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the sands of time

By bob JonesThe Lord took me to a place and I saw the great prophets of the Bible. I saw Elijah, Elisha, I saw all the prophets of the Old Testament. I was the apostle John, the martyrs. And they’d all been told by the Lord to stick their hands into the sand of time.As I watch them, they would pick up a shoebox. One of them was the Apostle Paul. And he brought the shoebox up and he said, “It’s my time.” The apostle Paul believed that what was going to happen now! was going to happen in his time. And he opened the shoebox, and it was empty. And so another prophet came behind him. And the Lord said, “Stick your hand into the sand of time.” Every prophet they all believed it was going to take place in their time and it did to a measure because all the wisdom that is down here now comes through these men and each one added something to the sands of time.It came my time and He said, put your hands in the sands of time and pull up the shoebox. And I said, “Why Lord? Everybody else has done …

It's my birthday and this is my heart's cry...

Come like a flood
And saturate me now...
You're all I want...
Come like the wind
and sweep throughout this place...
You're all we want...

I was dreaming I was handling a CST class again then I woke up haha! It put a smile on my face... training... It's my birthday and I was dreaming of being in front of the class haha! Good thing I'm on leave tonight. I took my phone, I had 5 messages... then I checked facebook and replied to those who greeted me but for some reason, my comments didn't post... While I was browsing on facebook, I was thanking God for giving me another year... This is my 25th year and I can say, indeed, I am blessed... Blessed to have a family, few but good close friends, and a special someone who's always been there for me... I can't ask for anything more! I can't even think of a gift when RJ asked me what gift would I like... hehe but I still asked God for something...

I asked that He enlarge my territory...
That I may be the salt and t…