Book: Disciple

byHugh onDecember 26, 2012

From the book I’m currently reading – Disciple, by R.C. Sandifer:

Search out the truth … do not allow yourself to be fooled by the traditions of men.

Search out the origin of the holidays (Jer.10) vs. the Feasts of Yahveh (Lev.23). Search out the “easy grace” which makes you comfortable in your sin. Search out all the commandments as well as the 4th commandment.

Why does the church of today want a place that makes people feel good with lots of activities? Question your walk … it is a lot more narrow than what you have been told. Compare your walk with those who willingly gave their lives for Truth!

I pray those reading this will consider their own searches – you may be surprised at what you find.

The Lord’s Day

byHugh onDecember 21, 2012

My awesome grandmother wrote a book in the form of scriptures-pieced-together-to-tell-a-story.

From the Prologue:

The Lord's DayThe great, awesome Day of the Lord is written in the scriptures, from the prophets of old to Revelation. It is sometimes referred to as “that day”.

The cover of this booklet is a photo of a 24” x 30” painting in oil on canvas, meant to represent the glory and wonders of the Lord’s Day. The earth is light and the sun is darkened, the moon is red and the background is called “stardust” because the stars will no longer give light.

It is hoped that we can keep our eye and hearts on the beautiful wonders of the Day of the Lord after all the “bad” things have happened. The wars and tribulations and persecution only make us know that Day is coming.

The following pages quote the scriptures from the King James. It is suggested the reader compare other translations to get a more complete picture of the Lord’s Day. The account of the Lord’s Day is written in the scriptures other than the ones quoted here; but I hope this is an overall view of this wondrous event.

Read on and be filled with wonder and joy!

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First Time Ever

byHugh onDecember 15, 2012


Today, at the very young age of 40 years, I have completed what I would argue as being my greatest accomplishment: my first pass straight through the entire scriptures (NIV version of the bible). Until sometime late last year, it finally occurred to me that I’d never actually done that before.

That, of course, is not the end of it – I have not “arrived”. In addition to continued study, my next pass will be the reading of The Scriptures version of the bible.

Much has been learned, much is still to be learned.


Bible Quiz: How Long Was Noah On the Ark?

byHugh onDecember 13, 2012

In somewhat the same vain as the first Bible Quiz question, this one also deals with Noah.

How long was Noah on the ark?

Most people I’ve ever asked this question to quickly say that it was (more…)

Bible Quiz: How Many Sheep Were On the Ark?

byHugh onDecember 11, 2012

This is the first article in what will be an ongoing series that will test how well you know the scriptures.

How many sheep were on the ark?

The vast majority of Earthens will say that there were only 2 – and with all the pictures you’ve ever seen, I suppose you can’t blame them. But what does the bible say? I’ll give you a hint, it’s more than 10.

If you’re not familiar with where that section is in the bible, start reading in (more…)

10 Day Cleanse

byHugh onDecember 10, 2012

PDF download links are available towards bottom of article.

Eat nothing but pieces of fruit in the morning and raw veggies (salads), pulses, nuts and legumes for the rest of the day. Small meals, six times a day. No meat, no dairy, no sugar, no grains, no coffee, no tea. Do it for ten days.

That’s the short of it. But the panic clouding your features at this moment at the thought of ‘no this’ and ‘no that’ from the above paragraph can soon be displaced with the knowledge of why this cleanse works as good as it does. That is if you can muster the courage to read on.

Embodied in the Principles of Longevity is the Science of Natural Hygiene, revolving around the following topics:

  • Understanding The Body’s Natural Digestive Cycles
  • Correct Consumption of Fruit
  • The Concept of High Water-Content Food
  • Correct Food Combining
  • Detoxification

The body’s natural digestive cycles consist of three eight-hour cycles every twenty-four hours:

  • Noon – 8pm Appropriation of food (eating and digestion)
  • 8pm – 4am Assimilation of food (absorption and use)
  • 4am – Noon Elimination (excretion of waste products)

The body prefers the Appropriation Cycle to happen on time, beginning at noon. Our body craves nourishment during Appropriation and lets us know if we are remiss in supplying the necessary fodder. The most important rule during Appropriation is to eat only when your body is hungry.


Who Am I?

byHugh onDecember 1, 2012

I don’t care if you are sick or healthy. I don’t plan for the future. I don’t think and I don’t judge. I don’t care if you are hurting or if you are happy. All I do is respond to survive. I make thousands of perfect survival responses every instant of your life. You may like the results of these responses and call it ‘health’. Or you may not like the results and call it ‘ill-health’. I don’t care whether you like the responses or not. Survival of this instant is my only goal. Not survival later today, or next week, or next year. Survival now. I was designed to survive. I wasn’t designed to be sick or well. I will be the accumulation of stresses that have been imposed upon me.

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