Archive for February 3rd, 2015

“And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.”

– Gen 1.3

[ 1st recorded Words of GOD in the Bible. ]

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“It is important in raising a garden that we not only love the plants,

we have to hate the weeds.”

Tom Sproles, 2/3/1982

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Christ WILL have ONE WORLD.  His will be Perfect!

Antichrist men (various stripes) are furiously pushing for one world without God.

Its BRIEF reign will be horrendous!

– eab, 6/15/11

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It’s a wonderful thing to know   (song)

In this journey here below,

He loves me, He loves me.

Now I have no worries or frets,

He forgives and forgets,

He loves me, He loves me.

He sees the sparrow when it falls,

Hears the saint every time he calls,

The very hairs of your head have numbers,

He never sleeps, and He never slumbers.       

It’s a wonderful thing to know

In this journey here below,

He loves me, He loves me.

-eab, Feb. ’72

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Johannes Gutenberg died 2/3/1468.  He was born c.1398 at Mainz, German, to Freile zum Gensfleisch & his 2nd wife, Else Wirick zum Gutenberg, whose maiden name Johannes adopted.  He appears to have been  apprenticed to a goldsmith; press idea was adapted from agricultural presses.  Though moveable type is said to have been used in Asia decades before, Gutenberg with goldsmithing knowledge, created alloy(s?) revolutionizing this process. Sadly in a church leader dispute Mainz was sacked, the original press destroyed.

His first Book, the Gutenberg Bible, referred to as a “Forty-Two-Line” Bible, was completed no later than 1455.  It is said to have sold for 30 florins.  Forty some Gutenberg Bibles still exist.  His press not only made the Bible available, but presses helped reformers spread their news – for example Luther had his 95 Theses printed and circulated widely.

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