L-RD bless you and protect you!L-RD deal kindly and graciously with you!L-RD bestow His favor upon you and grant you Shalom! (Numbers 6:24-26)
Here’s a great article in which Chuck Stanion shares The History of Santa Claus.
[I found this repost from AG History touching, enlightening, and encouraging. L-RD Bless. . .] This Week in AG History — December 19, 1936 By Darrin J. RodgersOriginally published on AG News, 17 December 2020 Old Joe Conlee (1853-1929) was a dirty, ragged drunk. He spent every penny on liquor and begged on the street … More Joseph Conlee: From Methodist Pastor to Drunken Beggar to Pentecostal Educator — Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center
While pulling a flatbed for Arrow Trucking out of Tulsa, OK, I covered 125,000 miles and 46 states during my first year over the road. It was a blessing to attend many churches across the nation. Some I thoroughly enjoyed, others I found lacking. Not always was it possible to park near a church, however. … More Supplementing Church Services
Peter Parker, of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, today posted a video primer on Shortwave Radio Listening: Quick introduction to shortwave radio listening. In his video, Peter explains the basics of the shortwave bands, how radio waves get from the transmitter to the receiver, and shows a few ideas for outside antennas. Peter also demonstrates what broadcasts … More Quick [video] introduction to shortwave radio listening
. . . With Sap and Green? A Psalm (92). A Song for the Sabbath. 1 It is good to give thanks to the LORD, to sing praises to your name, O Most High; 2 to declare your steadfast love in the morning, and your faithfulness by night, 3 to the music of the lute … More Are You Filled. . .
This evening I hung a wire indoors between two windows and wrapped one end around the antenna on my amateur radio hand-held radio–the one that also receives shortwave broadcasts. I tuned around and found a lot of Spanish-language stations, a women interviewing another woman about Jazz with a Chinese element added, and then an Adventist … More Questionable Broadcast Content
When I was a kid, my family headed to Fort Leavenworth where Dad was to attend the Command and General Staff College. Crossing the desert we went many miles with nothing but static on the AM radio in the station wagon. It’s not that way anymore. Any one with XM satellite radio can listen to … More Making Waves; Warming Clouds
Church services, as well all know, have been disrupted for most of this year. While the internet certainly has offered a wonderful way for Bible teaching and preaching, it is not the only one. Additionally, watching or even listening to a church service via the internet is not available to all. Pastor James, SlimJim, wrote … More Church in the Time of Covid
For the last fifteen days, JonahzSong has looked at Psalms 120-134 collectively as the Songs of Ascent. In doing so, each has been seen from the perspective of The Temple service and Levites ascending the steps that led from the Court of the Gentiles upward toward The Temple, where Gentiles are not allowed. Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible … More Pilgrim Songs