Archive for June 7th, 2010

“Everything that goes up


must come down.”  Yes? . . .


No!!!  Not true of the saint


that’s heaven-bound!

– eab, 6/7/10

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The road to modernism bends,

But slightly left of right.

So slightly, in fact, that the same scenes,

Appear to casual sight.


Then a little farther it veers,

(‘Tis only but-a-little.)

As when a peg, almost fits the hole;

A little pressure, a gentle whittle.


The path now gently curves some more,

You hardly tell the turning,

ALMOST everything you still stand for,

You know the same yearning.


An ever-growing curve it is,

This road to left of right.

The curve gets tighter as you watch

The “prospects” seem so bright.


…      it is a curve [1]

…      with most traveling men

…      seemed just left of right

…      simple way in sin sad sin 

– eab, Jun. ‘83

[1] Words lost due to my pad getting wet when hunting. Thought worth posting as is.

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“God’s clock keeps perfect time” [1]


“God is your Father.” [2] (perhaps fits with the “my wife”)

“Education is a great blessing, yet this is a danger that America today   [written in 1929] is making a god of education.” [3]

“If you want to stay young be around young people, if you want to die you, try to keep up with them.” [4]

E. (Elmer) G. Marsh died this date 6/7/1972.  He was for many years a teacher at God’s Bible School and College, Cincinnati.  He was born 3/7/1880, in Kansas.

[1] From the reservoir of public knowledge, heard and quoted by thousands.

[2] Wesley Duewel, “God’s Mr. Standing By.” God’s Revivalist (August 24, 1972).

[3] E. G. Marsh, Simple A B Z’s of the Second Coming (Cincinnati: Revivalist Press, 1929), 23.

[4] From chapel (unknown date)

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“Anything that a change of date will alter, is not truth.”

“Lord I thank you for letting me see the sights of New York and Lord I thank you that I didn’t see anything I wanted.”

“When the Lord saved me He gave me something I never had, and always wanted.”

“When He sanctified He took out of me something I never needed, and never wanted.”

“Holiness seed never rots.  Plant it and it will grow.”

Bud Robinson was sanctified 6/2/1890, in Hill County, Texas.  He later wrote

My Hospital Experience, Sunshine and Smiles (1902) Honey in the Rock (1913),  Religion, Philosophy and Fun (1957)

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