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    2006-02-16 19:52:04 Posted by Latifa ()

    I appreciate your choice of scriptures, Mel! I'd love to read your thoughts about what prompts your choices. Talk to us, bro! :-)
    2006-02-16 21:58:10 Posted by Traci ()

    Hi Mel, looked yesterday & thought there was nothing I could add to the comments, except say AMEN to that. In the same vein today, I appreciate your choice of verses especially with the way the world is going now. The Beatles of the sixties, were not my favourite group after they recorded ("Imagine there is no Heaven"), they never sang together again!!! But their recording of "All you need is Love" in a Christian Agape way is what we all require!!
    Keep up the good work & if YOU believe it, then you will come up trumps, with God all things are possible. Maybe not the way you expect!!!
    Love & prayers in His Name Stuart
    2006-02-17 03:59:35 Posted by Stuart (stuart@sadrankin.com)


    When I start anywhere, I read the context and follow the notes to somewhere else, and then proceed. If I have no where to start, I pick an improbable word, use a concordance and jump in from there. At times, I start in Proverbs, using typically the day of the month to read that chapter. And yet another way I start is by responding to what I have read here, or pursuing a point that is laid on my heart. I really just go about it in different ways at different times. I could be more systematic and constrained, but I really am not.

    At this point, I am just following a certain vein that strikes a chord in many this time of year, and am sustaining that for a while.

    Who knows where I will go next? The Lord does, but certainly not I!


    The choice was not all that esoteric. Pretty much any scripture I should put up is relevant in one way or another to our days today as it was in the past and will be until the end of time. But I thank you, nonetheless. And yes, God has no limits on what he can do. And if opperating in accordance with his will, neither do we!

    In Love,

    2006-02-17 16:11:02 Posted by Mel ()

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