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A cardboard box lay on the floor in the corner of a room for several months. During that time, the cats inside the house tore off tiny pieces, a little bit each day, until there was hardly anything left. They did not seek permission, but took it upon themselves to tear this box apart. This video shows the progress of the cats as they destroy the box.
He wants to transform the so-called Israel into a global cyber power. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu makes it clear this cyber power is not for charity, but it is for investments: to make money, to gain riches and wealth from this temporal world. What happened to seeking the kingdom of God?
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If you enjoy watching videos and want more to watch while you increase your faith, I recommend to you a set of videos I personally watch and that I have no affiliation with, other than we have the same Lord (Jesus Christ).
Today we found the first eggs from our chickens raised at home. This is a first for me personally, as this year is the first that I have raised chickens.
See how the yolks from home chickens compare to store-bought eggs…
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Tyler (age 12) recorded and edited this video…
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Please allow me to tell you my story of how an angel of God gave me healing when I was sick.
The chickens eat pestilence on our property…
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My computer that runs Windows slowed down, and the CPU cycles went up, and the internet activity increased. It appears that the computer had a virus. Here is a summary of what happened and how the computer was fixed using a Live CD.
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We brought some chickens home this spring and they quickly learned to eat weeds…
It is interesting to see how people communicate using free radio. I received this FRS transmission in Arkansas. It sounded like a family at play while possibly the frustrated mother wanted the child to stop and take a bath.
I do not know these people, but they must live close to me because FRS is regulated by the FCC to transmit at low power.
The FRS (Family Radio Service) is a radio service that requires no license or monthly fee to use. Hannah and I went for a bike ride and communicated using the radios. You need fully charged batteries for these Motorola T5600 radios to transmit.
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