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Baseball's Greatest Records

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 ==== ====Here you find The Greatest Book of All Timehttp://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006IC3C72/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=angelcaremove-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B006IC3C72 ==== ====In our day and age, we have the distinct privilege of reading the works of some of the finestauthors of all time. We work our way through the work of Edgar Allen Poe, and the hair on theback of our necks takes on a life of its own. We allow C.S. Lewis to pull us into a magical land ofmystery and the battle against good and evil. We travel along with Frodo as J.R.R. Tolkien paintsthe picture of a dangerous quest where the hopes of the entire world rest on the shoulders of oneyoung hobbit. And on and on the list goes. Writers who have such a way with words that theyliterally pull us into other worlds, leaving all reality behind. Yes, we are indeed blessed. But when I think of the world's greatest writer, my mind goes beyond the books on my bookshelf.In fact, my mind goes beyond the limits of this Earth, for my favorite writer is truly out of this world.If there were an award for the greatest writer of all time, the award would go to God. The Biblealone would win Him this title, but His written works go beyond even that. Words of Command In Exodus 20, God gave Moses the rules by which He desired His people to live. Not only wouldthese rules ensure order, but they would keep the people safe if they were obeyed. God did nottake these rules lightly, so they were engraved on a stone tablet which symbolizes stability andlongevity. Words of Condemnation In Daniel 5, God wrote on the wall in the midst of King Belshazzar's party. The message ofwarning was "MENE, MENE, TEKEL, UPHARSIN." The meaning was as follows: MENE-God hathnumbered thy kingdom, and finished it; TEKEL-Thou art weighed in the balances, and art foundwanting; PERES-Thy kingdom is divided, and given to the Medes and Persians. King Belshazzarwas a wicked man and made some very bad choices. Through the writing on the wall, God wasreminding everyone present (as well as all who would read it in the future) that sin will be dealtwith. Words of Compassion In John 8, a group of men brought an adulterous woman to Jesus. They threw the woman beforeJesus and questioned Him whether or not she should be stoned. "After all," they said, "Moses' lawsays that's what we should do." They were using God's own words to try to trick Jesus. Howfoolish! Without a word, Jesus stooped down and wrote something in the sand. The mencontinued to complain, so Jesus stood up and said, "Fine. Whichever of you is sinless may cast
the first stone." Then He stooped down and wrote in the sand again. Silence filled the air. The onlysound to be heard wass the woman's heavy breathing and the thud, thud, thud of rocks as themen dropped them to ground and walked away. The Bible doesn't tell us what Jesus wrote thatday. It could have been the Ten Commandments. It could have been a list of the accusers' sins. Itcould have been anything. But I believe with all my heart, whatever the message was, compassionwas the central theme. Words of Conversion Several places in the Bible, God speaks of a book of life. In fact, the Bible speaks of two differentbooks. While the Bible isn't specific on the description of these two books, from comparingScripture with Scripture, this is my take on it. One book was written before the foundation of theworld, and it contains the name of every person ever to be born. When people ultimately rejectChrist as their Savior, their names are blotted out of that book. The other book, I believe, is in aconstant state of being written. Each time a soul is saved, that person's name is written in thebook. In the end, the books will be identical. You may have your own opinion about the two books,and that's fine. What cannot be denied, however, is that both books are books detailing aconversion or a change. In essence, when we are saved, God writes our pardon, and we becomenew creatures. So, you see, while there are many great authors to choose from, in the end, there is really nocontest. God is the greatest writer of all time, and the best part is that His words are true and willremain true until the end of time... and beyond. Dana Rongione is a full-time Christian author and speaker living in Greenville, SC. She offers awide variety of products and services including devotionals, books, blogs, e-classes, and personalcoaching. For more information, visit her website. For daily encouragement, be sure to check out her blog, A Word Fitly Spoken.  Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Dana_Rongione  ==== ====Here you find The Greatest Book of All Time

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