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Friday, July 31, 2009


 All of us sense that those very long answering messages on cell phones is just another ploy to extract more cash from all of us on our cell bills. Well, as it turns out, your correct in your sense.

All you have to do is first press the number 1, if that doesn't work, then press *, if that doesn't work, then try #. One of these will work for the three major cell phone networks. With the proper keypush you can eliminate the long message spiel designed to cost the user more shekels.
Take Back the Beep Campaign (against extra long, minutes-eating voicemail instructions)


Verizon: Post a complaint here: http://bit.ly/FJncH.
AT&T: Send e-mail to Mark Siegel, executive director of media relations: MS8460@att.com.
Sprint: Post a complaint here: http://bit.ly/9CmrZ
T-Mobile: Post a complaint here: http://bit.ly/2rKy0u


Daniel's Home

The Babylonian Captivity, a period when Jews were deported and exiled to Babylon following the Siege of Jerusalem of 597 BC.

In the year 2003 United States invaded Iraq and in the process damaged one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The particular site was converted by the US troops into a camp; the Camp Alpha. This is being claimed by a new report from the United Nations. In fact UNESCO is the appropriate publisher of the report and it has gone on to mention that how this historical site has been severely damaged by the troops. UNESCO is United Nation’s cultural arm.


Saturday, July 25, 2009

"All day you get to hear music and a message," said Jarred Hill, 15, describing his experience at past Creation fests a couple weeks back. "That doesn't happen at other concerts," he said. "That makes it better."
The press doesn't know that Christians don't "Mosh." LOL!

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Why does God test His children?

God had one Son without sin, but He never had sons without trials. It is not known what quality grapes yield until they come to the wine press. When we are squeezed what comes out indicates what's on the inside! When you came to "Marah" this week, what came out? Grumbling like Israel or crying out like Moses?

Pr17:3 The refining pot is for silver & the furnace for gold but Jehovah tests hearts (Mt Henry)
Ps 66:10-note For You have tried us, O God; You have refined us as silver is refined. Spurgeon) (cf Isa 48:10 Spurgeon) (Job 23:10)

For additional insight on the "thorny" topic of tests, see Torrey's Topic "Afflictions Can Be Beneficial"

When life gives you lemons make lemonade God's way -

Cry out to Jehovah Rapha...

Young Hal Lindsey From The 70's

Chuck Smith And Hal Lindsey (Late Great Planet Earth)

The Hippies Had It Right



Pinlegg Jonny:

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

A Shepherd

 It was late summer when He and three other men first walked upon that road yonder. It was evening, and He stopped and stood there at the end of the pasture.

I was playing upon my flute, and my flock was grazing all around me. When He stopped I rose and walked over and stood before Him.

And He asked me, "Where is the grave of Elijah? Is it not somewhere near this place?"

And I answered Him, "It is there, sir, underneath that great heap of stones. Even unto this day every passerby brings a stone and places it upon the heap."

And He thanked me and walked away, and His friends walked behind Him.

And after three days Gamaliel who was also a shepherd, said to me that the man who had passed by was a prophet in Judea; but I did not believe him. Yet I thought of that man for many a moon.

When spring came Jesus passed once more by this pasture, and this time He was alone.

I was not playing on my flute that day for I had lost a sheep and I was bereaved, and my heart was downcast within me.

And I walked towards Him and stood still before Him, for I desired to be comforted.

And He looked at me and said, "You do not play upon your flute this day. Whence is the sorrow in your eyes?"

And I answered, "A sheep from among my sheep is lost. I have sought her everywhere but I find her not. And I know not what to do."

And He was silent for a moment. Then He smiled upon me and said, "Wait here awhile and I will find your sheep." And He walked away and disappeared among the hills.

After an hour He returned, and my sheep was close beside Him. And as He stood before me, the sheep looked up into His face even as I was looking. Then I embarrassed her in gladness.

And He put His hand upon my shoulder and said, "From this day you shall love this sheep more than any other in your flock, for she was lost and now she is found."

And again I embraced my sheep in gladness, and she came close to me, and I was silent.

But when I raised my head to thank Jesus, He was already walking afar off, and I had not the courage to follow Him...

A Witness

 I was there. I saw it all happen.

I had a friend from the North Country, and his name was Stephen; and because he proclaimed Jesus of Nazareth as the Son of God, he was led to the market~place and stoned...

And when Stephen fell to earth he outstretched his arms as if he would die as his Master had died. His arms were spread like wings ready for flight. And when the last gleam of light was fading from his eyes, with my own eyes I saw a smile upon his lips.

It was a smile like the breath that comes before the end of winter for a pledge and a promise of spring.

How shall I describe it?

It seemed that Stephen was saying, "If I should go to another world, and other men should lead me to another market~place to stone me, even then I would proclaim Him for the truth which was in Him, and for that same truth which is in me now."

And I noticed that there was a man standing near, and looking with pleasure upon the stoning of Stephen.

His name was Saul of Tarsus, and it was he who had yielded Stephen to the priests and the Romans and the crowd, for stoning.

Saul was bald of head and short of stature. His shoulders were crooked and his features ill~sorted; and I liked him not.

I had been told that he is now preaching Jesus from the house tops. It is hard to believe.

But the grave halts not Jesus' walking to the enemies' camp to tame and take captive those who had opposed Him.

Still I do not like that man of Tarsus, though I have been told that after Stephen's death he was tamed and conquered on the road to Damascus. But his head is too large for his heart to be that of a true disciple.

And yet perhaps I am mistaken. I often mistake.

When you think that you are right, you could be wrong. And when you think that you are wrong, you could be right...

Monday, July 13, 2009

Love for Enemies

"But I tell you who hear me: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you,

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Bob Larson

Christian evangelist/reporter Bob Larson interviews Zeena LaVey (daughter of Church of Satan's founder Anton LaVey) and Nikolas Schreck (founder of the Werewolf Order) about Satanism, the Church of Satan, the Satanic Bible, rituals, curses and so on. Released in 1990. You can find the other 9 parts on youtube under 'The First Family Of Satanism.'

Monday, July 06, 2009

World's oldest Bible published in full online

More than 800 surviving pages and fragments from the The Codex Sinaiticus, which was written in Greek on parchment leaves in the fourth century, have been reunited.
Last year The British Library put The Book of Psalms and St Mark's Gospel online, and now the remaining pages have been made free for public use for the first time.


I wish those who don’t believe in prophets for today would stop quoting 1 Corinthians 14:32 "And the spirits of the prophets are subject to the prophets" because if there are no prophets today, there are no ‘spirits of the prophets’.