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Issue No: 267     Published: 04 Dec 2006

FROM MODEM TO BROADBAND

One of the most practical noticable differences between Africa and the UK has been the speed of the internet connections! Some of the 'challenges' I had to go through in Africa to get PGIM articles into the newsletter were considerable! Two and a half years ago I thought connection speeds had improved considerably, but this apparent improvement appeared to have been reversed this time!

This morning, as I pondered this, the thought occured to me that our relationship with God is very similar to the internet.

Most people are connected by modem. With a modem we have to dial up the connection each time we want to use the Net. Similarly with God, most Christians dial up 'God's Prayer Hotline' when they are in need of His assistance. The line, of course, is particularly busy on Sundays, when more people are in 'spiritual mode'. Maybe God should put a surcharge on Sunday calls! Perhaps your church already does! Joking aside, most of us seek God primarily during our quiet times or when we have a problem too big for us to solve on our own. Typical of modem connection.

However, God heavily promotes His upgraded, permanently connected, premium, 'Righteous Kingdom Broadband Service' in His service manual, the Bible.

But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. (Matthew 6:33)

For there is a small group of His disciples who take Him seriously enough to remain in constant communication with Him, to put Him first, in all that they think and do. Those who stay connected to 'GodNet' 24/7. Of course, we all switch off 'God's Life' computer from time to time to go our own way but the Good news is, we have a reconnection feature available called 'The Cross' available, which immediately restores our connection.

Today, if you would like to upgrade your connection from modem to broadband, you don't have to wait 2 months or more, as people trying to connect with Sky TV Broadband here in the UK are having to do at the moment. All you need do is apply online, paying with the prayer of repentance, promising God that you will utilise His broadband service fully, and the service will be immediately available.

Best of all, God, unlike Sky TV, has no capacity limitations nor ongoing technical problems!

Sadly though, in spite of all the advantages, God's 'Special Broadband Offer', lasting only until the return of Jesus, has not met with universal approval. Seems that most of His network's Christian customers prefer the old modem technology that let's them choose where and when they want to talk to Him. Very sad!

So, let's take Him up on His discipleship broadband offer today. And tell His existing customers of this special offer, along with those who haven't heard the Gospel yet. How? It's all in His net manual - the Bible!

P.S. If you cannot understand this, please forgive me, for I am naturally being infected with 'British humour' (English spelling!) while in Britain! You may wish to immigrate - or emigrate!

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FROM THE WORD

THE MIGHTY LORD REIGNS
Psalms of intimacy, encouragement, healing and comfort.

Psalms updated from the King James Version by David Tait.

PSALM 112

Author Unknown.

A eulogy composed to a good man, in which his righteousness before God is recognized.


Praise the LORD! Blessed is the man who fears the LORD, who greatly delights in his commandments. His children will be mighty upon the earth. The generation of the upright will be blessed. Wealth and riches will be in his house: and his righteousness endures forever. To the upright there rises light in the darkness. He is gracious, full of compassion, and righteous. A good man lends generously. He guides his affairs with discretion. Surely he will never be shaken. The righteous one will be remembered forever. He shall not fear bad news: his heart is steadfast, trusting in the LORD. His heart is secure; he shall not be afraid for he will finally look in triumph upon his foes. He has given generously to the poor; his righteousness endures forever; his horn will be lifted up in honour. The wicked shall see it, and be grieved. They will gnash their teeth and melt away. The longings of the wicked shall perish.

PSALM 113

Composed for the Temple Liturgy.

A hymn celebrating the Lord's high majesty, yet at the same time, his mercies to the lowly.


Praise the LORD! Praise, O you servants of the LORD, praise the name of the LORD! Blessed be the name of the LORD from this time forth and for evermore. From the rising of the sun to where it sets, the LORD’S name is to be praised. The LORD is exalted above all nations, his glory above the heavens. Who is like the LORD our God, who dwells on high? Who humbles himself to look down on the heavens and the earth! He raises the poor up out of the dust, and lifts the needy out of the ash heap, so that he may set him with princes, with the princes of his people. He settles the barren woman in her home to be a joyful mother of children. Praise the LORD!

PSALM 117

Composed for the Temple Liturgy.

A succinct call for all people to praise the Lord, it is both the shortest psalm, and the shortest chapter, in the Bible.


Praise the LORD, all you nations. Praise him, all you peoples. For his merciful kindness towards us is great, and the truth of the LORD endures forever. Praise the LORD!

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HEAVENLY TRUTHS GOD HAS SHOWN ME

739. - 809. God has shown me that...

... I can't hide anything from Him, even though I try.

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CRANWELL'S CARTOON






THE PARABLE OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN
25 On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to test Jesus. “Teacher,” he asked, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?” 26 “What is written in the Law?” he replied. “How do you read it?” 27 He answered: ”‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’” 28 “You have answered correctly,” Jesus replied. “Do this and you will live.”
29 But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?” 30 In reply Jesus said: “A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, when he fell into the hands of robbers. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him and went away, leaving him half dead. 31 A priest happened to be going down the same road, and when he saw the man, he passed by on the other side. 32 So too, a Levite, when he came to the place and saw him, passed by on the other side. 33 But a Samaritan, as he traveled, came where the man was; and when he saw him, he took pity on him. 34 He went to him and bandaged his wounds, pouring on oil and wine. Then he put the man on his own donkey, took him to an inn and took care of him. 35 The next day he took out two silver coins and gave them to the innkeeper. ‘Look after him,’ he said, ‘and when I return, I will reimburse you for any extra expense you may have.’ 36 “Which of these three do you think was a neighbor to the man who fell into the hands of robbers?” 37 The expert in the law replied, “The one who had mercy on him.” Jesus told him, “Go and do likewise.” (Luke 10:25-37)





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A REVELATION OF....... 3 KINGDOM AGES OF GOD - Part 8

THE PRINCIPLE OF SACRIFICE

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LAUGHING AT OURSELVES

***Blessed are those who can laugh at themselves for they shall never cease to be amused***

*** "Those who can't laugh at themselves leave the job to others." ***

555. BEST PREACHER
Two ladies were praising the merits of their respective pastors. “Our minister is so wonderful, he can preach a dozen sermons from the same text,” said the first woman.

“Why that’s nothing,” the second responded. “Our minister can take any text in the Bible and preach the same sermon from it!”

554. DO UNTO OTHERS
The pastor’s car stalled at a stoplight. He tried to get it started, but nothing. The light turned green, and there he sat, frustrated and embarrasssed, holding up traffic. The car behind could have gone around, but instead the driver added to his anguish by laying on the horn.

After another desperate attempt to get the car started, he got out and walked back to the honker. The man rolled down his window in surprise.

“Tell you what,” the pastor said. “You go start my car, and I’ll sit back here and honk the horn for you!”

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A BRITISH EXPERIENCE

My Mother was born in Ireland and my father's family came from the Shetland Islands (along with much of the North sea oil - which they left behind!) so Britain is my heriatage. Besides, when children, we used to play a board (or bored!) game called Monopoly, which includes many famous London landmarks. so, coming to London is like coming home - particularly when my Kathy was waiting at the airport to meet me! Honeymoon! (Censored!)

Kathy and I first explored London 35 years ago, before we had a family. After a brief sojourn here with some of our family 6 years ago, we are now doing it again after our family have left home! Life goes on!

A few comments on this wonderful city:

* People drive on the left hand side of the road but seem to walk on the right hand side of footpaths. this must be the English sense of humour coming into play!

* There are lots of people, in some places, which reminds me of Africa in all places. There are also some rubbish bins, (which doesn't remind me of Africa!) but far less than we have in New Zealand. Last evening, we walked down The Mall to see Buckingham Palace lit up at night (very subdued, very royal lighting, it was) and there wasn't a single bin along the way. I guess the Queen doesn't make rubbish! More likely though, she doesn't have to walk home!

* London is a hugely expensive city to live in. Fortunately, we have been hugely blessed by our friend Wayne who has let us stay on couch/bed when our planned ministry here fell through, due to our host's serious illness. Thank you Wayne, We pray for you, Jean Marc.

* Here 'old' is something over 1000 years old! We cannot really conceive of this in the 'New World'. Or believe the quality of engineering and construction that has enabled the buildings to still stand!

Britain - a home away from home!

FACTS FOR FUN

LAST WEEKS QUESTION: Thomas Edison did not invent, as many people believe, but improved upon electric lights. But which of these were Edison inventions? The phonograph, the motion picture camera, the mimeograph machine, the electric vote recorder, the dictating machine, and wax paper?

ANSWER: They all were! His mind was so inventive that he applied for a new patent approximately every fortnight! (Edison’s endless energy.)

THIS WEEK'S QUESTION: The strongest muscle in our body is found in our leg, arm, hand or head?

Answer Next Week.

SOME FUN FACTS

424. TURNING BACK THE CLOCK
Turning a clock's hands counter clockwise while setting it, in itself is not necessarily harmful. It is only a problem if the timepiece contains a chiming mechanism. (If only it would work the same on the ‘clock of life’!)

425. CAN'T CARRY IT HOME
$1,000,000 in $1 bills weighs approximately one ton. Placed in a pile it would be 360 feet (110 m) high – as tall as 63 average adults standing on top of each other. (Now $100 bills of course…..)

426. PROVIDING EMPLOYMENT
When using the first pay telephones, a caller did not deposit his coins in the machine. He gave them to an attendant standing next to the telephone. Coin phones did not appear until 1899. (Another labour saving device.)

A WORD PUZZLE FOR YOU

Make another word from this word using all the letters.

IMAGINER

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BIBLE QUESTION - THE PARABLES

In the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard, in Matthew 20:1-16, a landowner goes into the city one morning to hire workers for his vineyard. Later in the day he goes twice more to hire additional workers. At the end of the day he gives all the laborers the same pay. The workers who worked all day grumbled when they got only the same pay as those who worked just a few hours.

Which is a second lesson of this parable?

a. A fate worse than death awaits those who reject God.
b. Workers should be paid in proportion to the number of hours worked.
c. God is just and will reward us according to what we deserve.
d. God is merciful. He loves those who have found Him late in life as much as those who have spent a lifetime of service.

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IF ONLY I'D THOUGHT OF IT!

"""OTHER'S SAYINGS TO ENLIGHTEN, AMUSE, OR BEMUSE"""

!!!!!!! If you want to make people angry, lie. If you want to make them livid, tell the truth.

!!!!!! There is something wrong if you're always right.

!!!!! After all is said and done, more is said than done.

!!!! People are like tea bags - You never know their strength until they get into hot water.

!!! The easiest crops to grow are weeds and pests.

!! If you do nothing, nothing will happen. If you do something, something will happen but not necessarily what you intended.

! All's war in love and fairness.

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TILL DEATH DO US PART

WHY?
Attending a wedding for the first time, a little girl whispered to her mother, "Why is the bride dressed in white?"

"Because white is the color of happiness, and today is the happiest day of her life," her mother tried to explain, keeping it simple.

The child thought about this for a moment, then said, "So why's the groom wearing black?"

ENDORSEMENT ANYONE?
Proud and pleased as she could be, the petite young bride, Mrs. Jones, strode briskly up to the teller's cage at the bank to cash her husband's pay check for the first time.

When the teller told her the check would have to be endorsed, the bride grabbed the pen and unhesitatingly wrote on the back, "I heartily recommend my husband, Mr. Jones"

IMPORTANT THINGS
While attending a marriage seminar on communication, Tom and his wife Peg listened to the instructor declare, "It is essential that husbands and wives know the things that are important to each other."

He addressed the men, "Can you describe your wife's favorite flower ?"

Tom leaned over, touched his wife's arm gently and whispered, "Pillsbury All-Purpose, isn't it?"

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AN AFRICAN REPORT

CONFERENCE REPORT – NOV. 21ST – 24TH 2006 – NAIROBI, KENYA

It was a great privilege to have the anointed servant of God David Tait come and speak in Nairobi, Kenya for the first time and especially in our conference. It took us about 2 years of waiting after we invited him. So, we had to pray and wait upon God’s timing. We thank God for David who kept his promise and who paid thousands of dollars to bring the Word to Africa and especially to Nairobi, Kenya. David is a unique preacher who listens to God and God only and he obeys what the Father tells him to do.

It was a great joy to us in the conference for it begun with a fantastic and intense revelation that is not found locally in most of our churches here. David Tait a very humble servant of God and whose heart is very open for God spoke great things that encouraged and blessed hundreds of people who came to the meeting. Surely, many pastors said they were changed from glory to glory as David was speaking daily. We were divinely lifted spiritually, revived and prepared for the second coming of Jesus Christ through David’s teachings. We really got a real understanding of the Tabernacle of Moses, Tabernacle of David and the Church God is seeking for in these last days. One thing we cannot forget of David’s teachings is that God is calling his people to the Holy of Holies; He is looking for people who are ready for His return.

Healing
During the Conference as he was speaking of great Holiness, the presence of God was mightily in the house and on the third day God spoke to David of a man who had a knee problem for a long time and after prayer he was healed instantly.

Message sent to David during and after the conference
Pastor Wachira said; “We are so thankful to the man of God for the great teachings and we ask him to come again, we will organize a big pastors meeting for him to speak”

Pastor Gilbert Mwandikwa; “Praise the Lord our Redeemer and to whom all the supremacy belongs He saves, He delivers and protects his people. I take this opportunity to appreciate the success of the previous Conference. It was a long waited occasion since it was announced but God being in control brought it to pass after our prayer and supplication. David Tait, servant of God, I say God bless you. The conference started well and it was a blessing through all the sessions teachings. To me, your teachings featured unique revelations particularly about Moses Tabernacle and David Tabernacle. I also got to understand that God wants us to enter into the Holy of holies. That was great and I request you to come back if possible next year”

Pastor Solomon (Body Guard) said; “We need him back again, I have received a new revelation about the Tabernacle of Moses and the Tabernacle of David”

Report Compiled By Host Pastor – David Musunza
P.O. Box 8079-00200 Nairobi, Kenya: Email: musunza@yahoo.com

MANNERS AND CUSTOMS IN BIBLICAL LANDS

SEASONING

Salt is the most referred to (Job 6:6). However, other spices such as dill (anise), mint, cumin and corriander are also mentioned.

Adapted from: '1001 Surprising Things You Should Know About The Bible' MacGregor & Prys

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PSALM 84

A Psalm for the sons of Korah. (The Levitical Choir)

A prayer of longing to return to the House of the Lord composed during an enforced absence.


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UNDERLYING BIBLICAL SPIRITUAL MEANINGS

Tips to Help You Better Understand the Spiritual Meaning of Your Bible

Many words in the Bible have implied spiritual meanings as well as literal ones. For instance, numbers in Hebrew have an underlying meaning as well as a numeric value. e.g. the number 7 speaks of completion or perfection. Other words have a spiritual significance as well as a literal meaning. e.g. when scripture talks of a ‘lamb’ it is usually a type of Jesus, the ‘Lamb of God’ (John 1:29)

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Of Nature Continued

RAIN----------Holy Spirit

RAINBOW------God's Covenant Promises

ROCK---------Jesus

SAND---------People

STARS--------Holy Spirit, Christians

STONES------Christians

SUN----------God the Father

THUNDER-----Voice of God

WATER-------Cleansing, Purification

WIND---------Holy Spirit

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WAXING LYRICAL

When all else fails, we have our family! Or we should. When our family fails, they are still our family! Or they should be. Our family is our greatest source of both pleasure and frustration. They know us best. We cannot fool them. So here is a little about our family. Since the poem was written Andrew and Catriona have produced our baby Eva, our first grandchild. But 20,000km away in Scotland! Thankyou Lord for emails!

LIFE’S A LAWNMOWER, MATE! (2 of 2)

To Brendan, our next, life’s lawnmower’s been less kind,
His teenage years a little temperamental, but never mind.
For a more honest and loyal model you would not find,
Always willing to help another mower, caught in a bind.
Now as he tunes his motor, pondering where to mow,
One day to find direction, then he’ll know where to go.
Oh yes, life’s a lawnmower, mate.

Our Nigel is a non-mechanical type,
Gets on with life - ignores the hype!
He likes to tune his mower to sing,
For making music is his big thing.
Filling tanks with petrol, through university his way to pay,
Nigel’s found his Saviour, growing more like him every day.
Oh yes, life’s a lawnmower, mate!

Our youngest, Cameron, is a lawnmower freak,
Forever racing the ride-on, until last week,
When in one of life’s many twists and turns,
The mower bit him, now a lesson he learns,
That life ‘taint’ straightforward, as it so often seems,
To an adventurous bloke, eagerly entering his teens!
Oh yes, life’s a lawnmower, mate!

Now you know our lawnmower family, no two models the same,
With such a mix of makes and types, who would be so game,
As to try to work in harmony, to always stay in tune?
About as likely as the cow, jumping over the moon!
But we are still a family, mowing our way through life,
Sometimes running sweetly, at other times with strife!
Oh yes, life’s a lawnmower, mate!

So how should we mow then, our life’s uneven lawn,
To keep it manicured, ensuring blades aren’t worn,
Maintaining our engine, so it will always go,
There’s only one manual, as far as I do know,
It’s called the Bible, sets out the rules,
Of living our lives, so we are not fools.
Oh yes, life’s a lawnmower, mate!

We don’t always follow it - you can see from the above,
For our family’s an ordinary one, not yet perfect in love.
Yet love is the key to God’s maintenance plan,
To keep us going, this lawnmower called man.
Like any machine we falter, yes we weep and we spin,
But with Jesus our serviceman, we must finally win!
Oh yes, life’s a lawnmower, mate!

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A DAVID MUSING

God's plans and our plans can - and do - differ!

Our ministry in England has not eventuated, but instead, I have been able to spend time looking for second hand clothing to send to Ghana for sale to help our ministry finances.

So I had better get on with it!

Until next week...

MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND YOU BLESS GOD.

His servant and yours

David Tait

Today's 'Word Puzzle' Answer: MIGRAINE

TODAY'S 'DO YOU KNOW?' ANSWER: d. God is merciful. He loves those who have found Him late in life as much as those who have spent a lifetime of service.

Then landowner hired workers late in the day not because he expected a full day's work, but because no one else had hired them and they needed the work. In the same way, God is always offering a full measure of His grace to those who need it most.

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