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Comment from: Mom [Visitor]

Ryan...you crack me up. I am so glad that "Doc" could laugh along with you - - or did he?

ood gay ay day o tay ou yay on say

09/15/05 @ 09:38
Comment from: Ryan Gwillim [Member] Email · www.ryangwillim.com

"ood gay ay day o tay ou yay on say"
My thoughts exactly.

He lauged, it was funny for both of us.

09/15/05 @ 09:47
Comment from: Ryan Gwillim [Member] Email · www.ryangwillim.com

Wow, I was totally unaware of that!


09/19/05 @ 08:30
Comment from: Wendy Johnson [Member] Email

Hesed is one of the most important concepts from the Old Testament carried forward into the New Testament.

It was part of every contractual relationship between humans and between humans and God. Consider the Samaritan, the woman at the well, the woman who tugged at Jesus' hem believing she would be healed. They each received hesed. I know that my relationship with God is dependent on His hesed for me!

The coolest thing I remember about hesed is this - it is an act that is never completed. One must "practice" hesed not "do" hesed. Practice implies our own imperfections and the need to continuously improve.

Gwillberto! Thanks for reminding me of hesed.

09/19/05 @ 16:37

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