warrior12

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    soccer-simply a thrilling sport . Biking, great for your health and just a wonderfull machine for an exhilarating feeling. Nature and the awe of the creator marvelous hands.

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  1. Self explanatory of this awesome King, who obeyed the Lord and did what was right. Every time i read his account i get goose bumps, because of his courage. Anyone who has had to deal with wickedness in high places would appreciate this King and hold him in high esteem. 2 Kings 23King James Version (KJV) 24 Moreover the workers with familiar spirits, and the wizards, and the images, and the idols, and all the abominations that were spied in the land of Judah and in Jerusalem, did Josiah put away, that he might perform the words of the law which were written in the book that Hilkiah the priest found in the house of the Lord. 25 And like unto him was there no king before him, that turned to theLord with all his heart, and with all his soul, and with all his might, according to all the law of Moses; neither after him arose there any like him.
  2. Welcome Anne. You will not hear a sermon from pastor Adrian Rogers and be tranquil. He captures my attention with every sermon i have listened from him. Gone, but not forgotten.
  3. Welcome here Alexis. Trials and troubles are part of your Christian walk. Let's hear something the scripture say about those who trust in the Lord. Sometimes the troubles seems endless, but, i like the Prophet JEREMIAH attitude, he pressed on and endured, though he was beaten and thrown into wells ect. Don't be shy to post and express your thoughts. Psalm 3King James Version (KJV) 2 Many there be which say of my soul, There is no help for him in God. Selah. 3 But thou, O Lord, art a shield for me; my glory, and the lifter up of mine head. 4 I cried unto the Lord with my voice, and he heard me out of his holy hill. Selah.
  4. Yes, the tortures and afflictions both in spiritual and physical realm is daunting and wearisome. Sometimes it even drive you to question your salvation as you see other brothers and sisters whom seem to be getting along just fine. I know better than that statement, as wounds and battles fought are sometimes very personal and not many choose to reveal those encounters. You can sympathize with someone who you know have been physically harmed and afflicted, as the wounds and consequences are there to be seen. But how can you sympathize with those who spiritual battles and are wounded just as much. Ah, the Christian journey is one that I think is what is laid out from the Lord and like the Prophet Jeremiah, just have to press on with knowing the promises that the Lord has give us through his word. Yes indeed, the OP scripture verse describes the believer who strive to live righteous in a world filled with antagonism, much of which is disguised, and thus have to endure what come before him ,with prayer and supplication.
  5. Well i would mention one more before i leave this thread. STEPHEN. He is not mentioned much in, but i loved his speech that he paid so dearly for his life, and the last thing he said before he died. How many of us are using our testimony in powerful ways, that we know may cost something.
  6. I replied already, but before i posted my answer, i twisted and turn to leave JOSEPH. He is indeed, an impeccable character.
  7. EXCELLENT TOPIC............... May i add... Ephesians 6:11-18
  8. Hilarious!!. I like. But you came very close to a name that is revered up here in Canada, i.e TIM HORTONS, the coffee loved by a whole lot of Canadians, including myself.
  9. British car. 1967 Morris 1100. Thought the older European folks would know this little car.
  10. My father and our family first car, also the one i learn to drive in, you know, he sit at the wheels and i would turn the wheel. Eventually i drove it for a while. Can't tell you how many body job that car got. Only the flooring would rot, but the rest no rust at all. Also was front wheel drive. This car got all six of us through elementary and college. We would all be packed in like sardines and off we go. This is not our car, but a image of it.
  11. Yes, the Valiant. The site i got it from did not say, but other similar ones mentions 61 or 62. The one he had, had push buttons, automatic i suppose, as he use to take apart the transmission and put it back together and it would work. He was a mechanic, but he used the car as a taxi occasionally.
  12. This one my neighbor had and he used to take apart the transmission and put it back together in those days.
  13. Exactly why i posted it. he haw.
  14. I think this thread should be closed and let yours ride, as this is your expertise. I know practically nothing about the car generation . Don't know how to close the thread though. Maybe Omegaman can if he is reading this, please do.