The Truth Will Set You Free From The Lie

Then he said to him, “Come home with me and eat bread.” 1 Kings 13:15
Not all invitations are from God.
You wouldn’t think there would be much harm in going to someone’s home and eating but if God says, “Don’t go” then you shouldn’t. Continue reading

My Future Faith

nostradamusAnd behold, a man of God went from Judah to Bethel by the word of the LORD, and Jeroboam stood by the altar to burn incense. Then he cried out against the altar by the word of the LORD, and said, “O altar, altar! Thus says the LORD: ‘Behold, a child, Josiah by name, shall be born to the house of David; and on you he shall sacrifice the priests of the high places who burn incense on you, and men’s bones shall be burned on you.'” And he gave a sign the same day, saying, “This is the sign which the LORD has spoken: Surely the altar shall split apart, and the ashes on it shall be poured out.”
So it came to pass when King Jeroboam heard the saying of the man of God, who cried out against the altar in Bethel, that he stretched out his hand from the altar, saying, “Arrest him!” Then his hand, which he stretched out toward him, withered, so that he could not pull it back to himself. The altar also was split apart, and the ashes poured out from the altar, according to the sign which the man of God had given by the word of the LORD.
1 Kings 13:1-5
I have been reading about the Web Bot project. (You can Google it for more information)
It’s using computers and language programs to predict the future. Continue reading

@#&%$ That Feels Better!

ouchA new study shows that uttering expletives when you hurt yourself is a sensible policy.
That is according to scientists who have shown swearing can help reduce pain.
A study by Keele University researchers found volunteers who cursed at will could endure pain nearly 50% longer than civil-tongued peers. Continue reading

@#&%$ That Feels Better!

ouchA new study shows that uttering expletives when you hurt yourself is a sensible policy.
That is according to scientists who have shown swearing can help reduce pain.
A study by Keele University researchers found volunteers who cursed at will could endure pain nearly 50% longer than civil-tongued peers. Continue reading