Projects within projects within projects...
I will not necessarily be posting daily for a bit. I have to earn the unrighteous mammon demanded by the evil system of treacherous avarice, which paradoxically humanity has chosen and which has been forced upon us.
If therefore ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches? (Luke 16:11 KJVR)
You know, "riches" should have been left out. "True" speaks better without "riches." The scribe(s) added that "emendation" thinking he would add what is to be understood or what he/they held to be implied. It's not in the original Greek. However, in doing so, he slightly took the emphasis off the term "true." True means so much in the language of the revelation of Jesus. The real ("true") meaning is still there of course. I would rather though that "riches" had been left out and that the people be then more directed to considering real, true, faithful, right, straight, square, standard, etc., rather than riches, even though what is of real value is the point. It's just beyond redundant here is my point. Who had the original problem with it? Who added "riches"? It reads fine without it.
I also have a "book review" (?) I've promised to write and to post. That's pending another matter though; so even though I'm working on it, I won't post it until I receive information I've been promised.
After those things, I'd like to revisit comments I've made around the Web. Perhaps I won't be able to visit them all, but there are some (many) I definitely want to revisit.
Blessings to all.
Don't hesitate in the interim to read older posts and pages and to leave comments to those and to other comments on the site.