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There are some things that really make my blood boil…

There was an earthquake along the Atlantic coast today just before 2 P.M., our time.

How many more warnings does America need?!

Wake up! Don’t bury your head in the sand. Think about the path that our country is on.

Think about it.

Pray and prepare.


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The Mennonite church that I visit once a month for quilting cleaned out there kitchen and was giving away items for donations.

Today I got about a dozen plastic cups (which we don’t have yet), a handful of mason jars, and two large blue and white serving platters. All of it I purchased for five dollars. We had a family donate scrap material in boxes and trash bags. I helped Betsy sort through them. The a large quantity of the contents weren’t worthy to be called “scrap material”. They were as good as rags. I took a bag of scraps I am going to put to projects that I can donate to Haiti relief. I am motived to make a difference and help by working with my hands. After church I received a pint of garlic in olive oil, the product of an overabundance of garlic.

This morning Aaron and I lay awake in bed listening to NPR news. So depressing and a little scary.

Jimmy (I guess I should call him Brother Lang, I don’t think that I have even called him that yet…hmm..) did a sermon on Revelation. We are in chapter 2 and we covered the first two churches. Ephesus and Smyrna. I was really blessed when I read that even those the church in Smyrna was dirt poor, they were actually very rich in faith!

God proved to me today, that even though I may be uneasy about the future, He will provide. Now, do I need a pint of garlic and material scraps? Not necessarily, but if God can bless me with things that I can use to bless others, and He can fulfill my every need.

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I took Carmen and the girls, Bethany, Rebekah, Abigail and Hosanna to the Cat’s Meow.

Our spoils:

A few dresses for Abigail, a shirt for me in the pink refill $5 bag.

Carmen bought three nice glass dishes.

Carmen also bought a big box full of canning jars for $2.

Before we found the box of jars we found ten canning jars on a shelf 25 cents each. I bought half and Carmen bought the other half she then gave me her half and treated me to lunch.



“The first time He came, He entered by a woman’s womb. And no one saw Him enter.

The next time He comes, ‘every eye Shall see Him!’

The first time He came as a Lamb.

The next time He is coming as the Lion of the tribe of Judah.

The first time He came to redeem.

The next time He is coming to reign.

The first time He came to die.

The next time He is going to raise the dead!

The first time men asked, ‘Where is He that is born king of the Jews?’

The next time He is coming as the King of kings!

The first time He got a crown of thorns.

The next time He will get a crown of glory and of gold (Rev. 14:14).

The first time He came in poverty, to a stable.

The next time He is coming in power.

The first time He had an escort of angels.

The next time ‘He cometh with ten thousand of his saints.’

The first time He came in meekness.

The next time He is coming in majesty!”

-Leonard Ravenhill in “America is too young to die”, pg. 60-61.


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“If there is no fear of God then you have to make a “gospel” of convenience.” – David Wilkerson

If you are about to watch this video, I will warn you that it is very scary.

These people are rolling around and acting as if they were insane. They say it is a move of the Spirit. All that they are doing to making themselves look like idiots and what is worse is that they are making the Holy Spirit, the one who comforts us and brings discernment and conviction, they are making Him look like a fool.

The time to make it right is now, we are very close. Jesus is at the door, though nobody knows the time.

I’m not a sensationalist, I’m not into scare-tactics.

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Are you ready? Are you seriously, seriously ready?

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