Howdy! How're Y'all doin'? Oops. Guess I'm not back in Texas, but I was just reminiscing with folks in our fellowship this past weekend how the coffee motif came about for these articles.
Greetings and Blessings to all of you. Hopefully, I'll get to the subject today of the supposed re-created city of Babylon, as well as some things that are happening politically and economically that have caused people to turn their attention towards a physical city of Babylon rather than seeing and understanding the Babylon that has been the real bane of the body of Christ.
Once again, Good Morning! Without any further adieu, let's get this discussion off and running for the day. Our daughter, Shelley, is in the process of making a couple of pots of some pretty stout French Roasted coffee this morning, and it will be ready momentarily.
If you've visited our website in the last few days, you should have noticed that the Coffee Breaks are now available (with the use of a Microsoft Translator) into 91 different languages. We've had numerous requests for the Coffee Breaks to be available in other languages -- most notably Arabic and Spanish -- and for the first time, they now are!
Have you been noticing how the pace of events has quickened in the orchestration of the Holy Spirit? Have you seen in your spirit how, as the darkness of the age increases, the Holy Spirit reveals the heart of the Lord Jesus Christ all the more?
Della was in Canada last weekend to minister to a sister in the Lord I've written about numerous times throughout the years in these Coffee Breaks! Eileen Finnman is the sister that we worked with for six years at the Calgary Stampede.
Many of you know that I had to visit the dentist to have seven teeth extracted. A few weeks ago, my normal dentist removed two teeth, but discovered that the infection under the teeth was so severe that she had to spend a couple hours with major removal of cysts that were growing into the bone.
We wrapped up last week with my comments concerning the medical profession. Guess I need to clarify a bit. Two of our daughters work in health care. Our oldest son was born under the care of one of my cousins, who was a medical doctor.
Let’s retrace some of what we ended with last week and continue on. We ended last week with the following statements. The Father and Son merge with one another. You see one — you see the other. The Holy Spirit is the energizing power — the same power that upholds everything in the universe — of God the Father and God the Son.
For those of you who’ve been with me from the beginning, you know that throughout the past 14-plus years of publishing this column, we’ve talked about the meaning and significance of the Greek word, onoma, on numerous occasions. This is an important piece of understanding.