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   THE INTERNET : OUR FINAL FRONTIER;
   YOUR LAST CHANCE?
   PART 1



Copyright 1994 - 2011 Endtime Prophecy Net

Published On : April 22, 1997

Last Updated : October 28, 2010

Is Internet A Final Frontier To Give People One Last Chance?,
Armageddon BBS, FidoNet History And BBS'ing, The Rise Of The
Internet, Demise Of FidoNet, Lure Of The Internet, Great Was
The Company, Brief History Of Our Online Ministry, Blessings
Through Obedience, God Will Provide Our Needs, Don't Question
God's Methods, Extent of God's Love And Mercy, Pride, Ego And
Self-Preservation, Our Moment Of Vulnerability In Privacy Of
Our Homes, Sharp Sword Of God's Word Pierces Our Hearts, Why
Does God Give People So Many Chances, God's Coming Judgment
And Wrath, Path Of Life And Path Of Death: Choose Right Path




In light of the fact that our Christian BBS -- Armageddon --
has been back online again since September of 2008, I felt
that it was appropriate to update this article regarding the
history of our online Christian ministry, beginning with our
Christian BBS, and our early presence on the FidoNet message
network, and then moving on to our website on the Internet.
In addition to discussing our early history with BBSing and
the FidoNet network, this article will emphasize my growing
realization that the Internet may very well be our final
frontier, insofar as Christian evangelism is concerned.

In other words, as I will be explaining in more detail later
on in this article, it is my personal belief that once other
missionary frontiers have closed, the Internet may provide
some people in closed countries with one last chance to here
the Christian Gospel. Once this frontier -- the Internet --
is closed to the Christian Gospel, that may be it, and many
people may not get another chance. So let us begin by going
back in time to the early 1990's, when I became involved with
the FidoNet network, and set up my first BBS, Armageddon.

For those of you who may be new to online communications,
there is a good possibility that you have never heard of
FidoNet. Briefly, back in the late 1980's and early 1990's,
FidoNet was arguably as popular as the Internet is today. In
fact, some people who are still diehard FidoNet members in
its waning hours, won't hesitate to inform the "unlearned",
that FidoNet was one of the precursors to the now-public
Internet. It was -- and still is -- comprised of individual
BBSes -- that is, Bulletin Board Services, or Bulletin Board
Systems -- which are run on private computers, and which are
networked together using terminal software via local, direct
telephone dial-up connections. Today, FidoNet BBSes are also
accessible over the Internet via the telnet protocol -- such
as our Armageddon BBS -- on port 23, which is the standard
telnet port. For more information regarding the Armageddon
BBS, please visit this webpage:

Armageddon Christian BBS Web Access Page

In other words, unlike today where the vast majority of us
must rely upon an ISP -- Internet Service Provider -- or at
least a LAN -- Local Area Network -- connection, in order to
connect to the Internet, there was no need for a middle man
back then, because the original FidoNet networks were run by
SysOps -- or System Operators -- who all generally lived in
the same city, town or general area. Connecting to another
computer in the network was simply a matter of making a
local telephone call -- via modem -- to a particular BBS.
Upon connecting to such a system, one could then obtain a
list of other local BBSes -- or nodes -- which formed a part
of that particular BBS network. Being as these were usually
local calls, there was no charge involved. In fact, in the
beginning, most -- if not all -- BBSes were run for free by
people who were dedicated to the hobby. How different from
today where everything revolves around money and profit.

As the acronym "BBS" implies, the primary purpose of a BBS
was to serve as a bulletin board, or message board, for the
users of the system, as well as for the other members of the
entire local network, via the exchange of message packets by
the SysOps. File-sharing also became an integral part of the
local BBS environment. While files were for the most part
free, many SysOps eventually found it necessary to implement
upload/download quotas in order to maintain a fresh stock of
interesting files for their BBS members. Sadly, even back
then, file leeches -- people who download a lot of files,
but who rarely upload anything in return -- were a problem.

Originally, FidoNet -- which was but one of such networks --
was confined to the United States of America and Canada. As
more local BBS networks joined FidoNet, it became necessary
to form various "stars" -- or hubs -- that served as message
relay stations between the various BBS networks which formed
a part of the overall FidoNet network. As I recall, there
were three such "stars" in the continental USA. If memory
serves me correctly, these three "stars" were located in
Texas, Pennsylvania and possibly California or Washington
State.

The people who administrated these hubs also worked together
to set the various policies which governed overall FidoNet
operations. There was a lot of politicking going on, and on
occasions there were problems. Some FidoNet message echoes
were also dominated by dictatorial, tyrannical types, who at
times acted like little "gods", and their word was law. If a
BBS visitor dared to challenge an echo moderator's word, or
worse yet, argued with them in public -- which was a serious
taboo within FidoNet -- it could easily lead to that user's
temporary, or even permanent, expulsion from participation
in that particular message conference; and it still happens
on occasion today, although with less frequency, being as
FidoNet is now only a shadow of its former self with a lot
fewer BBS participants.

On a few occasions, I have experienced this myself; but it
isn't because I have been disrespectful in any way; I simply
want to share my Christian faith with others, because it has
occurred to me that it may possibly be someone's only chance,
-- and maybe even their last chance -- to hear the Gospel of
Jesus Christ. Sadly, some echo moderators just don't want to
hear anything about it. They make their set of rules; and as
I said, a BBS visitor either chooses to abide by those rules,
or else. Sadly, even back then, Wicca, and other false belief
systems had already taken root within the online community. I
particularly noticed this amongst the military personnel who
appeared to operate a lot of the BBSes back then.

One thing is for certain; the FidoNet message conferences --
or echoes as they are known -- are dedicated to a variety of
topics and interests, and thus they serve as a springboard
for sharing quite a diversity of viewpoints. Whether it is
technocrats discussing the latest developments in computer
technology, or people interested in politics who are engaged
in debating the latest issues from a variety of political
perspectives, or young kids who are thoroughly absorbed in
the latest networked RPG's -- role-playing games -- or like
me, religious people who want to share their faith with the
world, or scientists and academia exchanging views on the
latest speculations and theories, or people talking about
their pets or hobbies, within the BBS world, it seems that
everyone is represented to one degree or another.

Once it became physically possible to exchange message data
packets via the Internet -- and thus cut down on the cost of
long distance phone calls between FidoNet hubs and adjoining
networks -- FidoNet grew even more, and began to expand to
other countries. As a result, it became necessary to divide
the online world into different zones, each one of which had
their coordinators, North America being Zone 1. Back during
its heyday, from about the late eighties to the mid nineties,
FidoNet was comprised of literally thousands of BBSes around
the world. I suppose that an exact number will really never
be known, being as BBSes were coming and going all the time,
and it was rather difficult to keep the nodelists up-to-date
in a realistic manner. I have no idea how many active BBSes
continue to exist today, but I am sure that they are not
nearly as many as twenty years ago.

Back during the mid to late nineties, while the rising star
of the Internet offered new growth opportunities for BBSing
and networks like FidoNet, it also signaled FidoNet's slow
decline from popularity, and in fact, its eventual demise,
due to the simple reason that FidoNet simply could not keep
up with the increasingly sophisticated -- and attractive --
technologies which were being developed specifically for the
Internet. Whereas BBSes have been limited to message boards,
online chat, XYZ modem file transfers, and sub-standard ANSI
graphics -- although us old-time BBSers still think that the
graphics we used were cool at the time, particularly those
which were animated -- the Internet hasn't faced these kinds
of limitations.

In addition to providing all of the above -- except for the
PC-ANSI graphics -- the high-speed Internet today offers us
live or pre-recorded streaming audio and video in the form of
news, sports, special events, video conferencing, Internet TV
and radio, worldwide web-cams, music, movie trailers and many
other forms of entertainment. For added special effects and
interactivity, webmasters also offer us Shockwave and Flash
movies, Java applets, CGI scripts, as well as a host of other
plug-in technologies which further enhance one's Internet
experience. Then, of course, there are social networks like
MySpace and Facebook, as well as Twitter, blogs, etc.

Clearly, the volume of information the Internet provides, --
whether the information happens to be factual, propaganda or
fantasy -- and the speed with which it delivers the data to
us, can't possibly be compared to the archaic FidoNet network
by any means. Whether we are looking for knowledge, or merely
entertainment, the Internet offers each online user instant
gratification -- a luxury which was not afforded to BBSers.
The Internet is an exotic -- and dangerous-- electronic world
full of motion, sounds and colors which immediately flood our
human senses; and it is a cyberworld where one can be whoever
he wishes to be regardless of the reality that surrounds him.
Sadly, a lot of Internet content does nothing to contribute
to the betterment of society because it fails to embrace high
moral standards; and as I noted earlier, a large part of it
now revolves around making a profit, and nothing more.

Yet, at the same time, I can see God's Hand, and His Wisdom,
behind the development of the Internet to some degree. While
a certain percentage of Internet content has been devoted to
things which in my view should be prohibited, we Christians
have not allowed Satan to steal the show entirely. Some of
us have availed ourselves of this new technology in order to
further the Work of the Lord, in the hope that more people
will come to a saving knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
While I don't have a precise figure, from my involvement in
Christian web rings, as well as from my general web surfing,
I am given the impression that there are currently thousands
of individual web sites which are dedicated to the sharing
of our Christian faith in some form. I am reminded of the
following verses:

"The Lord gave the word: great was the company of those that
published it."
Psalms 68:11, KJV

"And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the
world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end
come."
Matthew 24:14, KJV

It was from our humble beginnings as a local BBS, exploring
the frontier of FidoNet, that our current online Christian
outreach ministry evolved. After serving as a missionary for
about fifteen years, first in my native country, and then in
several foreign nations as well, I eventually settled in my
current locale during the mid 1980's, where I continued in a
door-to-door and street ministry for a time. But towards the
end of the eighties, I grew rather backslidden in my ways and
left my first love for the Lord's Work. Instead of preaching
the Gospel of Christ full-time as I had been doing, I became
involved in various secular jobs; first working as a radio DJ
and a security guard, and then as a pet store manager. After
being laid off due to a change in ownership, I started my own
aquarium design and maintenance business, which was featured
twice in our local newspaper. However, that business faltered,
which I now believe was by God's design.

In spite of my waywardness, God wasn't through with me yet.
It was through one of those jobs that I was introduced to my
first computer: a Macintosh Classic. That was in 1990. By
today's standards, the Classic is a very ancient machine;
and nowadays, most people just throw them away, or give them
away for spare parts. Back then though, having a black and
white nine inch monitor with a CPU speeding along at about
fourteen megahertz as I recall, was something to behold; and
need I tell you about our "super-fast" 1200 baud modems of
the time? Well, by early 1993, I was finally able to buy my
very first computer: a Macintosh LC III. This came with a
fourteen inch, 256-color monitor, a 25 mhz CPU, 4 megabytes
of RAM, and a 160 megabyte hard drive. I even purchased a
black and white laser printer to go along with it. Boy was I
moving up in the world. Yes, I know. I can hear some of you
chuckling from here, as you work on your 3 GHZ machine with
a 27" monitor, 8 GB of RAM and a 2 TB hard drive.

It was towards the end of that same year that I first heard
about BBSing; and before long, I managed to borrow an Apple
modem from a friend of mine. For those of you who complain
about the slow speed of today's dial-up connections, imagine
if you can, moving along at 300 to 1200 baud with an Apple
modem. Of course, at the time, it didn't seem slow, because
we had nothing faster with which to compare it; and just
being online was a wonder in itself. Eventually, I acquired
a 2400 baud modem as a trade-off for a desktop Christmas
lights program at a local Macintosh Users Group meeting. It
didn't even come with a modem cable, but I was happy. Later,
I moved on to a 14.4 modem, followed by a 56K modem. As fast
as that seemed at the time, it obviously could not compare
to the DSL line that we later acquired, which was followed
by the 7 Megabit cable modem connection that we have today.

At the time, I had no idea that I could actually operate my
own BBS, so I was happy with just posting messages on the
local boards. But even then, God was already beginning to
stir up my spirit again, as I just couldn't keep away from
preaching the Gospel. It was during early 1994, after having
gotten my feet wet in the BBS world, that I finally bought
the Hermes BBS software package, and started my own board,
which eventually became known as "The Treasure Trove BBS",
or "TTT BBS", due to its Christian content. The name of my
BBS was based on the following verse that is found in the
Gospel of Matthew:

"Then said he unto them, Therefore every scribe which is
instructed unto the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man
that is an householder, which bringeth forth out of his
treasure things new and old."
Matthew 13:52, KJV

Before long, I joined a local Christian BBS network, the
name of which I can no longer remember. It was through that
BBS network that I also became familiar with FidoNet; and
eventually, I began my own FidoNet message conference. That
FidoNet echo was actually the beginning of our worldwide
online Christian outreach ministry. In fact, it was at that
time that I began writing my first rudimentary articles. In
short, the BBS world was my missionary frontier at the time,
and I shared my faith with a passion; and made some quick
online enemies as well as a result of it.

During the same time that all of these events were occurring
in my own life, the Internet was also growing and gaining in
popularity; and as I mentioned earlier, it was just a matter
of time before BBSing and FidoNet would be overshadowed by
the same. The Lord knew that it was in my heart to spread
the Christian Gospel as far and as wide as possible via this
new medium; and after proving myself faithful with the BBS
for about three years, He finally opened the doors in late
Spring of 1997, when we finally acquired the financial means
to set up our first Christian web page. We had finally broken
into the still relatively new frontier of Internet Christian
evangelism, and more people would be given the chance to hear
the Gospel of Jesus Christ!

By today's standards, our site was a rather pitiful endeavor.
I knew very little about HTML coding in those days; and so,
design-wise, the site was not much different from primitive
ANSI graphics. However, with the Lord's help, I have learned,
and have slowly improved my website design skills, as well as
expanded our online presence; so that today our site -- which
is now known as Endtime Prophecy Net - offers an interesting
and inspiring assortment of options and materials, including
a wide selection of Bible-based commentaries, as well as many
useful Bible study tools -- such as a number of dictionaries
and encyclopedias, an online King James Version Bible, Hebrew
and Greek lexicons, a custom-designed search engine, hundreds
of topic-specific King James Version Bible verse lists -- and
our Endtime Prophecy Net Messageboard, our Endtime Prophecy
Net Chatroom, and our Endtime Prophecy Net Guestbook.

As you may already know, in addition to our Endtime Prophecy
Net web site, we also operate a small Christian mailing list
known as EDGE -- or Endtime Discussion Group Exchange -- as
well as our "Armageddon" file server. The "Armageddon" file
server is in effect a modern BBS system which takes advantage
of a regular GUI -- or Graphical User Interface -- as opposed
to the archaic PC-ANSI graphics that are used on our BBS. The
"Armageddon" file server offers file transfers -- primarily
of a Christian nature -- live chat and newsgroups. It can be
accessed by both Macintosh and Windows users, simply by using
the free FreeShare client -- available from software sites
such as VersionTracker -- or by using the now-discontinued
Hotline client. Also, as I mentioned in the opening paragraph
of this article, since September of 2008, we have also been
running our Armageddon Christian BBS again, for those of you
who may be interested in taking a peek at our "primitive" roots.

In September of 2010, I embarked on a new journey, and a new
technological adventure, when I delved into the world of what
are known as topsites. Topsites are basically links sites on
which visitors to member sites can vote for sites, in order
to raise that site's position on a topsites list. Prior to
this point, my primary web design experience had been with
standard HTML 4.0 code, as well as limited experience with
using javascripts and PERL scripts. However, in order to set
up our new topsites list -- Top Christian Sites -- I had to
learn entirely new skills, including the basics of PHP, and
setting up a mySQL server. After hours, days and even weeks
of frustration, as I endeavored to grasp these new concepts,
and confronted this new learning curve head-on, our topsites
list -- Top Christian Sites -- finally went online, and as of
this writing, has almost two dozen members after being online
for barely a month. Hopefully, things will only continue to
get better for this new phase of our ministry.

As I look back now, I can truly see how the Lord has guided
us, and provided for us, as we have sought to do His Will. I
am reminded of verses such as the following, where the Lord
promises to provide for us, when we seek first His Kingdom,
by being faithful witnesses of His Word to the world:

"Behold, the LORD'S hand is not shortened, that it cannot
save; neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear:"
Isaiah 59:1, KJV

"Delight thyself also in the LORD; and he shall give thee
the desires of thine heart . . . I have been young, and now
am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his
seed begging bread."
Psalms 37:4, 25, KJV

"Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may
be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the
LORD of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven,
and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room
enough to receive it."
Malachi 3:10, KJV

"But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness;
and all these things shall be added unto you. Take therefore
no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought
for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil
thereof."
Matthew 6:33-34, KJV

"Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find;
knock, and it shall be opened unto you: For every one that
asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him
that knocketh it shall be opened . . . If ye then, being
evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how
much more shall your Father which is in heaven give good
things to them that ask him?"
Matthew 7:7-8, 11, KJV

"And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer,
believing, ye shall receive."
Matthew 21:22, KJV

"Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings, and not one
of them is forgotten before God? But even the very hairs of
your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of
more value than many sparrows."
Luke 12:6-7, KJV

"And he said unto his disciples, Therefore I say unto you,
Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat; neither
for the body, what ye shall put on. The life is more than
meat, and the body is more than raiment. Consider the
ravens: for they neither sow nor reap; which neither have
storehouse nor barn; and God feedeth them: how much more are
ye better than the fowls? And which of you with taking
thought can add to his stature one cubit? If ye then be not
able to do that thing which is least, why take ye thought
for the rest? Consider the lilies how they grow: they toil
not, they spin not; and yet I say unto you, that Solomon in
all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. If then God
so clothe the grass, which is to day in the field, and to
morrow is cast into the oven; how much more will he clothe
you, O ye of little faith? And seek not ye what ye shall
eat, or what ye shall drink, neither be ye of doubtful mind.
For all these things do the nations of the world seek after:
and your Father knoweth that ye have need of these things.
But rather seek ye the kingdom of God; and all these things
shall be added unto you."
Luke 12:22-31, KJV

"He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us
all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all
things?"
Romans 8:32, KJV

"But my God shall supply all your need according to his
riches in glory by Christ Jesus."
Philippians 4:19, KJV

"And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we
ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us: And if
we know that he hear us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we
have the petitions that we desired of him."
1 John 5:14-15, KJV

So I am extremely thankful for what God has done for us, as
well as through us. As the old saying goes, little is a lot
if God is in it; and it isn't until we take that first small
step of faith, that God can reveal the next step in His Plan
to us. His blessings come through our obedience to His Will,
as the previous verses clearly demonstrate. If you wish to
learn more about this subject, I encourage you to read some
of the other article that I have written, such as "Seek Ye
First The Kingdom Of God" and "Are You A Burning Ember For
The Lord?".

While some conservative Christians view the Internet -- and
computers in general for that matter -- as something evil and
of Satan which is to be avoided, I must ask such people: Who
are we to question the methods God makes available to us in
order to get the job done? It seems to me that in the final
waning hours of the current worldly system, the Lord would be
rather interested in seeing as many people as possible, come
to the knowledge of Salvation. Furthermore, it seems to me
that He would be willing to use whatever means are available
to us, in order to accomplish such an important goal -- such
as using computers and the Internet. As I mention in other
articles, such as in "Is Salvation Meant For All Men?", the
Apostle Peter wrote:

"The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men
count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not
willing that any should perish, but that all should come to
repentance."
2 Peter 3:9, KJV

The fact that God is even willing to reach down into the
privacy of people's homes, via their personal computers, in
order to try to deliver the Gospel message to them another
time, and give them another chance -- for some people, maybe
even a last chance -- is in my view, a very powerful sign of
His Love and Mercy. Even when organized religion has failed
to reach some people; even when popular radio and television
evangelists have failed to catch their ear; even when Gospel
tracts and street evangelism hasn't gotten through to them;
God is still trying to reach those people on a very personal
one-on-one level, in the privacy of their own homes; perhaps
even in the privacy of their own bedroom or study den where
their computer is located, late at night, when no one else is
watching, and no other distractions are present.

You see, under such conditions, there is no need to put on
the false image that some of us like to display in public. It
is sinful, human nature which causes us to create this false
impression of ourselves, and to build this wall of defenses
around ourselves, in order to preserve our pride, and protect
our inflated egos. We feel that we must meet the expectations
of others, or else prove to ourselves that we are better than
others; and so we pretend to be someone who we are really
not.

However, in the privacy of our own homes, we can lower our
defense mechanisms, and we can just be ourselves. We can be
honest with ourselves; and it is often precisely in such a
moment of human vulnerability, when we think that we're safe,
that God can strike our hearts with the hot, piercing truth
of His Word, when we least expect it. For example, perhaps we
"accidentally" come across a particular web site; or out of
curiosity, we decide to log on to a certain server, and wham!
. . . the Lord delivers the full Salvation message to us once
again, hoping that perhaps this time, we will be wise enough,
and maybe humble enough, to receive it. As the Apostle Paul
informs us:

"For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper
than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing
asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow,
and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the
heart."
Hebrews 4:12, KJV

God knows us, even better than we know ourselves; and He
knows the appointed time He has chosen for our Salvation. He
knows when we are finally ready, and willing, to receive the
free Gift of Salvation which He offers us. As I have stated
before, in some cases, the Lord has to allow certain people
to experience many hardships during their lives, in order to
break their pride, and bring them to a point where they can
be honest with themselves, as well as with Him, and truly
admit that they are sinners who are in need of forgiveness
and Salvation. Until such a moment of spiritual tenderness
arrives, all of the preaching in the world will fall upon
deaf ears. Why is God being so merciful to such people when
they have resisted His Spirit all of their lives? Why is He
giving them so many chances -- and even one last chance -- to
accept the Sacrifice of His dear Son? Perhaps the answer is
best summed up in verses such as the following:

"And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this
the judgment:"
Hebrews 9:27, KJV

"For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ;
that every one may receive the things done in his body,
according to that he hath done, whether it be good or bad."
2 Corinthians 5:10, KJV

"If thou, LORD, shouldest mark iniquities, O Lord, who shall
stand?" Psalms 130:3, KJV

"And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and
the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is
the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those
things which were written in the books, according to their
works. And the sea gave up the dead which were in it; and
death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them: and
they were judged every man according to their works. And
death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the
second death. And whosoever was not found written in the
book of life was cast into the lake of fire."
Revelation 20:12-15, KJV

You see, God knows the score even before it has been fully
declared, because He owns the Books. As such, He knows what
awaits us if we refuse to humble ourselves, and accept the
Sacrifice of His Son as Atonement for our sins. As wise King
Solomon once wrote:

"Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit
before a fall."
Proverbs 16:18, KJV

So I tend to believe that it is because of the tragic end
which He knows awaits those people who continue to cling to
their pride, that the Lord is making every effort possible
to reach them with the Gospel before it is too late. God is
willing to give them one last chance at Salvation, and that
includes reaching out to people via the Internet. Look at it
this way. Just like human parents, the Lord is a man of His
word. If He warns us that He is going to punish us if we do
not behave, then obviously,He has no choice but to fulfill
His word if we continue on in our belligerence. Thus it is
that we find verses like the following in the Bible:

"He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he
that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath
of God abideth on him."
John 3:36, KJV

"He that hath the Son hath life; and he that hath not the
Son of God hath not life."
1 John 5:12, KJV

"It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living
God . . . For our God is a consuming fire."
Hebrews 10:31, 12:29, KJV

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