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    • #75229
      tenderreed
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      Hear our cry Lord as we ask to be ushered into Your presence and waiting arms!

      Let loves perfect work be done!  Let the Bridegroom and the Bride know one another more completely!

      Rejoice in the remnant Oh Lord, and let the remnant rejoice in You!

      Come quickly, as You have promised!

      TR

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    • #75235
      tenderreed
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      1. June 25th seems to be the next “high” watch date!

      Glorious news for the true believers, and a divine indictment against an unbelieving world!

      TR

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      • #75237
        Geri9
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        Yep, if not today … then perhaps by this Friday, the 25th :popcorn

        One of the writers at 5 Doves said …

        ”Jesus will come and Rapture us at an ‘appointed’ time.  He also talks about the three appointed feasts where all men are to appear before the Lord – on Feast of Unleavened Bread (Passover), Feast of Weeks (Shavuot), and Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot).   Deuteronomy 16:16

        In his in depth study on this topic – the day of the Rapture is Shavuot – the Feast of Weeks – the 15th day of the third Hebrew month on the full moon – our June 25. This full moon is called the strawberry moon.  He believes this is the day of the Rapture.  It is also Ascension Day that is written about in Acts 1.  Then some 50 days later is the Festival of the New Wine (remember the Essenes) which is the true Pentecost.  

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      • #75265
        Joe
        Participant

        Geri, do you have a link for the article you mention? There are some interesting teachings coming out about 6/25.

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      • #75270
        Geri9
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        I found the info in the 5 Doves that BGKimbr posted this morning.

        By Chance and the letter is called “Possible Rapture Dates”  I just noticed he was quoting Barry Awe’s theory.

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    • #75238
      Geri9
      Participant

      Hmmm since it will be a ‘strawberry’ moon that night … perhaps we will be served Strawberry short cake or Strawberry pie on our flight travel? :whistle:

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      • #75252
        Tammie
        Participant

        Geri,  How did you know that strawberries are my all time favorite fruit? :yes: I will take one of each please ;-)  that with a cup of Joe will go a long way! B-) :heart:

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    • #75242
      Susan
      Participant

      Oh Father in Your infinite Mercy, hear our   pleas for You to send Your Son to fetch us out of this wicked world. :prayer-hands:

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    • #75268
      Arthur
      Participant

      I just started harvesting my strawberries. They are so tenacious that they trailed out of the pot, rooted in the cracks of my concrete patio, flowered and have born fruit. My kind of plant. ;-)

      Can’t wait to partake of the sweet, sweet strawberries in the Millennium and in Eternity. :good:

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      • #75271
        Geri9
        Participant

        You’re so fortunate to have fresh strawberries at your finger tips.  Do the same plants grow back each year or die in the winter?

        I can kick myself for not buying a strawberry plant earlier this spring because the price of strawberries is untouchable … so expensive  $5.00 for a small package.

        I did find a wild strawberry plant in the woods and transplanted it in my garden because I liked the daisy white flowers.  I keep feeding it miracle grow and it now has 8 berries growing on it about the size of dimes.  I’m curious to see how the wild berries taste vs. the store kind …

        Same here … looking forward to all the delicious fruits and “most” veggies in the next life.   Meanwhile the watermelon (2 so far) continues to be tasteless. :negative:   Never had this problem when growing up … all the summer fruit seemed to be always good … I really miss those days.

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    • #75275
      Arthur
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      It is very mild here in the winter (usually no lower than 28F) so the strawberries thrive here. They overwinter just fine.

      I remember picking wild strawberries when I lived in the far north as a child. (61 degrees N) Those were the sweetest strawberries I remember. They were very small but tasted amazing.

      On a side note, the jackfruit have been amazing this year. Tastes just like Juicy Fruit bubble gum. ;-)

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      • #75287
        Geri9
        Participant

        I went outside to check on my wild  strawberries and they are all gone! :-( Some rodent or bird … enjoyed an early morning snack because they were still there at midnight when I put out the trash.  Oh … well … at least I can say  I enjoyed the pretty flowers.   I reckon I will have to wait for the millennium kingdom to experience the taste of wild berries.  B-)

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      • #75321
        Geri9
        Participant

        Update … I found the culprit who ate my wild strawberries.  A big size rat in my flower garden!  So I made use of that nasty Cherry Vanilla Coke soda by placing some in a disposable cup and he drank it all … so he will be a goner very soon since I read they can’t burp and pass the fizzy gas. :whistle:

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      • #75336
        Tammie
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        Neither can seagulls! Never throw Aka-seltzer in the air on the beach. The sea-gulls will eat them and then they will die for the same reason the rat will. I hate rats, so I’m ok with this form of death, arsenic also works, just make sure you don’t have little kids or your pets around. :calvin

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      • #75342
        Geri9
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        I wouldn’t know where to find arsenic … and I would be afraid to use that because of my dog.  I get nervous when using the Miracle Gro flower fertilizer (blue powder) … I’m careful not to spill  the liquid out of the watering can … plus he actually LOVES to smell the flowers :wacko:   So I’m extra careful not to bring him near the plants I just fertilized.

        I just learned baking soda will do the trick as well to kill the rodents.  So I sprinkled some in that same disposable cup and left it outside.

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      • #75347
        Tammie
        Participant

        Most real hardware stores carry arsenic — but it is pretty lethal—- it’s actually a harsh blood thinner (anticoagulant) and will cause them to bleed out, not really a pretty sight, but then an exploding rat might be worse :calvin

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    • #75291
      Trust His Timing
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      Geri9,  you would need quite a few more than one plant to get a decent feast of strawberries. We live in Ontario, Canada, about an  hour from Toronto, on a beef and pork farm also cropping about 1,000 acres. Back when our 4 sons were at home, I had an enormous garden to feed all those enormous hollow legs and it included of course a long row of strawberries. Ontario strawberries, (maybe because we are north of the States) though smaller than those of the States, are so much sweeter to those coming to us from the States. To be fair…..likely when you get them in the States locally and fresh without the travel time, they are better than what we get from the States in our stores. Since the boys are grown, I’ve given up that enormous garden and now just go, like everyone else, to the the ‘pick your own’ farms in the neighborhood but still make those mazing pies with the glaze and fresh berries.

      I often wonder while enjoying the wonderful summertime fruits, how can God improve on these delectable fruits in our heavenly home? Colors and music are supposedly more intense and brilliant than here….Maybe there will be some of the same fruits we enjoy here….hope at least there are strawberries and raspberries (also had a long patch of those back in the early days). Looking forward to having a younger body so that in the picking of them I don’t end up with that aching back. Maybe we won’t even have to bend down to pick them!

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    • #75292
      Trust His Timing
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      oh….and about overwintering….cover them with straw in the fall and in the spring, gently push the straw aside from the new growth and the straw (that’s why they’re called strawberries!) helps to retain the moisture, keep the weeds down like mulch does in your flower bed, and the strawberries will not be covered in dirt!

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    • #75324
      tenderreed
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      Geri9, I’m just glad it was a rat and not Arthur!

      TR

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    • #75330
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Besides my guess is that Arthur knows how to burp!

      I however am not able to burp on command!

      TR

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      • #75337
        Tammie
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        TR – it is a learned art :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr: Practice makes burpfeck :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr:

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    • #75352
      Arthur
      Participant

      I can burp with the best of them if given a carbonated drink.

      As the old saying goes, “That was well brought up. Why weren’t you?”

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    • #75354
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Lol!

      TR

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    • #75359
      churchgal
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      Well you know the old saying….”better out the attic than the basement”… :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr:

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      • #75369
        Tammie
        Participant

        Ah yes, scientifically speaking, what goes in, will come out!!! :mdrmdr: :calvin

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    • #75360
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Indeed better a balcony seat than my seat in the dump!

      TR

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    • #75361
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Again Father God, hearken to our hearts cry and bring us into your presence so sublime!

      Let the harvest of our souls sing lest we die on the vine!  Teach us a new song though aged like wine!

      Let eternity begin that you may shame time!

      TR

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    • #75381
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Indeed with every days passing day we are all the more closer!  And all the more anxious to be with Him!

      Some are brought to tears by the nearness of His return, while the many are ambivilant!

      Yet all are sealed until the day of redemption!

      But untold glories await us all!  Let us see Your glory Father, Son and Holy Spirit!

      Even so Lord come quickly and soon!  Let the mockers be forever silenced!  Let the Bride forever be exalted!  Let unbelievers stand in awe by our absence!

      TR

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    • #75384
      Geri9
      Participant

      :amen:

      It will be one beautimous, fabulous, glorious, victorious day for the believer!

      Oh … Happy Day! :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo:

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    • #75385
      tenderreed
      Participant

      A day that will define and expose eternity! And no matter the words that are penned, none can capture it’s glory!

      TR

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    • #76038
      Geri9
      Participant

      Well … Dr. Pepper was on sale so I bought it :yes:   It’s been a while since I had this soft drink.  I was reminded of the old catchy commercial … “Dr. Pepper so misunderstood!”   :whistle:    Remember this blast from the past?

       

      – Fair Use –

      I was curious of the history of this carbonated soft drink so I googled it.  The creator was Charles Alderton, American Pharmacist in Waco, TX.  He had a pharmacy drug store along with the soda fountain.  Apparently people were tired of sarsaparilla (lemon and vanilla flavor sodas) … so he invented this soft drink … introduction was in 1885 preceded Coca-Cola by 1 year.  And in 1904 … 20 million people in attendance of the World’s Fair Exposition in St. Louis, MO got a chance to sample the new carbonated drink.

      Also read Charles Alderton was a mason … are we surprised?   He joined the Waco Masonic Lodge No. 92 in June 25, 1908 and then was elected “Master” in June 1911.  Sad … how most of these inventors/rich people want to be part of that dark dark club.

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