Notably different, though, are original lyrics like “King Jesus, he’ll be driver when she comes” and “She’ll be loaded with bright angels when she comes.” “When the Chariot Comes” and, by extension, “She’ll Be Coming ‘Round the Mountain,” are both songs about the Rapture the day when Jesus comes back to earth to play favorites. “She” actually refers to the chariot he’ll be riding down to bring about the End of Days. You know, like how we give boats and cars feminine properties this is the same thing, just for Christ’s big ol’ Rapturous Red Flyer..
My wife and and I sat in front of “Little Hooties Dippen Parlor” in downtown Hoschton last Monday for an hour and marveled at all of the families out walking around having fun checking out all of the scarecrows. Lots of kids, all with big smiles. We spoke to everyone who walked by, but many said hello first.
As a result, Iraq’s Sunnis have for the past 18 months been in near constant revolt while Washington seemed to be looking the other way. They conducted sit ins, but instead of addressing their grievances, the al Maliki government responded with bombs, killing dozens in the process. Such policies drove Sunnis into the arms of radical Islamist groups and ultimately to a temporary alliance with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria..
On the days when I get really fearful, I say a tiny prayer. It’s called a breath prayer. During a series my pastor in Connecticut taught on the Beatitudes, he taught us how to say breath prayers short, gritty prayers that get right to the point. His message has inspired youth to join the front lines to combat some of the greatest issues of their times that are impacting their communities and future. Earth Guardians has grown to hundreds of youth led crews in over 30 countries. His work has been featured on PBS, Showtime, National Geographic, Rolling Stone, Upworthy, Aljazeera, The Guardian, Vogue, Bill Maher, The Daily Show, Skavlan, Q AJ+, CNN, MSNBC, HBO, VICE, and many more..
Buy supplies. Make a plan. Communicate with family members.The anticipated track for Erika shifted west Friday morning after the storm swept through Puerto Rico and Dominica, where hundreds of homes, bridges and roads were destroyed and least 20 people died.Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said in a televised address late Friday that “we have, in essence, to rebuild Dominica.”In Puerto Rico, Erika caused more than $16 million in damage to crops, including plantains, bananas and coffee.Meteorologist Dennis Feltgen, with the National Hurricane Center, characterized Erika as “weak and unorganized.” He said Hispaniola’s mountainous terrain could flatten Erika and lessen its potency.”If (Erika) doesn’t get past Hispaniola,” Feltgen said, “it’s a moot point.”Others seemed less convinced.”The problem is, the core of it hasn’t been moving over Hispaniola,” said WTSP 10 Weather chief meteorologist Jim Van Fleet.