repackage secular music and label it as being “Christian”  (it maybe “religious hip-hop”; but it  certainly isn’t Christian like), and (2) a group who firmly believe that it all depends on who your singing too? So which group are you and why?

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What is true love?

The definition of love in the British and World English in Oxford dictionary states that LOVE is “A strong feeling of affection:
babies fill parents with intense feelings of love
their love for their country”.

However has love left you confused?

There are a few things most people say love isn’t. Some people say isn’t a feeling. Some people say that although real love is often accompanied by strong feelings, love does not equate with the sense of floating on clouds unlike the type of love that movies, television, and songs portray.

some people say that friendships and relationships wouldn’t last long on emotions alone. In fact, most academics say that knowledge is the basis of a healthy relationship.

However what does the bible say about love?

This verse certainly describes the characteristics of true #love.

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.” —I Corinthians 13:4-8a (NIV)

These qualities can most definitely be found in #Jesus #Christ, and should perhaps exist in all truly loving relationships.

We’ve included some of the sweetest and most heart touching #loving photos posted on #Godinterest so far during this festive season.

…a soldier meets his #baby for the first time. The bond between parent and child is one of the strongest connections in nature…

…we love seeing old couples. It gives us hope that #love can stand the tests of time. “Young love is a flame; very pretty, often very hot and fierce, but still only light and flickering. The love of the older and disciplined heart is as coals, deep-burning, unquenchable”.Henry Ward Beecher

…forever love in Cuba by Réhahn #Photography

…gereational thinking means thinking beyond yourself. Knowing that every action, belief, conviction you settle for now, will have a definite impact on the next generation. This is such a great theme…

…Jesus replied, This is the work (service) that #God asks of you: that you believe in the One Whom He has sent [that you cleave to, trust, rely on, and have faith in His Messenger]. (‭John‬ ‭6‬:‭29‬)…

…so Jesus can relate to suffering and pain. In fact, his essential purpose in leaving his kingship in Heaven and condescending to take mortal form was to suffer. And it started with his birth…

…homeless and impoverished children living in New Delhi, #India, receive a free education from two volunteer teachers.


…Greg Cook hugs his dog Coco after finding her inside his destroyed home in Alabama following the Tornado in March, 2012.

…you’re never too young to start praying! Are we right? The truth is, we all need a moment with God, whether it’s to thank Him, praise Him or ask Him for a little…

…the scripture is God’s love letter to mankind, the most amazing Valentine card ever written and in its pages is the description of the ultimate act of love and sacrifice and also, Gods blueprints for true love and true romance.

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is #love.

So what is your love made of, surface romance or real romance rooted in unselfish sacrifice? Is it about all you want to get from someone else, or all you want to give?

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Mom This Is How Godinterest, The Christian Social Network Works

Godinterest is an online photo-driven Christian social networking tool in which users re-post images of whats happening on the web and in their lives along with links to things they think are simply #Godinteresting, funny, or useful to their followers (“following” being essentially what “friending” is on other sites). People use #Godinterest in many ways, some as a newsfeed by following prominent people or networks, some as a pseudo-chatroom by limiting their followers and whom they follow to close friends and family, and some as a microblog for updating people about the work they are doing and their personal lives using photos.


Godinterest users choose who they do and do not follow. They have total control of what news they receive on their ‘following’ page. When I refer to your “homepage”, I’m referring to the feed that you see when signed into Godinterest containing your and your followers posts. This is different from your personal Godinterest page ( which contains all of your posts including your replies to other users. You can have an unlimited amount of followers, but only follow a select few people if you want, making it easy to stay in touch with the people you care to stay in touch with.


Anyone that follows @you will see your posts on their homepage.  By putting another person’s @username at the start of a statement, it will show up in their notifications.


Direct Messages are private messengers (to other Godinterest users / the general public) that are exchanged between two users that follow each other. You cannot direct message someone that does not follow you and vice versa. Direct messages are the only private way to converse on Godinterest. “DM’s” are basically like emails. They are unsearchable on Godinterest.


Hashtags # are a way to label posts so that other users can see posts on the same topic. Hashtags contain no spaces or punctuation and begin with a “#” symbol.

Godinterest users create trending topics by using hash tags. For instance, a user might create a hashtag as a fun way to start a conversation like #God #Bless #Christian #ChristianSocialNetwork
Lastly, hashtags are used to punctuate statements or jokes on Godinterest. Some Godinterest users make sentence-long hashtags for comic effect.

Check out some of the most touching images posted to Godinterest today.

….#Christmas Angels By David Brandt Berg For the Christian, every day can be Christmas! #Jesus showers His love down on us every day of the year. But sad to say, it’s not that way for so many poor folk…


…“I’ve Got Some Scars, But I’m Still Alive.” | The Prude Girl’s Blog

…The Destiny of the Unevangelized: Universal Opportunity | #Liberty Community Online

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What Would Jesus Pin?

The phrase “What would Jesus do?” (often abbreviated to WWJD) became popular in the United States in the 1990s and as a personal motto for adherents of Evangelical Christianity who used the phrase as a reminder of their belief in a moral imperative to act in a manner that would demonstrate the love of Jesus through the actions of the adherents. This saying has become a guiding principle for many Christians.

As simple as it seems, the question—What would Jesus Do?—still leaves us wondering.

However, we’re flipping that around and asking you the question, WWJP—Would #Jesus Pin? or Post? Do You Really Want to Know?

First Peter 2:21 says that Jesus left us “an example, that we should follow in his steps.” So, it’s admirable and biblical to ask “WWJP —What would Jesus Pin?” 

what would jesus pinEveryone who knows anything about the gospels—and even those who don’t—knows at a basic level that Jesus was a friend of #sinners. Yet we find ourselves constantly challenged by Jesus’s example to make sure we do not turn away outsiders in a way that Jesus never would.

If the truth be told Jesus was a friend of sinners not because he winked at sin, ignored sin, or enjoyed light-hearted revelry with those engaged in immorality. Jesus was a friend of sinners in that he came to save sinners.

We looked at the four gospels with the above question in mind and discovered seven priorities that guided Jesus. He would seek the Father for the strength and wisdom to embrace, restore, confront, teach, serve, and equip the people around him.

These seven priorities should drive us back to the gospels to take a fresh look at how Jesus lived. As users of the social networking websites we need to keep asking ourselves—#What Would Jesus Pin? or Post. It’s a great question. But remember: If you’re not sure what Jesus actually did in his life, then you’re just guessing at what he might do in yours.

We’ve included some of the most compelling photos posted to Godinterest today.

…i love doing these portraits, and our friend suits them perfectly!

…lucky enough to go into the enclosure with Mia, this gorgeous female #cheetah at the WHF Centre in Smarden, Kent

…a Chinese paramilitary police recruit being shipped to start his service in the Zhejiang province began to tear up in this photo, taken on Dec. 12, 2010.

…kevin Berthia was talked out of jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge by this police officer in 2005. He has since become an advocate for suicide prevention and has started a family.

…starving boy and #missionary


We want to hear from you, when you write a message, share a photo, or a video online, do you stop and think about what it says about you as a believer? Share your response in the comments field below.

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Capture And Share God’s World With Pictures

We cannot be everywhere, yet photographs take us nearly everywhere. Our vision is formed by what we see from those images. For example their was a recent trending discussion on how terrible it was that young children, as young as two, were smoking in parts of Indonesia. Why? Because visuals of children smoking were posted on Godinterest. Such images hit us right in the gut.

Every week 100s of pictures are shared on Godinterest. In this post we are going to show you some of the images that caught our attention this week. Powerful pictures that everybody in the world should see. Photographs that will make you think, will make you stare  and feel the emotions of that moment and perhaps will make you weep.

Some of them are popular photos that you probably have seen before, and others are pictures telling stories of ordinary people.

You will see desperate people facing the end, photos of unexpected events and photos about affection, stories of war and stories of love.

…Islamist War on #Christians

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…Bruno Morandi captures a tribal Chhetri woman in Nepal. [2009]

…Survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan, which left 1.9 million homeless, take part in a #religious procession in Tolosa on the eastern Philippine island of Leyte.

…Reflections of a Hurting #Missionary

…fatherless | #God Loving Woman

…the Cost of Routine Booze Madness | Walking Is Still Honest – One Dollar by Ryan Hardgrove

…3 weeks old infant with albinism snuggles up to his cousin for a snooze.

…giving Freely of Your Resources as Unto the #Lord. Keep in mind how little you know about people, situations and circumstances in life.

…Daddy’s Slippers – #God is Good Thank you Abba for your Love❤️ ❤️ #God the Father God the Son God the Sprit ❤️ Thank You ❤️

…A Rwandan boy left scarred after being liberated from a death camp.

…Hhaing The Yu, 29, holds his face in his hand as rain falls on the decimated remains of his home near Myanmar’s capital of Yangon (Rangoon). In May 2008, cyclone Nargis struck southern Myanmar, leaving millions homeless and claiming more than 100,000 lives

…latest in the children of war series. A young african boy is not even given a glance as a soldier walks by. children are discarded and tossed away as eas…

Thanks for visiting us today! Check back at #Godinterest for more original breathtaking photo stories every day.

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Godinterest @Mentions


You can join the conversation on Godinterest by @replying to others and by mentioning them in your own posts.

What is a mention?

  • A mention is any Godinterest update that contains “@username” anywhere in the body of the Post.
  • We collect these messages, as well as all your @replies, in your Notifications tab.
  • If you include more than one person’s name in your Post and you use the @username format, all of those people will see the Post in their Notifications tab.
To post a mention on Godinterest:
  1. Type the body of your post as you normally would, but replace any names you include with that person’s @username. For example: “I love @Godinterest”
  2. Post it.
  3. Our system will recognize and link to the @username in the Post.

What Is a Direct Message or DM on Godinterest?

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Direct messaging

Definition: A direct message (DM) is a private message sent via Godinterest to one of your followers. You can only send a direct message to a user who is following you; you can only receive direct messages from users you follow.
To send a direct message via the web:

  1. Sign in to your Godinterest account.
  2. Click your username in the top navigation bar and then on Messages .
  3. You’ll see a pop up showing your direct message history. Click the New message button.
  4. In the address box, type the name or username of the person you wish to send a message to.
  5. Tip: Make sure that user follows you. You can only send direct messages to users who follow you, even though you can receive messages from any user that you follow.
  6. Enter your message and click Send message.



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