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Joyce L Cooper commented on Joyce L Cooper's blog post Praise Jesus Whom All Blessings Flow
"Thank you for your encouragement.  I usually type what I feel in my spirit or my thoughts. I am humbled to see another sister in Jesus be uplifted!"
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terry stonebarger liked Joyce L Cooper's profile
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terry stonebarger commented on Joyce L Cooper's blog post Praise Jesus Whom All Blessings Flow
"This is beautiful, Sister Joyce.  And may I welcome you to CLM?  Your post for me in particular gave me a great lift in spirit when I read it just now, so I thank you greatly.  :-)   Looking forward to hearing more from you.  "
53 minutes ago
Patrick Christian posted a discussion in Animals of the Bible
Why did the ostrich go to the beach? To stick his head in the sand. The ostrich is known as the largest bird in the world. They can grow up to 9 feet (2.7 m) tall and can weigh up to 320 lbs (145 kg). I think we should all be grateful that God does not allow such a creature to fly. Not only is the ostrich the largest bird in the world, the ostrich egg is the largest egg in the world, coming in at about 6 inches (150 mm) in length. And weighing about 3 lbs (1.3 kg). In addition to being the largest bird and laying the largest eggs, the ostrich also has the largest eyes of any land animal in the world. Ostrich's eyes are 2 inches (5 cm) in diameter. However, an ostrich’s brain is smaller than its eye. The ostrich comes from a group of large, flightless, long-legged birds called ratites. Other ratites in the world are known as the emus, kiwis and cassowaries (of Australia), the moas (of New Zealand, thought to now be extinct), and the rheas (of South America). It is believed that these l…
1 hour ago
It's Taylor Thursday!

“God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him.”

- James Hudson Taylor
Patrick Christian posted a blog post in Bible Study
Who was the king of Judah when the Lord spoke His word to Jeremiah? 1) Amon2) Josiah3) Uzziah4) Hezekiah - Jeremiah 1:2
3 hours ago
Patrick Christian posted a blog post in The Top 100 Bible Verses
Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body. - Hebrews 13:3 ESV
3 hours ago
Patrick Christian replied to Zomok, steve's discussion The Mystery of Marah, and Acacia wood in Plants of the Bible
"Yes, indeed! Acacia was a heavily relied upon tree in parts of the Bible. In addition to being used to turn bitter water sweet, it was also used in the construction of the tabernacle and the ark of the covenant because of its strength and durability. As you mentioned, it was used to turn bitter water sweet and drinkable. The acacia tree produces fragrant flowers that, in some parts of the world, are used to make honey. It is a fact that acacia honey, true acacia honey is the best and healthiest honey in the entire world. It is the sweetest and has the most benefits of all other honeys.
 
Many people still look at it as a "spiritual" tree because they feel it was a miraculous act that Moses had performed at that time, but it was just God teaching Moses about a valuable part of His creation. The miraculous part was when God spoke the tree (along with all other plant life) into existence. God truly thought of everything when He created this spinning rock. He even thought of natural water…"
3 hours ago
Pastor Rolf Anderson commented on Joyce L Cooper's blog post Praise Jesus Whom All Blessings Flow
"Amen!"
4 hours ago
Joyce L Cooper posted a blog post
My prayer this morning:Let my...... eyes see your graceLet my .......lips utter your wordsLet my........ mind remember your loveLet my........ ears hear your voiceLet my........ legs walk on in faithLet.............. everything I have move me closer to you! Amen and Maranatha.
5 hours ago
Pastor Rolf Anderson commented on linda f favorite's article January 2020 Prompt: A Different Approach in Spiritual Journaling and Bible Study Methods
"This year I bought a personal organizer that I'm also using for some journaling. I plan to write down my goals and plans for myself. This should help me with completing my personal goals and putting more order into my life."
6 hours ago
Zomok, steve posted a discussion in Plants of the Bible
 In the Book of Exodus, chapter 15, we read about the Israelites traveling in the Wilderness (desert) of Shur.  They were in need of water and came upon a place of bitter waters.  The place was called "Marah" (meaning "bitter").  This water was too salty evidently.  Imagine the let down these folks experienced in the hot sun.  They are thirsty but the water is not fit for man and the beasts.  The water had to be purified and in verses 23-25 we read that the Lord showed Moses a piece of wood and Moses threw this into the water and the water was sweeten or less bitter.  Some have speculated that the wood was probably a branch of Acacia wood, perhaps partly charcoalized.  This wood would definitly help to purify the water and remove much salty taste.  Even today we often use charcoal in water filters to improve the quality of the water.  Some read the story and think the wood is entirely symbolic and miraculous , but in reality the Spirit reminded Moses of the wood. And Moses had much ex…
6 hours ago
Pastor Rolf Anderson liked Clinton Bezan's blog post Is there hope for a chaotic world?
8 hours ago
Zomok, steve and Patrick Christian are now friends
9 hours ago
Patrick Christian left a comment on Animals of the Bible
"Yes, indeed. Have you read the post on here about The Ant? Those verses from Proverbs 6 were a part of that. It is amazing how God can use something so seemingly insignificant as an example for us of how to live."
15 hours ago
Patrick Christian left a comment on Animals of the Bible
"Amen, brother! I will be posting a study on peacocks in the very near future. It's on my list."
15 hours ago
David Crosby updated their profile
16 hours ago
Jonathan Allen McEndarfer left a comment on Animals of the Bible
"I love the verves in Proverbs 6:6-7 at says (Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise (7 Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler)
I look forward to sharing more learning more from you guys"
18 hours ago
linda f favorite published an article in Spiritual Journaling and Bible Study Methods
It's a new year, How do you plan to enter into it? The same way you've entered the previous year and the year before that or a different approach all together? Take time to journal and reflect on how you go about your spiritual journey and alone time with Jesus. Are you in a rut or are you content with how things are going? Anything you want to change or do you prefer to continue the way you're going? Here's hoping 2020 will bring you peace, blessings and many days of happy journaling
21 hours ago
GeraDessiel Simon left a comment on Animals of the Bible
"Rejoicing with all them that love our LORD JESUS CHRIST in Truth!
All thankfulness for another opportunity to glory in His Book of LIFE,The Bible!
I am especially reminded of the peacocks noted in 1Kings10:23;2Chronicles9:21;Job39:13.
At a time when Christians are being so persecuted,there was a time when the peacock represented-as the bird of paradise,a sign for Christians! It has been shown me about it having to do with rejoicing & exalting,shout & cry out singing for joy!
Thanks again Pastor for inviting me!
I would like to join the MusicianSingers as well!"
21 hours ago
Patrick Christian left a comment on Plants of the Bible
"Greetings, Jonathan! Yes, the names of the foods they had back then have remained the same, at least for the most part. I am a big fan of garlic, onions, leeks, cucumbers and melon. I can just picture myself walking through nature back then and picking foods from trees and the ground, and just eating it as it is. Can you imagine how much better the food must have been thousands of years ago? From all that I had read over the years, food, particularly vegetation, has been gradually getting worse since the fall of man. But, although it is still getting worse, God has allowed us to still share in some great benefits of it all. Each of those foods alone have some really excellent health benefits."
22 hours ago
Clinton Bezan is now friends with Mary Osborn and Pastor Rolf Anderson
23 hours ago
Ken Simmons posted blog posts
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Clinton Bezan posted a blog post
We live in perilous times. The middle east is a hotbed of divergent nations bent upon a collision course in the near future, with Israel at center stage.  Europe is rioting, Russia, China and the U.S.A. are posturing for military supremacy, and the entire world is on edge. The middle class is shrinking, as the most-wealthy get richer and the average citizen becomes squeezed between rising costs and stagnant income. The poor are getting poorer.  The balance of power seems to be in the hands of a precious few as the top 1% now hold over 50% of the world’s wealth. As uncertainty and perplexity increase, the stage is being set for globalization to succeed in establishing a one world government. Anyone with the magic formula for world peace will emerge as an instant hero and hold the very life of the planet in their hands.  World societal values have become flashpoints of dissent as subjective morality and opposing worldviews vie for validation on social media, in the news and in the stree…
yesterday
Is there hope for a chaotic world?

We live in perilous times. The middle east is a hotbed of divergent nations bent upon a collision course in the near future, with Israel at center stage. Europe is rioting, Russia, China and the U.S.A. are posturing for military supremacy, and the entire world is on edge. The middle class is shrinking, as the most-wealthy get richer and the average citizen becomes squeezed between rising costs and stagnant income. The poor are getting poorer. The balance of power seems to be in the hands of a precious few as the top 1% now hold over 50% of the world’s wealth. As uncertainty and perplexity increase, the stage is being set for globalization to succeed in establishing a one world government. Anyone with the magic formula for world peace will emerge as an instant hero and hold the very life of the planet in their hands.

World societal values have become flashpoints of dissent as subjective morality and opposing worldviews vie for validation on soci…
Jonathan Allen McEndarfer left a comment on Plants of the Bible
"Hello I have just read in Numbers 11:5 how the Israelites were remembering how they got to eat freely in Egypt, they mentioned Fish, cucumbers, Melons, Leeks, Onions and Garlic, This is interesting on how they could eat free these and name the fruits they had."
yesterday
Robert Hall posted a discussion
Christians know life in Christ, but what of its liberty in the walk. It’s in the walk that intents of the heart are manifest, and it’s the walk that is used more than all to reveal the testimony of the soul. For some time now (about the last century of so, and becoming more obviously present in my opinion) Christendom has been exposed to numerous teachings which have no parallel with the fundamental growth-truths of Scripture, resulting in an often-seen-lack of enthusiasm concerning their position in Christ. As the Spirit of God and of Christ continues to teach believers who seek growth in Christ (Eph 4:15) they will increasingly become more active towards being encouraged in apprehending the all-important truths contained within their “eternal salvation” in Him (Heb 5:9)!NC   “Face To Face” Beloved, let us sit down and consider how long it will be before we shall see Him face to face! His face, His own, even His who is chiefest among ten thousand, the altogether lovely—our Lord Jesus…
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Patrick Christian liked Mary Osborn's blog post Jesus Heals a Blind Man
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Patrick Christian commented on Mary Osborn's blog post Jesus Heals a Blind Man
"Excellent study! It is so common, in today's world, to run into people who are "blind" but think they see. Society believes they are right when they are just proud. I pray that God shows society how blind they have been so that Jesus can be seen. Thank you for this message."
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Jonathan Allen McEndarfer updated their profile photo
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