My friend Tobias Gibson, Knife Chats with Tobias on YouTube , has been producing some really good knife pattern videos including some history on the patterns that have evolved over time. I still collect a few of these traditional knives every year and I know many people who do. Enjoy!
Trust in the LORD Jesus-Yeshua with all thine HEART and SOUL!!
( Psalms 78:35 KJV ) “And they remembered that GOD was their Rock, and the High GOD their Redeemer.”!!
( Psalms 89:26 KJV ) “He shall cry unto me, Thou art my FATHER, my GOD, and the Rock of my Salvation.”!!
( II Samuel 22:47 KJV ) “The LORD liveth; and Blessed Be my Rock; and Exalted be the GOD of the Rock of my Salvation.”!!
( Galatians 4:6 KJV ) “And because ye are sons, GOD hath sent forth the Spirit of HIS SON into your Hearts, crying, ABBA, FATHER.”!!
( John 7: 38 KJV ) “He that Believeth on ME, as the Scripture hath Said, out of his ( or anyone ) belly shall Flow Rivers of Living Water.”!!
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And God created… every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good. (Genesis 1:21)
I am thankful I have found a promise from the God of all grace that deals with the “long term” and the eternal. I belong to a body of plain people who believe the truth revealed in the Bible. These are the people who believe that God in the beginning made the heavens and the earth and all things that are therein.
Yes, these plain believing people will tell you that God created the flowers to be beautiful and the birds to sing, so that men and women could enjoy them. We believe that God made the birds to warble and harmonize as though they were tuned to a harp.
But the scientist disagrees, saying, “It is simply biological. The bird sings only to attract a mate.”
Actually, the God who made…
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One of my favorite hymns is “Trust and Obey” because it sums up God’s purpose for our lives. When we practice these two commands, a beautiful cycle begins. Trusting the Lord makes obedience easier, and obedience produces ever-increasing trust. Can you recall facing a challenge that was difficult or perplexing? If so, you know how important these two commands are.
When the Lord calls you to a task that seems unreasonable, you have two options. You can obey Him even though you don’t understand what will happen, or you can become fearful and attempt to find a way out. Joshua chose the first option. Because he trusted the Lord, he disregarded all his military experience and adopted God’s bizarre battle plan. Over the years, he had learned that the Lord is perfectly trustworthy.
The way we respond to God’s challenging assignments reveals what we believe about Him. We…
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The Assigning of the Call
We take our own spiritual consecration and try to make it into a call of God, but when we get right with Him He brushes all this aside. Then He gives us a tremendous, riveting pain to fasten our attention on something that we never even dreamed could be His call for us. And for one radiant, flashing moment we see His purpose, and we say, “Here am I! Send me” (Isaiah 6:8).
This call has nothing to do with personal sanctification, but with being made broken bread and poured-out wine. Yet God can never make us into wine if we object to the fingers He chooses to use to crush…
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