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As a father enjoys his children

Enjoys them more knowing they are his

God made His children to enjoy

A real-live, talking, walking “toy”

God gave us the ability to choose

(Some sadly fail – they lose.)

We curse or bless Him with our voice.

He wants us in His heaven to rejoice

But going there is ours (not His) choice.

– eab, 12/28/16


Why do people wish to revert to living similar to the OT? (No one lives exactly like the Old Testament!) There has to be a reason. Our Lord’s human life began the New Testament. His teaching & that of His disciples permeates the entirety of the NT. His coming supreme victory & reign terminates the NT. Any reverting to the OT seems anti-Jesus. It is not good & has no grounding in the NT.

– eab, 12/28/17




The devil is a rebel and has been since he fell.

Ole split-hoof will be a rebel as long as there’s a hell;

And when death & hell are emptied into the lake of fire

He’ll go into the latter, still FULL of rebel ire.

– eab, 12/28/14


I am opposed to the coming (almost here) one world of false religion teamed with corrupting political unions. I love the fact that it will fail & fall. I fully favor the world of holy unity in which Christ will soon rule. His non-carnal union will last forever & ever. It comes saints! Hold on & climb higher.

– eab, 12/27/17


“God is looking for somebody that’s looking for God.”

– Glenn Griffith, from his booklet /I Sought for a Man/


*Pastoring* should have “Danger” sign on it. Your people can be blessed (forever) by your faithfulness or, /or/ be cursed because you do not name sin – dangerous for them. But pastoring can be also be dangerous to you. You can see Mr Moneybags has “x” carnal trait & refuse to expose it. You can get soft on the sin of an influential board member & change in your own soul. There are scores, I fear, of men who do not oppose sins they once opposed.

– eab, 12/27/17


Psa 25. 5

“Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation;

on thee do I wait all the day.”


Sinners emphasis living in this world; ignoring both the /coming/ Upper & lower ones. (Saints/sinners lives are a “study-in-contrasts.”) Saints live in two worlds, the first of birth necessity; the second by New Birth possibility.

– eab, 12/27/17

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