Hello all, welcome to my site. I am currently living on borrowed time and no longer feel that I am able to live my life as selfishly as I may have in the past. I am developing this site in an effort to help others experience the power of prayer as I have experienced it. I also hope that we can all share information here which will strengthen our belief in and our relationship with God. People of all faiths are welcome here as are people with no faith. I will advise you up front that my agenda is to expose as many people as possible to the reality of the Savior, Christ Jesus.
(Mat 21:22) And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.
I have known that I have Polycystic Kidney Disease since 1986. My father and oldest brother also had the disease. I was in the tenth grade and I had to quit school so I could drive my dad to the hospital three days a week. I enrolled in a correspondence course and I would do my school work while I was waiting for my dad to get his dialysis. Back then they had to have dialysis for eight hours a day. I watched him struggle and suffer not knowing that I was to meet the same fate. I also have wonderful memories of the times we spent The full article can be found here.
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The dawn of humanity saw God walking and talking with His human creation in the midst of the garden. Since that time man has distanced himself from God through sin, unbelief, and distrust. How far we have come now, to a point where many doubt the very existence of their very own creator. This trail from perfection to oblivion has seen many milestones. Man's departure from the Garden also saw the loss of access to the Tree of life and the ultimate relationship with our Creator (Gen 3:24). The end of the great flood saw the beginning of the food chain. For since that time, man has eaten that which was meant to be much more than food. (Gen 9:3) By the time of Moses, humanity had come to distrust it's creator to the extent that they demanded an intermediary (Exo 20:19) When humanity was hungry God provided bread from heaven. (Exo 16:15) When humanity was unhappy with bread from heaven, God gave them the lesser flesh that they desired. (Num 11:31) When humanity thirsted, God provided water. (Exo 17:6) and still humanity did not believe. One of the most destructive milestones came when the children of Israel rejected God as their King and demanded a lesser earthly king. "1Sa 8:6 But the thing displeased Samuel, when they said, Give us a king to judge us. And Samuel prayed unto the LORD. 1Sa 8:7 And the LORD said unto Samuel, Hearken unto the voice of the people in all that they say unto thee: for they have not rejected thee, but they have rejected me, that I should not reign over them." Since that time, we have been governed by man rather than by God. The ultimate milestone came when humanity crucified their very creator. (Mat 27:35) All along mankind has thought they could do better, and each time we thought we could do better, we ended up with less. This trail into oblivion will continue until we are on the edge of oblivion, then our true King will come to our rescue. (Mat 24:22) The world's governments are corrupt and the level of corruption will increase more and more until that day. The jesuit puppet masters will pit this side against that side. Hatred and greed will increase as we are played and pitted against each other by propaganda and dirty deeds. History teaches us that each time humanity tries to obtain something more without God, that we end up with something less. This country is about to become something less. In the not so distant future of this country, taxes will increase exponentially and our guns will also likely be taken. The alternative which seems more and more likely is that this country will shatter and go the way of the Soviet Union. Either way, a once great nation will be but another footnote on the journey from perfection to oblivion. We don't need a government, and neither taxes nor guns will protect us where we are going. The entire collective of human history is teaching us one thing. Yet our creator's own prophecy tells us that we will not learn this lesson until we are saved from the very brink of oblivion, by the one we have rejected since the dawn of humanity. We need God
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Every law in the universe is bendable or breakable except God's Law. Even the laws of nature are bent at the whim of God which you can witness for yourself here in this video.
Have you ever heard of North Platte Nebraska? If you were in the military during WWII, you might have. Watching this video might bring back some memories.
Welcome to Coffee Time. Pour yourself a cup of coffee and join me here for a short message. I want to be clear that I am not a Pastor by any means and that I do not feel qualified to teach the Bible. I do have a humble interpretation of many verses in the Bible. I hope that you will receive my interpretation as it is intended. Not as an authoritative voice on the deeper meanings of the Bible, but simply one person's humble opinion and personal belief which very well could be completely wrong. My hope in writing down my thoughts here are simply to get others to give some thought to the Bible. If you miss a message, you can find past messages on the "Coffee Time Past Messages" page.
Today we are often taught that Jesus was crucified on a Friday, placed in the sepulcher near sunset on Friday and resurrected on Sunday morning. Is this Biblical? People often look to Jesus' own words to cast doubt on the "Friday crucifixion - Sunday resurrection" theory. Here is one verse that may cause us to question The full article can be found here.