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Exo 32.33 +

Exo 32.33

“And the LORD said unto Moses,

‘Whosoever hath sinned against me,

him will I blot out of my book.’”

 

“We need to see & feel the torments of hell & the glory of heaven;

then we could help our people.”

– V O Agan

 

Question – with a good attitude – but still question, anything/everything you see on TV, movies (hollywood/disney/ “christian”), & ALL “news” outlets. “Are you sowing dissension, Bryan?” I’m trying to help you & yours, to help our children, our grandkids & great-grands to avoid a life of bondage to sin. We’ve never lived in an age with more Images. The eye has a direct path of to your brain. Stop believing all you see. 1/27/20

 

“Worldliness robs the Church of its purity & Power & places her

in a position whereby she cannot proclaim the whole counsel of God.”

– V O Agan

 

 

uncommon hill  

History’s most famous land is an Uncommon Hill,

It’s the hill upon which the Savoir died,

Pierced by thorn, cruelly crucified.

History is a series of events,

Random, some seem, full of dings and dents,

Brilliant or scarred, free or barred

Filling all the past [if history fills all the past].

History also has to have its land,

On which acts start and then expand,

Events all pass, the land lasts.

History plays out on real valley and hill,

By river’s bend, by bays, as tides fill.

History did not act out into thin air

History takes place on dirt and sod,

Some of it for, some against God.

All of history took place on land

On rocky rise, on stretches of sand

History fills time’s line completely full,

Ethereal-like, exciting or more dull.

Real history covers slopes and scarps,

Little knolls, rolling plains, hills and sharps.

The greatest history took place on an Uncommon Hill.

– eab, 1/23/11

 

“…A mind may be permanently soiled by unsavory conversations, books ‘off color’…some books are without any…bad pages…yet the subtle character of the writer thru his words damages the pure white of the young reader’s mind.”

– J M Ludlow

 

Do not trust people who wear masks. People who love a masquerade find it easier to flirt (IMO) with some else’s wife or husband than they would without the mask. People who show up at rallies in masks will be (IMO) more reckless than they would without one. People who rob banks wear masks. But the worst “masked” people are teachers/preachers who were “on the right”, switched “to the left,” but don’t want their followers to know. 1/28/20

 

2Pe 2.15

“Which have forsaken the right way & are gone astray,

following the way of Balaam the son of Bosor, who loved the wages of unrighteousness”

 

Do you obey what my dad, Clyde D Bryan, called The Checks of the Spirit? “But – but all the other families in the church do _ _ _ (you fill blank).” “But – but the other couples go.” If the spirit has checked you, love God enough to obey Him. An expression from the 50s (I know not who to credit) “Others may, you cannot.” 1/29/20

 

“Men judge the worker by the work;

God judges the work by the worker.”

– Martin Luther

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