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http://messiahmews.blogspot.com/2018/07/our-spiritual-world-if-you-err-make-big.html

“Dunno about anyone else, but I would LOVE to have all of our big trees back.”

Then I had a thought of everyone living among the living trees instead of chopping down trees and making houses outta trees. I guess I should watch that Avatar movie.

“So I have prayed before for the tall trees and increased oxygen to come back. So prayers can move mountains. (Matt. 17:14-21)”

Nah. I thought I read in a blog site recently where Jesus chose NOT change stuff unnaturally, though he could have actually done so. Stone to bread, or was it water? Yeah, but the process is NOT gonna happen overnight, mind y’all. [Other thoughts (of mine) have already changed stuff.] So yeah anything is possible.

“I would imagine HUGE trees above the mountain like this.”

Okay, that’s possible. I think some photos of Yosemite stumps might be a good place to start. In that way, we’d have HUGE natural shade over our heads.



Categories: flynnspaws

2 replies

  1. Okay, that reminds me… I have that on one of my things. Finally was able to get it up. Has to be downloaded, as the file is huge and won’t play on there. I’ll email it in a bit after Rob helps me with fascia blasting.

    Let’s see… Jesus turned water into wine at the wedding and the loaves of bread and fish were multiplied to feed a multitude.

    The transformation of water into wine at the Marriage at Cana or Wedding at Cana is the first miracle attributed to Jesus in the Gospel of John. In the Gospel account, Jesus, his mother and his disciples are invited to a wedding, and when the wine runs out, Jesus delivers a sign of his glory by turning water into wine.
    Marriage at Cana – Wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marriage_at_Cana

    The Feeding of the 4,000. This story, which appears only in Mark and Matthew, is also known as the miracle of the seven loaves and fishes, as the Gospel of Matthew refers to seven loaves and a few small fish used by Jesus to feed a multitude. According to the Gospels, a large crowd had gathered and was following Jesus.
    Feeding the multitude – Wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feeding_the_multitude

    Sorry, these were the first search results to come up. Hehe.

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