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Young Beer and Fresh Women

April 7, 2013

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Vision of Zion Zechariah 1:1 to 14:1 1:1 The words of the Lord suddenly appeared in the mind of Zechariah saying “The Lord is upset with your fathers. Don’t be like your fathers.” One night I saw a man riding on a red horse. Behind him were other riders also on red horses. That was […]

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Permit Approved

March 31, 2013

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Zerubbabel and the Temple Haggai 1:1 to 2:23 1:1 The word of the Lord as imagined by the prophet Haggai, chief bottle washer and overpaid yes-man to The Mighty Zerubbabel, Prince of Persia, in the province of Judah (rural delivery). 2:3 Some people are saying that it is not yet time to rebuild the old […]

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The Last Laugh

November 4, 2012

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God and Job Job 19:1 to 42:10 19:1 Both God and Satan remained quiet while Job and his three friends continued debating the system of justice God had provided for the Universe. Job said, “Give me a break, I’m innocent. I’ve begged God to hear my story but he’s shut me out. He has unfairly […]

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The Good, The Bad, and the Fugly

October 28, 2012

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Job’s Friends Job 8:1 to 18:1 8:1 After Job’s extensive tirade about the unjust nature of humanity’s role in the battle between cosmic factions of good and evil, his number two friend had finally heard enough and entered the fray. He said “How long can you go on and on about what a good guy […]

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The Game

October 21, 2012

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Testing Job Job 1:1 to 6:4 1:1 Once upon a time there was a rich man in the land of Uz whose name was Job. He was indeed one righteous dude. He was very afraid of the Lord, which is wise, and also he hated evil. So that was essentially Job’s stand on the subject […]

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