Monthly Archives: August 2008

Silent Sundays

August 31/08 My First Silent Sunday        

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Judgement and Tears

The Church in our generation needs reformation, revival, and constructive revolution. At times men think of the two words reformation and revival, as standing in contrast one to the other, but this is a mistake. Both  words are related to … Continue reading

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Country of Light, City of Darkness

Beauty with a side of reality. The pictures below are the city in the country where I live. It is called that due to it very country look yet is classified as a city. (an aside, looks really can be … Continue reading

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Random

Some random pics  I took of my world as I see it Beautiful Sunset On the Oregon Coast Ocean view of Oregon Coast Can you smell the Ocean? Picture Of Mount Baker, Taken at a park here in Abbotsford  Some … Continue reading

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A knight in shining Armor

Okay so I lost the whole post that I had been working on for 3 hrs! So here is the shortened version. I received a comment about dating. Do I believe dating is okay and for today? Not on your … Continue reading

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The Blessed Man

                 A wonderful teaching that helps to explain why my husband and I are separating from the world  and its ways and choosing to live a biblical agrarian lifestyle.     By A.W. Pink ‘Blessed is the man that walketh not … Continue reading

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The Feminization of the Family

                              “The family has been feminized because men retreated from their duty… [And] because the church failed to expose, denounce, and answer the lies of the feminists… Men must prove themselves men and shoulder the full load of responsibility … Continue reading

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