It was a sunny Saturday morning. I trailed my friends around a lovely suburban garden center on a sunny Saturday morning. More enthusiastic gardeners than I, they examined odd varieties of ferns and rusty garden sculptures while I daydreamed. Old college friends, we gather every once in a while to talk for hours and tour around spots of interest while our husbands go off to regress into their long-ago frat boy selves, to everyone’s entertainment, especially theirs.
In fact, Kallu was not disturbed much due to the oppressive and risky conditions dictated by the owner Santosh Kumar. He accepted all the conditions indiscriminately ordained by the house owner.
A pirate ship was an interesting place to be in. It was a place where they lived, and it was always battle-ready! Though the crew lived together, there were special cabins for the captain and the quartermaster. The ship also had a storeroom racks where the booty was kept. It carried plenty of weapons and it was oh, so fast! Though some pirates used large ships, many preferred the faster sloops, brigantines and schooners.
Many people — especially in traditional, old-line congregations — are afraid of prophetic ministry. They’re afraid that people who see themselves as “prophets” are going to start writing “new Scripture” like Joseph Smith did. But it’s very important to notice that the Apostle Peter commands everyone who serves the Body through “speaking gifts”, to “speak as God’s oracle”. [1 Peter 3.11] “Oracle” means “God’s mouthpiece”. This fear that the “new” truths the Spirit brings to us every day can be contrary to that which has already been revealed in Scripture, is not at all unreasonable. But this fear can be dispelled by the fact that what the Holy Spirit speaks through us are in fact ancient truths — ancient truths brought into our lives today with a fresh Wind of illumination. They are “old and new”!
The King James Version and The Catholic storeroom rack Bible are the classic American Bibles but they can be very difficult to read. If you are a member of a church, your Pastor or Priest may have a specific version that they recommend.
On the what-I-gained side, I made several additional entries, starting with a new insight that when someone offers help, you probably should accept it. I also gained a renewed conviction that what my practice did was worthwhile and important to continue. By that time managed care had already taken a bite out of the bottom line, but the other rewards were still rich. Combine that with my innate determination not to buckle under to disaster, and I formed a picture of myself as one of those blow-up clowns that gets punched and pops back up. I was reminded that all I really needed to continue was a room and two chairs. The rest was window dressing. So ultimately I ended up with a new start, lighter on my feet and clear about my purpose.
Whether you are using cabinets or shelves, make sure that they are made of sturdy wood. You should also see to it that they are constructed properly. What is the point of building cabinets and shelves haphazardly? This looks like some piece of work that you may find difficult to work on alone, so consider getting help.