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Monday, May 15th, 2006

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8:42a
Masai Creed
We believe in the one High God, who out of love created the beautiful world and everything good in it. He created man and wanted man to be happy in the world. God loves the world and every nation and tribe on the earth. We have known this High God in darkness, and now we know him in the light. God promised in the book of his word, the bible, that he would save the world and all the nations and tribes.

We believe that God made good his promise by sending his son, Jesus Christ, a man in the flesh, a Jew by tribe, born poor in a little village, who left his home and was always on safari doing good, curing people by the power of God, teaching about God and man, showing the meaning of religion is love. He was rejected by his people, tortured and nailed hands and feet to a cross, and died. He lay buried in the grave, but the hyenas did not touch him, and on the third day, he rose from the grave. He ascended to the skies. He is the Lord.

We believe that all our sins are forgiven through him. All who have faith in him must be sorry for their sins, be baptized in the Holy Spirit of God, live the rules of love and share the bread together in love, to announce the good news to others until Jesus comes again. We are waiting for him. He is alive. He lives. This we believe. Amen.
10:40p
My guardian angel is a techie: who knew?
My cell phone, which went in the river last Sunday, was dried out and worked fine by Tuesday last, but to turn it off I had to remove the battery; the switch didn't work. That was OK, but I was worried about how I would charge the battery when it ran low, since you're supposed to have it off when you do that.

This morning, I picked up my phone, and noticed that it was off, just as I reflexively squeezed the button to turn it on. It came right on, and immediately emitted a beep that meant the battery was low. So I turned it off, plugged it into the charger, and by this evening was all charged up again.

The phone works as if it had never gone in the river. Someone up there likes me. And he understands cell phones! (It's a miracle!)

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