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The Light Of The World

The Feast of Tabernacles was a joyous celebration of Thanksgiving. Held annually in late fall, it was a celebration of the final harvest, thanking God for another bountiful crop. 958 more words

God Thoughts

The Spirit and the Bride say "Come!"

Ahhhh…finally!  I’ve been waiting to share this because it just gives me “God bumps” to think of all that we’ve studied.  If you haven’t been with us over the past few days, this will have no impact without the foundation.  176 more words

Current Events

Flow - Planting Garlic and How Grounding Ourselves Improves Emotional Health

When I was growing up, I read many of former President Calvin Coolidge’s writings. He was a deep thinker who grew up on a rural Vermont farm.  1,960 more words

Vermont

Phillip Medhurst presents 08/14 of Simeon Solomon's "Art Pictures from the Old Testament" : The feast of tabernacles

Dalziel & Co. were a firm of engravers founded in 1839. In 1863 they approached various artists to produce designs for an illustrated Bible. However, the Dalziels were unable to get their project published by George Routledge & Sons until 1881 when it was compiled as a “Gallery” aimed at the higher end of the market. 48 more words

Bible

THE BATTLE FOR JERUSALEM

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF THE ‘ICEJ’ WEBSITE)

THE BATTLE FOR JERUSALEM

By:

David Parsons, ICEJ Senior Spokesman

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12 Sep 2017 (All day) 1,042 more words

Faith

SUKKOT FOR THE FIRST TIME OBSERVANT BELIEVER, AND THOSE WONDERING OF A NOVICE'S EXPERIENCE AND OPINION

As I sit and think about our first celebrated Sukkot just last week (2017), I’m amazed at what it meant to me as I sit reflecting on personal feelings. 2,564 more words

Memories