...more than we can imagine. But we should try. Notice God is asking. In Moses case, it's a staff.. a stick. For us this 'what' is ordinarily present. In my hands is a phone I'm typing these words.
I know God is saying what's 'what'.
Either God can do what God is written-up to have said . . .
Jesus is the answer.
A fave refrain from the flock, who we might do better sometimes saying.
...is the question.
To which? (“Not got my usual swing on today? Could this be you-know-who? Have to leave my thoughts, let alone 'hear-God', for today?)
Where I’m at though...
The Biblical . . .
Questions on 'where the devils ?'
On Sunday 20.
http://aanirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/multiple-personality-disorder.html (includes my ten bobs worth).
Must stop writing for readers.
Matt Drudge in a rare recent interview with Jonsey, said this, was his way ahead. Write for your/my/self and, in my case, God. And the realm that God is moving on. And do it pretty nifty not trying be all Johnny Updike about it. Spit freestyle. Publish, think about it later.
To this . . .
Paul Crag Roberts admits to getting lots of letters asking ‘what can we do’? I sit here wondering if anyone is reading this and what ‘am’ I doing (this for)?
At Ron Paul's 80’th Birthday event, Judge Napolitano talked of Ron always getting back to first principles. Robert Fisk interviewed talks of the loss of future . . .
Twitting was not my thang but assistance took me over the line and, ice broken, I’m now a twit. In thinking about women. Decided after someone kicked TS off with some ‘Follows’ to go-on choosing women, and respectable followers. Twit strikes me, how small the awoke alt. world is. Maybe it was, larger, but they’ve twitted off? Brings . . .
I want someone anywhere to contact me...
First of all, then, I urge that petitions (specific requests), prayers, intercessions (prayers for others) and thanksgivings be offered on behalf of all people, for kings and all who are in [positions of] high authority, so that we may live a peaceful and quiet life in all godliness . . .