Greetings to you, Oh Great, Wise, and Illustrious Ones! When's the last time you had a Good Morning greeting like that! Coffee’s poured. Mmmmmm….. Love that aroma! Double Roast French Roast from Winco Foods, thanks to Rich! Come and join me!
Much change is in the wind -- not just for the body of Christ -- but for us as a family. I've periodically shared our plan and intention of returning to Alaska.
This past week I had an experience in which I was transported to Heaven. I was taken to an area in which angelic beings were preparing white robes for the Bride of Christ.
Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning! And the best day of your life to you!
Felicitations and Blessings! Before I get into today's Coffee Break, I have an issue that needs attention. One of our primary forums for publishing these posts -- Multiply.com -- has decided to cease operating in its present form.
Greetings & Solutions! Without any ado let's get right to today's discussion. By the way, I do have a French Press brimming with some very dark roasted French Roast. Come on over and set a spell with me.
This is a bit tardy, but allow me to express my thanks to the more than one thousand people who sent me individual birthday greetings for my 70th birthday!
If ever there has been a day for the manifestation of the Bride of Christ -- the Sons of God, THIS IS IT!
Blessings upon you this first day of the rest of your life! This may sound like a really strange way to say things, but FINALLY! I'm whole again.
Felicitations! It was in the spring of 1963.I was at First Assembly in San Jose, California.James Merwin was the senior pastor.Occasionally, when he preached he would come out with some one-liners, some zingers that made you turn your head and sit up straight.