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Everyone has a story.


When I wrote Genesage a Christian Fiction Series Novel, I presented the idea's I felt were true, but I doubted others. I thought they would accept it better if I showed HOW a truth of fact played out, then state a Theological Treatise. The Theo part I would love personally but the good was fun to do and it better revealed who many things we suppose or thing we know, might be close, but not the complete picture.

Like You. I don't know you. I know one day we will meet, but I still won't know you. It's enough for me that God knows you and if accepted you; I have to too. How I can get to know you is when you tell me about yourself and how you lived your life and deal with things as you lived them. The older you get, the easier it is to be real about your life. 

Still, I will only know as much about you as you tell me and I see how you are with me and others. As I see you in action, as I see you in play, as I see when you are stressed, as I see you in crisis, as I see you with God or in church. The more times I see you in those settings the better idea I get of who you are.

You are the main character in your own story.

Your life is played out for everyone to see and everyone is watching you as some point in time and some even want to get to know you.


Everyone has a Story.

No two stories are alike. As different as people are so too is your story. You might tell me a story about yourself or you might tell me the story you are, but everyone has a story and wether they know it or not, they are telling that story everyday they are alive.

Whats Your Story?



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The Faithfulness of God

Knowing that God is completely sovereign over all of life can only give us comfort and peace if we also understand the totality of His nature—all His attributes and how they work together to make Him who He is and what that means in practical terms. What kind of marriage or friendship would you have if you only knew one thing about the other person? If all you knew about your husband is that he is athletic, that wouldn’t make much of a marriage, would it? No, you have to also know the rest of his character traits.

If all we know about God is that He loves us and has a wonderful plan for our lives, how can we be sure His love will last unless we also know He is infinite and that His promises are irrevocable (Romans 11:29)? How can we be sure that His plan really a is wonderful unless we know of His goodness and kindness? How do we know that the plan will come to pass unless we know that He is faithful and powerful enough to bring it to pass? How do we even know our salvation is secure unless we understand His grace, His mercy and His divine will?

So the impact of divine sovereignty on our lives is determined, in part, by our understanding of God’s other attributes. One of God’s attributes, His faithfulness, has an enormous impact on how we perceive His sovereignty as it affects us. The Bible is replete with assurances of God’s faithfulness (Psalm 100:5119:90138:8Isaiah 25:12 Timothy 2:131 Corinthians 10:13Hebrews 10:23). It’s one thing to know what the Bible says about God’s faithfulness to fulfill His promises, but it’s another to act upon and live according to that knowledge.

When my husband says he’ll be home at six o’clock, I make dinner for six because I know he does what he says he will do. If he doesn’t show up at six, I don’t throw up my hands and say, “That’s it! It’s over! I can’t trust him! He doesn’t love me anymore!” And I certainly don’t come to the conclusion that he is unfaithful. I know I can trust him and I know he loves me and I know he’s faithful. There’s just something about the situation I don’t know—he had a flat, he stopped at the store, he lost his watch, whatever. But I don’t come to wrong conclusions about him, his motives, his love and care for me or his faithfulness and trustworthiness. Why? Because after 35 years of marriage, I’ve been with him long enough to really know him. I’ve seen him in action.

But when God says He works all things together for good (Romans 8:28), even cancer, unemployment, rejection and heartache, do we believe Him? When He says no trial will be beyond our ability to bear it and He will provide a way out (1 Corinthians 10:13), do we believe that? Or do we try to dig out from under it in our own strength and power? It all comes down to this—do we know Him well enough to trust Him?

Jesus told Peter in John 13:7 "What I am doing you do not understand now, but afterward you will understand." Can we have enough confidence in God to wait on Him? We can if we know Him well enough to believe He is faithful. But we can’t know Him that well in one hour a week in church or if we spend only a few minutes a day with Him, despite the claims of a recent book 7 Minutes with God: Daily Devotions for a Deeper Relationship.” Imagine telling your husband, “Honey, we have to work on deepening our relationship, so I’m going to carve out 7 minutes for you every day.” Would that lead to depth of understanding of your spouse? Of course not. How, then, can we possibly expect an intimate knowledge of God if we don’t spend time with Him—time speaking to Him in prayer and time hearing from Him through His Word?

If all you have for God is seven minutes a day, you’re going to hate it in heaven. Heaven is an eternity with God. So let’s seek to know God intimately and fully by drinking deeply of His Word and letting it fill our minds and hearts. Then the sure and certain knowledge of His sovereignty, His faithfulness and all His other attributes will bring us the peace that passes all understanding (Philippians 4:7).


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10 June 2011

Another Tack: No Jews in Judea  

Jerusalem Post - Sarah Honig - ‎59 minutes ago‎
The international community relishes reviling ultra-tolerant Israel while it ignores and even justifies crude Arab racism. Just try to imagine what would have happened had Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu stood before some Jewish forum ...

Could Assad vent his wrath on Israel?  

Jerusalem Post - Yaakov Katz - ‎31 minutes ago‎
In a word: IsraelIsrael does not share a border with Libya, but it does share one with Syria, and there are fears in the IDF that in the event of foreign military intervention there, Israel would feel the brunt of Bashar Assad's retaliation.

Real peace only possible 'if Hamas on board'  

AFP - Hazel Ward - ‎1 hour ago‎
JERUSALEM - A lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians is only possible if Hamas is involved, a group of former top statesmen and diplomats said in a letter made public on Friday.

Israel's right to exist does not mean its government can act with impunity  

The Guardian - ‎1 hour ago‎
An Israeli flag projected on the Old City walls of Jerusalem in 2008 as part of Israel's 60 anniversary celebrations. Photograph: Michal Fattal/EPA Last year the Israeli Reut Institute published a report examining what it said was the agenda for ...

Out and proud in the Holy Land  

Jerusalem Post - Yoni Cohen - ‎42 minutes ago‎
As a self-confessed modern Zionist, these words from Israel's national anthem make me happy and proud to be in Israel. I have heard the phrase many times since making aliya three years ago, as well as during my very Zionist upbringing, but when I saw ...

Egyptian gas flowing again to Israel  

CNN International - Kevin Flower - ‎2 hours ago‎
Jerusalem (CNN) -- After a weeks-long shutdown because of sabotage, Egyptian gas began flowing again to Israel on Friday. "The commercial supply of gas began today after two days of testing" said Zeev Feiner, a spokesman for the ...

Obama's Betrayal of Israel  

The New American - Chip Wood - ‎53 minutes ago‎
When a woman showed up at the Soroka Medical Center in Beer Sheva, Israel, she had burns covering more than 45 percent of her body.
Video: Neish going back to Gaza /A\ News Vancouver Island

Israel rocket victims fail in bid to sue Al Jazeera 

Reuters - Basil KatzDavid Lawder - ‎21 hours ago‎
NEW YORK, June 9 (Reuters) - Victims of 2006 rocket strikes on Israel cannot sue Al Jazeera on grounds the broadcaster intentionally helped Hezbollah attack civilians by reporting the sites of explosions, a US judge ruled this week.

Kaye: Prosperous Palestinian state is best for Israel 

Milford Daily News - ‎3 hours ago‎
By Anonymous The survival of Israel depends on a strong economic Palestinian state. A strong economy for the people of Palestine provides domestic stability and buffer zone for Israel on its western and southern borders. My friends and I were talking ...

Israel Advocacy Group Outlines Objectives 

Jewish Exponent - Bryan Schwartzman - ‎14 hours ago‎
The first meeting of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Israel Action Coalition passed without a hitch, bringing together activists from across the political spectrum.
'The right thing to do' Jerusalem Post

Agudath Israel laurels for 8 doctors - ‎3 hours ago‎
By Staten Island Advance STATEN ISLAND, NY -- Agudath Israel of Staten Island Synagogue will be honoring eight local doctors at its 15th annual dinner on Sunday at Young Israel of Staten Island in Willowbrook. The guest speaker will be Rabbi Zvi Ralbag ...

Must Christians support Israel in its political and religious agenda? 

Washington Times - Donald L. Brake, Sr - ‎10 hours ago‎
Nearly all Christians revere the Old Testament and are distraught when Israel is not supported by our government or even other Christians.
Bible study made fun Jerusalem Post

The Jews of Israel will not be driven into the sea - ‎8 hours ago‎
"Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood sheikh to run for president of Egypt; promises to implement Sharia and cancel peace treaty with Israel." And just today, "Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood recognized as legitimate political party." Walid Phares put it best when he ...

The Canadian Left Backs Upcoming Gaza Flotilla 

FrontPage Magazine - Matt Gurney - ‎10 hours ago‎
It was just over a year ago that Israeli commandos went aboard seven ships that had set sail from Turkey, intent on challenging Israel's arms embargo on Hamas-controlled Gaza. Six of those ships were seized with little trouble. But on the seventh, ...

Iran Urges Verification of Israel's Military N. Program 

Fars News Agency - ‎6 hours ago‎
2- A sovereign Member State of the IAEA has been attacked by Zionist regime of Israel, having the dark record of violation of all international laws.

Ketura solar power installation, Israel's first, begins capturing clean energy 

Ha'aretz - David Sheen - ‎15 hours ago‎
A group of Anglos are largely responsible for Israel's first major solar power field, which was inaugurated earlier this week to much fanfare.
Harness the sun Jerusalem Post

AIPAC Notebook 

Jewish Times of Southern New Jersey - Shy Kramer - ‎1 hour ago‎
The sense of esprit-de-corps is very uplifting - and the main speakers are persuasive in their plea for Israel. The same effect was apparent this year - except that I was especially impressed with the demography of the overall attendance.

Research and Markets: Israel Life Sciences Market Analysis - 2011 Report on ...

Business Wire (press release) - ‎4 hours ago‎
The field of life sciences has stipulated itself as one of the major businesses in Israel. The Israeli Life Sciences Industry boasts of over 700 companies with 40 companies being formed every year on an average.

Netanyahu: Israel should be a global cyber-power 

Jerusalem Post - Yaakov Lappin - ‎22 hours ago‎
Israel should be a global cyber-power, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Thursday during a conference on cyber warfare at Tel Aviv University.

Too Much to Ask? 

Arutz Sheva - Gerald A. Honigman - ‎3 hours ago‎
Nowadays, the latter--fought over the very survival of the Jewish State--is mentioned only in speaking of territories Israel came to hold afterwards. Rarely is any context provided...As a result, people are often left believing that Israel simply ...


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