|Purple Splash - from Weeks Roses.|
Our helper wanted to grow roses, and I had some extras. Two Purple Splash roses cost me $5 each, and I did not have a good place for them. He dug them up and placed them in his front yard. He was really catching onto the fun of watching plants grow. He already had a maple tree from the abundant crop in my gardens. He mulched the tree and protected it from stomping with a tire around it.
The rose wilted a bit from the transfer. One cane looked a bit questionable for a time. He demanded some flowers. I said, "Give it time to establish new roots." Then we had days of rain - and then more rain. He said, "You were right about rainwater. Nothing happened until it rain. I watered and watered it, but the rain made it grow and bloom."
I drive by his home when going to Walmart, and Purple Splash shows up perfectly with its white and purple flowers.
The man-made solutions are tap-water at best, and yet the entire denominational racket is aimed at all these methods and funded from offerings. The hucksters who promote their products promise everything and never deliver. Mark Jeske - the new Jester - gives the same idiotic talk every time he organizes a new conference promoting...Mark Jeske. His rant is - "We ran out of Germans, " a clever way of ignoring the efficacy of the Word in the liturgy, creeds, hymns, and Biblical sermons.
Pastors trusted in the Word in the old days because they had Gausewitz - instead of Larry Olson - guiding them.
Jester's solution is - Change. And yet this Isaiah passage promises three results from the Word of God, which is like the rain and snow from heaven in always being effective -
- The Word will never be devoid of results.
- The Word will always accomplish His purpose.
- The Word will always prosper His purpose.
|"Do not read that little Gausewitz catechism. That booklet|
is too small and simple. We have a big, expensive, and
verbose version for you - the Kuske blue book.
It corrects and improvesupon justification."