18 Sep

Surprise, Surprise!  Avarice and Greed live!   Have you noticed the internet provides stinkers with very important information to offer (in limited quantities) the book  "FREE"  for $5.95, postage and handling?

Handling must be a bit expensive since average postage sending a book by mail is less than $3 and the mailing container can't run more than $1, so why not round it off to less than $2 , when you consider companies pay less for quantity?  AND, now that Amazon and Walmart refuse to sell books revealing the underbelly of Washington,  we can't even buy an E-Book.  You see how things make sense today?  I've been sharing warnings of the evil of politics for years and I will continue to do so as long as God gives me life to do it, and what truth I share has no price tag!  There are many like me, but unfortunately without hoopla and publicity and frills of endorsement by some 'celebrity'and such, mine is a voice crying in the wilderness.  I understand and from experience, know just how my lifting of life's shade turns folks off.  I have proof in statistics of the falling away of 'friends' over the past decade.  Sad but True!  Suffice it to say that there is nothing printed today that makes the way we should live any clearer than The Holy Bible (and various translations are free to download) but our human intellect shouts so much louder than the still small voice of faith and belief in Jesus Christ.  If I could, I would "Turn Up the Volume", but then there's the "OFF" button, so I will just keep sharing what I know to be true and praying that a bit will hit home.  Just to be sure of TRUTH, please download a free translation of The Holy Bible and look in the New Testament for the gospel of John, chapter 14 and verse 6.  Then call up 2 Chronicles 7:14 and get a full promise for God himself.  Realize that none of this will have clear meaning without Faith in Jesus Christ.  That clears up foggy vision.

And that's what I get from My Box of Chocolates right here in my little corner studio under the shadow of Kyle Field.


James G Austin, '69

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