Saturday, November 26, 2005


In Jewish thought, a name is not merely an arbitrary designation, a random combination of sounds. The name conveys the nature and essence of the thing named. It represents the history and reputation of the being named. You can see this in there names although scripture , so God took His name and did the same to show us how complete He is.

This is not as strange or unfamiliar a concept as it may seem at first glance. In English, we often refer to a person's reputation as his "good name." When a company is sold, one thing that may be sold is the company's "good will," that is, the right to use the company's name. The Hebrew concept of a name is very similar to these ideas.

JEHOVAH-JIREH: "The Lord will Provide." Gen. 22:14.

JEHOVAH-ROPHE: "The Lord Who Heals" Ex. 15:22-26.
JEHOVAH-NISSI: "The Lord Our Banner." Ex. 17:15..
JEHOVAH-M'KADDESH: "The Lord Who Sanctifies" Lev. 20:8
JEHOVAH-SHALOM: "The Lord Our Peace" Judges 6:24.

JEHOVAH-TSIDKENU: "The Lord Our Righteousness" Jer. 23:5,
JEHOVAH-ROHI: "The Lord Our Shepherd" Psa. 23,
JEHOVAH-SHAMMAH: "The Lord is There" (Ezek. 8:35)

JEHOVAH-SABAOTH: "The Lord of Hosts". Isa. 1:24;

Are you weak in faith? Do you sometimes find yourself flagging? Do you sometimes wonder whether the life of faith is worth it? Jesus knows you. He knows your temperament, your tendencies and your circumstances. He can help you completely in that weakness , but do we trust Him. Do we believe in His name as the foundation of our life.

God, who sees the heart, is not looking at outward performance; he knows what is going on. He knows the selfishness, the greed, the grasping, the self-centeredness, the ruthlessness with which we cut people out and harm those we profess to love. He sees all the maneuvering and manipulating, the clever arranging that goes on in our lives and in our hearts.

Therefore, to his purposes, that beautiful performance is utterly invalid, worthless, to God. That is why the sense of righteousness that results from our performance before men never lasts. It is but a temporary shot in the arm that we need to repeat again and again, almost as though we were addicted to it. But it will always let us down in the hour of crisis. It is only the righteousness that comes from God that is lasting and will work -- not only in time, but for all eternity.

God said that He will give us new names , I believe that He will do that because we will be more like His Son. You see my name would never fit in heaven if it wasn’t for the Cross. I will trust in His name .

Proverbs 3:5-7
Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.
7 Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the LORD, and depart from evil.

Friday, November 25, 2005

A Trustworthy Name Part 1
C.H. Spurgeon:

I will also leave in the midst of thee an afflicted and poor people, and they shall trust in the name of the Lord.
(Zephaniah 3:12)

When true religion is ready to die out among the wealthy it finds a home among the poor of this world, rich in faith. The Lord has even now His faithful remnant. Am I one of them?

Perhaps it is because men are afflicted and poor that they learn to trust in the name of the Lord. He that hath no money must try what he can do on trust. He whose own name is good for nothing in his own esteem, acts
wisely to rest in another name, even that best of names, the name of Jehovah. God wilt always have a trusting people, and these will be an afflicted and poor people. Little as the world thinks of them, their being left in the
midst of a nation is the channel of untold blessings to it. Here we have the conserving salt which keeps in check the corruption which is in the world through lust.

Again the question comes home to each one of us. Am I one of them? Am I afflicted by the sin within me and around me? Am I poor in spirit, poor spiritually in my own judgment? Do I trust in the Lord? This is the main business. Jesus reveals the name, the character, the person of God; am I trusting in Him? If so, I am left in this
world for a purpose. Lord, help me to fulfill it.

Monday, November 21, 2005



The Pilgrims who sailed to this country aboard the Mayflower were originally members of the English Separatist Church (a Puritan sect). They had earlier fled their home in England and sailed to Holland (The Netherlands) to escape religious persecution. There, they enjoyed more religious tolerance, but they eventually became disenchanted with the Dutch way of life, thinking it ungodly. Seeking a better life, the Separatists negotiated with a London stock company to finance a pilgrimage to America. Most of those making the trip aboard the Mayflower were non-Separatists, but were hired to protect the company's interests. Only about one-third of the original colonists were Separatists.
The Pilgrims set ground at Plymouth Rock on December 11, 1620. Their first winter was devastating. At the beginning of the following fall, they had lost 46 of the original 102 who sailed on the Mayflower. But the harvest of 1621 was a bountiful one. And the remaining colonists decided to celebrate with a feast -- including 91 Indians who had helped the Pilgrims survive their first year.
Pilgrims would not have made it through the year without the help of the natives. The feast was more of a traditional English harvest festival than a true "thanksgiving" observance. It lasted three days.


The Wampanoag people,
tell the history of Thanksgiving, they had confirmed the oral history passed down through their generations. Most Americans know that Massasoit, chief of the Wampanoag had welcomed the so-called Pilgrim Fathers - and the seldom mentioned Pilgrim Mothers - to the shores where his people had lived for millennia. The Wampanoag taught the European colonists how to live in our hemisphere by showing them what wild foods they could gather, how, where, and what crops to plant, and how to harvest, dry, and preserve them.
The Wampanoag now wanted to remind white America of what had happened after Massasoit's death. He was succeeded by his son, Metacomet, whom the colonist called "King" Philip. In 1617-1676, to show "gratitude" for what Massasoit's people had done for their fathers and grandfathers, the Pilgrims manufactured an incident as a pretext to justify disarming the Wampanoags. The whites went after the Wampanoag with guns, swords, cannons, and torches. Most, including Metacomet, were butchered. His wife and son were sold into slavery in the West Indies. His body was hideously drawn and quartered. For twenty-five years afterward Matacomet's skull was displayed on a pike above the whites' village. The real legacy of the Pilgrim Fathers is treachery.


Does anyone want to put your knowlege on this matter.

Anybody have good recipes for Thanksgiven Dinner or so goodie , I love to cook.

Don't forget to Thank Him our Father is so Great

Thursday, November 17, 2005

What is God's Plan?

Have you ever wondered why God planted the Garden of Eden with two tree like these two in a world that was absolutely perfect to begin with?

Why did God put the Tree of knowledge in that Garden?. And when they did eat of it -- that is, after they had rebelled against God -- they could no longer get to the Tree of Life With the creation of man, then, the real story begins. Because history is not about matter; it's not about stars and planets; it's not about the earth and its topography or geography; it's not about animals. The real story is the story of man. Everything else was scenery for the story of man and his redemption.
John F. MacArthur, Jr.

Did God set us up to fail? The Bible tells us that Christ was crucified (in God's heart) from the beginning of creation. Adam and Eve had all the advantages of a perfect parent, and perfect environment, but they still failed to know God and love Him. We are born into a corrupt and dying world, Adam and Eve had a natural innocence, but they soon fell.

Who was the first person God tested? The first person to be tested was the very first person, Adam. As one who was given a free will, Adam had to be tested to see if he would obey or disobey. For that same reason, all free moral agents must be tested..

God did not create us as robots but, rather—as the theologians like to say—as “free moral agents.” We are not programmed to obey or disobey, but are given a choice.

God created people with free wills because He wanted to have a family that would love Him. If people were not given a choice in the matter, then love for God would have been an impossibility. Robots can’t love.

For that reason, all of Gods children must be tested to see if they will love God—as revealed by their obedience or disobedience. Jesus said,

“If you love Me, you will keep My commandments”
(John 14:15).

God moved in love to make man and have a people to be companions to Himself (Psa.33:11-15; Prov.16:4; John 1:3-4; John 3:16; Eph.1:4; I John 4:19; Rev. 4:11). Perhaps man was made flesh to be molded by experience and trials, so he might learn to appreciate and love God.

If I say to you that I love chocolate ice cream the best and I never had any other ice cream flavors , how can I tell if chocolate is the best?

There comes a time when we must all choose to know God as perfect in love, or to believe Satan and his lies. Satan simply asked the question. "Has God said?", but in so doing he cast doubt upon God's Word or Love

If Adam had been placed in an environment where nothing was forbidden, then it would have been the same as if God had created Adam as a robot without free choice. Adam would have been a robot by virtue of his environment. If nothing had been forbidden, Adam would not have had any choices to make regarding obedience or disobedience. That is why God placed the tree of the knowledge of good and evil in the garden of Eden. It was a test.

Keep in mind that it was not Satan who placed the tree of knowledge in the garden—it was God Himself. Yet no one can accuse Him of tempting Adam, because He placed every other tree in the garden that was “pleasing to the sight and good for food” (Gen. 2:9). Adam could never justifiably say to God, “It’s your fault that I ate the forbidden fruit because there was nothing else for me to eat,” or “It’s your fault that I ate of this tree because all the other fruit looked unappetizing to me!”

There is a vast difference between tempting and testing. God never tempts anyone, but, as we will learn, He tests everyone. It was Satan who tempted Eve to eat the forbidden fruit—not God.

God was certainly not unmindful of what would happen when He gave man a free-will to make choices, but that liberty was important. Man soon fell in sin and was corrupted. God then set about to "devise means, that His banished be not expelled from Him" -II Sam.14:14. That is to say, that though man chose to listen to the tempter at the very beginning and disobeyed, God devised means to redeem him and reconcile him to Himself. That is grace. He had to let Satan be reviled for what he is and also have the means to bring His child back , though the port hole of sin.

From the beginning God spoke of His Son, who would come to provide redemption for fallen man and reign over the world. Here it shows that God had a plan before He started in creation.

In the Old Testament of the Bible the animal sacrifices were required for a covering of sin before God, and all pointed forward to the sacrifice God's Son would make one day to reconcile "whosoever will" (John 3:16; Heb.1:1-3; Rev.22:17). When He came the first time it was in meekness "as a Lamb" (John 1:29, 36), and He was rejected, hated, and crucified. God allowed it to provide redemption through His death for sin, and His blood shed for cleansing (Lev. 17:11; Heb.9); but when He comes again it will be "as the Lion", and He will not seek acceptance.

When the church is taken to heaven, God's wrath will then be poured out on this world such as never before. The door of grace will be closed. Prophetically, that could happen today, because all that is foretold to happen prior to that time has occurred.

Since man fell in sin and cannot save himself, only God could redeem lost souls (Luke 1:26-35; Luke 2:7-11; Rom.5); but all men will not be saved. Most will not come to God because of pride, self-will, and a rebellious spirit toward God (Rom.3);
nevertheless, God has opened the way and calls man (John 3:16). These are all the enemy of God or if you want to look at it choice of Satan.

Deuteronomy 30: 15-17
15See, I have set before thee this day life and good, and death and evil;
16In that I command thee this day to love the LORD thy God, to walk in his ways, and to keep his commandments and his statutes and his judgments, that thou mayest live and multiply: and the LORD thy God shall bless thee in the land whither thou goest to possess it.
17But if thine heart turn away, so that thou wilt not hear, but shalt be drawn away, and worship other gods, and serve them;

He wants to give us. The call and hope is unto all, but only upon all that believe (Rom.3:21-24). Though a soul may go down to hell in everlasting judgment, he will not go down unloved.

The children of God will enjoy fellowship with the Father in heaven forever, and the blessings and happiness will be great and beyond our imagination (I Cor.2:9). The "judgment seat of Christ" (Rom.14:10) will be set to administer rewards there for faithfulness in this life by real Christians.

One may not care for THE PLAN and develop his own way (Prov.14:12). That is a choice, but we must say again: God is sovereign, and He has shown something of His plan in His Word. Our place should be in submission and obedience. One should search the Scriptures whether this is so (Acts 17:11).

Can we say that God did not give us a choice( free will) it would be hard to believe in the Book that read.
Love You All

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

All the lonely people

Eleanor Rigby

Ah, look at all the lonely people
Ah, look at all the lonely people

Eleanor Rigby, picks up the rice
in the church where a wedding has
Lives in a dream
Waits at the window,
wearing the face
that she keeps in a jar by the door

Who is it for All the lonely people
Where do they all come from?
All the lonely people
Where do they all belong?

Father McKenzie,writing the words
of a sermon
that no one will hear
No one comes near
Look at him working, darning his
in the night when there's nobody
What does he care
All the lonely people
Where do they all come from?

All the lonely people
Where do they all belong?

Ah, look at all the lonely people
Ah, look at all the lonely people

Eleanor Rigby, died in the church
and was buried along with her name
Nobody came
Father McKenzie, wiping the dirt
from his hands as he walks from the
No one was saved

All the lonely people
Where do they all come from?
All the lonely people
Where do they all belong?

WHY IS THERE LONELINESS IN THE WORLD? It is because God made us for companionship.

There are times when we all feel lonely. A new town, a new job, a new school, the loss of loved one will all cause loneliness. That kind of loneliness is natural—it won't last. But for some, loneliness runs much deeper.

A Swiss woman lived in a large apartment house and worked with many people. Each evening she tuned in to the sign-off of the radio station just to hear a voice say, "We wish you a very pleasant good night." She imagined that voice speaking just to her.

LONELINESS: THE UNIVERSAL EMOTION.Loneliness is not uncommon.

The world is full of Eleanor Rigby’s.

Gen. 2:18
"Not good for man to be alone"

Sin entered the picture; people became separated from God and from each other. Sin destroys relationships.

Dr. Karl Menninger, the famous psychiatrist, once gave a lecture on mental health and was answering questions from audience.

One man asked: "What would you advise a person to do if that person felt a nervous breakdown coming on?"

All those in the audience thought that he would say, "Consult a psychiatrist" but to their astonishment the doctor replied:

"Lock up your house, go across the railroad tracks, find someone who is in need, and do something to help that person."

The best treatment for loneliness (as well as other emotional problems) is to DO

How do I do that; I can’t even help my self? The Lord has made us for His work on this earth, but we are often doing things backwards from what He has made us for. Jesus is no longer walking in the flesh on this earth, so if someone needs a hug from Him, He sends His children that are very much like Him. Jesus says, “If you have seen me, you have seen my Father”. Jesus and His Father are the same. Do we understand that? He is so like His Father that you cannot tell the difference. He loves people like His Father, He talks like His Father and He sounds like His Father, and Jesus wants us to be just like Him.

Our Lord was on His way to the cross before the earth was even made. That is hard to understand, so let’s bring this thought closer home in our minds.
He came into our life in the flesh, as a baby, to walk to the cross for us. From infancy to a thirty-three year old man may seem like a long time to us. Can you imagine that the whole time He spent on this earth, He knew that He was to bear the pain of the cross? Can you see that His focus was not on the cross, but on people? That helped His thoughts; He cares for us so much that He took that walk.

If are thought are on do things for other people and how I can glorify God though Christ Jesus , then when do we have time to think about loneliness and other problem that are in our path.

When we are self center instead of Christ center then we are always going to be in distress going though our trials. I want to be like Jesus, just loving people. Its the Love of Jesus that held Him on the cross and its His love that saves.

Sunday, November 13, 2005

Calvin vs Arminius

vs Forgiven

It is not my purpose to take sides on extremeto divide the body of Jesus Christ over human interpretations of these Biblical truths concerning my salvation. In the argument it is easy to ignore or neglect the plain statements of the Bible, or do we totally understand the ways of God (Romans 11:33-36) or have the ability to under stand. But how tragic it is when we become more concerned with being "right" than being loving. I believe the way we conduct our debates and express our opinions will sometimes "grieve" the present of the Holy Spirit who dwells within the believer. There is a far range between "Five Points of Arminianism" and a ”Five Points of Calvinism” so I want to place my self.


The Calvinists believed that man is in absolute bondage to sin and Satan, unable to exercise his own will to trust in Jesus Christ without the help of God.

believed that the fall of man was not total, maintaining that there was enough good left in man for him to will to accept Jesus Christ unto salvation.

believe that all are sinners (Romans 3:23) and unable by human performance to earn, deserve, or merit salvation (Titus 3:5). I believe that the wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23), and that apart from God's grace, no one can be saved (Ephesians 2:8-9). I believe that none are righteous, or capable of doing good (Romans 3:10-12), and that apart from the conviction and regeneration of the Holy Spirit, none can be saved (John 1:12-13; 16:8-11; I Peter 1:23-25). Mankind is clearly fallen and lost in sin.


believed that foreknowledge is based upon the plan and purpose of God, and that election is not based upon the decision of man, but the "free will" of the Creator alone.

believed that election was based on the foreknowledge of God as to who would believe. Man's "act of faith" was seen as the "condition" or his being elected to eternal life, since God foresaw him exercising his "free will" in response to Jesus Christ.

believe that God chose the believer before the foundation of the world (Ephesians 1:4-6), and based on His foreknowledge, has predestined the believer to be conformed to the image of His Son (Romans 8:29-30). I believe that God offers salvation to all who will call on His name. Romans 10:13 says, "For whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved." I also believe that God calls to Himself those who will believe in His Son, Jesus Christ (I Corinthians 1:9). However, the Bible also teaches that an invitation (or call) is given to all, but that only a few will accept it. We see this balance throughout scripture. Revelation 22:17 states, "And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely." I Peter 1:2 tells us we are, "elect according to the foreknowledge of God, the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ." Matthew 22:14 says, "For many are called, but few are chosen (elected)." God clearly does choose, but man must also accept God's invitation to salvation.


believed that Jesus Christ died to save those who were given to Him by the Father in eternity past. In their view, all for whom Jesus died (the elect) will be saved, and all for whom He did not die (the non elect) will be lost.

Arminius held that redemption was based on the fact that God loves everybody, that Christ died for everyone, and that the Father is not willing that any should perish. The death of Christ provided the grounds for God to save all men, but each must exercise his own "free will" in order to be saved.

believe that Jesus Christ died as a propitiation (a satisfaction of the righteous wrath of God against sin) "for the whole world" (I John 2:2; 4:9-10), and that He redeems and forgives all who will believe in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ as their only hope of salvation from sin, death, and hell (Ephesians 1:7; I Peter 1:18-19). I believe that eternal life is a gift of God (Romans 6:23), and that "whosoever believeth" in Jesus Christ will not perish, but will have eternal life (John 3:16-18). I Timothy 4:10 says "we trust in the living God, who is the Savior of all men, specially of those that believe." Hebrews 2:9 states that Jesus, "was made a little lower than the angels for the suffering of death, crowned with glory and honor, that He, by the grace of God, should taste death for every man." The atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ was clearly sufficient to save the entire human race.

believed that the Lord possesses irresistible grace that cannot be obstructed. They taught that the free will of man is so far removed from salvation, that the elect are regenerated (made spiritually alive) by God even before expressing faith in Jesus Christ for salvation. If a totally depraved person wasn't made alive by the Holy Spirit, such a calling on God would be impossible.

believed that since God wanted all men to be saved, He sent the Holy Spirit to "woo" all men to Christ, but since man has absolute "free will," he is able to resist God's will for his life. He believed that God's will to save all men can be frustrated by the finite will of man. He also taught that man exercises his own will first, and then is born again.

believe that God's grace is not the result of human effort or worthiness (Romans 3:24-28; 11:6), but is the response of God's mercy and love to those who will believe in His Son (Ephesians 2:4-10). Grace gives to us what we do not deserve nor can earn by our performance (Romans 11:6). I believe that God's grace and mercy can be resisted by us. Jesus said in Matthew 23:37, We are not condemned because we have no opportunity to be saved, but a person is condemned because he makes a choice not to believe (John 3:18). In John 5:40 we read "And ye will not come to Me, that ye might have life." Jesus also said in John 6:37, "All that the Father giveth Me shall come to Me; and him that cometh to Me I will in no wise cast out." John 6:40 states, "And this is the will of Him that sent Me, that everyone who seeth the Son, and believeth on Him, may have everlasting life.

believed that salvation is entirely the work of the Lord, and that man has absolutely nothing to do with the process. The saints will persevere because God will see to it that He will finish the work He has begun.

If man cannot be saved by God unless it is man's will to be saved, then man cannot continue in salvation unless he continues to will to be saved.

believe that nothing can separate us from the love of God in Jesus Christ our Lord (Romans 8:38-39), and that there is no condemnation to those who are in Jesus Christ (Romans 8:1). I believe that the promise of Jesus in John 10:27-28 is clear: "My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of My hand." Jesus said in John 6:37, "him that cometh to Me I will in no wise cast out." We have this assurance in Philippians 1:6 "Being confident of this very thing, that He who hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ." I believe that the Holy Spirit has sealed us unto the day of redemption (Ephesians 1:13-14; 4:30).

It is sad that we have to even look between Calvinism or Arminianism because I don"t like ether of these men doctoral statments or there life they live. The truth is found in the word and the gray areas are gray areas. Until the Lord comes , why are we wasting time guessing.

Friday, November 11, 2005


Are we truely looking at the coming of the Lord? I hope so, I'm so tired of seeing poeple staving and dieing from so many differnt things that sin did to this earth.

Acehnese girls attend a special prayer to mark the start of the Islamic New Year in the Grand Mosque in the tsunami- hit city of Banda Aceh, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra February 10, 2005. Indonesia hopes to begin large- scale rebuilding and infrastructure projects in tsunami-devastated Aceh province next month to take advantage of international sympathy and billions of dollars pledged by donors. REUTERS/ Darren WhitesideREF: QUAKE INDONESIA

An Acehnese man looks at a boat left on top of a house as a result of the tsunami in the Indonesian provincial city of Banda Aceh February 24, 2005. Almost 240,000 people are dead or missing and more than 400,000 were made homeless in Aceh by the December 26, 2004 tsunami. REUTERS/ SupriREF: QUAKE INDONESIA

An Acehnese worker builds a wooden home at a tsunami devastated area in the village of Uleelheu in outskirts of Banda Aceh July 1, 2005. A magnitude 9 earthquake on December 26 off the coast of Sumatra island triggered a massive tsunami that left 160, 000 people dead or missing in the Aceh province. Picture taken on July 1, 2005. REUTERS/Tarmizy HarvaREF: INDONESIA

An Acehnese child rubs her eye as she rummages through a destroyed shop in the Indonesian town of Meulaboh on Aceh's west coast January 4, 2005. An army of aid workers raced on Tuesday to supply food and water to millions of tsunami victims and the United Nations warned a death toll of 150,000 would climb as more bodies are found and disease stalks survivors. REUTERS/Darren WhitesideREF: QUAKE INDONESIA

A woman sweeps water from her flooded home in Longtan township, Conghua county, in the southern province of Guangdong July 21, 2002. The Xinhua News Agency said nine people were killed and one was missing after torrential rains hit Guangdong. State media said nearly 800 people had died in China's worst floods since 1998. The Chinese characters on the wall read "happy family". REUTERS/China PhotoREF: CHINA

Severe rainstorms and floods destroy Bahe Railway Bridge, 20 kilometres from Xian, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi province June 9, 2002. At least 14 people have died and more than 100 are missing due to flooding. Nine of them were killed when the bridge collpsed, according to state media on Tuesday. REUTERS/China PhotoREF: CHINA FLOODS

Chinese soldiers fight against the rising flood waters as they try to put up barriers on the swollen Binlangjiang River in Yinjiang, southwest China's Yunnan province, July 21, 2004. Torrential rains have caused widespread flooding in south and central China, which has been on high flood alert since Monday when President Hu Jintao issued a warning about further flooding, a perennial scourge. Picture taken July 21, 2003. REUTERS/China PhotosREF: CHINA FLOODS

A Chinese man passes by a flooded hotel with his makeshift raft in Wuzhou city, southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, June 24, 2005. Torrential rain has pushed rivers above their bursting points and triggered mudslides in the past week, killing at least 97 people and leaving 41 missing, state media said on Friday. In the hard- hit industrial city of Wuzhou, houses on the banks of the Xijiang river have been flooded up to their roofs and downtown residents have been forced to flee to higher ground. REUTERS/Jason LeeREF: CHINA FLOODS

A Cuban father and his two daughters enjoy the waves battering against Havana' s seafront El Malecon, September 5, 2004. Hurricane Frances caused high waves and strong winds in the Cuban capital before being downgraded as a tropical storm over Florida. REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERSREF: CUBA FRANCES

A Cuban man pushes his bed through the almost deserted coastal town of Surgidero de Batabano, Cuba, September 12, 2004. More than 5,400 inhabitants of the town have been evacuated before the arrival of Hurricane Ivan as the category 5 storm was thrashing the Grand Cayman islands at noon today. Ivan is expected to hit western Cuba September 13, before heading toward Florida. REUTERS/Claudia DautREF: WEATHER IVAN

A Jamaican man stops a car on a flooded street in Kingston, during Hurricane Ivan's stay in Jamaica, September 11, 2004. Deadly Hurricane Ivan ripped Jamaica with powerful winds, torrential rains and huge waves on today, tearing away houses and washing out roads before heading toward the tiny Cayman Islands and Cuba. REUTERS/ Daniel AguilarREF: WEATHER IVAN

Cuban children stand near a damaged home in the province of Matanzas, November 6, 2001, after Hurricane Michelle swept throungh the island. Michelle is the most powerful storm to hit Cuba since 1944 and has left five confirmed fatalities so far. REUTERS/Daniel AguilarREF: CUBA HURRICANE MICHELLE

A malnourished infant lies on the floor of a feeding centre run by the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontiers in the town of Maradi in southern Niger on June 29, 2005. Aid workers say cases of malnutrition have rocketed among children in Niger in the past few months after the worst drought in years aggravated chronic food shortages in one of the world's poorest countries, which lies just south of the Sahara. Picture taken June 29, 2005. REUTERS/ Finbarr O' ReillyREF: NIGER

Senegalese children run as locusts spread in the capital Dakar September 1, 2004. Only a military-style operation with bases across West Africa can stop the worst locust invasion for 15 years, Senegal's President Abdoulaye Wade said on Tuesday as the insects swept into his capital. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) warned last week that the locust swarms infesting countries from Mauritania to Chad could develop into a full-scale plague without additional foreign aid. REUTERS/Pierre HoltzREF: SENEGAL LOCUSTS

More than a thousand women and children line up to receive food aid at a food distribution center in the village of Yama in northwestern Niger August 3, 2005. Emergency operations to feed 2.5 million people in Niger reached some of their first beneficiaries on Wednesday, but there was only enough for some of the hundreds of women and children who came in search of help. Mothers who left their homes at dawn to trek to Yama swelled a crowd of expectant faces to more than 1,000 by the time aid workers began handing out biscuits and flour from a stock designed for 500 people. REUTERS/Finbarr O' ReillyREF: NIGER FOOD

A Senegalese child runs as locusts spread through the capital Dakar, September 1, 2004 in the worst invasion to hit impoverished countries across West Africa in 15 years. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization warned last week that the locust swarms infesting countries from Mauritania to Chad could develop into a full-scale plague without additional foreign aid. REUTERS/Pierre HoltzREF: SENEGAL LOCUSTS

Lets all keep praying for the people of World that the Lord would save them all. I know He loves His childern. Come Jesus Come

Thursday, November 10, 2005


Psalm 126:5-6
5 They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.

6 He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him.

There are many false doctrines out there that say that if you believe in God you will not have any problems. Sound to me like the Laodiceans church and if God judges them harshly what will He do to the church of today. Rev 3:14-22
Lets fill the building with people by giving them false hope and leading them astray. These so called churches are taken people down a path that lead to destruction because they think that if they tell them good things they will stay. It is all about money, not Gods work in people’s lives.
You are going to be hurt in this world, but here is the greatest words in John 15:18-19 18 “If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you. 19 If you were of the world, the world would love its own. Yet because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you.
So if we say that by knowing God you won’t have any problems, just maybe you will have to look at if they are God people or of the world.
God’s children are going to have a lot of problems, that’s the mark of a Christian. If you hurt now, God will get you though it. Then you will be stronger for the next time someone wrongs you or hurts you. God is always there to pick us up and to love us up as a Father does. The true and living King of our life,
Abba Father

Tuesday, November 08, 2005


So many times I have seen a person come into a church so broken and at the end of self. I have watched the Lord take that life that is so important to Him and start to rebuild it. Not the way that we would do it , but His way. We can only see the outside of ones life. But He can see the inside, where the pain stems from. Can another man’s father come to you and offer tinder care when he has never been there at all in your life? He would be so blind in your hurt. God our Father does know us , He’s made us in a way that He can see into our soul and heart. I get upset when I see a person with worldly wisdom say I know his problem and that by looking at his outward projection,… he has labeled him. I would be careful in knowing ones problems, you might be throwing away the baby with the bath water.
Pro 3:5 Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

Pro 3:6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

Pro 3:7 Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the LORD, and depart from evil.

Pro 3:8 It shall be health to thy navel, and marrow to thy