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Archive for November 6th, 2009

B-E-W-A-R-E

For Your Information!

Very recently a child was taken to the doctor in Indiana with some flu-like symptoms.  The doctor called it H1N1 without doing any blood work.  He told the mother (we’ve met her, know the grandparents well) “We’re calling all flu N1H1 now.”  What objectivity?

 

How convenient for “stats.” 

How convenient for governments, big pharmaceuticals, or others who want the public to think there is an “epidemic.”  

How convenient to call all flu “swine flu” and try to scare people into unnecessary vaccinations or approving a government “health care” change, both of which may damage you for life. 

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H A P P Y   B I R T H D A Y

 

 

 

T O   O U R

 

 

D E A R   H E A T H E R  ! ! !

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MEASURED THINGS

In the beginning – of measured things,

Before the clock of time was wound,

It was know that man would sin,

And a remedy had to be found.

 

After a period of loving thought,[1]

It was decided by the Great Three-In-One,

That God would send man a Gift –

His Fellow Creator, Partner, and Son. 

                – eab, 11/69

 


[1] “Thought” is probably a misnomer but allow a little of that concept and realize this was 40 years ago in my thinking.

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Hail, Father, whose creating call
Unnumbered worlds attend;
Jehovah, comprehending all,
Whom none can comprehend!

In light unsearchable enthroned,
Whom angels dimly see,
The fountain of the Godhead owned,
And foremost of the Three.

From Thee, through an eternal now,
The Son, Thine offspring, flowed;
An everlasting Father Thou,
An everlasting God.

Nor quite displayed to worlds above,
Nor quite on earth concealed;
By wondrous, unexhausted love,
To mortal man revealed.

Supreme and all-sufficient God,
When nature shall expire,
And worlds created by Thy nod
Shall perish by Thy fire.

Thy Name, Jehovah, be adored
By creatures without end,
Whom none but Thy essential Word
And Spirit comprehend

Samuel S Wesley Jr. died this date, 11/6/1739.  He was named for his father, Samuel S Wesley Sr., and was a brother of the famous revivalists John and Charles Wes­ley.  

Sam­u­el received his education at West­min­ster School and later at Christ Church, Ox­ford.  Samuel Jr. was one of the pro­mot­ers of an in­firm­a­ry at West­min­ster (1719).  He took the head mastership of Ti­ver­ton Free School (1732).  He had been born 2/10/1690 at London, England.

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