Why is it that we so easily look at what was before, even in ages past (including biblical history), and somehow think that it really isn't relevant, or somehow doesn't apply to our present "modern" lives? If we are reflective and honest at all, we know that what has come before affects us constantly. Every one of the "modern" conveniences we have today are because of what someone else did in the past. Then someone took that, and built upon it, and then someone took that and built upon it further. The nearly incomprehensible computer programs that we use today for so much of our lives, began with someone using 0s and 1s in a new way. Those simple, earliest programs were then used to build more and more complex programs. The roads we drive on today were first just paths. Settlements then grew up around those paths, and then simple roads were built upon the paths, and then better roads followed, and finally now the roads are superhighways that are so often taken for granted.

No less the spiritual advantages we have today. The truth about who God is, and what He has done in this world, are not only things that He reveals to us directly, but truly is a compilation of not only His direct revelations to us, but as much or more what He has revealed to those in past times. To think that we don't owe a great debt to the past--is great folly.

With love,

Ricky Lee Jackson

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"He’s the new Joe the Plumber; now there's Rick the Doctor...
Some have joined Tea Parties, stormed town halls, others like family practice physician and country recording artist Ricky Lee Jackson have taken to the microphone... 
he wants his country back." 
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