Archive for January 31st, 2018

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Dad, do you like to work? (Work can vary from mental labor to manual labor but it is Your work.) If you really enjoy working, have your son work with you. Let him hear you “whistle” while you work, Let him see the pleasure you feel at a job done & done well. Do not just show him how to handle a tool, where to/how to stand/sit as he learns the task, teach him to enjoy working. Besides being a Christian, nothing better can be said about your son than “He’s a good worker.” That, Dad, is up to you. Amen?

– eab, 1/19/18




The great God above,

Where all beings have love,

May welcome you home with a smile.

Or the god of doom,

Where flowers ne’er bloom,

May “welcome” you below, after-while.

– eab, 1/31/06


Your greatest possession is not your house, though the biggest in the area. Your greatest possession is not a car in the driveway, though it’s a late model. Your greatest “possession” is not the wonderful wife/husband at your house, though I hope you love them above all humans. Your greatest possession is your soul. House, vehicle, even mate stay on earth when your soul sours J (or plunges L) to eternity. Are you ready?

– eab, 1/24/18



“Man’s highest freedom is in being a servant of God.”

– George Shaw, /Spirit in Redemption/


Advertisers, salesmen, greedy men/companies who want you to be materialistic, do /not/ want you to be content. But, you see, they do not control the “Content Button” in your life. You do. J

– eab, 1/31/18


Mat 25.23

“Well done, good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things,

I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.”


What would it take to make you content? (It could be a maturing moment to truthfully answer this question.) Does your answer have a dollar sign attached? None of us can adequately do this, but try – TRY to project yourself ¼ to ½ a century into the future – What will it take to make you content *then*?

– eab, 1/31/18


Did you know (OT)
Shortest verse: 1 Chronicles 1:25
Longest verse: Esther 8:9  (78 words)
Longest chapter: Psalms 119
Largest book: Psalms – United Fellowship Outreach

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