Archive for March 14th, 2017

1Co 13. 11

“When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child:


when I became a man, I put away childish things.”

> > Be honest with yourself – have YOU put away childish things? < <

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“We are now becoming what we shall ever be

– lovers of God and the things of God, or haters of God and the things of God.”

– Samuel Logan Brengle, from his Resurrection Power

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Advice – to the married lady who’s concerned about her husband’s “unhealthy diet.” The food fixed in most homes is the food “moma” likes. Period. If you weren’t raised to eat healthy you’ll have to first train yourself to cook/like healthy foods. Read HOW to fix them and experiment preparing them so they taste delicious! (Do this without bragging, nagging or talking much about it.) Healthy is not about X or Y foods – a variety of home-raised meat, veggies, and fruits are probably best. Don’t become a vegetarian/vegan. Jesus ate fish and honeycomb (Luk 24.42) and fixed fish and bread for His disciples (Joh 21.9).

– eab, 2/27/17

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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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Once a liar has gotten you to “swallow” moderate,

some-what-believable-tales he may (depending on “nerve”) try a larger lie. (Maybe parallel to kleptomaniacs who don’t need articles but want to see if they can “get by.”) Hollywood has produced many sci-fi films. The public knows they are unreal yet discusses scenes, memorizes lines, and places characters almost (if not in fact) on demigod plains. The stretching of the lie moves to new levels. Are the greedy, defiled producers testing how gullible the public is?

They’ll probably keep on until some (many?) people believe fictions to the damnation of their souls.

– eab, 3/7/17

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Ante-Nicene Quote

“…unless the human race have the power of avoiding evil and choosing good by free choice, they are not accountable for their actions.”

– Justin, from his First Apology

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