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Post by Stephe » Sun, 13 Jan 2008 23:23:14



I noticed it has been very quiet here lately.
So just to liven things up a bit I thought I
would wish everyone and their babies a great
weekend.
Yours truly,
Stephen and Princie :-)

 
 
 

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Post by Hilar » Mon, 14 Jan 2008 11:44:15



Quote:
>I noticed it has been very quiet here lately.
> So just to liven things up a bit I thought I
> would wish everyone and their babies a great
> weekend.
> Yours truly,
> Stephen and Princie :-)

Still just us the dogs and cats but were all ok here. Hows Princie doing?

:o)

--
Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com

 
 
 

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Post by Stephe » Tue, 15 Jan 2008 13:02:16


Princie has moved outside his house so he is closer to his food and water.
He has a very difficult time walking. The stroke did something to his right
side. He turns his head down and to the right when he moves and he also
moves in that direction as well. Sometimes he goes in circles as a result.
Its very depressing to watch. At other times he seems to overcome it a bit.
He still has his appetite. I put him in his playball once in a while when he
is up. But he just huddles and goes to sleep. He does seem to want to use
his ballie but he cant do much. Everyday, when he is awake, I take him out
and hold him and stroke his head and all to comfort him. He really likes
that.
I talk to him and let him know how much I care about him.
Thank you for asking.
:-)

Quote:



>> I noticed it has been very quiet here lately.
>> So just to liven things up a bit I thought I
>> would wish everyone and their babies a great
>> weekend.
>> Yours truly,
>> Stephen and Princie :-)

> Still just us the dogs and cats but were all ok here. Hows Princie doing?

> :o)

 
 
 

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Post by Piema » Wed, 16 Jan 2008 09:23:29


I just got back online after moving to a new house.
I had such problems getting connected and when we lost
our email addresses I thought I would lose my friends forever.
I'm so glad I can access the group again!!
I regret my absence and I hope all is well with all of you.
Steven, how is Princie doing?


  I noticed it has been very quiet here lately.
  So just to liven things up a bit I thought I
  would wish everyone and their babies a great
  weekend.
  Yours truly,
  Stephen and Princie :-)

 
 
 

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Post by Stephe » Wed, 16 Jan 2008 09:42:47


eyes
of the blind?"

The proofs which Jesus Christ and the apostles draw from Scripture are not
conclusive; for they say only that Moses foretold that a prophet should
come. But they do not thereby prove that this is He; and that is the whole
question. These passages, therefore, serve only to show that they are not
contrary to Scripture and that there appears no inconsistency, but not that
there is agreement. Now this is enough, namely, exclusion of inconsistency,
along with miracles.

There is a mutual duty between God and men. We must pardon Him this saying:
Quid debui?207 "Accuse me, " said God in Isaiah.

"God must fulfil His promises," etc.

Men owe it to God to accept the religion which He sends. God owes it to men
not to lead them into error. Now, they would be led into error, if the
workers of miracles announced a doctrine which should not appear evidently
false to the light of common sense, and if a greater worker of miracles had
not already wamed men not to believe them.

Thus, if there were divisions in the Church, and the Arians, for example,
who declared themselves founded on Scripture just as the Catholics, had done
miracles, and not the Catholics, men should have been led into error.

For, as a man, who announces to us the secrets of God, is not worthy to be
believed on his private authority, and that is why the ungodly doubt him; so
when a man, as a token of the communion which he has with God, raises the
dead, foretells the future, removes the seas, heals the sick, there is none

 
 
 

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Post by Stephe » Wed, 16 Jan 2008 13:19:36


I don't know how this got posted under my name
but I didn't post this religious stuff.
Stephen
PS I don't even have this on my system.

Quote:

> eyes
> of the blind?"

> The proofs which Jesus Christ and the apostles draw from Scripture are not
> conclusive; for they say only that Moses foretold that a prophet should
> come. But they do not thereby prove that this is He; and that is the whole
> question. These passages, therefore, serve only to show that they are not
> contrary to Scripture and that there appears no inconsistency, but not that
> there is agreement. Now this is enough, namely, exclusion of inconsistency,
> along with miracles.

> There is a mutual duty between God and men. We must pardon Him this saying:
> Quid debui?207 "Accuse me, " said God in Isaiah.

> "God must fulfil His promises," etc.

> Men owe it to God to accept the religion which He sends. God owes it to men
> not to lead them into error. Now, they would be led into error, if the
> workers of miracles announced a doctrine which should not appear evidently
> false to the light of common sense, and if a greater worker of miracles had
> not already wamed men not to believe them.

> Thus, if there were divisions in the Church, and the Arians, for example,
> who declared themselves founded on Scripture just as the Catholics, had done
> miracles, and not the Catholics, men should have been led into error.

> For, as a man, who announces to us the secrets of God, is not worthy to be
> believed on his private authority, and that is why the ungodly doubt him; so
> when a man, as a token of the communion which he has with God, raises the
> dead, foretells the future, removes the seas, heals the sick, there is none

 
 
 

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Post by Stephe » Wed, 16 Jan 2008 13:42:26


Princie is*** in there. He doesn't move around much, he generally
just sleeps near his food and water so he doesn't have move too far.
When he does try to move he tends to fall over to his right. I think
he had a stroke. I've been holding him and petting him and letting him
know I love him. I can tell he really likes that because he huddles in
a cozy position and he makes that clicking sound once in a while. I've
read somewhere that the clicking sound they make is equivalent to a
cats purring. He's still eating well too. He's a tough little guy. He's
about 43 months old now.
It's great to see that you are back. Thank you for asking about Princie.
Stephen

Quote:

> I just got back online after moving to a new house.
> I had such problems getting connected and when we lost
> our email addresses I thought I would lose my friends forever.
> I'm so glad I can access the group again!!
> I regret my absence and I hope all is well with all of you.
> Steven, how is Princie doing?



>     I noticed it has been very quiet here lately.
>     So just to liven things up a bit I thought I
>     would wish everyone and their babies a great
>     weekend.
>     Yours truly,
>     Stephen and Princie :-)

 
 
 

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Post by Steve Swif » Wed, 16 Jan 2008 20:42:24


Quote:

>    I don't know how this got posted under my name
> but I didn't post this religious stuff.

What kind of idiot are you? God posted it on your behalf. Did you think
that the being who created the Universe couldn't hack usenet?

In addition to this, he's given me a tiny, temporary, red blemish on the
palm of my left hand for all my sinful transgressions. He obviously
likes me. I'm not sure its reciprocated though, even though I'm getting
enormous pleasure from scratching the tint red blemish.

--
Steve Swift
http://www.swiftys.org.uk/swifty.html
http://www.ringers.org.uk

 
 
 

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Post by Stephe » Thu, 17 Jan 2008 16:08:18


Wow! I love the pictures of your cottage. The scenery breath taking.

Quote:


>>    I don't know how this got posted under my name
>> but I didn't post this religious stuff.

> What kind of idiot are you? God posted it on your behalf. Did you
> think that the being who created the Universe couldn't hack usenet?

> In addition to this, he's given me a tiny, temporary, red blemish on
> the palm of my left hand for all my sinful transgressions. He
> obviously likes me. I'm not sure its reciprocated though, even though
> I'm getting enormous pleasure from scratching the tint red blemish.

 
 
 

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Post by Piema » Wed, 23 Jan 2008 10:39:29


Yes, it does sound like a stroke.
Princie is sure luck to have you, a man with lots of love and patience

  Princie is*** in there. He doesn't move around much, he generally
  just sleeps near his food and water so he doesn't have move too far.
  When he does try to move he tends to fall over to his right. I think
  he had a stroke. I've been holding him and petting him and letting him
  know I love him. I can tell he really likes that because he huddles in
  a cozy position and he makes that clicking sound once in a while. I've
  read somewhere that the clicking sound they make is equivalent to a
  cats purring. He's still eating well too. He's a tough little guy. He's
  about 43 months old now.
  It's great to see that you are back. Thank you for asking about Princie.
  Stephen

    I just got back online after moving to a new house.
    I had such problems getting connected and when we lost
    our email addresses I thought I would lose my friends forever.
    I'm so glad I can access the group again!!
    I regret my absence and I hope all is well with all of you.
    Steven, how is Princie doing?


      I noticed it has been very quiet here lately.
      So just to liven things up a bit I thought I
      would wish everyone and their babies a great
      weekend.
      Yours truly,
      Stephen and Princie :-)