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Today at 08:22 AM The clock of Providence! by chestnutmare

"There is a clock with which Providence keeps time and pace—and God Himself sets it!"

Our time is always now, for we are in selfish haste. But everything happens according to God's divine time-table. Our sovereign God is never before His time—and never too late. We may well admire the punctuality of Heaven.

Our trials come in due season—and leave at the appointed moment. Our fretfulness will neither hasten nor delay the purposes of our sovereign God.

We are in hot haste to order all our affairs. But the Lord has the leisure of omnipotence and unerring wisdom—and it will be well for us to learn to wait. The clock will not strike until the hour; but when the instant comes, we shall hear the bell.

My soul, trust in God, and wait patiently when He says, "My time has not yet come—but your time is always here!" John 7:6

~ Charles Spurgeon, "Flowers from a Puritan's Garden" 1883

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Sunday, November 23, 2014 8:51 PM Reflexology by Tom

Reflexology
I was told some time ago that Christians should stay away from things like reflexology. Saying that among other things, it has no scientific or medical proof. Rather it is completely based on eastern religion and philosophy.
Recently, my daughter who is a nurse who specializes in foot care told me that this isn’t completely true. She said that although it originate in eastern religion, it is not true that it not scientific or medical proof. She went onto say that there is proof that you can find out about medical problems through the feet of a patient. I didn’t know what to think about this, especially seeing I am no expert in the field; so I dropped the matter.
Fairly recently however, my daughter was helping my father-in-law with a foot problem. Was feeling the bottom of his feet and said “grandpa, you have a sore shoulder don’t you?” His mouth dropped and he hesitated for a moment and said “how did you know that”?
She said because I have studied this in school and there are places on your feet that are connected to other parts of your body. She started to show him parts of his feet that are connected to different parts of the body.
What are your thoughts?

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Saturday, November 22, 2014 9:38 PM New Study Bible by Tom

Has anyone seen this study Bible?
The Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible
http://kjvstudybible.org/2014/07/21/234/

It looks good to me.

Tom

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Friday, November 21, 2014 1:01 PM Chatterbox Cafe Forum by rstrats

Hey, how about some of you 794 members check in on the Chatterbox Cafe forum once in awile?

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Friday, November 21, 2014 12:14 AM Idea for The Highway Boards by Tom

Hi Pilgrim
I had an idea that may cause more interest in participation on the Highway boards. Over at challies.com, Tim Challies has what is called ‘Reading the Classics Together’. At the moment the book that is in discussion is John Owen’s ‘Overcoming Sin and Temptation’. I have really enjoyed Tim’s review and commentary on this and other Reformed Classics. It is also very interesting to read the comments of people who participate in the discussion. You can read this week’s discussion at http://www.challies.com/reading-classics-together/a-debate-i-would-watch
Not sure if this is something you are interested in doing, however I thought you might like to consider something of this nature. Perhaps with a little Pilgrim spin on it?
Tom


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