Archive for February 6th, 2016


Genesis 2.5 – 6

“And every plant of the field before it was in the earth, and every herb of the field before it grew: for the LORD God had not caused it to rain upon the earth, and there was not a man to till the ground.

“But there went up a mist from the earth, and watered the whole face of the ground.”


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Pascal Quote

“Other religions as the pagan are more popular for they consist in externals. But they are not for educated people. A purely intellectual religion would be more suited to the learned but it would be of no use to the common people.

The Christian religion alone is adapted to all being composed of externals and internals. It raises the common people to the internal and humbles the proud to the external; it is not perfect without the two for the people must understand the spirit of the letter and the learned must submit their spirit to the letter.”

– Blaise Pascal, from his Pensees

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You can have little but only need a little and therefore appear to be “well off.” Or, sadly, you can have a lot but need (in your mistaken mind) a lot and therefore appear to always be “just getting by.”

Sons and daughters of King Jesus can do better than the latter.  

– eab, 2/6/16

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The winged bird is not thought absurd,

When he throbs forth his soul.

Nor is the boy denied his joy

With hook, line, sinker, and pole.

It’s seen as no disgrace to “shine” one’s face,

For victories in the park.

But Christian men must hide within,

This glowing, heavenly spark?         

– eab, 2/16/86

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Be a Doer, not a theater Goer

“He’s a good actor.” In other words, he’s practiced until he’s a “perfect” fake. You, culturally-corrupted soul, have seen enough bogus, false actors you feel qualified to judge him as a better hypocrite than the next hypocrite.

Please, Friend, AWAKE – our world has accepted “acting” as respectable. No.  REAL people do not need or admire the artificial, wholly fictitious world of theater.  Be a Doer not a theater Goer.

Some readers need to say “ouch,” other can say “Amen.”

– eab, 2/6/16

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