1 Peter 1:8 Whom having not seen, ye love; in whom, though now ye see him not, yet believing, ye rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory: [KJV]
2nd July - 2011
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It’s time to take action.
For many years now the publishing of the holy Bible has fallen into commercial hands. There is nothing new in this, in fact, when the first Revision of the King James Bible in the 1880s was to be published there were arguments and copyright battles over the rights of the American edition. The trade in Bibles is a multi-billion-dollar industry.
So what does “Settings of the King James Bible” actually mean? Bible publishers are found to be cavalier and casual in their attention to detail and accuracy when it comes to the actual printing of the material contained in the holy Bible. This is quite apart from deliberately misleading and changing the words of the Bible between editions.
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The printing of the holy Bible is entrenched in commercial hands. It is big business. I personally believe that the King James Bible is the word of God in English. Whoever is the publisher of the Bible, they should take particular care to make sure that the settings are accurate and without flaws.
Type is not set in the same way that it used to be. Once a mistake is made it is very easily replicated over and over again. I am sure that we have all read books which have “setting” mistakes within them. We can often see these types of mistakes when we haven’t written the material ourselves. Sometimes, in our own writing, we brush these embarrassing mistakes off as “typos.” Anybody who has ever published anything has had problems with these “settings” or typological mistakes. We don’t pick up these mistakes in our own material and we don’t pick them up when we believe and trust the material that we are reading. Even so, these mistakes are there and even if they don’t change our perception they can change the perception of other people reading them. We should be able to buy a King James Bible free of careless mistakes in the setting of the printed type.
Most of us will read a Bible, especially King James Bible, with the implicit understanding that the text that we are reading is correct.
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Having the written word of God is more important for the human race than clean air, clean water, a stable climate, world peace or any other consideration. Don’t let a matter as important as this, lie entirely in the hands of commercialism.
26th June - 2011
Well here it is Sunday afternoon again. Who would have thought that we could arrive so quickly at the last Sunday of this financial year? It was great to see visitors at both Max seven and the morning meeting today at church. I got to preach today and launched out on a message called A NEW DAY - THE ABSENCE OF FEAR.
It was a standard word of exhortation about the many forms of fear that surround this day and how those fears are neutralised by the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Along with the various fears that I considered are the new fears of ecological disasters and the fear of the loss of privacy. Although young people don’t seem to fear losing their privacy because they’ve never really felt the persecution that the loss of privacy can lead to.
I had a look at the British philosopher Jeremy Bentham. You may never have heard of him but with the advent of two way smart televisions you might like to refresh yourself in his observations. His actual body, his corpse, is embalmed and stuffed sitting in a booth at the entrance of University College London. He bought forward the shocking theory that an observer could watch prisoners without the prisoners knowing for certain that they were under observation. He meant that the fear of being watched or rather not being certain that you are being watched would mean that you would need less prison staff in order to control the main body of prisoners. He was working on the psychological fear and the uncertainty of having your behaviour observed and monitored without you actually knowing that it was happening. Your behaviour could be monitored at any time without your knowledge and so you would automatically fear being watched all the time. He achieved this through architectural design of the buildings but now, of course, we have digital cameras and the Internet. Unless you’re careful someone could turn on your web cam and turn on the microphone to watch you and hear everything that you said or listen to. I think with these new smart televisions there will be more invasions of our privacy. You spend most of your life, these days, under the watchful eyes of one type of camera or another.
Governments will continue to use various fears as a tool of manipulation and control. Whatever happens we Christians are beyond the fear of man and natural thinking because of the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ from the grave. We have been made free from the law and this is certain certain by the resurrection of our lord Jesus Christ.
What a crowd we had for Sunday night supper! New people, old people and the regulars with a few missing entirely. Leone was coming back from a trip to Dubbo to pick up the grandchildren and so she missed the fun. On Sunday afternoon, right out of the blue, I got a phone call from the lady that we knew 30 odd years ago. Well actually, she was looking for Leone & went looking for her on Google but found me instead. Phone rings, I pick up and behold a voice from the past. What a joy and blessing to talk to people that you haven’t seen for years but are still serving the Lord Jesus Christ. I got her phone number and Leone rang as soon as she returned home.
Listening to the ABC National radio is an amusing pastime. Once upon a time I would have become extremely frustrated and upset at the loads of the waffle that I hear. Now it’s just the realisation that the world is swamped with humanism & natural thinking that doesn’t take into account the fact that God has spoken to us by the prophets. Speaking of this I’ve put up a post about the power of changing even small Anglo-Saxon words in a Bible translation. You will receive links to this post and I hope that you take the time to read it.
I got a phone call from the USA telling me that they wanted to pay me some royalty monies. What a nice surprise this was. The figure they quoted was so large that I thought it could not possibly represent the number of volumes that are being sold, it was more likely a kindhearted gesture to be a blessing in the Lord Jesus Christ.
It would be extremely gratifying to find out that people had brought that number of copies of the multimedia presentation that I did on “How to Find the Inbuilt Dictionary Contained in the King James Bible” or words to that effect. I’m going to launch out into another one about the simplicity and purity of the English language used in the King James Bible. In spite of what appears to be the everyday experience of the English Bible, the King James Bible is extremely precise in its meanings and context. There should be no excuse for the mired mixture of choices & doctrines that meet your investigations when you use modern the English versions of the Bible. After all the Bible should be simple and concise meaning the same thing to everybody. Admittedly, there is design mystery because you have to want to do his will to be able to rightly discern his will within the word of God.
Oh how I long for the strawberry season to start again. When I was a boy in the UK my father had a huge garden attached to an old manor house. In this garden there were at least three different greenhouses. One of these greenhouses was heated. There was a boiler that fed hot water pipes through the bedding mixture inside the greenhouse. You could grow exotic plants through the winter months. If I had this greenhouse in our backyard I would get it fired up to grow strawberry plants in the heart of winter. Yes I would. In my angry stupidity as a young teenager I systematically smashed the greenhouse glass windows at our home. One after another. It was a pointless and ungrateful display of anger. The most memorable part of it was the correction that my father administered. He told me that this was why I was sent away to boarding school & he paid other people to correct me with a cane. I felt awful and did not break any more greenhouse Windows.
That house had a great kitchen garden as well is formal gardens, orchards and a really amazing stretch a sloping grass that was kept rough-cut. In the centre was a huge mulberry tree and the whole area was filled with bulbs that grew up through the grass into a vibrant colourful shimmering display in the spring. Yes the snowdrops grew up through the snow before it melted in the spring. We had an inside Coldwater Fish Tank which overflowed out into a fish pond in the formal garden which then overflowed out of the formal garden down through a small waterfall arrangement flowing through a rock garden into a larger pond in the main general garden. I think we had about two acres attached to the Manor house that we lived in in a town called Orpington in the UK. We also had a swimming pool with a sort of pool pool house. This was very unusual in England at that time. At the end of the kitchen garden there was a brook that flowed and became covered in ice in the winter. On the other side of this brook was a steep Bald Hill that rose up and in the winter time it was covered with snow. It was our favourite toboggan area and we used to helter-skelter down the run hoping that we could break in time before we hit the brook and the water or if it was iced over crash hard into our backyard fence.
The front of the property along the main road was shielded by a band of trees that was like a small strip of woodland. In one corner of the kitchen garden that was what was quaintly called a Wendy House. This is like a small house with small doors and windows and had several rooms inside. It was a great place for me to go to to have a quiet smoke until my sister ratted on me to my mum. The people who brought the house from my mum and dad developed it into suburban blocks for housing and so we were the last children to enjoy it this wonderful space in the centre of an urban town.
We are getting frosty nights and that extremely bright but pale sunshine through the day. I’m looking forward to the midweek meeting tonight and I hope that some of our visitors return because the entrance of the word of God always brings light. If you allow the word of God to stir your conscience and build your faith you will move into the pathway of the freedom of being able to serve God with your whole heart and mind, body and strength.
I nearly had a heart failure this morning – I sighed to myself – I got a text message on my mobile to say that my Internet charges for the month had not been paid and my access to the Internet was barred. Mock horror how would I survive without being able to go online? My immediate thought was “I should not have shutdown that modem access account” and as the horror of it all started to sink in I remembered “hey – you have a pre-parade USB broadband – all is not lost you can use that.” I checked the bank and there should have been enough money and then I remembered that I had, in a cost cutting frenzy, taken on a cheaper broadband plan and low and behold I’d gone beyond my quota of download gigabytes and the reason that I didn’t have enough money for the payment was because I had been charged an excess for the extra gigabytes that I had downloaded. Oh dear, I tried to save $20 only to be charged an extra $28. I wouldn’t have had to pay any more for the excess if I’d stayed on the old plan. Oh well we live and learn but I have a funny feeling that they will charge me a fee to change the plant back again. Perhaps the best way forward is not to use the Internet for so much traffic. One of my latest perks is to be able to control my main desktop computer while out on the road with my netbook. I also run all of our main phoneline bills to VoIP which is an over Internet phone connection. It saves me heaps.
I’m becoming a bit of an expert on cheap fuel and cost savings although I have not got to the point where I turn all the electrical appliances in the household off standby. I can’t get to most of the mains plugs on the wall anyway but I’m told that if you are serious about saving electrical power you have to shut down all the stand by appliances.
I’m on the list to have an energy audit as part of my Hardship arrangements. I just know they’re going to tell me that we can’t afford to have a huge chest freezer and three different refrigerators, some with their own freezers, all running at the same time for two people. Oh, did I mention the small refrigerated cooler that I keep by my main chair in the front room? It runs through a 12 V adapter because it is really designed to use in a car. Really being able to cool things is a sign of civilisation. In ancient times runners had to bring blocks of ice down from the ice clad mountains to store in earth caves for the rich to be able to enjoy the refreshment of icecold drinks.
Fortunately I have to go on a waiting list before my energy audit can be carried out. What will they say about my main computer that is always on with its two huge screens and various backup devices humming away in the background? To say nothing of the Internet connection that is always on. Could I live without my electronic baubles? I hope I don’t have to find out.
We packed all my books to take down to the second-hand bookshop for sale but I’ve been scratching through the boxes and pulling them out to read again. If I like an author I normally end up with everything that they’ve never published. My wife laughs at me because there are virtually no female authors in my collection. What will I do with all the empty bookshelves?
I have kept all my Bibles and anything to do with Christianity including my vast library of heresies and corrupt doctrines. I like to know the background of the things people say they believe are true. Although I must admit that most of this is posturing because I certainly haven’t read every volume that is in my library but I do know the generalised content and where to go to get references if I need them.
28th June - 2011
Is not such a bad thing being disabled. I actually got up this morning a little earlier than normal and went into the front room to listen to the radio and enjoy my breakfast. I then picked up a book I was reading and whiled away the time until after 11 o’clock. I knew I had to get out on to the office and do some paperwork that I wasn’t too keen on. Before lunch, I went to the bathroom and enjoyed my ablutions and then got dressed and clean casual clothes and got out into the office in time to get my lunch. I should say that my wife brought my lunch out for me which I ate at a leisurely pace and then turned to my paperwork only to discover, via a text message on my mobile phone, that my Internet was down. Praise the Lord I had enough cash in my wallet for Leone to go down and top up the bank so that the Internet can be paid for.
All this activity and I still hadn’t got to read my Bible or do much praying. It’s 4:30 PM already and I must start getting ready for tonight’s meeting at 7 PM. We will properly continue with the Hebrew study although if we get some new young Christians along we may turn our attention to the need to be filled with the holy spirit and speak in tongues because I happen to know that although they have been involved with charismatic churches they do not have any teaching or understanding on this mighty subject or indeed any subject that involves the word of God. Why would anybody deny a child of God the awesome privilege of being able to speak and pray to God directly from the heart, bypassing their mind, in a language that they’d never learnt and in so doing, glorify God and edify themselves? It makes you wonder doesn’t it? I think that talking in tongues is beginning to die out as an accepted Christian pastime. This is a great pity and is in total contradiction to the word of God.
We had Rayna around for tea last night or more precisely she joined us to eat tea with us. For once she did not arrive with the food but we sat down to a great lamb casserole that Leone had cooked. We had a mighty time of Fellowship and Reina produced a couple of bars of dark chocolate. Dark chocolate, in moderation, is an acceptable treat for diabetics. They persuaded me, Leone and Reina, to watch television with them but I quickly grew bored as they incessantly chat during the show. One redeeming fact was that I’d seen the episode before. I soon returned to the front room and my meditations.
Thank you for your e-mail replies and any comments that you make to my posts. Is very encouraging. Whatever you do determine that you will not lose sight of the lovely son of God and that you will centre your heart and your mind upon him and his will. The driving force in his life was to please his heavenly Father and I hope that this remains the driving force of our lives.
Small Anglo-Saxon words can change your perception!
When it comes to English Bibles, small changes in Anglo-Saxon words have the power to change your perception and understanding of the word of God. I’ll show you an example of this by carefully comparing the same Bible verse from two different Bible translations in the English language. The two versions that I’ll choose are the King James Bible & the Revised Bible. You have to be careful when referencing Bibles that are called revised. There are several Bibles with the name revise or revised in their title. We want to look at the Revised Bible. The reason for this is because this Bible was the first major English revision of the King James Bible, and it starts a deliberate trend to hide the real word of God from us, the English-speaking people.
Here is a brief summary of the revised version: The Revised Version (or English Revised Version) of the Bible is a late 19th-century British revision of the King James Version of 1611. The work was begun in 1879. The New Testament was published in 1881, the Old Testament in 1885, and the Apocrypha in 1894. It is the only officially authorized and recognized revision of the KJV. There were over 50 “scholars” from various denominations on the team. American “scholars” participated by correspondence. The revisers were charged with introducing alterations only if they were required in order to be faithful to the original text. In the New Testament alone, there are more than 30,000 changes made, over five thousand of them based on a new “so-called” better Greek text. I can assure you that they did not stay faithful to the charge that they were given. Brooke Foss Westcott and Fenton John Anthony Hort were the best known of the translation committee members; their fiercest critic of that period was John William Burgon. Hort & Wescott introduced reference documents that were never considered part of the original text at any time in previous church history. Most of the changes are as a result of using these corrupt manuscripts. Hort & Wescott have very detailed profiles that show that they were anything but godly. Burgon strongly opposed this English revision and forcibly argued that the result was not the word of God. This revised version also opens the way for publishers to become extremely protective of their copyright entitlements.
We are going to look at just two parallel versus:
(Heb 1:1 RV) God, having of old time spoken unto the fathers in the prophets by divers portions and in divers manners,
(Heb 1:1 KJV) God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets,
The first thing you notice is that the word order and the structure of the sentences are changed. You have to look carefully at them to spot differences. This is not just a matter of using different definitions. The changes between the two will alter your perception about the word of God.
Let us look at two small words “in” & “by.” In the way that the mind Works, these two small Anglo-Saxon words will change your perception of the word of God, unless you are well informed. By saying that the word of God or rather, what God spoke, is “by” the prophets, you imply that what the prophets spoke is the word of God. By saying that the word of God or rather, what God spoke, is “in” the prophets, you imply that what the prophets spoke contains the word of God.
If you believe beyond all reasonable doubts that the Bible is the word of God, then trusting it to reveal God’s words to you is simple. If you believe that the Bible only contains the word of God then you need some sort of reference to show you clearly (I had a split infinitive here “to clearly show you” but I decided to change it) just what is the word of God and what is merely the reports of mankind. By using the simple word in the phrase “in the prophets” you entrench your perception that the Bible, as we know it, only contains the word of God and therefore its meanings are up for change and debate. This implies that you need someone with specialist knowledge to interpret whatever God might have said.
I’m sure that you can see the problems here. By using the word “in” you are now at odds with the word “all.”
(2Ti 3:16 KJV) All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:
We would then have to do know what the word “Scripture” means. Is the whole of our Bible the Scripture or is only part of our Bible the Scripture? In other words, if the Bible that we are reading only contains Scripture but is not totally Scripture, then who is qualified to make these distinctions?
I believe that the King James Bible is the word of God in English. This English word of God can be traced all the way back to the day of Pentecost when travellers from Britain heard the gospel in their own native language and brought it back to Britain as the word of God.
(Act 2:8 KJV) And how hear we every man in our own tongue, wherein we were born?
I think that it is wonderful that every vernacular Bible up to & until the work on the Revised Bible all agree with one another. Once the Revised Bible was published the way was open for all the vernacular Bibles in the languages of the world to be polluted and changed into something that only contained the word of God and certainly was not the word of God. I think that Revised Edition translation committee has a lot to answer for.
I have endeavoured to keep this Post short. I would welcome any comments or questions & I have posted this through several different blogs and social networks sites. When you develop a love for the word of God you will have access to something that is far more than just another resource for living.
21st June - 2011
What an adventure this life with the Lord Jesus Christ living in us really is! Each day I can see the hand of the Lord Jesus working in my life. You take this great immense and unformed lump of problems & chip away using the chisel of the word of God with the hammer of the spirit and what you get left is clearly a picture of the provision of Lord Jesus - THE HAND OF GOD.
Yes, I am definitely rejoicing in our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Our eldest son left me a very nice surroundsound system with massive speakers. It has all sorts of imports and I mainly use it to play DVDs using its sound system and streaming the video to my multimedia projector. This image fills the entire wall at one end of our front sitting room. I haven’t been able to get around the back of it to look at all the different inputs that are there. With a bit of help I was able to discover two rather neat ones. The first was an FM radio aerial input - now I can listen to the radio with extremely rich sounds. The second import was for an audio in from a tape player. I was able to utilise this to allow audio import from my netbook computer into this very rich sound system. I have been listening to the radio a little bit and especially the ABC national radio. I heard a program about Doctor Who, who is a favourite of mine. The program dealt with the psychology of fear and evil. If you are a Doctor Who fan then you will know who are the really evil beings who appear throughout the series from 1963 onwards. I found the conversation interesting because they discussed the origin of our modern concept of evil. It was interesting because they got involved in a discussion about to corrupt philosophers who have managed to influence our modern way of thinking and more importantly, the modern Bibles which so many receive as the word of God. Socrates & Plato, well Socrates first, suggested that good came about through rationality and academic excellence i.e. the cultured and informed mind led the pathway to goodness. Therefore, the absence of rationality and culture led the way towards evil. Jesus Christ said that loving God and loving people lead the way towards good. Therefore, hating God and hating people lead the way towards evil.
Why this is interesting to me is because the Greek pagan philosophers and their various definitions and connotations of Greek words are used to define Bible Greek words rather than allowing the Bible itself to define its own Greek words. Our Lord Jesus Christ perfectly understood good and perfectly understood evil. In fact the Bible freely speaks of “the mystery of godliness” & “the mystery of iniquity.” If you really want to know what evil is & what evil stands for you need to go to the word of God, but beware, a word that says it is the word of God that has been adjusted by the definitions that come from the pagan Greeks like Socrates and Plato are going to tend to steer you in the wrong direction. A careful study of the King James Bible and modern translations into English of the word of God show there is a marked tendency to downgrade evil and its consequences hell. You may choose to trust the pagan Greek philosophers to provide the “true” English meanings of the word of God, but I certainly do not.
We have the midweek meeting this evening and I must say that I am eagerly waiting for the clock to arrive at the start time. Over the last couple weeks the copies of the book that I have ordered for us, to give us a jumpoff point for a study in the book of Hebrews, have been steadily arriving here. I’m not sure if we have enough copies to start this study but if we don’t start it there remains the Sunday message that I prepared that I didn’t actually Minister. I know at least one of the folk have to work & another will be sleeping before going to work, but that will still leave some of us to meet together in the name of Jesus Christ. Even without any Bible study there is a great opportunity for us to join in prayer. Our planet seems to be in a rather fragile state at the moment but worse than that is the state of the humans that inhabit it. We need to pray that the hunger for peace with God through the blood of the Lamb increases across our globe.
Leone has been busy planting more strawberries from the runners of the old plants. I was looking into an article that tells me that are scientific community has been splicing in genes from fish into strawberry plants to make them last longer. I may have mentioned this before but I am astounded at the arrogance of mankind. Not only do we build nuclear power plants on fault lines but were bold enough to fool around with a very building blocks of life. There is even a trend amongst filmmakers to produce story is with happy endings where genetic engineering has been a major theme within the story. I notice that one of our lady senators is urging us to revisit the idea of nuclear power for Australia in the wake of carbon emissions and global warming & this was put forward just this week! We get all worried about a cloud of volcanic ash careering around the atmosphere and grounding our aeroplanes BUT what about the invisible cloud of radioactive particles that stream irresistibly into our atmosphere from the Japanese atomic disaster. 20 years after the Chernobyl disaster there is an estimation of over 1 million human beings who have actually died and nobody knows the long-term effect of radioactive rain polluting the ground and the amount of radiation that continues to flood into humans to the consumption of the food. The Japanese disaster has been in full flight since February this year & it is so bad now that they can’t have workers anywhere near it. But the fact is there is a continual problem of radiation escaping into the atmosphere. The Australian workers union are insisting that the new cars that are being brought into Australia are checked for radioactivity & there is an attempt to check food for radiation. Going back to Chernobyl the radioactive fallout fell right across Turkey & I can tell you that those extremely soft and delicious Turkish dried apricots that you can buy so readily in your supermarket are in actual fact radioactive. Now, we say, the levels are very low but remember that radioactive contamination accumulates in the body of this type of radiation is dirty. Do we as humans learn anything? When I was a boy we used to have our new shoes, while we were trying them on for a good fit, x-rayed. I can remember looking down at the ghostly green image of my toes nestling inside the shoe. Do we do that any more? No we certainly do not because x-ray radiation is accumulates within the body just like the radiation from atomic power plants &/or atomic bombs. Einstein was sufficiently impressed by the horror of nuclear power that he suggested that we had reached a point that we could never go back from. I’m not trying to be unduly alarmist but I am pointing out that natural thinking is absolutely disastrous. The next thing you know is that we’ll all be talking about “the greater good.” The emperor Nero reportedly played his fiddle while Rome burned and I hope that we don’t put our heads in the sand and pretend that everybody knows what they’re doing.
Apart from all of these fears without within I am determined to walk a life that is as holy as Jesus can make it. With this in mind I guard my heart & while I don’t have perfect knowledge about everything I can walk in the wisdom that comes from above. Remember that God is not against thinking as such he warns about thinking in the power of the natural mind and not considering thinking within the perception of his word.
23rd June - 2011
Today in the mail I received over 20 pieces of paper all to do with different aspects of trying to shut down my business and satisfy the Federal government that I’m entitled to some sort of pension. I get more paperwork in a week now than I used to get while I was working in a large part of my day is spent in collating all this paperwork and making endless phone calls.
I’ve got a few projects up my sleeve and I’m looking forward to getting started on them. Leone is knitting again & she is making adjustments to a white dress that she brought for Sophie. Sophie is due to come to stay for a while in August & we are both looking forward to the event.
Yesterday we trip down to Redfern to pick up my new leg. It is a much better fit although it feels very tight & it looks like a real one! I’m wearing it right now. I must say that I’m extremely grateful to the New South Wales health care system in providing me with such a high level of care and support. I’m sitting in my new chair and I’m able to go to the gym at no cost & I’m glad to say that all my healthcare professionals bulk billing me. What more could a man want?
I’ve been listening to some serious scientific debate on the subject of climate change & it appears that be temperature variation models that caused all this is scarier are somewhat flawed. It makes you think doesn’t it? The problem is that rational debate is almost impossible because of the human ego. You can’t actually make a decision all former perception on rational considerations alone, there is always the element of passion & emotions.
In the meanwhile I’m surrounded by friends, some of them, living in chaotic turmoil. My solution to turmoil is to simply keep my eyes fixed & my gaze centred on the face of our Lord Jesus Christ. He is my centre & he is my enduring rest.
Finish this off now, there was something I was going to bring up but I’ll get to later. I hope you have the realisation that you are in the centre of God’s great heart of love. He is our hope and here is our salvation. Our great need is to trust him to perform the promises that he has promised.
A new blog site
Crosslife churches website
Crosslife churches blog
My own blog site which often reflects what is on the church blog
Crosslife churches on Facebook
this is a closed Facebook group and you will have to become friends with me on Facebook and get an invitation to join the crosslife churches group
Crosslife churches on Twitter
this is a closed Twitter account and you have to be a follower to be able to read the posts.
If you like cyberspace and social networking I know that you will find plenty on these outlets that will help you and inspire you.
This is a new blog site for me! It is designed for simple fast blogging. I hope that it will prove to be useful. As far as I can tell you will have the capacity to leave replies and comments and also to ask questions of me. Of course, the Lord Jesus Christ is the centre of my affections & I am very prejudiced in my belief that his wisdom is the wisdom that we all need.
This is the best day of my life – I have never lived it before – every day before this has helped prepare me for this day – I am one day closer to seeing our Lord Jesus Christ face-to-face. There is nothing that can happen in this day or any of the next day’s that has the power to destroy me or take me out of the Master’s hand.
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