Jul 6, 2015

4th of July

We went camping over the 4th with my family. It was a great time and Jake had a blast. Jake loves being in the water. He has no fear. He jumped off by himself into the water about 10 times. He didn't want to get out.

We camped out on the beach while we waited for the DNR to let us on the lake with the boat. Apparently, they only allow 28 boats on the lake and this place was PACKED..

The only thing that sucked was the bugs were horrible. This was the look we sported to keep the mosquitos from dive bombing out heads. 
Sydney and Martha

After a long weekend Jake and I spent Sunday reading and relaxing.

 Now we are back to reality after a long holiday weekend. This is Jake's last week of summer school and then he is off until September.


Steve Finnell said...


According to the Kentucky Masonic Monitor, Jesus and Hiram Abiff are both in fact redeemers of mankind.

Quote from Kentucky Monitor, page XV. "All antiquity solved the enigma of the existence of evil by supposing the existence of a Principle of Evil, of demons, fallen angels, an Ahriman, a Typhon, a Siva, or Satan, that first falling themselves, and plunged into misery and darkness, temped man, to his fall and brought sin into the world. All believed in a future life, to be attained by purification and trials; in state of successive states of reward and punishment; and in a Mediator or Redeemer by whom the evil Principle was to overcome and the Supreme Deity reconciled to His creatures. The belief was general that He was born of a virgin and suffer a painful death. The Hindus called him Krishna; the Chinese, Kiou-tse; the Persians, Sosioch; the Chaldeans, Dhouvanai; the Egyptians, Horus; Plato, Love; the Scandinavians, Balder; the Christians, Jesus; Masons, Hiram.

Is it possible to be a Christian with two redeemers, one being Jesus and the other being Hiram Abiff?

Acts 4:10-12...by the name of Jesus Christ....12 And there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men by which we must be saved.(NASB)

How is it possible to swear allegiance the the Masonic Lodge and be a followers of Jesus Christ?

It is impossible to be a Christian and a Mason, you have to be one or the other.

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Krysten Quiles said...

Ugh the bugs are SO BAD this year, I hate it. But otherwise it looks like you had a great time!

Krysten @ Why Girls Are Weird