Non-glorified truth seeker with a freakish method of interpreting the Bible and history, namely the reading between the lines method. I am frequently fine tuning my conclusions for the purpose of finishing my quest of gaining full Christian maturity. Comparing Bible verses is helpful, but Holy Spirit inspired revelations are needed for success, I believe. (Rom 8:28-30; Prov 25:2; Ps 119:18; Luke 8:18; John 4:23,24; 8:32; 16:13; Jer 33:3; Dan 12:10).
Interesting sayings in secular music heard on the radio.
"The sky is filled with good and bad mortals never know": Led Zeppelin.
"We didn’t start the fire”: Billy Joel.
"We don't need another mountain": Dion Warwick.
Interesting futuristic books, perused when not having had anything better to do:
The End of Eternity; Foundation’s Edge; Foundation and Earth: Asimov.
Rendezvous with Rama; The Songs of a Distant Earth: Clarke.
Earths in the Universe: Swedenborg.
Interesting books about life after death:
Return From Tomorrow: Ritchie.
Life After Life: Moody.
The Bible: God.
Liked Christian songs:
- Just Like He Said He Would: Andrae Crouch.
The three first whole books of the Bible I read were: