Tuesday, February 2, 2010

1,335 Is Not A Lot

Before we got into the lesson this morning at the ladies Bible study one of the ladies asked a question about the 1290 days and the 1335 days mentioned at the end of the book of Daniel. It says that blessed is the one who comes to the 1335th day from the mid-point of the great tribulation. This amounts to 75 days more than the 3 and 1/2 years or 42 months of the second half of the tribulation. We really can only speculate about what is going to happen in these 75 days but for the one who has lived through the Great Tribulation that last 75 days will seem short compared to the 1260 which precede it. I am not sure if Ezekiel's temple will be built during that 75 day period or not but I am sure that if the Lord wants it finished in a matter of days it will be done.
We had some errands to run in Hillsboro this afternoon and got those done then headed for Henderson. Janie's dad wanted us to pick up a mixer to give to Charlcye for her birthday. We stopped and picked one up and while we were in Corsicana we went by Gander Mountain. I had been given a gift card so I picked up some things for hiking. When we got to Henderson we called and got the grocery list. The picture is of Janie picking up the milk.
Tomorrow I will rise early and work on my sermon for Wednesday night and sermon for Sunday. We will head back to Hillsboro after stopping in to check on Sis. Davis. I have a meeting at my office at the church Wednesday afternoon so will need to be back in Hillsboro by 3:00. Sis. Davis seems to be doing well. She was sick over the weekend but felt better today. Keep her in your prayers. God bless you.

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