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Dec

23

A Nine Year Old

A Nine Year Old on Seeing His Mother in the Morgue If you leave me here And I know you must The world will still turn It will turn to dust The grass will still grow It will all grow in gray The sun will not shine It will fade all away I see how […]

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Dec

19

The Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence Acts 10: 34 Galatians 3: 28 Christ had plans for the man who denied Him by the fire. Greater than commanding armies, higher than ruling countries, certainly not great wealth. When Peter needed to pay tribute he took a coin not a hook from the mouth of a fish as the […]

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Dec

16

An alternative approach for the terminal cancer patient

to fight cancer…vitamins are important…make sure levels of D, Mg, and Ca are at the high end of normal (take a min., of 10,000 units of D/daily) constant high blood levels of all the B’s … (take B’100s from swanson or life extension every 6 hrs), Take beta carotene, C, high gamma E amd vit […]

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Dec

8

The Temptations of Jesus

The Temptations of Jesus Matthew 4th chapt and Luke 4th chapt Did satan come to Jesus in flowing cloak of sulfuric crimson and scarlet lined with ermine and studded with perfect rubies, emeralds and diamonds, as a man of great wisdom and position or did he sneak in, the way he comes to you and […]

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Dec

6

The Assault in San Bernardino

The Assault in San Bernardino Nicholas Thalasinos, a Messianic Jew who wasn’t laconic spreading his news, let’s say the man wasn’t shy, may have triggered the assault in San Bernardino by farooq who, defending his lie, did what his master had done almost fifteen hundred years before, and tonight what he certainly would do, cleansing […]

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Dec

2

Crossing Ships

Crossing Ships Crossing ships carry containers, steaming pass cars north for Jacksonville, and south seek Panama’s canal where men wear light white weaves, lime and coal to China where hats are floppy straw, upon the docks, sampans floating between huge steel structures, while fish and eels and weeds are pulled from salty water daily. Far […]

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