The Language Jesus Lived in, Spoke and Teaches With

Gleaning The Scriptures

Have you ever been interested in learning a new language?  Did you know that God has told the world that His children will speak in tongues?  Would you like to learn a new tongue?

Learning a new tongue all starts with the alphabet.  Do you know where the alphabet got it’s name?  From the Hebrew language, that’s where. Mhmm, the origin of the word alphabet is nestled right in the Hebrew alphabet.  Alef is the first letter in Hebrew, and Beit (pronounced “Bet”) is the second.  That is why their languages alphabet is called the ” Alef Beit.”  Pretty neat.  See, you are already learning

The Hebrew language is very complicated, and unlike English and many other languages, every letter has it’s own number value and it’s very own meaning.  Take the letter Fey (pronounced “fay”) for instance. Fey is the seventeenth letter in the Alef Bet, It’s Gamatria value…

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Fats Domino RIP 1928 – 2017

The Immortal Jukebox

There are some sentences you know you will have to write one day.

Still you hope it wont be this year or next.

So, reluctantly and with regret, I write the following sentence.

Fats Domino, Rock ‘n’ Roll Forefather has died in his 90th year.

Thinking of all the immense pleasure his music has given me and millions of others I could not let such an event pass without a full salute from The Immortal Jukebox.

I also want to pay homage to the magnificent saxophonist Herb Hardesty who died just before Christmas last year.

That’s Herb you can hear soloing on, ‘Ain’t That A Shame’ and, ‘I’m Walking’ and that’s him too playing one of the most perfect parts in all Rock ‘n’ Roll on, ‘Blue Monday’.

I am also adding what may be my all time favourite Fats track – ‘Be My Guest’.

A record which beautifully illustrated…

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What to Do when your Computer Craps Out


It’s every student’s worst nightmare.

You turn on your laptop, expecting everything to be in proper working order and all you get is a blank screen – or worse, the blue screen of death. Or maybe you spilled coffee on the keyboard, or dropped your Macbook down the stairs.

However, it happened, your laptop just crapped out on you and you have assignments to complete, tests to study for, and a paper to write.

So now what?

The first thing we all do is panic. What could make more sense in a time like this? Computers are expensive to replace. Even the cheapest models cost several hundred dollars, and this can feel like thousands sucked out of your college fund and living expenses.

But at some point, you’ll have to pull yourself together and find solutions. So here are a few survival tips for that unfortunate moment, when your laptop craps…

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