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Chris Bukowski indicated in the beginning that he had quite a crush on Lindzi.
There would be yet five more years of war, but this was the day that defined Washington and our Nation.Just a few days ago, a friend of mine was back in Pakistan and met our dear pastor. I am including here an excerpt from Samuel Zwemer’s book The Unoccupied Mission Fields, published in 1911.Despite the loss of an eye and the use of an arm, he is not only standing but serving and shining for Christ. Zwemer was the “apostle to Arabia,” a pioneer missionary who poured his life—and buried two of his children—in the hostile lands of Islam.Faith has the genius of transforming the barely possible into actuality. He that believes in Christ does what he can not do, attempts the impossible and performs it.”Frequent set-backs and apparent failure never dishearten the real pioneer. Does it really matter how many die or how much money we spend in opening closed doors, and in occupying the different fields, if we really believe that missions are warfare and that the King’s glory is at stake? Our only concern should be to keep the fight aggressive and to win victory regardless of cost or sacrifice.Once men are dominated by the conviction that a thing must be done, they will stop at nothing until it is accomplished. Lo I am with you always,” used these words: “You have a factor here that is absolutely infinite, and what does it matter as to what other factors may be. The unoccupied fields of the world must have their Calvary before they can have their Pentecost.That day the Delaware River was a perfect mirror reflecting a crisp blue and white sky—the silver glass waters rippled only by lolling, lazy geese shaking off a nap as we slipped down to the river’s edge.
There, giant sycamores shade the bank where stands an old stone marker which reads: Near this spot Washington Crossed the Delaware On Christmas night 1776The eve of the Battle of Trenton There could hardly have been a more striking contrast between that peaceful afternoon and the desperate, dangerous night when Washington risked everything.
I also have a Master's in Architecture, so anything architecture, sustainable architecture, historic preservation, futuristic architecture, urban design, etc.
Recently a friend and I visited Washington’s Crossing, Pennsylvania.
As much as we love to hate him on Twitter, we also discovered that he is a big animal rights activist .
Apparently, Kalon doesn’t think dogs are “baggage,” since he donated proceeds from autographed T-shirts at a recent event he attended to Citizens for Animal Protection.
“Doug and I were only talking professionally,” says Dalton.