ROCK-Salt! Art Proctor
· A Moosecapade
· A novel, Chapter one, temporarily discontinued
· A Novel, chapter one, continued.
· A Beary Scary Story.
· A novel. a few pages at a time.
· God and the Spider
· It shouldn't take a brick!!
· Beer, Fishing, Golf, & Sex
· The Grey Headed Brigade
· A hedge on the pledge
· WHAT !!?
· If teachers, taught, did preachers, praught?
· Recall Notice!
· Imagine that!
· God's love for us!-- Bobby's dime
· What Next?
· The Book
· In God We Trust
· Old vs New
· Words for His Word's Sake.
· Threat of Debt
· Raccoon Madness
· A Rich Man
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A good one was what the email said and I agree. Rocky
How do you handle difficult passages in Scripture?
I know his instructions lead to eternal life…
John 12:50 NLT
Let the fool choke on them
This story is about an Episcopal clergyman who took a seat in a dining car on a train traveling along the Hudson River. It happened that opposite him was an atheist. Seeing the clerical collar of his companion, he set out to argue with him and begun thus: "I see, sir, that your are a clergyman." "Yes," was the reply. "I am a minister of the Gospel." There was a pause, after which the atheist said: "I suppose, then, that you believe the Bible."
Now the clergyman was a man of sound, scriptural faith, so that he replied: "I do believe the Bible to be the Word of God." Immediately there came a query: "But don't you find things in the Bible that you can't understand?" The minister answered humbly: "Yes, there are places in the Scripture too hard for me to understand." The athiest retorted with an air of triumph, thinking he had his companion cornered: "Well, what do you do then?"
Quietly the minister went on eating his luncheon, which happened to be Hudson RIiver shad, a delicious fish, but noted for the over-development of its bony structure. Then he looked up and said: "I do, sir, just as I do when eating this shad. When I come to the bones, I put them to the side of the plate and go on enjoying my lunch, leaving the bones for some fool to choke on."
Frank E. Gaebelien
Content is derived from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation and other publications of Tyndale Publishing House
Don't have to know everything, but must, LOVE, and LIVE what ya, DO know. Art
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|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Oh got to love it...had that lovely nasty sting at the end.....thanks for putting a smile to my face!!
Dang you got him good!!
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|Reviewed by Dove JoAnne Cromp (Reader)
|(((Rock))) your such a glowing light of the Father..Thank you for this masterpiece...The Father keeps working powerful in your walk to bring others to Him...God bless you sweetest light!!I am still as always trying to help the lost sheep back into the gate by gifting them my testimony..One I just tried to help her see the truth and that God is convicting her BIG TIME for her life style..God is MAJOR convicting her lifestyle and wiccan love...When I think of her I see a phython crawling on it's belly, sand color with it's tounge out and in...Major demonic influences..This is the last time I will bring the truth to her, Rock...This is the second time I have been the vessel for her through God..If she spends eternity in sulfer and ash it's her fault, for I came and gave the messages from the Father...I told her my testimoney in a huge page letter on her den..God uses His channels to get His point across, kinda like shut up in your bones thing..You would be proud of me..Keep any prayer requests coming..I love you all and when you and Beck get married know I will be there in spirit~~I am So proud of your powerful ministry--Today and for the next few days I will be fasting and in prayer-
((((( Love ya, me)))))