Long time church goers and fellow southern Christians will tell you there is but one translation of the Bible. The 1611 King James Version of The Bible. I heard someone say it's so bad that some old southerners believe Moses gave his Sermon on the Mount from the King James Version of the Bible. This … Continue reading Charlottesville, The KJV Bible, & Historical Revisionism
This afternoon I had a conversation with one of my nearest and dearest girlfriends. She and I have been friends for 20 plus years, making us transcend friendship and enter sisterhood. She and I, although now separated by 1100 miles, still maintain a pretty solid friendship that I truly cherish. I just love her!The conversation … Continue reading The Lost Books Of The Bible Debate
On Saturdays I have a secret place I go to spend time with the Lord. Today I had my weekly Saturday meeting and asked the Lord to give me some scriptures he wanted me to go over. I was given Jeremiah 34 and Lamentations. I spiritually groaned because I couldn't topically see the relevance of … Continue reading Could America Fall?
You will never want sauce from a can again! 8 Steps in Pictures! This is so easy to do, and if you garden, it makes use of all those tomatoes that seem to become red all at once. Take one Saturday or Sunday a month to make sauce and you can make enough sauce for … Continue reading Homemade Crockpot Spaghetti Sauce : Garlic Parmesan Red Sauce
I started out my day reading a critique of an article in Teen Vogue about making sure you pack your lubricants, condoms, and vibrators for back to school. Their target audience is 11-17 year old children. I saw Hillary Clinton has left Spirit Cooking and now wants to be a Pastor. I read that a … Continue reading Ever Feel Like Elijah?
Trying to wrap your finite human mind around who God is, is like trying to fit the ocean into one of those cheapie dollar store water balloons. Instead of trying to do that try this....“Be still, and know that I am God"Psalms 46:10 KJVhttp://www.thewayonline.wordpress.com
There are many historical writings that are not inspired but are edifying to read and contemplate upon. The Didache is definitely one. It is in a sorts, a brief explanation of an apostles life, a summarized handbook of a Christians walk with the Lord. Many feel the Apostles used The Didache to instruct early Gentile … Continue reading The Didache (65 – 80 A.D)
“Blessed shalt thou be in the city, and blessed shalt thou be in the field.”Deuteronomy 28:3 KJV 8 years of no TV. Living in the woods, being drawn closer to God, has developed into one very beautiful walk with God. I live by faith. Each and every day the good Lord provides. These are pictures … Continue reading My Monastic Life In Pictures
Do to an over abundance of tomatoes this year on the farm I have found myself scrambling to use them up quickly. Salsa is a great way to make something yummy everyone will enjoy. I make mine in a food processor...no cooking 🙂 See it just keeps getting easier.Makes approximately 8 cups of salsa.Quarter 6-7 … Continue reading Easy Homemade Salsa : The Best You’ll Ever Have
“Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.”James 1:27 KJVReligion is not about Cathedrals or the Pastor getting a new jet or a third Bentley. Religion is not about what God can do for you, … Continue reading True Religion