As for your last response to me, great; glad we have achieved a measure of harmony.And many thanks for your compliment! Figured that, what with Luke 21:36 being my favorite verse (as well as my hope during what's coming), I'd use it as my presentation card of sorts.In fact, a few years ago, I penned the following little poem which I think reflects the import of these times:It is late in the evenof the long, lingering day.Eerie shadows lengthen -opportunity fades away...Twilight softly enters,and the dark, dread Night,soon falls on watchersand watched alike.Blessings.
Ah, Julius, you made my day! Many thanks, and now I've really gotta run. Already closed the office and it's off to hit the evening traffic. I haven't got the Internet at home (and that's exactly how I like it!) so I leave you with my best wishes until we meet online again.
There is evil power behind all these. The devil is seriously working. Proverbs13v24. We Christians we need to be awake.