2010-07-03 'purvey, purveyors': to furnish provisions; to furnish food, or food for thought; those who furnish provisions; distributors, dispensers (purveyors of lies or purveyors of truth)
2010-06-14. 'Keats' Law:' John Keats was an English 'romantic' poet, 1795-1821; From his ode to 'Beauty', he wrote two phrases that I call 'Keats' Law: a. A day without the sight or sound of beauty, the contemplation of mystery, or the search of truth or perfection, is a poverty-stricken day; and a succession of such days is fatal to human life.b. As soon as beauty is sought, not from religion and love, but for pleasure; it degrades the seeker.
2010-05-02. 'accepted' in the Beloved
2010-04-30. 'endorphins': any of a group of hormones with pain-killing and tranquilizing ability that are secreted by the brain. I have found that worshipping and feeling God's Presence, releases these hormones.
2010-04-30. 'opiate': something that dulls or deadens; Our lives are contaminated with opiates that dull or deaden our spiritual senses.
2010-04-24. 'insolent, insolence':1. presumptuous and insulting in manner or speech; arrogant 2. audaciously impudent; impertinent
2010-04-24. 'indolent, indolence': insensitive to pain; a mind marked by neither pain nor pleasure; laziness or inactivity rising from a love of ease or aversion to work.
2010-04-13 'surreal': having an oddly dream-like or unreal quality
2010-02-23 'osprey': The name of a bird: they keep the same mate and go back to the same nest every year; repairing and adding more stuff until it can be seen on a telephone pole or fisherman's house for a mile or more. The Lord God said He was married to the Israelites. As they went astray, He kept repairing His image through the voice of the prophets,and adding more blessings until they were the most sought-after nation on earth.2010-01-16
Perestroika: A very drastic term, originating with the restructuring of Soviet policies of the mid 1980s. It led, eventually to the end of central planning in the Russian economy. (To the 'church' it means reform, rebuilding, restructuring.)
2010-01-13 'viscose': something flowing, that has a property which resists the force tending to cause it to flow: sometimes our spirituality takes-on a viscose nature.
2010-01-01 'Perestroika': A very drastic term, originating with Mikhail Gorbachev's restructuring of Soviet policies of the mid 1980s.It brought about the end of central planning in the Russian economy. Before 'Perestroika' the government owned all businesses; whereas afterward, individuals now may own their own companies including grocery stores, etc. To the 'church' it means Extreme Reformation, Rebuilding and Restructuring.
2009-12-09 'Metzgers:' A printing company; Also, Professor Don Metzger wrote a thesis regarding the list of countries in Acts 2:9 as compared to a list of nations following the events of 70-80 A.D.
2009-11-28 bodacious': getting ready for bed I began saying this word: it means complete and unmitigated; unmistakable, remarkable, noteworthy, extreme. Bodatiously: thoroughly, unquestionably, extremely
2009-11-24 'purloin': to steal, to commit theft; this also, was one of the main reasons for the punishment of Jerusalem.
2009-11-24 'panderer': one who caters to the lower tastes and desires of others, or exploits their weaknesses. This was one of the main reasons for the punishment of Jerusalem.
2009-11-24 'pandemonium': wild uproar or noise This was the state of Jerusalem because of pandering and purloining.
2009-11-14 'ambiguous': having several possible meanings or interpretations; difficult to understand, distinguish or classify
2009-11-06. 'unequivocal': admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; clear
2009-11-01. Woke up saying There's only one thing you have to do; you have to mind.
2009-09-22. Woke up saying: I would like to make for you and your friends a most exciting dinner. Jesus wants us to be at the Marriage Supper of the Lamb.
2009-09-21 'strikers': things or individuals that strike: as a device for striking, as the clapper in a bell or the firing pin in a gun
2009-08-15 'David Ben Gurion'
2009-07-08 'mundane': belonging to the world and having no concern for the ideal or the heavenly
2009-02-28 'quagmire': a complex or precarious position, where disengagement is difficult
2009-02-26 'gregarious': Marked by an inclination to associate with others of one's kind. Marked by an instinctive or temperamental preference for a social rather than a solitary existence
2009-02-09 'anomalous': holding the position of being out of keeping with established or accepted notions of fitness or order
2008-01-15 'anomaly': something or someone out of keeping, esp. with established or accepted notions of fitness or order (began saying this word after just leaving a group of people who had put me down for old-fashioned ideas of modesty.)
2007-09-09 'esoteric': of special, rare or unusual interest; confined or limited to a small circle
decadent: something or someone exhibiting the qualities of an age that is on the decline
2007-08-20 a dream: While waking, I saw lots of people on top of South Mountain (Phoenix AZ). They were looking out on the water that had surrounded the mountain and was at least three-fourths up the mountain. It seemed there was a rock formation like the wings of a phoenix bird to the center-right of where I was, and peering between the wings you could see the city of Phoenix covered with water.
2007-07-14 a dream: I had this dream twice, waking between: There was a little farm house in a little green valley, that sat up against the side of a mountain. It, or its occupant was brought into court periodically, and each time it was favored with higher honors.
2007-07-08 'alacrity': eager willingness or readiness manifested by quick, lively action
2007-04-29 'exuberant': full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy; lavish, overflowing2007-03-09
impetuous: impulsively vehement in feeling
2007-01-27 'brackish': containing some salt, briny, distasteful, unpalatable; Some of His ways may seem brackish to us...but when we really get to know Him, we can understand why.
2006-12-18 6:00 am - 'Extrapolate': statistics to estimate or infer a value, quantity, etc. beyond the known range - on the basis of certain variables within the known range from which the estimated value is assumed to follow; to arrive at conclusions or results by hypothesizing from known facts or observations; to speculate as to consequences on the basis of known facts or observations. Other forms of the word: extrapolation (noun), extrapolative (adj.), extrapolator (noun).
2006-06-26 'altruistic, altruism': concern for the welfare of others as opposed to egoism
2006-06-26 Upon waking during the night - "all you who forget God”
2006-06-09 'paleontology': a science that deals with the chronology of the history of the earth; (and for the concerns of this book: using not fossils, - but relics such as ancient bronze plaques, etc.)
2006-06-06 'stimuli': things that incite or quicken action, feeling, thought, etc. The Lord was giving me stimuli that incited me to write a book about some things Michael had convinced me-of.
2006-05-27 Woke up saying, 'I have been experimenting with an open mind, every day.' For nearly 30 years, I had been in 'churches' that had strict rules and standards; but my children, seeing my love for truth could see through the facade of organized religion, and had gone out on their own, to find truth for themselves.One daughter had been emotionally hurt, - being dishonestly used by their leaders. Then I found in holy scripture, where the Apostle Paul said these things were an outward show, and the worship of one's own will. So I stopped fellowshipping with them.
2006-02-16 woke up saying: "The one we knew turned right; the man and his Loonan turned left.”
2004-06-26 'nomenclature': a system of names used in an art or science; all the properties that make up a person's or organization's physical or spiritual being
2004-06-24 'extrapolate': to estimate or infer a value, from known facts
2000-04-19 Woke up saying: 'Every time the tide is turned for His People, He heareth prayer.'
1999-07-27 'interferon': any of various proteins produced by virus-infected cells, that inhibit reproduction of the invading virus; and induce resistance to further infection. Our bodies can heal themselves.
1999-06-04 'juxtaposition': The act or instance of placing two or more objects in a close spacial or ideal relationship <The juxtaposition of abstract with concrete; of the homely with the far-fetched.- C.S. Lewis>
1999-03-05 Woke up saying: 'Why fool around making jellies and jams, when Kroger's can do just as good.' In other words, The Lord was saying He has more important things for me to do.
1999-01-08 A dream: in the nite - I was standing with friends and family, on the edge of a hill. We were standing abreast watching the ocean. The water was now covering land we had just come from, and it was as if God had told us we'd be safe there on the hill. As we watched, the waves began coming toward us...just small waves. They got larger, and were like the tide rolling in toward us. Finally, the waves were so tall that they began rolling over us, and we got wet; but that's all. It swept over us once or twice, & that's all I remember of the dream.
1998-01-03 The Word has become increasingly alive, and I'm noticing lots of small details I had before passed-over.
1997-07-07. 'sequestering:' being alone and secluded
1997-03-28. Woke up saying 'There are hundreds of people, waiting to be healed.'
1995-12-05 The Word of God is like a treasure buried in a field. We have to dig to find it. We cannot nonchalantly read it and be satisfied with that.
1995-09-01 woke up saying 'Florida is the most unsafe place to live.'
1995-08-29 'Sequestrian': One who is removed or withdrawn into solitude or retirement; set apart, separated.
1994-11-10 'Falling in love:' When we begin to fall in love with someone, we're eager to learn about his or her past. We want to know what makes this person tick, etc. It should be the same with knowing Jesus; His attributes are scattered throughout the Bible.
1994-11-06 'Do' - Whether we eat, drink or whatever, we should do in the name of the Lord Jesus; we should do all things without murmuring and disputing; we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus, to do good works.
1994-09-05 'Sequestrian': One who is removed or withdrawn into solitude or retirement; set apart, separated.1994-08-29 Boolean: Process of solving problems by using logic, and variables such as and, or & not.
1994-01-01 'Frontal Lobotomy': The date may not be exact, but these words ran through my mind several times during the next few years; not knowing why, until The Lord put a person in my path with a message. When he said those words, I knew it was from The Lord.
1992-12-29 'Hochiman Trail': was saying this phrase all day and began crying & praying for anyone out on a trail and in trouble.This burden lasted for about a week.
1988-11-27 'emotions': God made the human in His Image and likeness. So we know He had emotions which He controlled.
1968-07-15 'Interim society doctor '(guessing at the date): could mean a teacher (for a short time) for a group of people with certain standards: Was saying this phrase all day, so looked-up meanings for each word; was later invited, ... and taught 7th and 8th grades at an Apostolic church/school in Avenal, California.
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