The Bible For Today Update
Yvonne Sanborn Waite
July - August 2002
THESE ARE PERILOUS TIMES!
CHRISTIANS MUST BE VIGILANT
Satan is out to destroy Christians and their families!
Let us not be too proud to HUMBLE OURSELVES
Under the Mighty Hand of God!
I Peter 5:6-11
A GRADUATION TO REMEMBER
A LOVELY GIRL IN ROYAL BLUE
It had been a couple of years since we had flown
into Jacksonville. It was good to be there again! My husband and I had
been saving our "fly
miles" for such a day. I
can hear you asking, "What
was the occasion?" Let
me tell you. It was the high school graduation of one of our
granddaughters--we have five. This graduate is such a lovely girl in
face, form, and manner. I love her! SEEING HER HOLD HER DIPLOMA IN HER
HAND MADE HER ALL THE MORE BEAUTIFUL, I thought as I looked at her garbed
in that royal blue commencement gown. How proud Grandpa and I were of
A JAPANESE RESTAURANT--A FUN
After that Saturday afternoon of
"pomp and circumstance"--and
there was much of that for it was a LARGE graduating class! --Megan
wanted to go to a Japanese restaurant where the food was cooked before us
as we watched. Have you ever been to one of those places? It is "food entertainment"--that's
for sure! The cook dressed in red and white--tall hat and all--chopped,
diced, turned, and flipped our food on a steaming flat-grand-grill right
before our very eyes. He joked and made us laugh as he threw knives
around saying it was his first day on the job. He rolled an egg on a
spatula saying, "egg
roll"! It was
perfect--except he wasn't
Japanese. He was a tall Filipino. Oh well, the Japanese are too busy
making computers and cars to bother with entertainment-cooking such as
ICE CREAM FOR ALL
Even though we were stuffed, we still had to have
dessert! After all, it was a special occasion! So off we went to an ice
cream store. The graduate would have rather gone to a place where they
sell pastries but she didn't
insist. Grandpa--Dr. Waite to you--is partial to ice cream; and, he was
paying. So guess where we went? I forget the exact name of the place. It
had the word "Creamery"
in it! There before our eyes was any kind of ice cream one could ever
imagine--flavors we never could imagine and flavors we never would want
to image. With each order, the customer received one free topping which
was combined and mixed before our eyes into one big mass of ice cream and
pushed into a dish or cone. Grandpa's
eyes were bigger than his stomach (as they say). He ordered two dips
which proved more than he could handle at one sitting--especially after
the Japanese feasting, so he took his home for a later treat. What fun!
What memories! We must make them!
FORT CLINCH STATE PARK
AMELIA ISLAND, FLORIDA
When my husband and I discussed our plans to attend
Megan's graduation, we
decided to stay an extra day to enjoy the family. Megan & Kristen--the
graduate has a college-age sister--were busy on Monday, but our
son-in-law was on vacation. We all agreed that this would be a good day
to be with him and our daughter by ourselves. And it was.
"I want to take you to
Amelia Island, Mom," our
son-in-law said, "I want
you to see the Fort Clinch State Park and the fort there!"
I was eager to see Fort Clinch for he had sent me a brochure about it a
few years ago. It was located at the northern end of Amelia Island, at
the Florida-Georgia border. I'd
read about it with interest. I try to be interested in the things that
our children enjoy.
A PROTEIN DIET
been to forts before but never to one in Florida. It was hot! I took
pictures! IT WAS HOT! (We were told later that it was a record 101
degrees.) I have a picture of the store rooms where no matter what the
labels said on the cans, they all contained beans. The hard-tack bread
that many of us remember our grandparents talking about was hard as
cement. A dear older gentleman was our guide. He took a-liking to our
daughter. He was dressed like a Northern Civil War private. He said when
the hard bread was dunked in coffee or soup, the hot moisture would relax
the dough, freeing the captive bugs. They would float in the drink.
"That was all right,"
the private said, "It gave added protein!"
FORT NAMED AFTER GENERAL CLINCH
At first, the fort was a Confederate Fort, named
after General Duncan Lamont Clinch. He was an important figure in Florida's
Seminole War of the 1830's. I had never heard of him. Later it became a
Federal defense fortress.
Construction of the fort started in 1847
by the federal government and continued during the Civil War.
Occupied by Confederate forces when the war began in 1861, it was
taken by federal troops when a withdrawal was ordered by General
Robert E. Lee the following year.
FLAT TIRES WERE A DAILY EXPERIENCE
I asked questions of a ranger walking about. I
could tell he wanted to flee, but I kept asking questions. I'm
not sure if it were heat or me that made him want to escape. I finally
joined my family up yonder where they had walked. The man told me that
there was a railroad that brought passengers, not only to Jacksonville in
the early 1900's, but also all the way down to Miami. I was interested in
that because my parents, before I was born in 1927, journeyed to
Jacksonville in their new invention--a car--camping here and there all
the way down from Ohio to Jacksonville, Florida, and back. Flat tires
were often experienced. It was the usual thing of the day, it seemed. We
have pictures in my parent's
old photo books of the camp they set up with "lean-to's"
against the car--as well as shack-type shelters under Florida trees. My
Grandmother Sanborn made a life-long friend at that time. Her name was
Birdie. As a teen-age girl, I recall that Birdie and her son came to
visit Grandma after all those years of letter writing. (I have a tiny,
child-like blue antique hobble-glass mug that Birdie gave my grandmother
at that visit. I cherish it!) While camping way back when, my grandfather
made my grandmother a cupboard for her kitchen. My Mother spoke of it, in
her early diaries, as a highly-prized possession.
A FLAG POLE AND TUG BOATS
I took pictures at Fort Clinch of the other brick
buildings, the glorious stars and stripes flying in the heat, and the
guns poised for battle pointing out at the sea. In Civil War days, it was
around the flagpole that the soldiers gathered for Sunday worship--rain
or shine. MY, IT WAS HOT THAT DAY! Also, I have a picture of tug boats
bobbing in the Atlantic Ocean. IT WAS HOT! We saw them when we climbed
the ramp to view the beauty of the blue water. DID I MENTION: IT WAS HOT!
Later, we were told that when one sees the tug boats, it means the USA
submarines have either just gone out or they would soon be doing so, or
they could be coming back to their port. Found out that there was a
submarine base very near Fort Clinch. One of my granddaughter's
friends was stationed there. I would like to have seen the fleet; but
because it was so very hot, no one wanted to wait and watch--not even me.
THE BEAUTY OF THE BRICK WORK
One of the surprising things about Fort Clinch was
the beauty of the brick work. All the buildings that I remember were made
of red brick. Even though it was not someone's
home, the workmanship of the craftsmen of another century was more than
evident. Dr. Waite and I live in a brick house--so I am interested in
brick houses--especially old ones. Our house is built beautifully, if I
say so myself. This Florida fort has our own "Fort 900" beat. (My mother
always called our house here at 900 Park Avenue by that name.) If she
could only see us now and all that goes on between our walls, she would
know that she named it precisely!! Another very interesting thing was
when we were in the fort's
rooms--especially the ones where the soldiers would sleep or boom out
their cannons, a cool breeze flowed by our hot faces. Whoever designed
that space knew how to use the wind from the sea. I tell you, it was so
hot that day, that the perspiration rolled down my back. I was glad that
I was not dressed fancy. But, in that tall area, made for defense, the
breeze cooled me like the water cooler that I remembered we had in our
trailer-home at Dallas Theological Seminary fifty-four years ago.
A 77 YEAR-OLD PRIVATE & THE KING
Before I quit talking about the fort, I must tell
you about the seventy-seven year old man who was dressed as a Civil War
Federal private. That was his job, you know, to act as if he lived in the
Civil War times. I asked him what Bible version they used and was pleased
to hear, "THE KING JAMES
BIBLE!" I asked him if
he knew any Bible verses and he did--such as John 3:16 and others. He
quoted from Deuteronomy. This man, in real life, was a World War II
veteran who had received two purple hearts and other medals for bravely,
having fought in the Battle of the Bulge under General Patton. In real
life, he was a born-again Christian and a chaplain in some reserve group.
(The name I've
forgotten.) He is disabled and has a difficult time with recurring
memories of the war. He sleeps with the lights on at night lest the
shadows he sees appear to be the enemy coming towards him. Only fifteen
of his battalion lived. He was one of the fifteen.
The brochure booklet on Amelia Island reads, "Summertime on Amelia
Island means enjoying the great outdoors."But
I must say, it was difficult to do so the day we were there, for outside
in the fresh air, it was 101 degrees & upwards. On that June afternoon,
we four strolled the stores of old-fashioned Fernandina, Florida, partly
to get out of the heat and partly to shop. Such an enchanting town! In
1973 a 30-block area was named a Historic District in the National
Register of Historic Places. Later, in 1987, the District was enlarged to
include 50 more blocks to preserve its late Victorian architecture. The
whole place reminded me of Cape May right here in South Jersey.
REMEMBERING MY FATHER-IN-LAW
We ate lunch across the street from a quaint
railroad depot. It was Florida's
first cross-state railroad. I'm
sorry, I didn't get the
name of that restaurant. Was so glad to get into the air conditioned,
enclosed porch-like dining room that I forgot my job to mentally take
note of things. But, I did see several old-fashioned mirrors decorating
the wall as we walked to our table.
"A novel way to decorate a
wall," I thought. At our
table, while sipping my ice tea, I was comforted by the blue sky and look
of the cool water. Sail boats and small boats were docked to my left and
shrimp boats were coming home from a day's
work. It made me remember Vermilion, Ohio and our early years. I missed
my father-in-law. He was a boater.
A RETURN TO THE OLDEN DAYS
Before I cease my AMELIA ISLAND story, I want to
tell you of our brief stop at the ELIZABETH POINTE LODGE. Our Florida
family had spent a full day there one time last year, I think it was. Our
daughter wanted us to see the place. I could see why she enjoyed it so.
It was an old fashioned, rambling house reminding me of the days before
electricity and modern conveniences, a time of homemade lemonade and
sugar cookies on the high-board. I sat briefly on the porch in a white
rocking chair and looked at the sea. I wanted to stay longer. It had the
of the "olden days,"
leisure time, and a great, great grandmother. Guess what? Elizabeth
Pointe Lodge was only ten years old! My, those builders did a good job of
aging the new for the sake of nostalgia! I liked it!
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN TO
NEVER BEEN TO MANITOBA, CANADA BEFORE EITHER! Oh, I've
been to the Toronto area in Ontario--several cities there. Of course,
many of us have been to NIAGARA FALLS! My husband speaks
been in St Johns in New Brunswick--that area. In fact, a few dozen years
ago, a church in that city wanted Dr. Waite to be their pastor. I
remember I was sick at the time. I went in my room while my husband
wrestled with the will of God for him. I, personally, wanted to go; but, I
am glad that my husband had an ear tuned to God's
voice. We never would have had the DEFINED KING JAMES BIBLE or
scores and scores of other books and tracts that the Bible For Today has
produced since then. The defense of the Words of God would have had to
find another "champion."
Of course, God is able to thrust forth others into such harvesting; but
His will was for us to stay here in Collingswood and "endure
soldiers of Jesus Christ"
(2 Timothy 2:3).
GLAD THAT WE REMAINED IN OUR "PLACE"!
It has been hard. Are you right now tempted to flee your area of service?
stand your church, or the people in it, or the job you have, or the house
you live in--or even your spouse and children? Consider staying! It's
often easier to run, to move, to see new faces. That's
what Jacob did when he stole Esau's
birthright! He ran!!
LEARN STABILITY FROM A
WHAT IF THAT BIG
TREE IN YOUR YARD HAD NOT STAYED PLANTED RIGHT THERE WHERE IT IS
TODAY?--you know the one I mean. What if it had been pulled out as a
sapling or dug up and hauled to another person's
yard? What if? You wouldn't
have the benefit of its shade and beauty right now. There is something
good and almost beautiful about staying with the stuff--staying in a
marriage, for instance. My husband and I will be married fifty-four years
in August. (I can hardly believe it!) That means we stayed. I could fill
a book about our hard times!! It might have been easier to have picked up
our marbles and gone home to mamma. But now, we have a marriage that
people can look at and say, "THAT'S
PEOPLE CAN SEE SOMETHING OF SUBSTANCE! That's
what people want to see! That's
what Jesus had in mind when he talked about the house built upon a rock!
MY MOTHER, GERTRUDE G. SANBORN WROTE:
REMAIN IN PLACE
discontent and unhappy
And your place and
purpose grows dim,
There is always a
ship at Joppa,
If you don't
want to stay and win.
If you turn from
the task of the present
To follow a
There is always a
ship at Joppa
To take you from
where you are.
miss the blessing He gives you,
If you wander away
from His place,
a fare to be paid at Joppa,
If you do not remain
in your place!
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It was a FOUR DAY/SEVEN-HOURS-A-DAY-time of teaching! Whew! How
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I was very
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been trained to do topical preaching; I suppose accompanied with yelling
and theatrical stunts--I don't
know; but he began to realize the Holy Spirit did not bring the Word of
God to us in topics! No, the Word of God came to Holy men of old by the
Holy Spirit in words and sentences and truths and precepts. So now, for
most of his ministry Pastor Sullivant teaches verse by verse. This method
of teaching has brought his "new-born"babes spiritual growth, the kind of growth that topical preaching cannot
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We mothers are supposed to feed our children from all the basic food
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19. The Theological Heresies of Westcott and Hort
by DAW [#595, 52 pp. @ $4].
20. Bishop Westcott's
Clever Denial of the Bodily Resurrection of Christ [#1131, 56 pp. @
21. The Contemporary English Version (CEV) An
AntiChrist Version(ACV)? [#2721, 34 pp. @ $3].
22. A Brief Analysis of the NIV Inclusive Language
by DAW [#2768, 56 pp. @ $4]--Out of Print, but being printed
23. Foes of the King James Bible Refuted by
DAW [#2777, 158 pp. @ $7]
24. The Case for the King James Bible--A Summary
of the Evidence and Argument by DAW [#83, 96 pp. @ $7]
Warnings on Revision by DAW [#804, 120 pp. @ $7]
26. Central Seminary Refuted on Bible Versions
by DAW [#2926, 177 pp. @ $10]
27. Fundamentalist Distortions on Bible
Versions by DAW [#2928, 78 pp. @ $8]
28. Holes in the Holman Christian Standard
Bible--A Predictive Analysis of the Gospel of John 1-4 by DAW
[#2966 40 pp. @ $3]
29. Fundamentalist Misinformation on Bible Versions
by DAW [#2974, 144 pp. @ $7]
30. Dean Burgon Society Deserves Its Name--Ten
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31. First Peter--Preaching Verse By Verse by
DAW [#2945, 176 pp. @ $10]
32. Galatians--Preaching Verse By Verse by DAW
[#2955, 216 pp. @ $12]
Books by Other Writers
33. The Comparative Readability of the
Authorized Version by Mr. D. A. Waite, Jr. [#2671, 84 pp.
34. The Paraphrased Perversion of the
Bible--Analysis of the Living Version N.T. by Dr. Gene Nowlin [#127,
344 pp. @ $9]
35. Forever Settled by Dr.
Jack Moorman [#1428, 300 pp. @ $20]
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1 Peter 5:6-7