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The Peace of Zion a Trusted Cornerstone

So this is what the Sovereign LORD says: “See, I lay a stone in Zion, a tested stone, a precious cornerstone for a sure foundation

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All Is In God's Design

Now that the main work is done
It's time for some creativity and fun!




 Myrtle beside
wall of house


During the night I had a vision—and there before me was a man riding a red horse! He was standing among the myrtle trees in a ravine. Behind him were red, brown and white horses.  I asked, "What are these, my lord?" The angel who was talking with me answered, "I will show you what they are." Then the man standing among the myrtle trees explained, "They are the ones the LORD has sent to go throughout the earth." And they reported to the angel of the LORD, who was standing among the myrtle trees, "We have gone throughout the earth and found the whole world at rest and in peace."Then the angel of the LORD said, "LORD Almighty, how long will you withhold mercy from Jerusalem and from the towns of Judah, which you have been angry with these seventy years?" So the LORD spoke kind and comforting words to the angel who talked with me. Then the angel who was speaking to me said, "Proclaim this word: This is what the LORD Almighty says: ‘I am very jealous for Jerusalem and Zion, but I am very angry with the nations that feel secure. I was only a little angry, but they added to the calamity.’ "Therefore, this is what the LORD says: ‘I will return to Jerusalem with mercy, and there my house will be rebuilt. And the measuring line will be stretched out over Jerusalem,’ declares the LORD Almighty. "Proclaim further: This is what the LORD Almighty says: ‘My towns will again overflow with prosperity, and the LORD will again comfort Zion and choose Jerusalem.’ "



A large burrowing marsupial called a "badger" by some early white Australian settlers. Wombats are regarded with great affection by many (e.g. writer Jackie French), partly because they are easily house trained and recognise their pet name when it is spoken. However, they are also extremely stubborn and have a reputation for barging through or under any obstacle rather than figuring a way around it. This persistance has been elevated to the level of an urban myth that the walls of homes have collapsed into a wombat's burrow, leaving the family with a breezy view of the neighbouring paddocks (after the dust has settled). For more mundane information on this underestimated creature see here.

















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