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  • Originally posted by caligal View Post
    Cali was a sweet little female kitty I used to have. She got out one night and got hit by a hit and run driver. I used to call here caligal and she would come arunnin. She was soo very funny. I loved her.
    We have a little cat named Cali too Her full name is Calisto but we call her Cali or caligirl. She's such a petite little thing but quite the little fire ball!
    I'm sorry that your sweet Cali was run over. I would be heart broken if any of our cats were killed. I know they'll eventually die but I don't want them to be killed by a vehicle or a hawk. We live out in the country and so I'm always concerned about them being outside for long.
    I always thought you called yourself Cali girl because you live in Cali

    Originally posted by Tall Timbers View Post
    Tall Timbers is the name of the road I live on. I use it or a derivative for many of my online account ID's.
    I figured you went by tall timbers because you're really tall and you're surrounded by lots of timber.

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    • Was completely stuck for ideas, and was paying my work AHPRA registration bill at the time. Oz identifies my country. Thought.. why not Oz-ahpra, and being somewhat dyslexic it came out Ozaprah when I registered.. Turns out to be harpazo backwards... Seemed appropriate for a rapture site...

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      • Originally posted by Ozaprah View Post
        Was completely stuck for ideas, and was paying my work AHPRA registration bill at the time. Oz identifies my country. Thought.. why not Oz-ahpra, and being somewhat dyslexic it came out Ozaprah when I registered.. Turns out to be harpazo backwards... Seemed appropriate for a rapture site...
        Ok, this is my favorite one!! Thanks for sharing, Ozaprah!
        Luke 12:27 Consider the lilies, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; and yet I say to you, even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.

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        • Nineteenth Century publisher, "G. Morrish" but deliberately misspelled.

          Morrish published writings by J. N. Darby and others in that fellowship. In 1890 G. Morrish published the first edition of Darby's "New Translation" Bible. The print shop was located at 26 Paternoster Square in London and was active there until it was destroyed in the 1940 London Blitz.

          Marvin

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          • The number 248 is the number of Abraham in biblical Hebrew numerology. Also his covenant and the rapture is related through his message in faith and the Akedah. Felt significant to my motivations

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            • For me... it's my first name backwards. Yrrek... Kerry

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              • Mine is a character from a series of books that I read a long time ago called "The Seventh Sword" by Dave Duncan. I used to read fantasy a lot and the character was one of my favorites.

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                • Well, being a father of eight daughters, it is hard to maintain a level of composure especially when all of them a very independent and opinionated! So when I came across Proverbs 17:27, I said that's what I need to do! Believe me it is not easy, but whoever said that the Christian walk was easy? The narrow gate is small and the way is narrow.

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                  • Nice pick, Cool Spirit.

                    And Yrrek, now I understand!

                    Now that you've bumped this thread, been reading back... so many of our members from years past have dropped off the boards, praying they are all doing well. Miss seeing their posts. We'll have to get t-shirts or something in Heaven with our usernames on back so we can recognize each other!

                    Reading back through past my join date, i didn't see mine in here, tho I thought I had posted before may have missed it, but:

                    I'm a graphic designer, came out of school right when the whole digital revolution was starting in design, so it's a play on "pencil pusher" for a desk jockey. I spend my work time pushing pixels. So I made a quick logo out of it, working the Cross into the center.

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                    • Thanks for commenting. I thought my post would end up in that great bit bucket in the sky but, lo, someone noticed! It must be hard pushing and herding those pixels all day long. Neat logo. Yes the Cross is the center of our lives. Love the T-shirt idea but how will it be seen with our robes on?

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                      • I guess it came about because of my father. His email name was THP4JC. The first three letters are his initials and the 4JC is for Jesus Christ. I liked it so I choose to do the same. My full name is Christopher David Peterson and I am for Jesus Christ. Also dad would always put the ICHTHUS symbol (<><) at the end of his emails.It is a Greek word in the New Testament translated as "fish". As I was told, back in the days of the early church, when Christians were killed for there faith, it would be used to communicate your faith in Christ. If you met someone while traveling, while talking you would draw an arc in the dirt with your foot or a stick. If the other person you were speaking with drew an arc to complete the symbol, you then both new you were followers of Christ.
                        [SIGPIC]1 Peter 4:16
                        However, if you suffer as a Christian, do not be ashamed, but praise God that you bear that name.sigpic

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                        • Better is one day in your courts than a thousand elsewhere; I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God than dwell in the tents of the wicked. Psalm 84:10

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                          • Very cool, cdp4jc! Makes me wonder if the tribulation saints will have to do something similar to communicate that they're believers as well.

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                            • When you FACTOR in YAH in your life, He has you wash and grow in His Word, thus YahFactor.
                              Norman Labelle

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