The High Calling

June 24, 2001

And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely. Revelation 22:17

They say that if we do not study the errors of the past, we are doomed to repeat them. For a year and a half now, we have asked the Lord for guidance and tried to dispel these errors with truth. We have succeeded in bringing up many of the controversies that have divided the church in the past and done our best to harmonize the differences. It is time to put all that behind us.

The Lord is now taking us into a new direction and into the high calling that Paul speaks to us about in Philippians 3:12-16:

Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect: but I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ Jesus. Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. Let us therefore, as many as be perfect, be thus minded: and if in any thing ye be otherwise minded, God shall reveal even this unto you. Nevertheless, whereto we have already attained, let us walk by the same rule, let us mind the same thing.

The Latter Rain Page has been commissioned to prepare a holy and perfect Bride and our discussions have become an integral part. Paul speaks here to those (us) "as many as be perfect," with the admission that he may not have already attained, either were already perfect. There is humility in knowing that we may not be perfect but yet he calls those that are already perfect to be thus minded, forget the past and go forward. A dichotomy for sure but one that makes complete sense if you understand that we are in the flesh but washed clean by the blood of the lamb. We may never be perfect this side of heaven except as we enter into a perfect relationship with a heavenly Father through Jesus, a risen Savior. Jesus has always said come, let's go.

Are the ones invited to the marriage feast all perfect? No, many will not be wearing the wedding clothes of righteousness but Jesus is still coming for a holy Bride. There is therefore separation and correction in the church after we have partaken at the wedding table. Is the Bride prepared before the Wedding Feast or after? Do we harvest before the Feast or feast first? I believe that those questions are easy to answer.

We are seeing a hunger for the Spirit to say come, we see a Bride being prepared that is ready to say come. Our hunger is right on time but are we ready yet? Not for me to judge but yet for me to say that we are ready. The Lord may still have more for us and He may not think that we are quite ready and we know that we are not perfect but the desire is there to be part of that perfect completion and many of us are at least ready to be readied. How about you?

Whatever remains for us, let us now prepare for the Wedding Feast. If that takes the harvest first, then let us rein them in. If that takes the spiritual outpouring first, then let's call it down. Come out of the wilderness and into an Oasis, out of your caves and into the New Jerusalem. Blow your horns, make a joyful noise, come with gladness and a new song of love. The Bride says come. We need meat, we need solid food, we need to bring new wine and living water for all to drink. We need to bring everything good to the table of the Lord and set out a banquet worthy of a King. And we especially need to bring a spirit of worship that reaches the throne of the Bridegroom to woo that wondrous power and glory that we are hoping for.

Read on for the responses this time. They are good responses too. We see that the church is still full of that complacency and worldliness and such and there is much wisdom here for those that are willing to recognize it. The Lord wants us to move on to the higher calling. Forget the past and discussions of disunity and concentrate on the unity of the future. We know that the church is still in a mess; I will remain solemn for their sake and continue to denounce the errors for the Anti-christ may need to be revealed first for the mark to be exposed. You need to do as the Lord leads. We have come a long way but right now, it is time for that higher calling. With God's grace we are restored to the faith of our fathers by identifying that faith. The foundation has been laid and upon that foundation are imperishable materials and many smooth stones cemented by unity. Now that we have been tried, we are tired, we are impatient and eager to enter into that third day resurrection of the body of Christ before our Sabbath rest. Resurrect us now, Lord Jesus. Allow us to swing the temple gates wide and invite the guests.

The only question this time is "are we ready?". All positive comments are welcome, including those that speak of this new direction that we should be taking. Stay blessed.


The Spirit and the Bride say Come

Jay, this is what the Lord has been telling me just now.........We are not to focus on the negative any longer, for it only pushes the bride backward to the unknown passages of the past. Thus.........

The Spirit and the Bride say...........Come my beloved, come. Negativity is unbecoming my dearest. Look to me the one who holds your treasure in my hand dearest bride of mine. I say to you, that you are wild , with a yearning yet to roam. Fix your eyes only onto me, let your gaze be that of adoration and yielding onto the one who loves you most. I wish you to adjust your heart, turn your head from the distant glance of the far away and past experience. You have a work to learn for the wedding coming. Your song must be pure unto me as you look deep into my eyes, hold your eyes upon only me, as I do so with you. I am the lover of your soul, your mouth, your heart, your thoughts, your tender mercies and I long to hold you in my arms to comfort and nurture you. I want you to seek the humbleness I desire from you. The brash will not be allowed in the ceremony. The unyielding will not be let loose of his sin.

Come to the window of the bridal chamber and look unto the sunset over the horizon and see the glistening golden world that only comes with being totally within the light of God's radiance. I adore you my beloved. I hope for you my dearest one, I reach out to you, but you still pull back ..........unsure of who you are. Strike the window, open it to smell the fragrance pouring out of the well of my heart. It is boundless, It is without measure, it is abounding with desire for your companionship. Give me this hour sweet beloved, give me this time, my sweet and lovely one. Give me this time my special child, and I shall caress you and sing to you and touch your tender side. Hold me and walk with me and do not look at the negative any will be gone in but a moment and our time will be taken up with our fixation on one another. I long to please you, and you are coming closer. Do not look back. Pull into me, Pull into me, Look full into my eyes and hear only my voice as I look deep into your heart.

You and I are the Spirit and the bride........and it is soon , so very soon. Take my hand and cross over with me now, ----- Just cross over and come with me not be afraid any longer. Just run to me my to me and I will lift you up!

Your beloved Groom!

Sara DeMeulenaere


Hi Sara,

You are absolutely right and if the Spirit says come then it is time for the Bride to say come also. My main concern in the past to this point has been in preparation of the Bride but this changes everything. Discussion will be ongoing but it will be different now. I am still called to that solemn assembly and to intercede for our loved ones to come to the wedding feast but now is a time of celebration, praise, joy, gladness. The foundation of apostle's and prophets with Jesus as the chief cornerstone has been laid, this is in the past now. We are witnessing a world wide movement of the Holy Spirit coming together in the spirit with the same focus and energy that is part of this proper foundation. Now we build the wall with living stones washed white as our witness and the gospel as our guide. Upon that foundation is a restored church. It is time to repent yes, but we no longer need to wait for a church prepared with the gospel of love and peace. We are that church.



Jay, in response to your note,
I think what the Lord was speaking to me on this coming up to meet him message, is in essence the understanding of just what you said below; and understanding our full and true identity must be seen through His eyes. He is calling us to let go totally and let Him take the glory on and remake us even beyond that what we have thought or known. And in doing so, to see Him and His truth with His mindset and understanding, not just for the lost we pray to come into His knowledge, but especially that we don't fall out of love, once we think we have found it........ or arrived, just as we have found it in understanding who we truly are in Christ Jesus. Thus we are those living white stones, polished and placed into the foundational positioning we were meant to be.

The word was also a gentle warning, to stop and see we have not arrived yet, but we are getting there. Yes, and some are just a tad farther than others. I know it is very close to completion, and yet as humans we still struggle with some who wish to hang on to the negative things that are not free to come in to the inner court yet. We pray always we never fall back out of favor, once we have tasted of the truth.

We are given all things through Him who died for us and set us free. It is time to sing praise and celebrate, yes and rejoice in our being made new, yet let us realize we are still prone to changing the game if we get too much credit and our focus goes off the wrong way. What He was speaking to me was personal as adaptive to the body, ......I want you in ALL the fullness I have for you........let go of your struggle to control things around you yet and let me provide and be your the flowing of My presence. Sweeping you into the next place of my hearts desire for you.


I've been looking at Exodus 32 when the people leaned on Aaron for something visible to worship because Moses had been a long time with the Lord. I think all the listed things - complacency, false authority, confusion, ignorance and worldliness were summed up in that golden calf, and likewise in the church today which also wants a god of its own making. They are symptoms of a people which habitually walks far from God.

I have met an astonishing number of brethren homeless on the streets of Cardiff, hungry, dirty, struggling, wounded: looking nothing like the well-groomed bunch you find inside church buildings, but children of God nevertheless.

I tried to make it easy for myself to believe that there were only two types of Christian - real ones, and pretending ones. I looked for leadership and shepherding among those I believed to be real born again, baptized-in-the-Holy-Spirit believers, and then there came a point where I had to accept that the "real ones" that I knew were walking far from God too. I was confused. I hit an awful decline and broke all my own rules. Nobody noticed or knew. I was down a dark pit, and I know it was only Jesus who rescued me, and put me back together.

What I was going to say about Moses was, God told him what the people were up to and he besought the Lord on their behalf (vv 11-13), so the Lord repented of the evil which he thought to do unto his people - verse14. Later on, however, Moses saw it with his own eyes and was angry, and broke the tables of stone. He demanded to know "Who is on the Lord's side?" Even so by verse 32 he is pleading for mercy for them and laying down his life for them. Where are we in here dear ones? Has the Lord revealed it to you what sort of state the Church is in? If so, then pray, please, because you can pray in a way that will be heard. Or have you seen it with your own eyes? I have, and I think I am still too angry and not merciful enough. I am angry when I keep meeting victims.

Lord, thank you for the precious relationship we have with you when we are needy. Thank you that you lead us when we are willing to follow. I lift everyone here to you tenderly for your comfort, for your strength and your guidance. Make us into the people that you want us to be. In Jesus' precious name, AMEN . Much love from Mary.


You are absolutely correct. One of the main reasons many people are turning away from the established church here on earth, is because they feel it is no longer fulfilling their spiritual needs. Deep down, most of us recognise there is more to life than meets the eye. It is at these moments of reflection that bring us to the realization of who we are, and our role in the Spiritual Body/Church of Jesus Christ.

One of the many problems is the church has become attached and a part of the world, rather than the spiritual leader it should have been. As Christ has said, "Be in the world, but not of the world." We do live in Babylon, which is a city under the oppression of the Whore. Isaiah 47, gives us the reason why we are here, but it also gives us the assurance that it will not be forever.

We live in a world that is ego-driven and greed is seen as the norm. Hopefully the time is drawing near when we will, no more teach his neighbour, as all will come to know God and his Meshiach. But woe be unto those who have trampled the truth into the ground as it is said, "The fools have said, in there heart, there is no God". We the church have to contend each day with these principalities and spiritual darkness in high and low places. It is not an easy struggle, for any who preaches this doctrine is considered a fool or a lunatic. To preach this doctrine is even considered a heresy by some churches, who wish to keep the masses spiritually blind or lukewarm.

The aim now it to Know yourself, even as Paul said "know ye not that Christ is within you, except ye be reprobates." The question is, HOW CAN WE GET THE MASSES TO LOOK WITHIN THEMSELVES?

Blessed be his name

Howdy Jay,

RE your email on how out of it is 'the' church. Well, well you've noticed eh. Then again, as we get closer to the New Millennial of Messiah Jesus it reasons that of course there must be a separating and dividing of the chaff & wheat. Goodness, most sheep don't know the difference between sheep & goats let alone where we are along the prophetic time line!

Thus, for those watching (5 of the 10 maidens) they will see what's happening and make it to the marriage supper. While those that miss the 'Rapture'- some can later catch up (These need more time!)

But who can tell me anything, for I know (My pastor) knows everything! This is a tough one, but for myself it goes back to loving the Father truly with all your heart, soul and mind! And it is the latter part that Christians per se are failing in BT- they are not 'meek' to His word and 'don't study to show themselves approved! Personally I do not care what you believe or who teaches anything, my concern is only the word o God (Remember 1 Jn. 2:27)

You mention the characteristics of the Laodician church. Well, that is a big one for today, but I also see all the other characteristics of the other five churches throughout the church as well. (Remember only Philadelphia receives no correction, for to myself they are the '5 wise maidens'!)

No, actually everything is right where it should be- US-Russian relations, the natural 'signs', social deterioration- Israel and the ever deteriorating church (He doesn't come like a thief in the night when things are fine!) For these days now are as trying as any apocalypse- remember some of the seeds fell 'among thorns'!

Only thing you can do is pray for it, seed where you can, exhort by the word and be that light. For people all go through their own apocalypse and with the word and example in your own life- 'some' can yet catch the light, stick around and God willing come to the truth in Christ Jesus. Someday maybe soon your best friends, maybe family will be just people who either believe or not- yet you go on for there are always more who have not heard. Things are the same today as in the beginning.

OK, this is some of my thoughts. No I am not bumbed out about where we are today, for I know where its all going- I do my part, want to do more but know its all in His timing! (But wait for its coming- I know this much fo sure.)

Bless you through Yehoshua

B. Al

Great stuff Jay.
You truly are getting to the heart of this issue. As self-righteousness is expelled, and replaced by Jesus' promised gift of His imbued righteousness, will we come to the place we need to be, to be effective.

Do not let the enemy use even my own words to you as a crippling blow against you Jay, as your ministry will be greatly blessed, beyond even your wildest dreams, as you submit to Him, and not only through correction, or re-positioning, whatever, but also to accept His thoughts on you.

You are truly precious in His sight, and that is why He chastises us so severely at times, because we are His sons, and as such, He will not allow us to continue on a path contrary to that which He wills.

Satan will use these chastisements against us to cripple us, rise above your inadequacy and failures, and know that as we are weak, that He is made strong in us. Those times that we are unable to rise up from the filth in our lives, as we take ownership of that failure, give it to God, ask forgiveness and for help, and then let it go . He is faithful to bring us out of that place of defeat into a position of victory. Not by our might but by His power.

We are to realise and accept as ours, our failures and faults, but not let it cripple us. This is humility, and obedience.

I hope I make sense.



Come, Lord Jesus!

What a difference there is between the Apostolic Church and the Church of our day. In externals, of course, they are worlds apart. But the interior world of the Apostolic Church was also entirely different from the mood of the majority in the Church today. There was a spirit of expectancy in that Church which we do not as a whole possess.

There is nothing that we need more today than a recovery of hope of an imminent Christ. Suppose that His advent were to take place now, suppose that we should suddenly find Him standing in the midst as He stood among the disciples on that Sabbath evening when the doors were shut for fear of the Jews, what about our real self? Could we look into His face and assure Him that, above everything else, we had been seeking holiness, holiness of thought as well as of conduct?

Belief in the imminence of the final Advent is the Church's witness to her faith in the exalted Christ. It is her testimony that she believes that not only is He immanent in the experience of the Society which believes on His Name, but that He is also a living transcendent Person, utterly free at any time to enter visibly into the world's life as once He did when ' for us men and for our salvation He came down from heaven.'

In Christ, Timothy.



This is real exciting Timothy.

For us to have that expectancy puts us square in the face of our endless now. If the Spirit says come, the Bride is ready. Are we ready yet? No matter what form that Jesus comes in, He has told us that all eyes shall see Him and that He will come back in the same manner as we saw Him leave and that was in flesh and blood. It is to be suddenly but also comes in stages. The Marriage Supper will include the harvest and if we can come to the point that this restored temple with gates wide open is the analogy of the moment, then let's swing them wide and invite the guests.

There are several good prophecies and articles today on these very things at the June 21st five-fold today.


I haven't been to church in about 5 weeks. I am fed up with the lack of the Holy Spirit, I feel drained after church instead of having my lamp refilled. There is a standing "war" in our parish, if you can believe it. Between the Hispanics and the Anglo's. Tho many of the so called Anglo's are first second or third generation immigrants themselves. The argument centers around having additional Spanish Speaking Masses for our growing Hispanic population. One of the "anglo" arguments, is that the Hispanics should learn English, as the English speaking population of the parish contributes more of the "tithe" . That is just one of the examples. I feel as though I have no energy to combat this attitude. I am sure Paul would have a blast of a letter to write about that.

Love and peace in Christ
Mary Theresa


Hi Mary Theresa,

It makes you just want to go take all of the parishioners out that speak Spanish and start a new parish doesn't it? You may have to do that but whatever you do, reach out in love to those that are on the wrong side of this issue. Heaping hot coals on their head might just warm them up a little. Don't give in to them or to any conservative tradition that seeks to limit the gospel from complete freedom.


Does not our Lord bring us very close to this thought when He speaks of Himself as the Bridegroom---the mystery of Love which binds Himself and His Church together? It all began in His love---this nearness of relationship, this tenderness of intimacy, this covenant that cannot be broken. It is a mystery at which the hearts of His own shall never cease to be gladly astonished---that He should love the loveless and bend to take the unloving into His fellowship. Yet, granting the initial fact and miracle---the Love Divine that is from everlasting to everlasting---may we not say that all which follows is sublimely, Divinely reasonable?

In Christ, Timothy.


======================================================================= Hi Timothy and all,

Yes we may say that it is reasonable under any circumstance and if I may say, you say it very well.

If the spirit has yet to say come, is that reasonable? Has not the Lord always said come? It may have not been a very holy church but at all times we have been told to go out and bring in the unlovely and make them loved. Maybe the bride will be ready when we start acting like it is ready. Is the wedding feast only for the righteous and holy? Not a chance. They may be invited but Jesus calls the sinners to repentance and I see a program here that is holy and righteous because it is structured upon the right foundation. Forget our guilt trips and blemishes and the faults of others and get with the program.

Love and that tenderness of intimacy is very reasonable to some but hard to grasp for others.


Dear Jay and List,

Around 10 months ago the Lord gave me a very detailed vision of Rev. 21. The entire vision was enclosed within a ring that was adorned with many precious jewels. Within the ring I watched as He brought forth the temple. A soft color of emerald was placed upon it. Then He revealed the temple walls and the south gate. The whole setting was placed high upon a steep mountain that no one could climb. The final picture was of an expectant Bride smiling happily as Her Bridegroom came toward her.

From that moment on He has always seen Him by my side. Comforting me - guiding me - teaching me.

What you mention Jay for some reason brought this up in my memory. Perhaps it is because after all I have seen there are still times that I question His ways. Why is there still so much that's wrong Lord - when you are so awesome? Why are we still striving and fighting? How can the Bride welcome you when we don't even appreciate what we have been placed within. Why are we always waiting for someone else to be humble and turn the other cheeck before we will? But that is a direction I don't really want to go in. A discussion for another day. But whenever I question the Lord the power of His presence seems to go into the background and death - thoughts from the grave - seem to overtake me.

Is it possible to live as the Bride in peace, joy, and hope? Is His power sufficient to bring us through all the trials and tribulation? For me to overcome it always goes back to what Sarah said the other day - to keep our focus on Jesus. Look for and into His eyes alone. Do not look to the left or to the right - for to do this will bring death. To always apply the blood - the love upon everything we say or speak. Privately or with others.

"And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony, and they loved not their lives unto the death." Rev. 12:11. This is the only real truth I have been able to hold unto as support for my relationships with others. To add or take away from this is to take away the power of Jesus. To not love our own lives even unto death. To hold fast to the love of God - no matter what trials come our way. If we really believe then we have to trust Him in all situations.

As I shared earlier with you Jay - He desires to reveal to us that He is the sun (Son) always present that shines brightly upon our lives. Shining forth a warmth that will bring strength and comfort to our souls as we wait for Him.

And all who will come let them come.


Surely I have behaved and quieted myself, as a child that is weaned of his mother: my soul is even as a weaned child. Psalms 131:2

Whom shall he teach knowledge? and whom shall he make to understand doctrine? them that are weaned from the milk, and drawn from the breasts. Isaiah 28:9

Delight thyself also in the LORD; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Psalms 37:4

Hi everyone. I have noticed something in my own spirit, I had two verses pop-up this morning, verses that I know and have known about, but that are coming into focus. We, as well as many others, have been under an intense period of our lives with many trials. The L-rd is refining us and in this process there is more that goes on than meets the eye. [James 1:2-4 My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience. But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing. ] I have become aware of the door to my heart. I can feel it open or close. When the trials get severe, or when things aren't going my way, I sometimes get upset at the L-rd and "close" the door to my heart. I literally turn my back to Him in my spirit, I feel this has everything to do with submission to Him. Some are further along than others, if you will, that's not the point but where I begin to keep the door of my heart open to Jesus, not closing it when I am angry.

Then I see the above scriptures, they reference the child being "weaned" from his mother, a type of self-centeredness that attaches itself at birth and reacts with a grabbiness, an "I want it now!" kind of attitude. Then in Isaiah He goes on further to explain whom HE will teach knowledge and give the understanding of doctrine to, a person who is weaned. [Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child, he shall not enter therein.
Mark 10:15]. And so, we are as children before the L-rd, humble and attentive.

Going further in the L-rd is a difficult process, if it was easy than many millions of others would be doing so successfully right now. Then there is the verse from Psalms 37:4, I believe it ties in directly, the H-ly Spirit giving me both verses, IF I delight myself in the L-rd (keep the door of my heart open to Him, not shutting it when I'm angry or not getting my way) then the L-rd shall give me/us the desires of our hearts. This comes after we are weaned of selfishness, weaned from being like a child. I can put on quite the demeanor, I used to pride myself on being able to out-do other peoples demeanors and over-powering them in conversation. BUNK. I was blind and selfish, without enough love to look past my own little world and care about those around me. I didn't care about the person standing behind the counter getting paid minimum wage to do their job, having a child at home they are concerned about, wondering how they will pay that next bill, where they will live, how they will deal with the manager that abuses them in the interests of the company.

I find myself finally turned inside out, people get to see what I am like from the inside, and I try not to hide this but to allow the L- rd to deal with me, I also find myself going back and apologizing to people if I have tried to get my way over theirs. This all comes to a point, in the Fruits of the Spirit; Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Self-Control. If I don't pass through the child stage then I won't get to accomplish the fruits, a vital part of being a christian.

What people will come to Unity? I believe a weaned people, not wanting their own ways over others, but following the L-rd and not wanting to get ahead of that other person/minister. Laying down your own ambitions, seeing yourself as less and not more. Paul was incredible, He leaves a legacy of scripture that has helped so many and you would think, that towards the end of his "career" he would have this incredible demeanor, and be very commanding. Instead I see a meek man (not timid, unable to fight) , who considered himself the least of the Apostles [For I am the least of the apostles, that am not meet to be called an apostle, because I persecuted the church of God.

1 Corinthians 15:9] THEN, the Least of the Saints; [Unto me, who am less than the least of all saints, is this grace given, that I should preach among the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ; Ephesians 3:8] A progession, as He got closer to our Saviour, He dropped the feeling that he was better or higher than others. In G-d the least shall be first, but that is a true humility that comes only from the Hand of the L-rd, not a man-made humility, you can't have any hidden agendas, you will be turned "inside out"

I ran into this scripture, it really seems like a list that Paul wanted to convey to people, things in summary to hold in the heart, recognize other scriptures that are in the Word that go further to define them?

But of the times and the seasons, brethren, ye have no need that I write unto you. For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night. For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness. Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober. For they that sleep sleep in the night; and they that be drunken are drunken in the night. But let us, who are of the day, be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love; and for an helmet, the hope of salvation. For God hath not appointed us to wrath, but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ, Who died for us, that, whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with him. Wherefore comfort yourselves together, and edify one another, even as also ye do. And we beseech you, brethren, to know them which labour among you, and are over you in the Lord, and admonish you; And to esteem them very highly in love for their work's sake. And be at peace among yourselves. Now we exhort you, brethren, warn them that are unruly, comfort the feebleminded, support the weak, be patient toward all men. See that none render evil for evil unto any man; but ever follow that which is good, both among yourselves, and to all men. Rejoice evermore. Pray without ceasing. In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. Quench not the Spirit. Despise not prophesyings. Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Abstain from all appearance of evil. [*****if it appears to be evil, avoid it, TV is replete with this*****] And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Faithful is he that calleth you, who also will do it. Brethren, pray for us. Greet all the brethren with an holy kiss. 1 Thessalonians 5:1-26
*****we hug nowadays, over the net you can bless that person and write from the love in your heart*****

G-d's love and Peace be upon you, Troy Jones

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