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    Waiting patiently (ahem) for grandchildren...
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  1. HappyChristian,

    Due to the problem with the emoticons, avatars, and material inserted in to the thread, the charts on the Clarence Larkin thread are not loading up. I found out that if I delete the affected material that I can re-upload the material and all is fine afterwards.

    The Clarence Larkin thread is currently locked. Can you please unlock it, for a short period of time, in order for me to re-upload the charts?

    I appreciate your help on this matter.



  2. We had taco salad for supper tonight. It was very tasty.
  3. Roast beef hash. Tasty! (And tomorrow, we pick up our pig...CANNOT WAIT! =D )
  4. Many thanks to those who prayed. We came through the storm warning quite well. In fact, there was very little abnormal wind here (it's always windy this time of year - can't be much else this close to the ocean). It has been raining for a few days, and is supposed to continue raining for another few days. But that is basically normal this time of year (we live on what is basically a prairie so other than this time of year we don't get a whole lot of rain). Things elsewhere also were not as bad as predicated. Oregon did get two tornadoes and a good bit of damage was done. But the damage that could have been done did not happen. Praise the Lord for His watchcare!
  5. Literally LOL'd on this! =D
  6. LOL is often used to show that I'm joking, as NN said. Usually when I do actually laugh out loud, I say that I'm literally LOLing. When I say I'm ROFL, obviously at 56 years old I'm not literally rolling on the floor. I am, however, laughing more than just out loud. I also use "heh" when I'm joking or when I'm just chuckling a bit.
  7. Thanks, Well. We appreciate it. And I know all Washingtonians do (even if they wouldn't admit it). Yes, we will trust the Lord. Thankfully we can do so implicitly! Rosie - thanks for the prayers.
  8. The northwest coast is being hit by storms from Typhoon Songda. We've had rain and some wind the last couple of days, while other places in WA have had power outages, etc. The bad stuff is supposed to hit tomorrow (Saturday) about noon and continue til early Sunday morning. High winds, with possible hurricane strength winds. There are currently over 50,000 without power. We will likely lose ours tomorrow (we lose it several times from Oct-Feb due to the normal winds during that time of year). Tornadoes hit northern Oregon. There's a possibility of some really, really major damage. Edited to add: we just got word that the Hood Canal Bridge is closed until winds are gone. We have to cross that bridge to go to church...
  9. The emoticons aren't working for me, so consider me ROFL. =D
  10. I considered the originator of the thread...=D
  11. Very nice! We have this book as well as the others Brother Markle has written. The marriage book is on our bookshelf, but the others are still packed...I can't remember which box I put them in. I highly recommend them (when I can find them, I plan to do a review in the book section). The two main reasons I enjoy his books: they are steeped in scripture, and they are written in a scholarly way that is not hard to read (you know, like books written by "academics"). I appreciate the author's desire to glorify the Lord, which comes through very clearly in the books.
  12. I'm voting for neither. We will be writing in Evan McMullin. And I'm really glad those Liberty students took the stand they did. It is incomprehensible to me that a so-called Christian leader would declare on national tv that he would still vote for DT even had he committed (which he has - he's just never been charged) sexual assault.
  13. Bwhahahaha! Some of the recent Nobel prizes have cheapened them greatly!
  14. No problem, Uke. It was worded weirdly. I think one of the reasons, as well, that some consider Samuel to be a Nazarite from the womb is that his mother didn't drink wine. So, kind of same/same as John the Baptist (other than the priestly duties).
  15. I think you might have misread me...I said there was no documentation biblically that John the Baptist and Samuel were Nazarites as in Samson's case. IOW, there is documentation of Samson being a Nazarite, but not the others.