Archive for March 14th, 2015

“Yea, he sent out his arrows, and scattered them; and

he shot out lightnings, and discomfited them.

Psa 18.14

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“Ministers shall not give themselves to excess in drinking or ryott spending their time idelie by day or by night playinge about dice cards or any other unlawful game.”

– Virginia Legislature, 1632

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When your “doctored” physical appearance,

or your culture/cultic clothing,

or your arrogant behavior, draws the attention, Christ is not glorified.

– eab, 9/27/14

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Jesus, who touched the blind man’s eyes,

Was God, so, He had no surprise

That the man saw things “in the rough.”

A single touch was not enough.

When will we, this truth realize?

– eab, 3/14/08

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Ada Ann Fitzgerald Whiddington died, 3/14/1933, at Hendon, England.  She was born in 1855 in England (both exact date & exact location unknown) to Mr & Mrs Robert Fitzgerald.  She married Mark Whiddington & they were blessed with a son, Richard, who reportedly became Cavendish Professor of Physics at Cambridge University.  Ada is thought to have been associated with the Keswick Convention.

This lady is one of many souls who felt inspired to write the desires of their honest souls. One could wish to know more about her, her background, her times but those are left in history’s shadow. What we do have are these words set to music by the famous Canadian turned American A B Simpson (born, PEI, 1843).   

Not I, but Christ, be honored, loved, exalted; Not I, but Christ, be seen, be known, be heard;

Not I, but Christ, in every look and action, Not I, but Christ, in every thought and word.


O to be saved from myself, dear Lord, O to be lost in Thee,

O that it might be no more I, But Christ, that lives in me.

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