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Be fruitful, multiply, replenish and fill the earth.

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After reading about a Black female Tecky Chaplain on Wikipedia, I have decided upon a new title for myself. I am a
“Tecky Techno Urban Missionary Chaplain”



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From: the Strong's Talking Greek & Hebrew Dictionary, a Wordsearch.com free KJV Bible download.

Leasing
Hebrew Strong's Number: 3577
from (kazab); falsehood; literal (untruth) or
figurative (idol) :- deceitful, false, leasing, + liar, lie, lying.

Psalm
4:2 (KJV)
O ye sons of men, how long will ye turn my glory into shame? how longwill ye love vanity, and seek after leasing? Selah.

Psalm
5:6 (KJV)
Thou shalt destroy them that speak leasing: the LORD will abhor the bloody and deceitful man.

Paps
Greek Strong's Number: 3149
from the base of (massaomai); a (properly a female breast)

Luke 11:27-28 (KJV)
And it came to pass, as he spake, a certain woman of the company said unto Jesus, Blessed is the womb that bare thee, and the paps (properly female breast) which thou hast sucked…

Oh Give Thanks unto the LORD for He is good

The LORD is my Shepherd. I shall not want for He lay me down in green pastures. The grass is not greener on the other side.

Though I walk under the shadow of death He prepares meals for me in the midst of my enemies. His rod and His staff comfort me and protect me. Thank you LORD.

The KJV Bible has been banned because of too much weeping and gnashing of teeth.


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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The Heart of a Chaplain



I can’t separate the rest of me from my heart.
My mouth won’t let me.
My mouth will either say Something or not say Something.
He is a challenge for us all.
But mostly he is a challenge to Himself, mostly.



Height:
Tall enough to see
Over today's problems into a Future
Filled with the promises of God.
Short enough to duck
When the present is not so Promising.



Vision:
Clear and undistorted.
Tears are not unusual.
He is much like Jeremiah the Prophet.
He is able to read between the Lines.
He is blinded to distortion and Unbelief.



Hearing:
Can listen attentively for long Periods of time. Able to Distinguish between what is Essential and what is Superficial in conversations. Capable of hearing what is not s
Said—understanding the message behind the words. Talks too much often to Himself.
For others have not ears to Hear
What he has to say.



Voice:
Quick to speak of the grace of The Lord
Jesus Christ.
Often laughs.
He is able to communicate in The language
 Of earth and heaven.
Slow to turn issue over to God,
For he often knows not what The problem is. He figures God should know what to do,
And
If he wants the Chaplains Input
He will ask him for it.



Hands:
Ready to help support the Weak
 Twenty-four hours a day, Seven days a week. Ready to Help support the strong
Twenty-four hours a day, even days a week. Sometimes he Feels weak.
Sometimes he feels strong.
It keeps him busy.



Shoulders:
Broad enough to carry heavy Responsibilities. Weak enough To crawl into a corner of his Bed, And only God can Comfort him.
People expect him to be strong
And will wait until he is before They
Talk to him again,
And or bring their issues.
It is required and expected of Him
 To be an issue handler.

Feet:
Ready to walk anywhere in Order to share
The God of all comfort with The hurting.
Often seen trying on other People's shoes.
He does not always like how They fit.
He has no desire to try them On
They just end up on his feet.
He can’t get away from these stinking shoes For some Reason.
But he can’t respond to shoes That way
 At the time of wearing them.
His mouth and heart won’t let Him.
He has a fit some time later or
 Gets a big laugh out of it.
Some probably wonder
What he is laughing about?
Again, he is alone at the time.



Heart:
In love with God.
Full of compassion for others.
Yeah but God gets on is nerves Too.
Recently I have been able to tell him so. Maybe he likes me Now.
He didn’t mind Jonah Complaining.
When ministering
 You have to take all their shit!
When are you not Ministering?
If they hear you complain they Often ask, “Who are you Talking to?”
Gee, thanks for your Understanding and help. Now Will you please shut up!



Man, what kind of heart do I Have?
I shouldn’t think like that.
I guess Chaplains never Deserve a break
Any day now?
If they get one. Someone will Cut it short. Often they will Gang up
Against the poor Chaplain.
I guess they think I should not Get any rewards until I get to Heaven.


Spirit:
When the Spirit of the LORD comes upon my heart I will rise like the Prophet Elijah or the Judge Samson or the King David. And that was problematic for those men who were called according to Gods purpose. There are so many False Prophets and Philistines and Giants who make a mockery of God. Mostly though I live a Pauline lifestyle.
I do a lot of writing. 

Paul probably wished people would read his books too. At least he finally got published. And his works, included with the other books totaling 66 combined in a collection of short stories so-to-speak, became a world wide best seller, the Authorized King James Version Bible.
But of course, at the time Paul had to make and sell tents to earn a meager income. It is interesting, publishers say people are just not interested in short stories and are hard pressed to publish them in book format.
They say people prefer novels.
Huh???
All I am Able to write are SHORTS!


My Summary
Hey, who asked for the job anyway? Not me. While in training the Chaplain said to claim the title so I did. Man, I’ve been in too many Church’s to many times, too long. I just go ahead and do what they say. Next thing I know, I’m in trouble! Well I appreciate him giving me a title, no one else did. Besides I don’t even know what it means. I just found a set of articles on the Internet that I agree with.



Any-how-though, that makes the title even the more desirable to me. And I find it strange when people tell me I’m no Chaplain. And I don’t think they ever met one nor do they know what one is. Hey, I’ve been one since 1992? And I’m still trying to figure me out. On the other hand I get recruited by most everyone. And I never reply with an answer!



Nor do they give me any money. They just expect me to do things. It’s a good thing I’m frugal, I’d never get blessed by anyone. I still have to pay though. When I found this witty retort I had to add my two-cents. It’s kind of inspiring to a Chaplain.



What is a Chaplain?
Chaplains are caring, understanding and compassionate listeners. They are there to offer one-on-one, personal care and attention to those whose needs go beyond what the larger conference community can provide.



These are not certified professionals, but every-day people with a desire to serve their fellow human beings. The chaplain is one of the most important positions at a conference because of the emotionally supportive and spiritually nurturing role that they play in the con community as a whole.



Chaplain Winston

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I am a Community Chaplain (Helps Ministry) in Jackson, MS. I enjoy meeting new people and forming relationships which is ministry. I enjoy Public Preaching, writing about the Bible, discussing the Bible and most any contemporary topic. 

Winston, a graduate of Bay Cities Bible Institute, Communications major at Kaplan Online University 3.9 GPA was asked, “What did it take to become the type of writer you are? He replied he had to leave mother, father, and sister, etc. After believing Malachi and Paul, Winston figured, “Why not try all of Gods word the same way?” and the word of God hasn't failed him yet. He completed Clinical Pastoral Education (C.P.E.) now a Chaplain, and has been a Systems Programming Analyst, and traveled across the country job related and he even went on a tour of the White House. His life testimony also includes his journey from a large family with all needs met but not many wants. He also began a trek in ministry traveling across the country with his second wife. Then he continued with a trek through homelessness, shelters, and transitional homes. During his homeless trek he carried in his backpack a laptop he purchased and he began to learn how to write. After going through all the trials and tribulations associated with that life style he prayed, “LORD if you ever have me write another book please give me a roof over my head.” Well, he did and he’s completed a total of twenty-one books.