Well, the speech at the Oath Keepers meeting went well, I think.
When I got home though, I had some health issues. That's why I'm getting started so late today. Rosey let me oversleep and I guess I can't blame her. I met a lot of great folks last night, and any time I can help out the Oath Keepers I will be happy to do so. Also, I want to profusely thank the young man who donated a boxful of freedom fighter grade magazines that will be smuggled later this year into Connecticut and New York.
I'm back on clear liquids today since I have another medically-sanctioned anal rape tomorrow (the last one had to be postponed for insufficient purging). I am weary unto death of these invasions, especially because I think that this particular test is unrelated to my real problem and is just being done to "touch base." His touch, my base.
In the future, I may be scheduling Sundays off anyway. It makes sense from a health perspective and there is always the fact that it is the Lord's day anyway. The closer I get to Heaven's gate, the more important things that I have backslid on seem to me.
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Be well Mike. Please find the strength to address you health issues with a firm resolve for improved health. You are vital to the future.
The Seventh Day has always been the Sabbath since creation. Sunday worship is from the antichrist.
wrong bubba - Saturday is the Sabbath, Sunday is the Lord's Day, id est, the day of resurrection. Go back and read the Didache and writings of the Church Fathers from the first years after Jesus ascended. Truth might set ya free, you never know!
Take care and God bless you.
Technically speaking, the sabbath starts on the evening of Friday
once the sun goes down. I think only jews, muslims, quakers, and
a few others tend to do friday evening services.
Which means I'd never make it to services for any of those, because
I'm usually hammered, recovering from being hammered, or too groggy
until Sunday evening. But, I'd call that "rest" of sorts. Going to
church, being social, that's "work". ;)
Anyway, if your insides are worn out from too much roto rootering,
you could do a CT scan with a contrasting agent to image pretty much
the entire digestive tract inside and out, instead of just focusing
on insides of the large intestines.
This would be a bit expensive, quite a bit worse feeling that the
roto rootering, but if they don't find the problem inside
your guts pretty soon, you are going to be toast anyway.
Sabbath is a day you dedicate to rest and to seeking the Lord. It is not a day of the week. But it is one that you keep on schedule.
The principal is the key, not the detail.
Some things are more important than spreading the truth. Your health and family are two of them.
Be well, Mike. And thank you.
Hey, guys, how many Sabbaths can fit on a weekend? Who cares, let it go.
Mike, best to you. Do what is good for yourself and your family.
God will use your Sabbath rest to do His work His way as a blessing to you.
If you are interested in such a thing, here is a Catholic's take on the coming storm:
Our world is so corrupted by the influence of six thousand years of sin that people can be easily led astray by false teaching and doctrine; the Apostles warned us about this in their Epistles. Jesus’ words come to us from both the Old and the New Testament. When we compare scripture to scripture, here a little, there a little, we will understand, with diligent study and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit, His meaning for us.
In the end all will know the Truth.
You're in my thoughts and prayers.
I'm glad Rosey let you sleep in. I'm sure you needed it.
I agree with your idea of taking Sundays off. I have found Sundays to be perfect for focusing on my conversations with God. Sometimes, I think He answers me, too; not conversationally, but in other ways.
Please be well.
One of Many Anonymous posters said "God will use your Sabbath rest to do His work His way as a blessing to you."
I concur. The future belongs to the Lord, and He will use you as He sees fit. He told us to get a day of rest each week, to keep Him in mind and to keep our work in perspective.
May He bless you, and keep you from harm.
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