17 Apr

I’m Back

George Costanza - I'm Back Baby

There is a lot of responsibility in running a website like this.  This website is like building a church to me.  I have yet to find a church in my town that gets things right (the dates of the holidays comes immediately to mind).  I use this website as an outlet to preach what I feel needs preaching – be it locally, nationally or globally.  But this is deep stuff.  I understand that.  I have a responsibility to deliver content above and beyond your expectations (and mine).  I take that responsibility seriously.  And so I took a break.  Quite frankly I felt I was missing crucial puzzle pieces – and I cringe at the thought of delivering disinformation.

Within the past few months I have found important puzzle pieces that I truly needed.  I have found new resources that reinforce what my intuition told me all along.  I want to take this opportunity to stress the importance of learning from defectors.  There is much to learn from a fanatic who reverses course 180 degrees.  Defectors are truth archaeologists.  They bring truth to the surface that would otherwise remain a buried truth fossil to the rest of the oblivious world.  That is a beautiful thing.

For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad. – Luke 8:17 KJV

And so I will preach this message.  Never give up on anyone.  Today’s fanatic may be tomorrow’s defector.  And with them comes new truths that would have remained hidden otherwise.  It is a lesson in forgiveness.  Jesus (Yahusha) in all his magnificent brilliance knew this …

Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?

Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.

Matthew 18:21-22 KJV

And so I pick up where we left off.  I have some new resources and some exciting new topics.  I can’t promise I will never take time off again.  I openly admit that.  I am still relatively young and I have much to learn.  This is a large responsibility.  I owe accuracy to you the reader.  Thanks for understanding!