Archive for November 29th, 2020

Psa 14.1 +

Psa 14.1

“The fool hath said in his heart,

There is no God…”

“An allegory is when a thing is signified & understood otherwise than as the words express

…to play with allegories in Christian doctrine is dangerous.

– Martin Luther

A thief is a thief whether he takes your money, your wife, or your vote. Thieves go to hell. No money stealer, no mate stealer, no ballot stealer will be in heaven. What an awful price – going to damnation for ever – to corruptly “win” an election for whatever party, in whatever Country, in whatever Era. It is no sin to legally lose – it’s a terrible sin to illegally “win.” Hell Is Hot! – 11/16/20

“…fleshly lusts assail a man most of all in his youth;

in his middle age, ambition & vainglory; & in old age, covetousness.”

– Martin Luther

The number of yrs you spend on earth may be of interest, but it’s not the most significant fact. The size family you produced may be important but it’s not what’s most significant. The accumulated wealth, considered by many as most significant, is not. What is? When you drew your last breath & slumped to the floor, did holy angels carry you UP or did you Drop into hell? (“…prepared for the devil & his angels” Mat 25.44) – 11/17/20

The compromiser      

The compromiser is a trial to me;

His blindness I find hard to see.

He wants to go a broader road.

God, help me carry a greater prayer-load

And love him back, dear Lord, to Thee.

– eab, 11/20/09

If you believe the church is separate from the world why, Brother/Sister, do you listen to singers who’re worldly? Your wife & at-home-daughters have hair the length God wants it, but you buy CDs or go to hear (& through ticket/“offering” support) a woman whose hair is cut, therefore is the length THEY want it. Sir/Ma’am this displeases God. Come out from them, surely includes leaving “their” singers. – 11/19/20  

“When the world comes in

it will want to bring with it its idols.”
– V O Agan

2Co 6.17

“Wherefore come out from among them

 & be ye separate, saith the Lord,”

Thank you so much Son, for the meal you paid for from Cracker Barrel which I picked up Tuesday. Thanks for an abundant amount of turkey breast, mashed potatoes, dressing, mac & cheese, sweet potato casserole, cranberry sauce, bread & butter, & the two pies. What a feast! It was so nice of you, Andrew to do this for your parents & the Dickinsons returning from mission travels & most recently singing for week at Gospel Center (AZ). I hope the Lord’s already placed the amount & more into your accounts. – 11/29/20  

“We are not disturbed by doubts & defeats

when we make everything a matter of earnest prayer.”
– T M Anderson

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