Tuesday, June 18, 2013


What I am doing today

My son is home from school today, so he thinks my day belongs to him. We had our morning's devotion. He asked me to make him pancakes, scrambled eggs and bacon for breakfast. He did not like the no meat bacon I gave him. He prefers turkey bacon. I am trying to get him to eat healthy, but that is not working for my 10 year old. I will keep introducing new healthier foods and hope that one day he will chose to eat healthier.

He likes spending money too. He wants to go to Toys R US.

Health tip: Pay attention to your body's reaction to the foods you eat.

I have one more blog to write before I take him to the store. Read my blogs at www.paulinelewinson.com

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The Great Controversy

My blogging ceased for a while, but it is back and I plan to bring you some timely and inspirational information. I have always known that there is a controversy going on between God and satan. I have been reading a book that has made everything on this subject very clear to me. Here is an introductory excerpt from the book The Great Controversy, which was written in the 1900s by the most widely translated American author. “Before the entrance of sin, Adam enjoyed open communion with his Maker; but since man separated himself from God by transgression, the human race has been cut off from this high privilege. By the plan of redemption, however, a way has been opened whereby the inhabitants of the earth may still have connection with heaven. God has communicated with men by His Spirit, and divine light has been imparted to the world by revelations to His chosen servants. “Holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost.” 2 Peter 1:21. During the first twenty-five hundred years of human history, there was no written revelation. Those who had been taught of God, communicated their knowledge to others, and it was handed down from father to son, through successive generations. The preparation of the written word began in the time of Moses. Inspired revelations were then embodied in an inspired book. This work continued during the long period of sixteen hundred years—from Moses, the historian of creation and the law, to John, the recorder of the most sublime truths of the gospel. The Bible points to God as its author; yet it was written by human hands; and in the varied style of its different books it presents the characteristics of the several writers. The truths revealed are all “given by inspiration of God” (2 Timothy 3:16); yet they are expressed in the words of men. The Infinite One by His Holy Spirit has shed light into the minds and hearts of His servants. He has given dreams and visions, symbols and figures; and those to whom the truth was thus revealed have themselves embodied the thought in human language. The Ten Commandments were spoken by God Himself, and were written by His own hand. They are of divine, and not of human composition. But the Bible, with its God-given truths expressed in the language of men, presents a union of the divine and the human. Such a union existed in the nature of Christ, who was the Son of God and the Son of man. Thus it is true of the Bible, as it was of Christ, that, “the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us.” John 1:14. Written in different ages, by men who differed widely in rank and occupation, and in mental and spiritual endowments, the books of the Bible present a wide contrast in style, as well as a diversity in the nature of the subjects unfolded. Different forms of expression are employed by different writers; often the same truth is more strikingly presented by one than by another. And as several writers present a subject under varied aspects and relations, there may appear, to the superficial, careless, or prejudiced reader, to be discrepancy or contradiction, where the thoughtful, reverent student, with clearer insight, discerns the underlying harmony.”-EGW. www.pillarsoftransformation.com