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Title: WWYD ?
Post by: ColporteurK on January 11, 2016, 11:22:47 AM

Your mother is SDA. Your younger brother is not. You have little in common with him. He lives for drag racing.
Your mother is adamant that in order to get close to your brother you should spend an afternoon at the race track watching him race. "It's not a sin to go to the race track." What would be your response ?
Title: Re: WWYD ?
Post by: Carl on January 11, 2016, 11:57:17 AM

Your mother is SDA. Your younger brother is not. You have little in common with him. He lives for drag racing.
Your mother is adamant that in order to get close to your brother you should spend an afternoon at the race track watching him race. "It's not a sin to go to the race track." What would be your response ?

I would go and bring ear muffs. It's probably easier and have more weight when comes time to ease the way of the Lord on him. The Lord may open a way for you to reach him.

Drag racing used to be the only thing I did in my "youth"...haha!
Title: Re: WWYD ?
Post by: Ed Sutton on January 28, 2016, 02:54:23 PM
Take cards printed with   http://tenbookbucketlist.blogspot.com   (http://tenbookbucketlist.blogspot.com) to witness to the dragracing fans and their kids, and the drag racers and their family members.

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how are you, your kids, grandkids doing in school ? Here is a free phone \laptop \ PC app that will help them.  Bill Gotthard in the 1970's said memorizing Bible was responsible for improving his academic comprehension enough that over about a year of doing it he went from years of "F"s he went to "D"s then "C"s then "B"s then finally "A" and stayed that way as long as he was doing it.

These ten books are in pdf and mp3 to bimodal reading ( listening and seeing while reading together at the same time ) which is 5 times easier and sink in much deeper than reading or listen separately.  The nine books are by a little grandma from the late 1800's early 1900 who God talked to like I am talking to you, and she wrote what He said and showed her. 

Freely copy and use. I wrote it.   A high percentage load the app ( link ) on their phone
Ed
Title: Re: WWYD ?
Post by: ColporteurK on January 28, 2016, 06:14:53 PM

I had considered that, Ed. However, my brother would probably respond to that with something like, " that's all he thinks about. He can't even come and watch me race without pushing that stuff." On the other hand he might overlook that since I came to the track.
Title: Re: WWYD ?
Post by: newbie on January 28, 2016, 11:18:46 PM
Ed, I listen to the books as I walk...  it is great.
Title: Re: WWYD ?
Post by: Ed Sutton on January 29, 2016, 07:55:19 PM
from Cp
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   " that's all he thinks about. He can't even come and watch me race without pushing that stuff." 

Cp you could look at your brother and honestly say - going 140 mph in a few seconds satisfies you I get it, but I want to go fast enough to go 1600 light years in 7 days, with one day to rest and listen to Jesus preach and explain why, to billions of immortal shining glorified people wanting to know, as the vast conveyance glides down to visit our first sinless glory filled planet somewhere between this solar system and the Orion Nebula, to visit while we spend Sabbath with God face to face, before we continue on to New Jerusalem somewhere in the Orion Nebula.  The trip for Christ to come and get the redeemed from Earth and take them up to Heaven takes 7.5 days which is the gist of the statement in Revelation 8:1 and Revelation 22:14 .