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Friday, April 27, 2007

Especially Heather

My favorite quote from Especially Heather today is….

” Because, hear me very clearly, life can change in the blink of an eye. In the end, our entitlement means nothing. Our anger means nothing. Our bitterness means nothing.
Our testimony is all we will leave behind”
I love this video. As you watch it say a prayer for this sweet sister in Christ. She brings much honor to her Saviour.So here it is…

Do you trust Him?


  • Hi Bobbie,
    Thank you for stopping by. 'Wish you could come and have a slice with us! My test is an MRI on my head at 6:45 tonight. I have had some shaking hands lately...they want to make sure it's ok in my head (well, as ok as it can be :)

    We live in Monument...come and see us sometime!

    Love in Him,

    Praying for Heather with you!

    By Blogger CrownLaidDown, at 10:40 AM  

  • OH! By the way, we've been watching the Thunderbirds this morning, practising for the graduation tomorrow...flying right over our house! The kids get so excited!

    By Blogger CrownLaidDown, at 10:41 AM  

  • You wrote: “She brings much honor to her Saviour.So here it is…”

    I want to comment.
    [To differentiate,]First of all,
    The historical Messiah was a Ribi named Yehoshua.

    His authentic teachings were written down by his apprentice student Matityahu and were later redacted into the “gospel of Matthew”. In his true teachings one finds that he taught – just that which is written in the Tank’’h) – that humankind is required to do their utmost to keep the directives in Torah non-selectively. The followers of Ribi Yehoshua were called the Netzarim and their message was always antithetical to Christianity [note 1].

    Furthermore, the historical Ribi Yehoshua – ha-Mashiakh (the Messiah) was not an “incarnate man-god”. [2] He was not a “Saviour”. The Netzarim never accepted the “NT”, because its teachings contradict Torah. [3]
    The teachings of Ribi Yehoshua is the antithesis to the teachings of the “NT”.

    According to Torah, and the teachings of the Messiah, the Creator will not forgive those who reject Torah, which include “NT”-preaching.

    Relating to the Creator exactly in the same way Ribi Yehoshua did – i.e. observing the Creators directives in the Torah – leads oneself into an intimate relationship with the Creator, which is very meaningful!

    1.These statements are proved in the website of Netzarims website [the only legitimate Netzarim, located in Ra’anana]
    2. Read more in the website in note 1; History Museum; Mashiakh-section (top menu)
    3. Proof in this link on my blog: Link

    By Blogger Anders Branderud, at 4:45 AM  

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