All it takes to fly straight up is more thrust than weight, and you during last week have provided that on free downloads. With the previous week record of about 600, it seemed impossible to go last week with about 1800 free downloads; but you did it! Keep up the good work as it fulfills the goals of SunGrist online for outreach with MORE BIBLE, MORE WORLD, and “freely we have received, freely we give” by the grace and guidance of God and through His Son the Lord Jesus Christ.
NOTE: All you constituents have been carefully chosen, and the first 10 top downloads, indicate somewhat what you think is most important: (1) robots is simply the copying of web pages on the biblecombibleman website; (2) always a most popular download is a complete outline of the book of Jeremiah, based on Barclay and with the addition of notes and quotes; (3) faith and church is important to you, naturally; (4) Ephesians is a favorite book of the NT, summarizing the first 10 letters that Paul wrote; (5) NDT is a commentary on Jeremiah and AppendixNDT is the spillover in another complete book with the more appropriate title of “The Forever Kingdom”; (6) since the book is so large two parts are required; (7) the 17 downloads of the “Friends of Jesus” book is significant in that it is so many mega-bytes, and it honors next to Jesus and the Bible, the co-author Ann McMichael who through the years edited all the books; (8) a book on the “Life and 14 Letters of the Apostle Paul”; (9) and (10) also indicate two Bible subjects the public has some most interest at this critical time in history, that is The Second Coming of Christ and Science and Scripture. Hopefully the rest of the list of 1724 downloads of 165 books, chapters, and subject briefs, speaks for itself.
Newer profile for Scottish Corner Research and Photos to a fighting Highlander; however it would seem that they more accurately made contributions as farmers and Presbyterians, also contributing to the Scot and Scot-Irish pioneer spirit that made such a contribution to America. Often settlers would strive to use them as "arrow catchers" outside their own settlements. However, in search of land for a living, they were up to the task. The big rural Ulster scene reminds us of perhaps the main thrust for pioneering with a farm scene, courtesy of Scot in Ulster.
Of course even in Ulster they felt pressures against freedom of worship from the Anglicans and Irish Catholics.
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