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From time to time there may be some thoughts or verses I’d like to share, but not turn into a more formal writing.

Isaiah 58 – Sacrificial Service for God’s Attention

The following verses became a theme for me starting in Memorial Day weekend 2016. These verses have not left me as a theme since that time and they have become a theme that I strongly believe applies to others in the United States. I now think of this passage as a “call to sacrificial service”

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Ezekiel 37:1-14 – Breath of Life into Dry Bones

Ezekiel 37:1–14 (LEB) — 1 The hand of Yahweh was upon me, and he brought me by the Spirit of Yahweh, and he let me rest in the midst of the valley, and it was full of bones. 2 And he led me all around over them,

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Digging into Authority in the Church

In the Spring of 2012, we moved from a rental apartment in Charlottesville, Virginia to a rental house about 10 miles outside of Charlottesville. As part of this move, we decided to look around for a new church closer to our new location. Just after we completed the move, I was praying one day and asking the Lord what I should be doing.

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Understanding Paul in 1 Timothy 4:1 – Part 2

Preface

It will be hard for some (maybe many) to understand the point of view presented in this part series. As a reminder, I am sharing what I have understood from God’s point of view.

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Understanding Paul in 1 Timothy 4:1 – Part 1

Preface

It will be hard for some (maybe many) to understand the point of view presented in this multi-part series. As a reminder, I am sharing what I have understood from God’s point of view. As much as I have understood it, I share God’s point of view to the best of my ability.

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Book: The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn

Sometime in 2012 I came across The Harbinger and felt prompted to read it. I do not remember it being recommended to me. I also mentioned it to a close christian friend. They had read it and recommended it as a book that they had a positive sense about that it was something the Lord wanted to be shared with American christians.

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Posted in A. Layman, Blog Entry, Key Event


Move to Charlottesville & the National Idol connected to Thomas Jefferson

In the Fall of 2009, I moved from Washington, D.C. to Charlottesville, Virginia. I had been with the same company my entire time in Washington, D.C. It became clear to me early in 2009 that it was time to leave this job. As I prayed about what to do next,

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Posted in A. Layman, Blog Entry, To The Church


Transfer of Responsibility for Work in Cuba

About six months after my Unique Trip to Florida, I received an answer to the prayer I made to the Lord. After meeting the brother in Christ from Cuba, I had a sense from the Lord that indicated that I would end up with some responsibility related to the brother in Christ from Cuba.

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Connecting with the Work in Cuba through Fred Malir

Background – Meeting Fred Malir

In 2004, I moved to Washington D.C. Sometime in the next few years, my parents came to visit and proposed that we travel to meet an older couple who lived several hours away. They had met this couple in Houston, Texas at a weekend get together of some christians who had a common history.

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Move to Washington D.C. & the National Idol connected to George Washington

Late in 2004, I moved from Dallas, Texas to the Washington, D.C. area settling on the Virginia side of the Potomac River. In the spring of 2004, I finished a work contract. I was a skilled technologist for a software product that was not in demand in the Dallas, Texas in 2004.

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