House Church Talk - Re: Fluid Church

R.L. Johnson rjohnson at
Mon Mar 22 11:38:38 EST 2004

I agree we need to consider the source of all waters.

Take care Jim,


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> RJ - I work in the water industry, per se.  Wastewater.
> So, what I see is this.  A fine stream can become a filthy stream not
> of being seen with only a very small input from a wastewater discharge.
> Isn't it interesting how perspective changes a person's point of view?
> see water from a totally different point of view.  I do a lot of white
> rafting and such.  Therefore I see water as mostly clean, pristine and
> of power.     When I think of water, I normally don't think of wastewater
> discharge.  :)

Then might we agree - we need to consider the source of all waters.. ha!

Remembering - only the water at the Source remains clean - all else down
stream becomes muddled...

After 2000 years, we still here our brethren call, "Let us go up to the
house of the Lord!"  \O/

JimP - kentucky


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