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  1. The Good Fight

    One thing Christians not always taught nor modeled thoroughly enough it this - fighting!

    Are you tired of the torments of sin? Sin is indeed a terrible thing. And the thing about the devil is - he plays hardball. Once you are down and defeated - he doesn't stop tormenting you with sin.


    His sickening plan of action is to get you and me and everyone else in bondage to a particular sin - and that will make us nervous, guilty, worried, spiritually anxious, ...
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  2. another situation has come up

    I'm about to send a PM to a moderator about this, but have decided not to publically post about it with a blog.

    Again, I plan to check in occasionally, but it may be years until I can post regularly again.
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  3. Wait.


    Hello …are you feeling tired and low … this is my blog I’d like to share with you and it’s called wait … the way I speak the way I look … I need to wait …


    Listening to Isaiah 40.

    Updated Nov 12th 2016 at 04:14 PM by Amencorner

    Tags: isaiah 40, low, tired, wait
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  4. . . . of Solomon's and Zerubabbel's Temples, the Gospel, and the rest . . .



    There have been only two earthly physical “brick and mortar” temples: Solomon’s and Zerubabbel’s. And the "pre-exile" Jerusalem was destroyed for specific reasons--and along with Solomon’s "earthly" temple sanctuary:

    II Chron. 36
    11Zedekiah was twenty-one years old when he became king, and he reigned eleven years in Jerusalem.

    12He did evil in the sight of the LORD his God; he did not humble himself before Jeremiah the prophet
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  5. John Wesley's account of his and his horse's healing.

    John Wesley was a circuit preacher, so he depended on his horse a lot. He would ride somewhere to preach.

    Wesley writes in journal:
    ...my horse was so exceedingly lame that I was afraid I must have lain by too. We could not discern what it was that was amiss; and yet he would scarcely set his foot to the ground. By riding thus seven miles, I was thoroughly tired, and my head ached more than it had done for some months.

    Then I thought, “Cannot God heal either man ...