Caveat Emptor

In this writer’s view it is well worth a person’s while to invest the time to acquire a legal understanding and a hands on every day working knowledge of the principles of caveat emptor.

I suggest you investigate http://www.duhaime.org/legaldictionary/C/Caveat emptor.aspx

> a part of the English language since 1523 when it was used in connection with the sale of a horse. >  [ a very interesting read ]

> in a 1995 Supreme Court of Canada case Winnipeg Condo #36 v Bird Construction, the court adopted these words “The maxim . . . has lost little of the pristine force in the sale of land (and) dictates that   > [ read more ] “

> It is my humble opinion that the vast majority of Canadians drastically short change themselves daily if not every hour daily because of their lack of a clear understanding of principles for good, for Better and for the BEST daily living such as this caveat emptor.

> There is a lack of  agreement as to what is right or what is righteous and what is wrong.

> don’t blame the other guy for your bad luck, grow up and take adult responsibility . . . eh!

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Why did Moses put a veil over his face there in the wilderness? > why is there still a veil upon our hearts today?

> want to meet again?

> want to chit chat about the abundant life

> join me for a smoothie or we can do lunch . . . eh!

> bring your Bible so we can look at look at Exodus 33.3 ,34.33 and II Corinthians 3.16

> we can also look at Acts 7.60 and > ask for the wisdom to understand < James 1.5-6 >

> If God would have all men to be saved < 1Timothy 2. 3-4 >, what exactly is the problem?

> I was just drawn again to Matthew 18 > from the start all the way to the finish.

> as a natural man, we can not do what needs doing.

> We need God and God’s son in our life.

> what we need to do is (…) [..] >

> if we start with Mt.6.33

> “Who get’s it . . . eh?”

“I the LORD have called thee in righteousness, and will hold thine hand, and > ” – Isaiah 42.6

> Amos 3.3

> Mt. 18.19-20

> Join me for a morning smoothie or would you care to do lunch?

> not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, we could chit chat ….   ..  >

Today’s posting is ( . . . )  [ . . ]   > about seeking God and finding God and choosing life

> James 4.17  > James 2.10  > James 2.13   > Romans  9.32 > Hebrews 3.18 – 19

> Jeremiah 29.13  > Hebrews 11.6 > Deuteronomy 30.19

> Galatians 3.24 > Galatians 3.14 > Ephesians 3.4-13, 14, 15  > Zechariah 7.9-10

> Ephesians 4.32, 5.1-2 > John 13.34-35

> Ephesians 5.20-21

> Ephesians 6.4.

> II Corinthians 3.16

> Hebrews 4.16

> and more

Yes, I’m double minded and Yes I’m confused and much worse in countless ways, but nevertheless there is still hope ( . . . ) [ . . ] > and growing faith and soon love . . . eh!

Who can see what I see?

What does Hebrews 11.6 say to you?

“God is and is a rewarder of them that >”

Where does Romans 9.32 fit in your thinking?

What is the meaning of Galatians 3.14, 22 and 24 to you?

Who will carefully examine James 1. 5-6 with this “olde nut case”?

1. > (Amos 3.3)

2. > [Matthew 18.19-20]

3. > < Ephesians 4. 2, 3 -13 >

“Lord, am I hearing from God Our Father and am I hearing from You?”

> Psalms 46.10,      ( . . . )    > Isaiah 26.3    ( . . . )  [ . .  ] >      & > Isaiah 64.4

“Lord Jesus, what is still lacking in my understanding?”

Father, I thank You and I praise You!

Lord Jesus, I thank You and I praise You!

Thank You for pointing out Philippians 2.13-14 again today and then high lighting    both Ezekiel 46.9 and Hebrews 13.13.

Thank You for Your instructions and timely corrections, for all of Your endless patience and guidance and for a great abundance of  encouragement!

Thank You for giving me understanding and a growing desire to willingly obey.

Thank YOU for the hope and the growing faith and now the directive to love!

Ephesians 4.3 > Ephesians 4.13 > Ephesians 4.32 > Ephesians 5.1-2.

If and when two sheep are able to see eye to eye, then they could

examine Jeremiah 3.14-15 and Isaiah 1.19 together and

in Your presence > Matthew 18.19-20 . . . eh!

 

Consider how few Canadians may be chosen to enter into heaven and God’s promised land and consider the reasons why . . . eh!

Consider the numbers of the children of Israel who were led out of Egypt by Moses and acknowledge the fact that all but two were rejected.

Estimates of the numbers who came out of Egypt range from 2.5 to 3.5 million people.

Now, recognize the fact that only two were eventually allow into the promised land.

If the ratio is similar, perhaps there will be twenty (20) Canadians for all of Canada and perhaps two hundred (200) Americans for all of the United States of America.

Now you may be called and have many gifts but are you perfect and are you holy??

Since God has no respect of persons, why were the millions refused entry and only two eventually allowed in and then only after 40 hard years in the wilderness?

What was the BIG difference or what were the particular differences?

Would you be willing to be honest with yourself?

Could we be honest with each other?

We may reach an understanding!

unity > Ephesians 4.3

more > James 1.22 > Ephesians 4.13 – 5.2 > James 2 > Revelations 3 > Amos 3.3.

let us conclude today with a look at 1 Timothy 2  (…) [..]  >  verse 4  and verse 8.