Cesidian Church testing Salvation before the Big Day (pre-Judgement Day Salvation test)


There are many monkeys, some of them very cruel and violent, that have human rights, believe it or not.

Why? Because those monkeys only appear to be human beings, and thus have human rights.

Many other monkeys, however, weren't able to be 'born again' into human, or God-like form, even though they deserved the opportunity, and one of these is Tommy, who is caged in a New York state farm, as the first two articles below highlight.

The Nonhuman Rights Project is one of the few UMMOA-sponsored organisations [1].

With their help, the Bishop of the Cesidian Church hopes that a New York judge will soon decide in favour of human-like rights for Tommy, in a landmark legal battle.

You see, just as monkeys preceded humans to space [2], monkeys will also precede humans to Salvation, "[s]o the last will be first, and the first will be last" (Matthew 20:16).

Some readers may not believe that what is being stated here, is being stated in matter-of-fact fashion. However, even if you believe that Jesus is not alive, and thus he cannot judge you, there is evidence that Jesus, 'Big Father', is watching you, even if you think he's not alive, and that evidence is shown in the third article below.

This is a test.

The UMMOA is one of the sponsors of the Salvation test of the Nonhuman Rights Project.

This is only a test — and a warning for evil doers, and evil nations.


Appeals panel to weigh personhood for chimpanzee
http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/Appeals-panel-to-weigh-personhood-for-chimpanzee-5797943.php

Should be chimps be given human rights? New York judge will decide in landmark legal battle
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/should-chimps-given-human-rights-4384056

First hint of 'life after death' in biggest ever scientific study
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-news/11144442/First-hint-of-life-after-death-in-biggest-ever-scientific-study.html

Cesidian Church (CCh)
http://cesidian.church
HMRD Cesidio Tallini [3, 4]
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