Aloha Saints, Sinners, Family and Friends,
A little concerned about loading you up but this was too good to pass up, especially the last one. Now don’t cheat, read them all to you get to the last one, OK?
Home in Kealia is coming along nicely. Outside looks like “Dog Patch, USA” but inside is gently becoming a home. And looks like we will be starting work on the the carport and my study and some storage on Sat. Hope to have a nice quite place for writing and for counseling away from the house. Also want to put up some small cabins in the back yard for friends and family to use when coming to Capt. Cooks for a taste of old Hawaii. Also could use some live in help? Now to the good stuff: Love in Jesus, Ken<>< GREAT QUOTES on TRUE 'COMMITMENT' "Every Christian should be both conservative and radical; conservative in preserving the faith and radical in applying it." - John Stott "Many Christians 'stall out' in the faith when the call to total commitment is received or viewed as something too high or too hard to acquire...or they have never been taught that total commitment is Christ's demand for all His followers." - Chip Ingram "The Christian life is not adding Jesus to one's own way of life but renouncing that personal way of life for His and being willing to pay whatever cost that may require." - John MacArthur "More than once Jesus deliberately addressed certain issues that quickly diminished the number of onlookers. It was commitment that thinned the ranks." - Chuck Swindoll "You never hear Jesus say in Pilate's judgment hall one word that would let you imagine that He was sorry that He had undertaken so costly a sacrifice for us. ... you never hear a groan or a shriek that looks like Jesus is going back on His commitment." - Charles Spurgeon "It costs to be faithful. It cost Abraham the yielding up of his only son. It cost Esther to risk her own life. It cost Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego being put into a fiery furnace. It cost Stephen death by stoning. It cost Paul his life. Does it cost you anything to be faithful to your Lord and King?" - Anonymous "A wife who is 85 percent faithful to her husband is not faithful at all. There is no such thing as part-time loyalty to Jesus Christ." -Vance Havner