Most people know that Sir Isaac Newton was a Great Scientist, and some people realize he was the inventor of calculus. A man after my own heart--- as I take interest in the same subjects and do the same calculations. However, what the mainline scientific establishment fails to mention was that Sir Isaac Newton was even a better theologian than a scientist, and he wrote myriads more on the subject, but he certainly put his scientific twist on the study and prophecies of scripture.
From what I've read about, the historical Maya were very different than the modern day Maya.
From what I've read, it sounds like the historical Maya were one people, speaking one language, while the modern day Maya are reportedly divided into at least 30 different tribes, speaking at least 30 different languages.
However, it sounds like the historical Maya lived in the same area as the modern day Maya- southern Mexico and northern Central America.
Updated Dec 21st 2009 at 03:31 AM by gringo300
Lord, this child has belonged to You
From the moment that I knew
The truth of Jesus Christ Your Son;
The Lamb of God, the Risen One.
You took me as I came to You -
My heart a stone, sinful, untrue;
Surrounded by a self-built wall
I did not know You God, at all.
When life was bleak; unbearable;
When all seemed
Updated Jan 3rd 2010 at 05:21 PM by paidforinfull
The scriptures in Rev. 21:1-8 has this
"the first heaven and first earth"
"new heaven and a new earth"
in clear relief.
And we are living now in "the first heaven and first earth"--and death is a part of the "first heaven
Rich Man, Poor Man...
In Luke 16:1-8, Jesus tells the story of a man who was about to lose his job. He was worried because he was used to his cushy job, and knew he could not really do anything else. He pondered his situation, and then came up with a plan. Since he was manager of his master's accounts, he used them to make some very good friends; he 'networked' with others to set up his future. He took the accounts, gave them to the ones who owed them, and allowed them to lower
Updated Dec 19th 2009 at 01:45 AM by slightlypuzzled