Your Sunday Bread: There is No More Sacrifice

james4-13-1680x1050Heb 10:26 For if we sin purposely after we have received the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a slaughter offering for sins

David knew he must go to the Most High with his sin, because as he described his bones waxed old. When someone uses this term waxed old it means that he was weighted down and worn out. Hence, this is the feeling one gets when a burdenous guilt is about us.

How is it then if we are feeling downcast in our spirit, bowed over and overflowing with ‘our’ sin that we think we can lay our hands on someone else without confessing that?

Some of you experienced that today at the alter. Tsk, Tsk. Shameful that we take the Most High for a fool.

David said, “Because I kept silence, my bones waxed old, from my crying all the day. For day and night thy hand was heavy upon me: [Therefore] I became thoroughly miserable while a thorn was fastened in me. [Therefore] I acknowledged my sin, and hid not mine iniquity: I said, I will confess mine iniquity to the Lord against myself; and thou forgavest the ungodliness of my heart. (Psalm 32:2-8). [Emphasis Added].

And further he adds, “Therefore shall every holy one pray to thee in a fit time: only in the deluge of many waters they shall not come nigh to him. (v.6).

Ask: what is a fit time? In the translation the phrase is in a time when he may be found, however what is a fit time?

When something fits it is appropriate, that is, if I am bound by sin then the appropriation would be to come to the Most High ready to admit my guilt, not coming as if I haven’t did nothing. This thing is a suitable, appropriate time even David knew that and he was living according to Torah when there was still a sacrifice. Can anyone hear that?. Then how is it that someone is thinking with their soiled mind that we can do any old thing and then come to the Most High to pray without confession….literally unclean–its impossible.

There is no more sacrifice we must confess it.

This is a great truth.

Your Sunday Bread: Why do People Dress Up on Pay Day?

1468515_10152111525343352_1742747995_nTrue. It is insecurity that causes this phenomena, that is, the thinking of not having enough so that we try to ‘think’ to mirror those we think are better than ourselves.

So then, if money is how people supposedly ‘think’ to live better, then,  in a person insecure they believe that putting on clothes and showing off, living flamboyantly makes them like those they covet most. If I am making money in this covetous mind then I spend it all on what I covet to look like those I covet. Except for the case that those I covet are thrifty in their thinking, that is, they do not covet that they already possess and as such have no need to spend all looking any kinda way but themselves.

I said, that today as Lynn and I went to do business for our new [needed home] when I saw him dressing up. I had already been meditating on this truth, that is, taking off the pretence. Hence, concerning this house Yahuah said to me he was giving me something to proposition with. Hence, if Yahuah be fore us then who can be against us. It is the case, that I wore tennis shoes and Lynn was dressed up and I had a problem with that, because this is a come as you are type thing. Accept or reject moment and I know that all things work [out] for the good of them who love Yahuah who are the called according to His purpose. Therefore, it doesn’t have anything to do with what I look like, but who I belong to. Subsequently, no make up and dressed down and richer and more wiser in my stance than those who put on a show.

Somebody ought to know that Yahuah runs the show.

In essence, it is the will of Yahuah that we prosper not what we wear. It is how we think.

Today: Restoring the years that the locust ate up.

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911 dispatcher: Clever ‘pizza order’ may have saved woman’s life

Kay Dailey:

User Crux1836 wrote that he first thought the 911 call he received from a woman saying she wanted to order a pizza was prank, but quickly realized it was a clever call for help from a domestic violence victim.

Originally posted on FOX31 Denver:

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PORTLAND, Ore. — A former police dispatcher, Keith Weisinger, revealed one of the most powerful and clever 911 calls he ever received — and that tale is now going viral on Reddit.

It was part of an AskReddit thread titled, “911 operators, what is the 1 call that could never forget?”

User Crux1836 wrote that he first thought the 911 call he received from a woman saying she wanted to order a pizza was prank, but quickly realized it was a clever call for help from a domestic violence victim.

Weisinger, who worked from 2004-2006 as dispatcher before going to law school, provided this transcript of the relatively short exchange:

Dispatcher: 911, where is your emergency?

Caller: 123 Main St.

Dispatcher: Ok, what’s going on there?

Caller: I’d like to order a pizza for delivery. (oh great, another prank call).

Dispatcher: Ma’am, you’ve reached 911

Caller: Yeah, I know…

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App designed to help prevent suicide

Kay Dailey:

“‘I don’t think I can go on’ or ‘no one really cares,’ those are the kind of phrases that pop out,” said Curry. “I would say those are good clues.”

Originally posted on FOX31 Denver:

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DENVER — Before opening fire at his Washington state high school — shooting five classmates and then killing himself — Jaylen Fryberg sent out a series of cryptic Tweets.

The 15 year old posted: “May as well die now” and “I know it seems like I’m sweating it off — but I’m not, and I’ll never be able to.”

“That’s certainly a red flag,” said Dr. Larry Curry, a Denver family therapist, adding that teens often turn to social media, posting similar messages in a cry for help.

“‘I don’t think I can go on’ or ‘no one really cares,’ those are the kind of phrases that pop out,” said Curry. “I would say those are good clues.”

Now those telling clues on Twitter can be tracked with a new web-based app, Samaritan’s Radar.

The free app uses algorithms to track language used by people you…

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New Denver medical examiner opens up morgue for public to view

Kay Dailey:

“With some 600,000 people in Denver, we stay busy, doing probably three to six examinations and autopsies a day,” said new Chief Medical Examiner James Caruso. “Our job is to investigate every natural, suicide, homicide and accidental death in the city and county.”

Originally posted on FOX31 Denver:

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DENVER — Ironically, the medical examiner in Denver opens up the morgue every Halloween allowing the public to see exactly how the work is done by his staff.

“With some 600,000 people in Denver, we stay busy, doing probably three to six examinations and autopsies a day,” said new Chief Medical Examiner James Caruso. “Our job is to investigate every natural, suicide, homicide and accidental death in the city and county.”

Most on the tour get to see the 150-year-old remains of ‘Botanic Garden Boy’ who was unearthed by work crews expanding the Gardens several years ago.

Yet while the tour has plenty of history to show off, you also get a clear message that this is a working lab in need of upgrading.

Caruso said the office is currently reformatting a new location at 5th Avenue and Bannock to keep up with 21st century…

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Arapahoe H.S. security guard says officials ignored warning signs before shooting

Kay Dailey:

That guard says she dropped everything when she heard the first gunshots Karl Pierson fired inside the school December 13, 2013.

Originally posted on FOX31 Denver:

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DENVER — Almost one year after tragedy strikes Arapahoe High School in Littleton there are new accusations against the school and district administration. A school security guard breaks her silence to protect her students.

That guard says she dropped everything when she heard the first gunshots Karl Pierson fired inside the school December 13, 2013.

Pierson’s deadly attack took just minutes. He shot and killed fellow classmate Claire Davis. He then committed suicide.

But the guard says the school could’ve prevented Claire Davis’ death if administrators listened to the threats Pierson made for months prior to the shooting.

Christina Kolk is a mother and has worked as a security guard at Arapahoe High School for eight years.

She says since the shooting, the school used their motto “Warriors always take care of one another” to scare students, parents and employees from asking tough questions and holding school…

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Did the Most High Create Evil?

Kay Dailey:

The devil does create evil situations through people, but in and of himself cannot create evil.

Originally posted on daileytalks:

Hurricane-katrina-lootingHere are some terms which without doubt are causing confusion concerning Isaiah 45:7 which reads, “Forming light and creating darkness, making peace and creating evil. I, יהוה, do all these.’ [Read the entire text to understand better].

For this analysis we are concentrating on Yah saying through the prophet Isaiah that he creates evil, because it is here that people are being confused and yelling that Yahuah doesn’t create evil the devil does. Well, true, the devil does create evil situations through people, but in and of himself cannot create evil. Hence, if Yahuah created Satan and Satan is evil then Yahuah created evil. Does that make sense?

See then, that Yahuah created man in his image, right? However, because of sin man is made evil then if Yahuah created man, and sin is evil, then, Yahuah created evil also, because if that were not the case then there would…

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