Daniel Webster Speaks About The Bible

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2017 10 15 danielwebsterspeaksaboutthebible

Daniel Webster went on to say,”If we abide by the principles taught in the Bible, our country will go on prospering and to prosper; but if we and our posterity neglect its instructions and authority, no man can tell how sudden a catastrophe may overwhelm us and bury all our glory in profound obscurity.”

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Chapter One of GlymyreScape Player’s Manuel Done

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2017 10 11 glymyrescapesession

Yes, it’s done but it was a short chapter anyway. About the only thing I addressed was what tabletop role playing really is. As far as the object of such games is concerned, I covered that in the forward of the book. Some would think that the purpose is to have the most powerful character, or get the most treasure, or gather the most xp (experience points). In my humble opinion, the real object is none of those. Even though survival is important in these games, that doesn’t guarantee winning either. When you can tell great war stories of the games your character has been in, and recite tales of inspiration as well as amazing twists that player action has produced; that is when you know you’ve won the game.

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“Don’t Be A Hypocrite” by “The Daily Encouraging Word”

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From The Encouraging Word Ministries

From The Daily Encouraging Word

“All their works they do to be seen by men.” Mt 23:5 NKJV Here’s a working definition of the word hypocrisy: “to be seen by men.” Jesus had a no-tolerance policy when it came to hypocrisy. Why? Because He knew it turns people against God. Instead, He taught: (1) Expect no credit for your good deeds. None. If no one notices, you aren’t disappointed. If someone does, you give the credit to God. Stop and ask yourself this question: “If no one knew of the good I do, would I still do it?” If not, you’re doing it “to be seen” by people. (2) Give your financial gifts in secret. Money stirs the phony within us. We like to be seen earning it. And we like to be seen giving it. So Jesus said, “When you give to someone in need, don’t let your left…

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