Indianapolis, IN -- September 1, 2007

Drinking his coffee and reading The Bible, the book of Job. He had some job related Bible trivia. Whose job is it to make coffee? A man’s job--He brews. Whose job is it to do the dishes? A man’s job. See II Kings 21:13:

And I will stretch over Jerusalem the line of Samaria, and the plummet of the house of Ahab: and I will wipe Jerusalem as a man wipeth a dish, wiping it and turning it upside down.

God was a baseball fan from the get go. In the Big inning, is how it all began, right? Okay, that’s a little weak.

At least right now, he said, God is here in Indianapolis. There is conflict between good and evil. God is ready to reap this city.

He doesn’t know what God is doing across the country, but he’s ready to reap this city. God loves the city. As Jesus wept over Jerusalem, God weeps over this city. He loves them all, and loved so much he gave them free will, something that will end at some point. Before the sun comes up, sit and listen, the first thing the birds do in the morning is give glory to God. The letter of the law brings death and the spirit of the law brings life.

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