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Monthly Archives: December 2016
Here we have a dominion worthy of service. Even today we recognize the pride that comes with belonging to the winning side, so it offers no difficulty to understand the psalmist’s frank boasting in His Master. The entire octet is … Continue reading
The first few images were just some effort to practice lining up shooting angles in urban terrain. It was something to distract me as I rode through Bricktown toward the river trails. The first is from an elevated parking garage … Continue reading
Let me stumble and fall on my own, please; this is how I learn. There’s a prophetic fire burning in my heart and I have to expose something. But first it requires a little context. The prophetic gift can take … Continue reading
For some of us, the voice of the heart is loud enough to easily distinguish. That doesn’t mean it’s easier to give the heart priority; we are still fallen creatures so long as we bear this flesh. However, for most … Continue reading
I got distracted for a while, particularly with computer issues. I’m back in the saddle now and today I began working again on my revision of my Gospels commentary. Here’s a section from Matthew 18. ———— There had already arisen … Continue reading
(Note: The hard drive arrived and I’ve installed Xubuntu and everything is working just dandy; the laptop is now my desktop.) Today I felt drawn to explore SE 134th where it runs west from the lake into the Cross Timbers … Continue reading
I’m writing this from my little netbook. Last week I felt led to order a new hard drive for the laptop. It should arrive in the mail today. Just in time, because it looks like the tower has died. I … Continue reading
I had a lovely long bike ride today and pictures. I was processing them on my Vista laptop, and Bleachbit activated itself out of nowhere and deleted my entire photography collection. All of them. Every. Last. One. It doesn’t just … Continue reading