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Monday, August 15, 2011
Many times throughout the gospels, Jesus preached that He is life. He is life, in Him is life, and He alone can give life. Life as evidenced here on earth, in no matter what form, is a symbol of Him and a manifestation of His glory. Only God can create life. Only God can give life, and only by believing in Jesus can we receive eternal life.
This is why life is so precious.
Life is not something that you and the next guy can create. Not even scientists can just up and breathe life into an inanimate object. Life is something that only God can produce.
God has given each and every one of us life to some degree. We are all breathing and our hearts are beating. Plants also are alive, and animals, and yet we have souls, which differentiate us from them. It is because of the immortal soul that God has given to man that a human being in a coma, is very, very different than a vegetable. It is insulting to God and the human race to make such a base comparison. And yet although we as humans have souls that will exist forever, not all humans have received the gift of eternal life, which again, God alone can bestow.
1 John 5:11-13 And this is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. He who has the Son has life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have life. I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life.
God alone can give us life--here on earth as well as eternal. Life, therefore, is an attribute peculiar to God alone. This is why Satan hates life. It reminds him of God, the only one who can create life. When we see the Mona Lisa, we think of Leonardo da Vinci. When we hear the Messiah, we think of Handel. And when we see life, we should think of God, the creator of it.
Satan does all in his power to destroy life--as much life as he can--and especially human life, because it is the most precious, for it contains an immortal soul. In this way he attacks God, by destroying His best creation.
John 10:10 The thief comes only to kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.
And many have died over the years of history as a result of Satan and his servants. Take for example abortion, or the many holocausts. Death is Satan's trademark, and his way of twisting and distorting the beautiful thing God created called life. However Satan can kill the body, but he cannot kill the soul. The martyrs are a beautiful example of this. Men who did not fear God (and any who do not fear God serve Satan) rose up with a mind of hatred towards the children of God. They sought to murder and destroy all they could. They killed many, many innocent people. And yet the blood of the martyrs is seed for the cause of Jesus Christ. The martyrs gave their earthly lives for Christ, and went to live with him forever. In doing such they were a thundering witness to the world around them. Many more came to know Christ, and to accept the gift of eternal life because of them.
It is because Jesus is life that life is the most precious thing on earth. And it is because life is the most precious gift, that the giving of one's life for others, which is called redemption, is the most noble, beautiful, amazing thing there is.
Friday, August 5, 2011
“Yes, it is rather bright,” said her twin, Judy.
“It was kind of the landlord to send us two candles,” their mother commented.
The family and all their friends lived in a castle with no windows, where it was always dark. The landlord sent them a candle every day, and occasionally two candles, to light the dark rooms.
Every few years, the landlord would come during the night and take one of them as they were sleeping out of the castle to the world outside. He would leave a note to inform the others. The loss of these was always mourned by those remaining within, but the landlord’s plan was to one day bring them all outside of the castle.
One morning Muriel rushed out of her room. “Mother, Mother, come quickly,” she said. “I can’t find Judy!”
The mother followed Muriel back into her room. Glancing at Judy’s empty bed, she asked, “Muriel…what is that on the bed?”
Muriel went to it and picked it up. “Oh, no Mother, it is a note!” She cried.
“Then the Landlord has taken her away,” the Mother replied.
Muriel and her Mother and the rest of the family wept for Judy for a long time. But they could only see what went on in the Shadowlands. They did not have the whole picture. They wept for Judy having been borne away in the darkness. BUT,
“They do know, but it is hard for them to understand what the world really looks like. All they can understand is the great brightness of two candles in a dark room. They cannot envision anything brighter.”
“But they have the candles themselves! Cannot they envision it being as bright as the candle itself?” Judy asked sadly.
“They could…but they do not.”
“We used to mourn for those who were borne away in the darkness. How little did we know that we were the ones who walked in darkness!” Judy mused. Another tear slid down her cheek. “Rather I should mourn for those who are still in darkness.”
The sun is bright yet there IS something brighter
We mourn for those who have gone on before
But perhaps they mourn for us who are still behind
And yet in and through it all the landlord…Our Landlord…has a purpose
brighter and better than anything we can here see. We are confined by our dimension.
We can picture things less than what we have here but nothing more
Yet in glory we will see things as they really are
In catching a vision of something brighter…better…more…we catch a vision of heaven…and yet
the vision will be far surpassed by the reality.
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Thursday, July 21, 2011
'Twas a bright sunny morning as I walked through the glen
I was going to chapel and I'd go there again
There I met my lover: He'd loved
Me long before I ever loved Him
He'd wooed me, protected me an' died for me too
He gave His life to save mine and I never knew!
He rose from the dead; lives forever to save
I fell on my knees, wept, to Him my heart I gave
Every Sabbath I went to chapel to hear
Of the works that my Saviour had done o'er the years
But then England came an' tried to force us apart
I could not give up the love in my heart
Some of my friends were killed, they never gave in
I determined to be strong, like them, for Him
The took me me, bound me, ordered me break the 'trothal I had
They told me they'd kill me I was making them mad
I could not I would not break the betrothal
My lover gave His life for me I'd give my life for HIm!
After much pleading, persuasion in vain
They chose to take upon themselves the mark of Cain
They once again took me and bound me anew
Within a few moments my soul away flew
What they would have known, if they had paused
Is the blood of the martyrs is seed for His cause
Do not mourn my death but rejoice in my life
For those cowardly soldiers have ended my strife
Those who sought to destroy our understanding
Have rather instead hastened our wedding
'Twas a glorious death, I'm glad it was so
rather than dying peacefully tho'
He gave his life for love of me, I died for love of Him
And now may I in glory rise
And look into my lover's eyes
And remember with joy, unfaded then
Of meeting my lover in the church on the glen.
I hadn't realized I was such a romantic. A great deal too much for my taste now, anyway.:) And yet I think that there are some good concepts hidden within this.
Monday, July 18, 2011
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And rouse your bold hearts at fair Liberty's call,
No tyrannous acts shall suppress your just claim,
Or stain with dishonour America's name.
In freedom we're born and in freedom we'll live,
Not as slaves but as freemen our money we'll give.
Our worthy forefathers - let's give them a cheer -
To climates unknown did courageously steer;
Thro' oceans to deserts for freedom they came,
And dying bequeathed us their freedom and fame.
Their generous bosoms all dangers despised,
So highly so wisely their birthrights they prized,
We'll keep what they gave - we will piously keep,
Nor frustrate their toils on land or the deep.
The tree their own hands had to liberty reared,
They lived to behold growing strong and revered,
With excitement they cried, "Now our wishes we gain,
For our children shall gather the fruits of our pain."
Swarms of Placemen and Pensioners soon will appear,
Like locusts deforming the crops of the year,
Suns vainly will rise, showers vainly defend,
If we are to labor for what others will spend.
Then join hand in hand brave Americans all,
By uniting we stand, by dividing we fall;
In so righteous a call, let us hope to suceed,
For heaven approves of each generous deed.
All ages shall speak with amaze and applause,
Of the courage we'll show in support of our laws.
To die we can bear - but to slave we disdain -
For shame is to freemen more dreadful than pain.
This poem I crown for our sovereign's health
And this to Britannia's glory and wealth;
That wealth and that glory immortal may be,
If she is but just and if we are but free!
I love this poem; my brother and I wrote music for it. There are a lot of good concepts and principles within these lines - concepts that more of us need to grasp and take to heart.
Sunday, July 3, 2011
"He has showed you, O man, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God."
A few years ago when I won the VFW essay contest "Patriot's Pen", I was given a book of quotes called "Lift Every Voice". There are a few really good quotes that I would like to share.
"Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."...Benjamin Franklin
"The condition upon which God hath given liberty unto men is eternal vigilance."...John P. Curran
"Freedom is not a heritage, it is a challenge. And preservation of freedom, whether in the United States or elsewhere is a fresh challenge for each generation." ...C. Donald Dallas
We need to face this challenge and preserve our freedom with vigilance!
"If anyone asks me the meaning of ur flag, I say to him: Under this banner rode Washington and his armies. This banner streamed in light over the soldier's heads at Valley Forge and at Morristown. It crossed the waters roiling with ice at Trenton, and when its stars gleamed in the morning with a victory, a new day of hope dawned on the despondency of this nation."...Henry Ward Beecher
"It is our duty still to endeavor to avoid war; but if it shall actually take place, no matter by whom brought on, we must defend ourselves."...Thomas Jefferson
"The spirit of a nation derives from the integrity of the home."...Margaret Mead
"Fathers and Mothers, if you have children, they must come first. Your success as a family, and our success as a society, depends not on what happens at the White House, but on what happens at your house."...Barbara Bush
How true! We are raising/will raise the future voters who will eventually determine what sort of things take place at the White House!
"In love of home, love of country has its rise."...Charles Dickens
I think it is important to remember, that though this nation has many sins, and that though our Declaration of Independence and Constitution may have flaws, and though our founding fathers were fallible and none were perfect, yet this nation was created with a mind to God's Word. Therefore, although we may regret the flaws, we must see that this nation has been great--because of God's blessing upon us. The fourth of July is a day to celebrate the freedom and liberty God has blessed us with. The State ought not to have a say in the affairs of the Church, but the Church most certainly ought to be a large participant in the affairs of the State if we would be blessed. I think that as Christians, we ought to find out about the candidates on local, state, and nationwide level, and if there is a candidate who is a Christian, and/or upholds Christian principles, it is our duty to back that candidate.
As Americans and Christians, let us be mindful of God's grace and blessings. Let us repent of our sins and pray, that God will hear, turn and heal this land.
Friday, July 1, 2011
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Captain Wesley Elliot was voted favorite over King Aramoth, we will see how Aramiel and Maria fare!
Maria: Schoolteacher, Wife, Mother
Aramiel: Princess, Daughter, Wife, Mother
Aramiel: 1 older brother, Aramoth
# of Children
Maria: 12. 6 boys, 6 girls. Names and Gender: Courage, Purity, Strength, Honor, Shiphrah, Puah, Hamilton, Mercy, Gallant, Pilgrim, Trust, Truth
Color of eyes and hair
Maria: Dark brown hair and eyes
Aramiel: Dark brown hair and eyes
Character Quality that describes them best
Meaning of Full Name
Maria: Living Fragrance, Beautiful, My God is the Lord
Aramiel: Earnest Seeker of God
From this and reading the books, you should be able to choose a favorite! If you don't have a copy of one or both of the books, e-mail me at email@example.com !
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Here is the huge bridge I had to drive over to get to the house! The class was on Hutchinson Island and this bridge is the only way on or off!
The trip was very profitable!
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
And don't forget to vote for your favorite hero below in our hero comparison!
Thursday, May 5, 2011
King Aramoth vs. Captain Wesley Elliot
Wesley: Soldier (captain), Bank Clerk, Clergyman, Husband, Father
Aramoth: King, Soldier, Commander-in-chief of the army, Husband, Father
SiblingsWesley: 4 younger Faith, Karl, Calvin, Joy
Aramoth: 1 younger Aramiel
# of children
Wesley: 12. 6 boys, 6 girls. Names and Gender: Courage, Purity, Strength, Honor, Shiphrah, Puah, Hamilton, Mercy, Gallant, Pilgrim, Trust, Truth
Aramoth: 9. 4 boys, 5 girls. Names and Gender:
Tiphereth, Arrabon, Hoplon, Agathosune, Eilikrineia, Ischus, Nikao, Artios, Katharos.
Color of eyes and hair
Wesley: Medium Brown Hair, Blue eyes
Aramoth: Dark Brown Hair, Dark Brown eyes
Aramoth: none (People don't have middle names in Basileia)
Character quality that describes them best
Meaning of full name
Wesley: Prosperous Spirit, Brave Protector, my God is the Lord
Aramoth: Earnest seeker of God
Monday, May 2, 2011
Thank you Kelsey for all you've done!
Saturday, April 30, 2011
The Hero Showdown!
Captain Wesley Elliot
How it works:
Leave a comment asking any questions you like pertaining to either of these characters, regardless of whether or not you have read the books. (If you haven't, be sure to order one by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org !)
When a sufficient number of questions have been submitted via comments, I will add some of my own and write a post comparing the hero of The Teacher and the hero of The Tiphereth Trilogy. There will then be a poll so that you can vote for your favorite!
If the "Hero Showdown" idea is at all popular, I may have other Hero showdowns comparing other characters in the books, possibly including Aramiel vs. Maria Dalton, Eleutheria vs. Faith Elliot, Gwynarae vs. Mrs. Elliot, Hiram Grady vs. The Enemy, and so on!
Be sure to comment with good questions!
Imagine you are interviewing the two heroes for a panel discussion...:)
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Raise your joys and triumphs high,
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Thank you so much Kelsey for a great review!
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Sunday, April 17, 2011
The officiating minster had come from a distant city to perform a ceremony of more than usual interest; and when he stood up in the pulpit, and the organ thundered through the arches, St. Elmo bowed his head on his hand, and sat thus during the hour that ensued.
The ordination sermon was solemn and eloquent, and preached from the text in Romans:
"For when ye were the servants of sin, ye were free from righteousness. But now being made free from sin, and become servants to God, ye have your fruit unto holiness, and the end everlasting life."
Then the minister, having finished his discourse, came down into the altar and commenced the services; but Mr. Murray sat motionless, with his countenance concealed by his hand. Mr. Hammond approached and touched him, and, as he rose, led him to the altar, and presented him a a candidate for ordination.
There, before the shining marble pulpit which he had planned and built in the early years of his life, for the idol of his youth, stood St. Elmo; and the congregation, especially those of his native village, looked with involuntary admiration and pride at the erect, powerful form, clad in its suit of black--at the nobly-proportioned head, where gray locks were visible.
"But if there be any of you who knoweth any impediment or crime, for the which he ought not to be received into this holy ministry, let him come forth, in the name of God, and show what the crime or impediment is."
The preacher paused, the echo of his words died away, and perfect silence reigned. Suddenly St. Elmo raised his eyes from the railing of the altar, and turning his face slightly, looked through the eastern window at the ivy-draped vault where slept Murray and Annie. The world was silent, but conscience and the dead accused him. An expression of intolerable anguish crossed his handsome features, then his hands folded themselves tightly together on the top of the marble balustrade, and he looked appealingly up to the pale Jesus staggering under his cross.
At that instant a spotless white pigeon from the belfry, found its way into the church through the open doors, circled once around the building, fluttered against the windows, hiding momentarily the crown of thorns, and, frightened and confused, fell upon the fluted pillar of the pulpit.
An electric thrill ran through the congregation; and as the minister resumed the services, he saw on St. Elmo's face a light, a great joy, such as human countenances rarely wear this side the grave.
When Mr. Murray knelt and the ordaining hands were laid upon his head, a sob was heard from the pew where his mother sat, and the voice of the preacher faltered as he delivered the Bible to the kneeling man, saying:
"Take thou authority to preach the word of God, and to administer the holy sacraments in the congregation."
There were no dry eyes in the entire assembly, save two that looked out, coldly blue, from the pew where Mrs. Powell sat like a statue, between her daughter and Gordon Leigh.
Mr. Hammond tottered across the altar, and knelt down close to Mr. Murray; and many who knew the history of the pastor's family, wept as the gray head fell on the broad shoulder of St. Elmo, whose arm was thrown around the old man's form, and the ordaining minister, with tears rolling over his face, extended his hands in benediction above them.
"The peace of God, which passeth all understanding, keep your hearts and minds in the knowledge and love of God, and of His Son Jesus Christ our Lord; and the blessing of God Almighty, and the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, be among you, and remain with you alway."
And all hearts and lips present whispered "Amen!" and the organ and the choir broke forth in a grand "Gloria in excelsis."
Standing there at the chancel, purified, consecrated henceforth unreservedly to Christ, Mr. Murray looked so happy, so noble, so worthy of his high calling, that his proud, fond mother thought his face was fit for an archangel's wings.
Many persons who had known him in his boyhood, came up with tears in their eyes, and wrung his hand silently. At last Huldah pointed to the white pigeon, that was now beating its wings against the gilded pipes of the organ, and said, in that singularly sweet, solemn, hesitating tone, with which children approach sacred things:
"Oh Mr. Murray! when it fell on the pulpit, it nearly took my breath away, for I almost thought it was the Holy Ghost."
Tears, which till then he had kept bravely back, dripped over his face, as he stooped and whispered to the little orphan:
"Huldah the Holy Spirit the Comforter, came indeed; but it was not visible, it is here in my heart."
The congregation dispersed. Mrs. Murray and the preacher and Huldah went to the carriage; and, leaning on Mr. Murray's arm, Mr. Hammond turned to follow, but observing that the church was empty, the former said:
"After a little, I will come."
The old man walked on, and Mr. Murray went back and knelt, resting his head against the beautiful glittering balustrade, within which he hoped to officiate through the remaining years of his earthly career.
Once the sexton, who was waiting to lock up the church, looked in, saw the man praying alone there at the altar, and softly stole away.
...from St. Elmo, by Augusta Jane Evans Wilson
I think that this is one of the most moving scenes in the entire book. Everyone should read St. Elmo and any other books by Augusta Jane Evans Wilson that they can get their hands on. Some day, I would like to witness an ordination. Not as eventful, nor as dramatic a redemption story as the one portrayed here probably, but I think it must be a beautiful and solemn thing.
Disclaimer: I do not neccesarily condone the appearance of, decoration choices, and so on of the church herein described. The authoress is describing an Episcopal church and while I certainly believe that one could be a true Christian and attend a church such as is described, but I would certainly suggest some changes.
Friday, April 15, 2011
Could be called the lyrics to a song...
After a bit of perfecting I take my laptop to the piano and try and put my tune on the keys, which usually results in my recording to my laptop a new little bit of piano playing.
Which said recording has definite tune to it, but would be rather lame as an actual song if it were just piano and singing.
I personally am partial to the sound of electric guitar (especially bass) and drum sets. Sadly (to me anyway)we don't own those instruments despite the fact that we have a whole collection of instruments including some (very) unusual ones.
With a bit of drum added to the piano, perhaps a violin, and an acoustic or electric guitar, these songs wouldn't be all that bad. But for now I am leaving them at the piano stage.
I thought I would post some of the lyrics to one of my more recent songs, called:
feeds us worldviews
different than God’s word
And oftentimes we suck it in
They say “Someday your Prince will come”
But that’s not always true
They say no harm will be done
Make last first kiss sound so sweet
They call good bad and evil good
They make good look dark and scary
They put the bad in a field of flowers
With a sunset, water and sparkly lights
But it’s all
It doesn’t look as popular
nor as beautiful to you
Because you’ve been deceived
And accepted their worldview
They make the story however they want
Stealing gets applause and truthfulness a grunt
Rebellion is applauded while obedience decried,
In real life it doesn’t work that way it’s an outright lie
But they make the lies seem beautiful
and wickedness so cool
That we easily get drawn away
and allow the lies to rule
And their lies lead to destruction
their path leads down to death
so guard your heart, mind, soul, and eyes
with every waking breath
Cause it’s all fairytales
They capture your heart
and excite your poor mind
They capture your fancy and
make wiser eyes blind
They draw you away and
They poison your mind
They make you start looking
For things you can’t find
When you should seek God and
to live by His law for their
attractive lies are fairytales
and aren’t true at all
God’s word alone contains the truth
though the path is narrow and the way is hard
that path alone will lead to life
so follow it with all you are
Cause the world cannot give you truth
the best that they can give you is a dressed up lie
And it’s all Fairytales
This isn't the entire song but these are the best lines and will give you the general idea. What do you think?
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Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Roses, Roses, a gift from above.
White Roses, white roses, forsaken love.
Pink Roses, pink roses, love expectant,
Red Roses, red roses, love triumphant.
I liked that each color had a meaning!
While speaking of L. M. Montgomery, I was reading The Story Girl and found a reference to a Henty book! The children are going to go pick berries or something, but the oldest brother prefers to stay home and finish reading his new Henty! I enjoy finding references like this in my books.
I only just read this, but there is a wonderful post on Romance and Literature that everyone should read! It's on the Ballantyne the Brave blog. Here is the link:
And the best sentence (with the previous sentence for context) to get you started...
"Be careful, though, that you don't fill your mind with unrealistic ideas about who your spouse should be. Mr. Darcy is much too busy answering mail from his fan club to think about marrying you."
And by the way, how did Mr. Darcy get to be the poster child for every girl's ideal?
Monday, April 11, 2011
Dripping, dripping, dripping,
though it is not raining,
although it has not rained,
the sun is brightly shining,
yet it is quite cold,
happiness gushes up in our hearts. Why?
Because Winter is over,
Brings the happiness of Spring!
Monday, April 4, 2011
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Wednesday, March 30, 2011
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I saw this video on Ah, The Life, http://www.ahthelife.blogspot.com/ . I thought it was really funny. I love how the one baby laughs after the other one says something, and I love the hand motions. It really looks like they are having an important conversation!
Sunday, March 20, 2011
Thank you Elaine for reviewing my books!
Saturday, March 19, 2011
I love followers, but many of the people I know don't have blogs. (Some should really get one, though!) Now, you can follow my blog by e-mail if you don't have a blog. Scroll down on the left sidebar to where it says "Followers". Right above that, there is now a gadget that says, "Follow by E-mail." Type your e-mail address in and click "Submit." Verify that you are not a machine:) and you will recieve updates by e-mail!
I also wanted to tell you about my new blog!
Loyal Basileians is for those who love The Tiphereth Trilogy and want to find out more about the country of Basileia! We will feature a different character from the story each month, and you can access great extras such as a family tree, pictures, character profiles, and coming soon: Basileian songs! Be sure to stop by this beautiful blog and experience how awesome it is!
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Thursday, March 17, 2011
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Tuesday, March 15, 2011
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Wednesday, March 9, 2011
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An epic battle to decide to whom the kingdom, the power, and the glory belong…
Enemy forces are advancing on Basileia. The Kingdom is also at peril from within. The cities are warring against each other, and the families are not following in the ways of the High King. All hope will be lost…unless young Prince Aramoth can lead his people not only to victory, but to repentance.
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