Been Seven Months Since Our Last Post

Yes, we do realize we have not posted in a while. Much has happened to take our time but we, Lord willing, will return and we intend to finish the Isaiah series. Thank you for your interest and keep the faith.

Here is a thought that might carry you through Christmas, it is the opening line of Cominus’ next book:

We think of the universe as vast and limitless – galaxy upon galaxy. Our sun is but a dot compared to the greater suns of space and our earth is but a dot compared to the sun and to the earth, man is less than a speck of dust. The Bible tells us above all this vastness is God and that He stoops down, or humbles Himself, to look at the earth and the universe. How big is God that He could be greater and bigger than this vastness? Yet He cares for the speck called man that He sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to conquer sin and death and give man forgiveness of sin and eternal life. In addition to this, the Bible tells us in the Book of Job, Satan has to travel to come before God – to meet Him at a location. Yet God listens to my thoughts and He waits to hear me speak to Him – He meets me face-to-face where I am. How humble is His love for me? But for His sustaining hand, I would be reduced to that speck of dust. Oh, how great is God and how great is His love for me.

About the author: cominus

Cominus is the pen-name for Dean Isaacson. He was chairman of the Snohomish County Republican Central Committee (Washington) 1990 to 1992. He conducted legal research for the late Supreme Court Justice William C. Goodloe for several years and led Judicial Forum for many years. Now, he is a crazy kinda guy who spends most his time doing cold calls. He plays his harmonica in the truck because people don't want to listen to him practice - but his dog, Miles (black dachshund), loves to sing along. He is passionate about being passionate because everyone is really into passionate these days but tires easily and hides behind emails. His core belief is you will choose to serve God or you will serve the state - tyrants, as William Penn called it.

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