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Tuesday, July 24th, 2001
4:40 pm - Isaiah 25
Again, the prophet humbles himself before Yahweh: "O Lord, thou art my God; I will exalt thee, I will praise they name; for thou hast done wonderful things; thy cousels of old are faithfulness and truth."

Even the prophet, a man of great wisdom, cannot see without first investing himself in Yahweh. This same precept holds true even today. The road to Zion is often blocked; only Yahweh can help us retain focus and remove the briars and thicket from our path.

current mood: Psalmaic

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Friday, July 13th, 2001
11:36 pm - Job 33:3
"My words shall be of the uprightness of my heart: and my lips shall utter knowledge clearly"

What man follows such precepts? Look into your heart; do you perform the bidding of Leviathan or follow the teachings of Aquinas, Milton, Calvin, Derrida, Moloch, Luther, Christ, Pious XIII, Thatcher or John the "Baptist?"
They must all be transcended if the true love of our future saviour shall reign. Zion, Zion, Zion.

The earthly utter no clear knowledge; their assertions are mere drivel, only misled and falsely appropriated assertions that bear no import concerning the governance of Yahweh.

current mood: Numbers

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Thursday, July 12th, 2001
7:56 am - Psalm 109
Greatly troubled by Psalm 109, CS Lewis expended considerable effort in an attempt to resolve its apparently cruel narrative tone with the calmer feel of the other Psalms.
His writings, of course, are the work of a revisionist Christian infidel. I see no need to mediate the tone of this Psalm; those who follow me in strict adherence to the faith of Abraham and Moses will see how Psalm 109's admonitions remain apposite even to this day: "1 Hold not thy peace, O God of my praise; 2 For the mouth of the wicked and the mouth of the deceitful are opened against me: they have spoken against me with a lying tongue."
Could CS Lewis deny that these lines are directed against the arbiters of Christian interpretation such as himself? And where is CS Lewis now to defend himself?
But the Psalm remains; it protects and defends itself. And it continues to speak truth, to inspire us, to lead us upon the path to Zion.

current mood: Joshua

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