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Anonymous asked:What do you think of Dr. James White? the theologian not the NBA player.

He seems like a mighty man of God to me dear one.  God bless you!!! Maranatha!!!  :):)

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Anonymous asked:What are your thoughts on the Bibliotheca Bible that's being worked on, which is a Kickstarter project that has over 1 million dollars in pledges already? It's basically the NASB but without any verses or Chapters. Just one long text from Old to New Testament. As the author said, the verse and chapters markings are something that was only introduced in Bibles for the past 500 years, as before everything was just one long text.

Not a fan of it.  I just prefer to read the Bible just as it is.  I love it!!! If it is just the Bible without the verses and it gets you to read it go for it.  I will stick with my Bible.  God bless you

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Anonymous asked:Do you think these missing planes are a part of the anti Christ's plan to prepare the explanation of millions missing when the rapture happens?

No.  I don’t know what happened to the plane.  When the Rapture of the church happens there are going to be literally millions of Christians going up.  It will be unlike anything that has ever happened on earth.  I am looking up!!!  God bless you!!!  Maranatha!!!  :):)

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Anonymous asked:Why did Jesus call Peter Satan in Mark 8:33?

And Peter took him, and began to rebuke him. But when he had turned about and looked on his disciples, he rebuked Peter, saying, Get thee behind me, Satan: for thou savorest not the things that be of God, but the things that be of men (Mar 8:32-33).

As Peter was rebuking the Lord for declaring that He was going to be crucified, that He was going to die. Peter was only expressing really his own personal feelings as a man who loved the Lord and didn’t want Him to talk about His death. But Jesus rebuked Peter really for lack of discernment; he doesn’t really understand the things of God, he only understands the things of man. If he understood the things of God, he would know that the Messiah would have to be cut off, that the Messiah would have to be slain, that the Messiah would have to rise again from the dead.  God bless you!!!  :):)  Maranatha!!!  :):)

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Anonymous asked:Did you see the CNN report showing the video of ISIS blowing up the tomb of the prophet Jonah (the one that was swallowed whole by a whale)? Jonah is a prophet for both Christians and Muslims, so why ISIS blew up his tomb? I thought ISIS was just the crazy (or "crazier") type of Islamic people. Why blow up the tomb of one of their prophets too?

So sad that they have no respect for the dead.  God bless you!!!  Maranatha!!!  :):)

Word of the Day… July 25, 2014….

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Envy,

Part Two

by Charles R. Swindoll

 Not that I speak from want, for I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances I am.  I know how to get along with humble means, and I also know how to live in prosperity; in any and every circumstance I have learned the secret of being filled and going hungry, both of having abundance and suffering need.  I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.  Philippians 4:11-13


Shakespeare called it “the green sickness.” Bacon admitted “it has no holidays.” Horace declared that “tyrants never invented a greater torment.” Barrie said envy “is the most corroding of the vices.” Sheridan referred to it in his play The Critic when he wrote, “There is not a passion so strongly rooted in the human heart as this.” Philip Bailey, the eloquent English poet of yesteryear, vividly described it as “a coal [that] comes hissing hot from hell.”


And speaking of hell, no one has done a better job of portraying envy than Dante. In his Purgatory, you may recall, the envious sit like blind beggars by a wall. Their eyelids are sewed shut. The symbolism is apt, showing the reader that it is one of the blindest sins—-partly because it is unreasonable, partly because the envious person is sewed up in himself. Swollen with poisonous thoughts. In a dark, constricting world of almost unendurable self-imposed anguish.


Envy in Scripture? Look at the facts. It sold Joseph into slavery, drove David into exile, threw Daniel in the den, and put Christ on trial. (If you question that, better check Matthew 27:18.) Paul tells us that it’s one of the prevailing traits of depravity (Romans 1:29) and a team member that plays in the same backfield with profanity, suspicion, and conceit (1 Timothy 6:4).


The answer? Contentment. Feeling comfortable and secure with where you are and who you are. Not having to “be better” or “go further” or “own more” or “prove to the world” or “reach the top” or …


Having some big struggles with envy? Eating your heart out because somebody’s a step or two ahead of you in the race and gaining momentum? Relax. You are you—-not them! And you are responsible to do the best you can with what you’ve got for as long as you’re able.
Remember, the race isn’t over. And even when it is, a lot of things you got hot and bothered about during your lifetime won’t even show up in eternity. I don’t care how many trophies or awards or dollars or degrees may be earned or won on earth, you can’t take ‘em with you. So it isn’t worth the sweat. Death always cures “the green sickness.”  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!  

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