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Date: 03 Jan 2007 10:25:46
From: urelian
Subject: Teaching "The Handing Of The Ten Commandments To Moses Was More..." on 1-24-84
This Teaching says,
"There is no doubt that this one man,
Moses, had more opposition from people than
has ever been recorded, but as it is and always
has been God's Will, when it is truly God's
Will it penetrates so deeply into the proper
areas that nothing or no one can ever erase
His Will or bury it so deeply that it cannot
rise to the surface where it belongs."


TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH FRANCES M. KLUG ON
JANUARY 24,1984 AT 9:40 A.M.

"The handing of the Ten Commandments
to Moses was more than the passing from God
to man, words of such great importance, full
of meaning, that were so complete in
definition, instruction, direction, based on
wisdom, not just informative language that
would merely instruct.

We must never forget that these
powerful Commands were truly given by God,
instilled in a voluminous detailed definition of
each one, applicable to every area of man's
natural strengths, weaknesses, ability to
comprehend the importance of sound decision
to maintain sound values and sound standards
of living.

These Commandments were profound,
and yet entrusted to but one man whom God
had prepared, physically, mentally,
emotionally, spiritually. This man based his
own life on justice, service, love, humility,
honesty, sincerity, which gave him the firm
foundation to be the recipient, the guardian,
and the dispenser of such a Magnificent
Commission for all mankind, for all time.

One man entrusted by God to lead, to
direct, to stand in strength, in what, and in
for what was to be the basic structure of
spiritual behavior, and guide the civil code of
ethics for man to make laws from.

There is no doubt that this one man,
Moses, had more opposition from people than
has ever been recorded, but as it is and always
has been God's Will, when it is truly God's
Will it penetrates so deeply into the proper
areas that nothing or no one can ever erase
His Will or bury it so deeply that it cannot
rise to the surface where it belongs.

The Power of God's Will is
demonstrated throughout history by its
appearance, deliverance and perpetuity,
always based on the obedience, dedication and
commitment of one chosen individual who
does not and who cannot deny God the service
the task requires."

Saint Joseph's Hill Of Hope
Brea, California 92822 U.S.A.
www.TheMiracleOfStJoseph.org
All Revelations are delivered spontaneously
and continuously as witnessed by all those
present at the time.
=A9 Copyright 1996 FMK. All rights reserved.
This is used with the permission of the copyright holder.





 
Date: 04 Jan 2007 12:25:29
From:
Subject: Re: Teaching "The Handing Of The Ten Commandments To Moses Was More..." on 1-24-84

Johnny wrote:
> <mandtprice@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1167933549.806029.47040@s80g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> <snip />
> >Does this mean that God made only one
> >copy of a unique truth and then granted full rights to this guy?
>
> if only one copy was made then there'd be two including the original ;-)
>
> drink up!

Well yes, but my comment was in regards to the copyright statement for
the revelation; he claims to own full rights to something God gave to
him. My neighbor is asserting full rights to the leaf rake I loaned
him, and this would seem to fall into the same category. Do you
consider the thoughts in your head as having their own existence beyond
your self? Not a dig, but a real question, because if so then anything
you make a phyisical production of is then a second copy and not unique
to the universe.

Matthew

I'll stop now, I promise. BTW, the Nicro works much better on the
electric ranges I used while traveling during the holiday than on the
gas one at my house.



 
Date: 04 Jan 2007 09:59:09
From:
Subject: Re: Teaching "The Handing Of The Ten Commandments To Moses Was More..." on 1-24-84
> All Revelations are delivered spontaneously
> and continuously as witnessed by all those
> present at the time.
> =A9 Copyright 1996 FMK. All rights reserved.
> This is used with the permission of the copyright holder.

I am not a lawyer, but wouldn't a revelation by definition be a new
copy of another original work? Does this mean that God made only one
copy of a unique truth and then granted full rights to this guy?

If revelations are delivered spontaneously, does that mean that both
the revelator and witness made no prior plans for the event? God just
suddenly got an impulse to speak to you? How can you /not/ plan for
something that is continuous? Wouldn't you want to organize meals,
sleep and bathroom breaks around this?

Maybe the point was to drive me to my next cup of coffee just to get
through all the thoughts of what was meant to be a simple disclaimer.
Okay, so now it's on topic, but I still don't understand it.

Matthew



  
Date: 04 Jan 2007 11:18:23
From: Johnny
Subject: Re: Teaching "The Handing Of The Ten Commandments To Moses Was More..." on 1-24-84

<mandtprice@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1167933549.806029.47040@s80g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
<snip / >
>Does this mean that God made only one
>copy of a unique truth and then granted full rights to this guy?

if only one copy was made then there'd be two including the original ;-)

drink up!




 
Date: 03 Jan 2007 13:37:48
From: stefano65
Subject: Re: Teaching "The Handing Of The Ten Commandments To Moses Was More..." on 1-24-84
I'm sure that this will help us making a better espresso







urelian wrote:
> This Teaching says,
> "There is no doubt that this one man,
> Moses, had more opposition from people than
> has ever been recorded, but as it is and always
> has been God's Will, when it is truly God's
> Will it penetrates so deeply into the proper
> areas that nothing or no one can ever erase
> His Will or bury it so deeply that it cannot
> rise to the surface where it belongs."
>
>
> TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH FRANCES M. KLUG ON
> JANUARY 24,1984 AT 9:40 A.M.
>
> "The handing of the Ten Commandments
> to Moses was more than the passing from God
> to man, words of such great importance, full
> of meaning, that were so complete in
> definition, instruction, direction, based on
> wisdom, not just informative language that
> would merely instruct.
>
> We must never forget that these
> powerful Commands were truly given by God,
> instilled in a voluminous detailed definition of
> each one, applicable to every area of man's
> natural strengths, weaknesses, ability to
> comprehend the importance of sound decision
> to maintain sound values and sound standards
> of living.
>
> These Commandments were profound,
> and yet entrusted to but one man whom God
> had prepared, physically, mentally,
> emotionally, spiritually. This man based his
> own life on justice, service, love, humility,
> honesty, sincerity, which gave him the firm
> foundation to be the recipient, the guardian,
> and the dispenser of such a Magnificent
> Commission for all mankind, for all time.
>
> One man entrusted by God to lead, to
> direct, to stand in strength, in what, and in
> for what was to be the basic structure of
> spiritual behavior, and guide the civil code of
> ethics for man to make laws from.
>
> There is no doubt that this one man,
> Moses, had more opposition from people than
> has ever been recorded, but as it is and always
> has been God's Will, when it is truly God's
> Will it penetrates so deeply into the proper
> areas that nothing or no one can ever erase
> His Will or bury it so deeply that it cannot
> rise to the surface where it belongs.
>
> The Power of God's Will is
> demonstrated throughout history by its
> appearance, deliverance and perpetuity,
> always based on the obedience, dedication and
> commitment of one chosen individual who
> does not and who cannot deny God the service
> the task requires."
>
> Saint Joseph's Hill Of Hope
> Brea, California 92822 U.S.A.
> www.TheMiracleOfStJoseph.org
> All Revelations are delivered spontaneously
> and continuously as witnessed by all those
> present at the time.
> =A9 Copyright 1996 FMK. All rights reserved.
> This is used with the permission of the copyright holder.



  
Date: 03 Jan 2007 17:38:17
From: yetanotherBob
Subject: Re: Teaching "The Handing Of The Ten Commandments To Moses Was More..." on 1-24-84
I do believe(!) I've encountered the term "god shot" (with various
capitalizations) here in the past.

I'm sure there are at least a couple of highly-qualified baristas in the
world named Moses, who just don't get no respect.

The tenets of making fine espresso can certainly be captured in ten
commandments, no?

Perhaps the OP is on to something? (Could just as well be on something,
too, I guess.)

Bob
===================================
In article <1167860268.779006.130410@i80g2000cwc.googlegroups.com >,
espressocare@msn.com says...
> I'm sure that this will help us making a better espresso
>
>
>
> urelian wrote:
> > This Teaching says,
> > "There is no doubt that this one man,
> > Moses, had more opposition from people than
> > has ever been recorded, but as it is and always
> > has been God's Will, when it is truly God's

- snip -


   
Date: 03 Jan 2007 17:45:26
From: yetanotherBob
Subject: Re: Teaching "The Handing Of The Ten Commandments To Moses Was More..." on 1-24-84
Oh, and I forgot to mention: the fact that the guy didn't cross-post
gets points as well.

Bob
=============================
In article <MPG.2005fa6859ba8ffb98977b@news.erols.com >,
yetanotherbob@gmail.com says...
> I do believe(!) I've encountered the term "god shot" (with various
> capitalizations) here in the past.
>
> I'm sure there are at least a couple of highly-qualified baristas in the
> world named Moses, who just don't get no respect.
>
> The tenets of making fine espresso can certainly be captured in ten
> commandments, no?
>
> Perhaps the OP is on to something? (Could just as well be on something,
> too, I guess.)
>
> Bob
> ===================================
> In article <1167860268.779006.130410@i80g2000cwc.googlegroups.com>,
> espressocare@msn.com says...
> > I'm sure that this will help us making a better espresso
> >
> >
> >
> > urelian wrote:
> > > This Teaching says,
> > > "There is no doubt that this one man,
> > > Moses, had more opposition from people than
> > > has ever been recorded, but as it is and always
> > > has been God's Will, when it is truly God's
>
> - snip -
>