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  1. checking in 11-15-16

    Everyone here probably knows by now that my mother was recently diagnosed with Leukemia.

    She was advised to get exercise, so she joined a local gym, which I rejoined at the same time.


    One of my father's aunts recently passed away. She was 105.


    My attempt to learn Spanish is incredibly frustrating. I have figured out that Spanish has a different grammar structure than English. You don't just simply translate directly ...
  2. Topsy-Turvy


    Everything feels topsy-turvy:
    Mankind seems to have gone mad!
    Wickedness is the new normal -
    Evil's good and good is bad.

    Raging wars and rumors thereof -
    Lies, deception, gore and greed;
    Earthquakes, famine, floods and fire
    Escalating: gaining speed.

    These are evil times we live in
    But the worst is still to come;
    What seems certain now is that the
    Time of sorrows has begun.
  3. checking in 10-24-16

    As I mentioned in the prayer section, several more people I know have been diagnosed with some form of cancer.


    I'm wanting to eventually have a discussion about Shem, Ham, and Japheth, but for now it will have to wait.
  4. 90. Thought for the day...

    Just posted on Facebook.

    Thought for the day after reading John 6:1-14...

    When you pray to God for purpose and for guidance in how you are to serve Him. DO NOT be deterred from His work when an overwhelming task lies before you. As a disciple, seize such a moment and rely on the power of God to assist you to accomplish His work. Always remember, when you desire to be a servant of God, there will be times when the work to be done, CANNOT be done by you alone. ...
  5. Was the Jubilee Year an Ancient Calendar Formula?

    There has been debate among biblical scholars concerning the Jubilee year inaugurated after Israelís release from Egypt. It appears to be the last year in a cycle of fifty, hence our popular anniversary events which are celebrated every fifty years. However, a significant minority of authorities disagree with the said length of time. They point out that Jubilee was part of a broader sabbatical system, necessarily divisible by seven. Judah the Prince, a second century rabbi and chief editor of ...

    Updated Jan 2nd 2017 at 05:04 PM by Cyberseeker

    Theology , Teaching , Special Interest