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First?  Chicken or the egg?

Ordinary Day – the egg is 1st (breakfast), then chicken dinner. 🙂

Creation Day – the chicken was first. 

– eab, 9/30/10

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A one-world church will soon find form,

To thus join-in will seem the “norm,”

To help the displaced, the poor, the weak

Sounds good – till measured by the Meek. [1]

Such a church won’t stand earth’s final storm.

          – eab, 9/29/08        


[1] Jesus Christ

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9/30 is said to be the publishing date, 1452, for the  1st book ever published, Johann Guttenberg’s Holy Bible.

Some 180 of these were printed and over 45 are known to be in existence.  Of these 3 are considered to be perfect, one of which is in the Library of Congress.

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Sinners are not saints. Saints are not sinners. 

True sinners agree with the above. 

True saints agree with the above. 

Only those trying to straddle the impossible border disagree.   

– eab, 7/18/10

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The rest of the deer from that stage in time,

On that far away rolling ranch,

Have now ceased to be, dying by

Cottonwood, outcrop, or a Dead Horse branch.

 

One buck from that era of western time,

A non-typical one that fall,

Still “lives” on, in a sense you’d say,

Majestically, he hangs on my den wall.

                – eab, 9/24/08

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“Lord Jesus, I am weary in thy work, but not of it.”

George Whitefield, English revivalist, is said to have prayed this on the day before his death at age 56.

George Whitefield was born 12/16/1714, Gloucester, England to an innkeeper.  He was converted to Christ, 1735, the same year he met John and Charles Wesley.  He visited America as a missionary in 1738 returning later that year.  He became known for his preaching in the “fields.”  Whitefield died 9/30/1770 at Newsburyport, Massachusetts.

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“Think outside the Box”? 

 

Definitely.

 

 

Live inside the BOOK

 

Pleasantly!

– 9/10/10

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