Avatar for HECROW55

HECROW55

rank: 7904

Last week's position: 7879

first registered 19.10.10

last online 23 hours ago

report abuse
about me

There was a man that hungered and thirsted greatly. He sat down at a meal and began to try to feed himself. No matter how much he ate, his hunger was not abated nor was his thirst quenched not in the least. His perception of the plate and cup that he served himself from was that they were empty.

He cried out in anguish and a servant came and sat beside him and began to feed him from the same plate and cup that he believed to be empty. But as the servant continued to feed him, his hunger began to abate and his thirst quenched. His eyes became opened to the plate and cup being not only full but running over.

He invited others to partake of this miraculous meal. All who ate of it were satisfied to the fullest. But no matter how many feasted on the meal, the plate and cup remained full and running over.

Hope you enjoy the appetiser that is written in Thy Wondrous Works Volume One The Law of Moses Fulfilled

Offered in the Love of Christ

Contact: HECROW55@YAHOO.COM



favourite books

The Bible

my websites

    

HarperCollins is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.

my books

THE TRIAL OF JESUS - THE CASE ....

Harold Eugene Crow

This manuscript strives to search out what laws given by Moses required Jesus to be baptized by John.


Mat 21:25 The baptism of John, whence was it? from heaven, or of men? ...

Jesus poses the question about the water baptism that John administered. After deliberating and reasoning among themselves, the people concluded that they could not tell whether it was from Heaven or of man. The question has been therefore unanswered even to this day.

Can this question posed by Christ be answered today?

When Jesus came to John to be baptized, John first refused Him until Jesus told John it was to fulfill righteousness. This means that there are laws that required Jesus, who had stated that He came to fulfill the law, to be baptized by John.

Just what these laws are that required this to be done is the subject matter of this exegesis in an attempt to ascertain from where the baptism of John came from.

Was it from Heaven or of man?

 

THY WONDROUS WORKS VOLUME ONE ....

Harold Eugene Crow

Jesus made the statement that He came to fulfill the law. This manuscript reveals the testimonies that validates this statement.


A good mystery must always involve who, what, where, why, when, and how. This is certainly true about the collections of books that make up the bible, the greatest mystery ever. One of the mysteries that it contains is whether or not Jesus committed transgression(s) against the commandments and laws Moses gave. He stood trial before Pilate accused by the Chief Priests and Elders of sedition and subverting the people to uprising.

Standing before Pontius Pilate who threatens to condemn him to be crucified, Jesus of Nazareth stood silent. It was written that he would do this in Isaiah 53:7. Would there be evidence that could have been presented to save Christ from this suffering? As Abel's blood cried out to God after Cain had slain him, the blood of Christ calls out to us from scripture in his defense.

This manuscript presents the testimonial evidence that proves which leads to conviction that Christ was innocent of any transgression of the law of Moses. To believe it - this is a must read.

 

my friends

KirkH
KirkH
last online online
colin smith
colin smith
last online 1 hour ago
Casimir Greenfield
Casimir Greenfield
last online 1 hour ago
Ian Ellis
Ian Ellis
last online 4 hours ago
KMac23
KMac23
last online 4 hours ago
Forgotten Fairytale
Forgotten Fairytale
last online 4 hours ago

leave me a message

click here to leave a message

latest

Painted Pony wrote 22 days ago

It's a gift for sure - glad to see you using it!

Painted Pony wrote 22 days ago

Listened to your video - what a beautiful worship song! And your voi....

Painted Pony wrote 22 days ago

Thank you for the video link, Harold. I will watch it asap - right no....

view all

my comments

latest

I wrote 690 days ago

CCRG AND CLF Review I have completed reading the first 3 chapters of Forgiveness Fits. The story flows very naturally and definitely brings to memory times long past. Platform shoes, disco, etc. etc. Some good memories, but I wasn't into disco. Could hear KC's 'Shake Your Boody' playing in my... view book

I wrote 696 days ago

CLF AND CCRG REVIEW I am reading the first chapter of your book at present and really enjoying it. Your character development is very well done. Can get real good sense of the isolation your MC feels. Her seemingly sarcastic phrasing of the Lord's prayer on the cross 'forgive them Father for ... view book

I wrote 736 days ago

This is a CLF review, I have recently finished the 22 chapters available here and have enjoyed the story immensely. The writing style is very smooth and draws the reader alone with the tale. It is also done very descriptively leaving the reader the visual picture of what is being written withou... view book

I wrote 798 days ago

CLF Review I have read through the first 22 chapters of the book 'The Woman From Earl' and am enjoying it immensely. I find the characters in it are very realistic and very well fleshed out for the reader to identify with them. The main character Emily, who is struggling with her faith after ... view book

I wrote 1107 days ago

Have only had time to check out the first 2 1/2 chapters so far. I love that you have included the scriptures in the text. I did the same with my manuscript. Some have criticized this, but even in my own reading of materials such as ours I seldom search for every scripture reference. Your short,... view book

view all