Psycho-Babble Faith Thread 403172

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The woman clothed in the sun

Posted by Lou Pilder on October 14, 2004, at 21:45:36

Friends,
Daylight was upon us. The Woman clothed in the Sun vanished. I looked at Him that was there and He said to me,"The day will come when the rightious will shine forth as the Sun in the Kingdom of their Father and be like the Morning Star. And the Sun of Rightiousness shall arise with healing in His wings. And you shall go out in joy and be led with peace. The mountians and hills shall break forth into singing before you. And all the trees of the fields will clap their hands."
Lou

 

Re: The woman clothed in the sun

Posted by tabitha on October 15, 2004, at 1:16:38

In reply to The woman clothed in the sun, posted by Lou Pilder on October 14, 2004, at 21:45:36

hills singing and trees clapping hands-- that's such a joyous image. What happened next?

 

The woman clothed with the sun tabitha

Posted by Lou Pilder on October 15, 2004, at 14:33:38

In reply to Re: The woman clothed in the sun, posted by tabitha on October 15, 2004, at 1:16:38

Friends,
After the Sun arose and the darkness vanished, I saw a city come down from heaven, and I heard a loud voice from heaven saying, "Behold, God is with men and He will dwell with them. And God will wipe every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for, for all those things have passed away."
And I saw one on a throne. And He on the throne said to me, "I will give of the fountain of the water of life freely to him who thirsts. And he who drinks of the water that I will give him will never thirst. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life. He that overcomes shall inherit all things and I will be his God and he shall be my son."
Lou

 

The one on the throne

Posted by Lou Pilder on October 24, 2004, at 17:08:32

In reply to The woman clothed with the sun tabitha, posted by Lou Pilder on October 15, 2004, at 14:33:38

Friends,
I was in great fear at seeing the One on the Throne. Then a voice that said, "Fear not, for I am with you; Be not dismayed, I will strengthen you. Yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My rightious right hand."
Lou

 

A new song

Posted by Lou Pilder on October 24, 2004, at 18:14:23

In reply to The one on the throne, posted by Lou Pilder on October 24, 2004, at 17:08:32

Friends,
Then the One on the throne said to me, "Sing a new song now. Sing a song of good tidings to the poor; sing a new song to heal the brokenhearted; sing a new song to proclaim liberty to the captives, sing a new song to comfort all that mourn so that they can have the oil of joy and gladness; sing a new song to give beauty for ashes; sing a new song to give praise to those that have the spirit of heaviness;"
"Then the sun shall no longer be your light by day, Nor for brightness shall the moon give light to you; But the Lord will be to you an everlasting light, and your God your glory."
"And you shall be like a tree planted by the waters, Which spread out its roots by the river, And will not fear when heat comes; But its leaf will be green, and will not be anxious in the year of drought, Nor will cease from yeilding fruit. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God"
Lou

 

Re: The one on the throne Lou Pilder

Posted by rayww on October 28, 2004, at 14:31:36

In reply to The one on the throne, posted by Lou Pilder on October 24, 2004, at 17:08:32

No offense, but I'm still laughing.
throne in canadian means toilet.

I always read what you wrie on PBF Lou. I like your original scripture, and note how you connect words from the Old with the New Testaments. If you would care to pause and laugh "with" me for a moment, I would like to also say I hesitate to respond to your posts 'out of great fear at seeing the One on the'
toilet stir up the stuff that's in there. Please do not request further clarification, unless this can be taken to admin.
god loves you
rayww


> Friends,
> I was in great fear at seeing the One on the Throne.

 

Re: The one on the throne rayww

Posted by Lou Pilder on October 28, 2004, at 15:22:28

In reply to Re: The one on the throne Lou Pilder, posted by rayww on October 28, 2004, at 14:31:36

rayww,
Please do not post to me.
Lou
http://www.dr-bob.org/babble/faith/20040914/msgs/408419.html

 

no problem Lou (nm) Lou Pilder

Posted by rayww on October 29, 2004, at 0:17:22

In reply to Re: The one on the throne rayww, posted by Lou Pilder on October 28, 2004, at 15:22:28

 

Re: The one on the throne rayww

Posted by Angel Girl on January 2, 2005, at 1:33:51

In reply to Re: The one on the throne Lou Pilder, posted by rayww on October 28, 2004, at 14:31:36

> No offense, but I'm still laughing.
> throne in canadian means toilet.
>
> I always read what you wrie on PBF Lou. I like your original scripture, and note how you connect words from the Old with the New Testaments. If you would care to pause and laugh "with" me for a moment, I would like to also say I hesitate to respond to your posts 'out of great fear at seeing the One on the'
> toilet stir up the stuff that's in there. Please do not request further clarification, unless this can be taken to admin.
> god loves you
> rayww
>
>
> > Friends,
> > I was in great fear at seeing the One on the Throne.


Rayww

I am also from Canada. Throne does not mean toilet. A throne is a throne in the context that Lou used. You are referring to the use of using the word throne as slang for toilet.

I just wanted to clarify this.

AG

 

Lou's response to Angel Girl's post- Angel Girl

Posted by lou pilder on January 2, 2005, at 7:32:16

In reply to Re: The one on the throne rayww, posted by Angel Girl on January 2, 2005, at 1:33:51

Angel Girl,
Thank you for writing your understanding and clarification.
Lou

 

Your welcome! (nm) lou pilder

Posted by Angel Girl on January 2, 2005, at 12:25:05

In reply to Lou's response to Angel Girl's post- Angel Girl, posted by lou pilder on January 2, 2005, at 7:32:16

 

Re: The one on the throne Angel Girl

Posted by rayww on January 2, 2005, at 22:54:26

In reply to Re: The one on the throne rayww, posted by Angel Girl on January 2, 2005, at 1:33:51

Now that Christmas is over I find my mood settling down. It seems the bipolar swings get a little out of control as stress levels build. I have no idea why I wrote that post. Out of control I guess.

 

Re: The one on the throne rayww

Posted by Angel Girl on January 3, 2005, at 0:48:14

In reply to Re: The one on the throne Angel Girl, posted by rayww on January 2, 2005, at 22:54:26

> Now that Christmas is over I find my mood settling down. It seems the bipolar swings get a little out of control as stress levels build. I have no idea why I wrote that post. Out of control I guess.

Rayww

When I read your post to Lou, I was offended for him. I'm glad you have responded again. I too am bipolar and my mood swings have been way out of control in the last couple of weeks. So much in fact that I have 3 phones to make on Tuesday, when businesses re-open to make some apologies for things that I said that would've best been left unsaid. It seems I have very little control over my moods lately and I tend to get extremely argumentative. I'm crossing my fingers that my pdoc doesn't fire me this week when I see her. :( Thanks Ray for your response.

AG

 

after Christmas apologies Angel Girl

Posted by rayww on January 3, 2005, at 14:53:43

In reply to Re: The one on the throne rayww, posted by Angel Girl on January 3, 2005, at 0:48:14

I'm thinking of things I *didn't* do that need more of an apology. Like presents I forgot to wrap, meals I didn't cook, little effort that needed more, people I didn't visit, house I didn't clean. I was a bit of a mess. but, hey, it's a new year.

I made it through a tough one yesterday without reacting in a way that might have become an incident that would have required an apology later on, and a hard time to get over too. You can be proud of me if you like. I am proud of you for taking steps to make things right.

 

Re: after Christmas apologies rayww

Posted by Angel Girl on January 4, 2005, at 0:12:48

In reply to after Christmas apologies Angel Girl, posted by rayww on January 3, 2005, at 14:53:43

> I'm thinking of things I *didn't* do that need more of an apology. Like presents I forgot to wrap, meals I didn't cook, little effort that needed more, people I didn't visit, house I didn't clean. I was a bit of a mess. but, hey, it's a new year.
>
> I made it through a tough one yesterday without reacting in a way that might have become an incident that would have required an apology later on, and a hard time to get over too. You can be proud of me if you like. I am proud of you for taking steps to make things right.


rayww

Yes, I'm VERY proud of you, as you should be too. My moods are so all over the place right now and these days it doesn't take much to set me off. It's sooooo hard to bite your tongue when you know you should. I'm glad you had the restraint you needed yesterday. Tomorrow I will be making my apologies and also hoping that I still have a pdoc after Friday when I see her next. I'm sure she will have plenty of words for me after the way I talked to her receptionist a few days ago.

My family has somewhat *accepted* the things I don't do. I'm barely functional and my cleaning, well, let's just say that a maid might be a good idea right about now. Unfortunately Santa didn't give me one for Christmas. <sigh>

Anyway, as you said, it's a new year and I'm hoping to make improvements. Now, if I could only get through a day where I feel ok. I feel sick pretty much every day and some days worse than others. Today I had a whole list of things to do for myself and my Mom but I was so sick I spent the entire day in bed and taking Gravol so that I wouldn't throw up. Hopefully, tomorrow will bring better things and I'll be glad when my apologies are behind me.

Again, I'm VERY proud of you.

AG

 

Re: after Christmas apologies Angel Girl

Posted by rayww on January 4, 2005, at 21:43:16

In reply to Re: after Christmas apologies rayww, posted by Angel Girl on January 4, 2005, at 0:12:48

It's funny how so few words can give another person such a large lift. I've been feeling good all day because of your post. I wish I could write things to others that would help them feel better., but you are right when you describe how swings can make you go all over the place.

Don't fret too much about not having a maid. I know of more than one who has washed the husband's new suit pants in the washing machine. Mine did this year, and so for Christmas I surprised him with a new identical suit.

 

Re: after Christmas apologies rayww

Posted by Angel Girl on January 10, 2005, at 3:45:39

In reply to Re: after Christmas apologies Angel Girl, posted by rayww on January 4, 2005, at 21:43:16

I'm glad I was able to help you feel better. Now, if only I could do the same for me.

AG


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