Archive for April 24th, 2017

God, Who is wonderfully around us, and under us, and beside us, and in front of us, and behind us, wants to be IN US. He in His infinite wisdom and purposeful-will, so made us that He allows us, mere mumbling mortals, to neglect Him, or invite Him into our lives, or (sad, backsliding-act) reject Him back out of our lives. What a patient God! Please friend, be friendly to your greatest possible Friend.

– eab, 4/6/17

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1Jo 3. 8

“He that committeth sin is of the devil; for the devil sinneth from the beginning.

For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that he might destroy the works of the devil.”

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“The devil has no roads.

He always travels God’s roads and corrupts them.”

– Steve D Herron, sermon 3/24/91

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Few farmers were atheists. They studied the sky, the seasons, the seeds. They knew that sun and rain controlled their crops more than they did. Farmers were once some of the most authentic beings, and numerous, on earth. (Once, almost every body raised a little-to-a-lot of what they ate.) It may not be all an accident that we’ve lost many of our God-fearing, God-honoring farmers.

– eab, 4/22/17

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The marshalling of letter men,

In columns across a page,

Arranged and rearranged again,

To tell a later age

The ideals, the hopes,

The palpations of the heart,

Words “smithed,” stretched in place –

The writer’s serious art.

– eab,   Apr. 2001

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God is the most illustrious W.H.O. man can ever imagine.

He and He alone, daily does just W.H.A.T. He wants to do.

God is here, there, every W.H.E.R.E. He wishes to be,

W.H.E.N. He wished to manifest Himself and W.H.E.N. He wishes to be less obvious.

W.H.Y. is there a God? Please excuse “cold philosophy” but there HAS TO BE a First Cause.

– eab, Apr ‘17

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Ante-Nicene Quote

“For from the first He sent messengers into the world, – men whose stainless righteousness made them worthy to know the Most High, and to reveal Him, – men abundantly endowed with the Holy Spirit…”

– Tertullian, APOLOGY

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