I see men as trees

Mark 8:24 (KJV) 24 And he looked up, and said, I see men as trees, walking.

Into the lawlessness we go, lonely, dark, and deep. Promises, promises, the hordes sleep. Lonely, dark, and deep, miles and miles before I sleep. https://forthtell.wordpress.com/?s=Lonely

The Wood Between the Worlds | TIME | SPACE | ETERNITY | GOODNESS | TRUTH | BEAUTY https://perelandrakilns.wordpress.com/

Men As Trees – Post II | forthtell

Jesus, DNA, & The Bible



  1. Of Giant Men & Tree | Risen & Fallen

    Iconic Sequoia ‘Tunnel Tree’ Brought Down By California Storm : The Two-Way : NPR

    But, says Cahn, Israel didn’t take the cue. Instead, the response from the people in Isaiah 9:10 is one of defiance. The brick buildings were toppled, but they vowed to build bigger and better. The little sycamore trees may have been uprooted, but they vowed to plant bigger and better cedars in their place.
    Read more at http://mobile.wnd.com/2012/06/obama-fulfills-isaiah-910-prophecy-again/#TK08IzdbmebYifKx.99
    Obama ‘fulfills’ Isaiah 9:10 prophecy — again

    Psa 22:12
    Many bulls have compassed me: strong bulls of Bashan have beset me round

    Giant Bulls Eye

    Wild supercows return to Europe – CNN.com

    aurochs (n.)
    1766, misapplication to the European bison (Bos bison) of a word that actually refers to a species of wild ox (Bos ursus) that went extinct 17c., from German Aurochs, from Old High German urohso, from uro “aurochs” (cognate with Old English ur, Old Norse ürr), which is of unknown origin, + ohso “ox” (see ox). Latin urus and Greek ouros are Germanic loan-words.

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