Blog Archive: Francisco J Zubia

The following blogs, if any, are all of the blogs published by Francisco J Zubia @tohimbeglory

As we follow the story or stories in our book, I was refreshed that I was taken to another dimension. I was refreshed to ride with two gentlemen on their coach. And the experience was refreshing. I could not tell what they were saying or talking... read more
419 words · ~1 minute to read · published Feb 11, 2009
On our continuing story of an entourage of men on their way to London through the backlands of Druid land, a desolate area with winding difficult roads. On this trip we have two men who share something in commonthey want to ride on the firstclass... read more
489 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Feb 10, 2009
As I look outside today I see the snow flurries coming each one to a quiet landing outside in the cold environment which has gripped this morning. That's the kind of climate in the second look at our book. The wind is cold and the ground sparse... read more
479 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Feb 10, 2009
I picked up this book called "The System of the World" by Neal Stephenson. It cost me a whole lot one dollar and tax where applicable. At the store I prayed about it. Now why would I want to buy this book? Well I liked the title "The... read more
484 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Feb 09, 2009
The more we study Gods' word the more we see that Jesus is the bridge betweent the old testament and the new testament. To start with, God gave certain men to do the meticulous of engraving the work on the tabernacle. In the new testament Paul... read more
321 words · ~1 minute to read · published Feb 09, 2009
There was not devotional bible reading one time, like today so we took out a devotional reading from our book at home. The entry for this day focuses on the building of the tabernacle by Moses. God gives Moses strict instructions to build Everything... read more
436 words · ~1 minute to read · published Feb 06, 2009
The young ruler approached Jesus and asked, What shall I do to inherit eternal life?' and Jesus pointed out the commandments to him. And he said I've kept them all...' Good...' Said Jesus and now be perfect, sell all you have and give... read more
307 words · ~1 minute to read · published Feb 04, 2009
One of the most frustrating peices of information we are asked to assimilate is the idea that the temple of God is built by God alone. We cannot concieve the idea that God is having a 'solo' party in which he calls the guests, he dresses them... read more
291 words · ~1 minute to read · published Feb 02, 2009
Whenever we take an evening stroll, like if we could still do that. When our children play simple games in the street, like that still happened. If we sat to dinner together. That was long ago. But those thing will come back to us if we stick with the... read more
269 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 31, 2009
Sometime we make a mistake and try to see ourselves in the way others see us. And that is not good because sometime we as christians are an enigma to others outside the circle. And we hand around them becaue we live with them or work with them or are... read more
359 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 30, 2009
Sometimes we let our cares and concerns overtake us. In the parable of the sower, Jesus illustrates that the cares of this life and its worries choke the word and our spiritual life. I sometimes force myself to take up a hobby because I'm filled... read more
251 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 29, 2009
We certainly have a mystery when we study God's word. Looking at John 3, we meet Nicodemus and asking him about the rebirth one has a child of God. God takes great measures to feed to our spiritual life. The Samaritan woman makes is this... read more
436 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 28, 2009
I was working through my bible study questions and they were about the book of Leviticus. Quite an extensive repertoire of what is holy and not holy and gift offerings and the types. But one thing that came to my mind is that all of this things are... read more
344 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 26, 2009
Looking at Luke 14 there's is something that I'm always learning, and always forgetting and always being asked to come back to. Sometime we come to this chapter when we want answers to the purpose of some questions. Jesus goes to the home of a... read more
514 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 26, 2009
In every trek as we find we have to visit the out house'. Paul says that his former life as a Pharisee was that of being the "Dark Room" as this publication of Brazilian woman writes. Actually in Brazilian the Dark Room' can be a... read more
487 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 22, 2009
As we continue our literary trek, after being ambushed by the enemy a couple of days ago. So we come to our next town. And there's a surprise in this town. It may be pleasant for some to hear. Our next story is called "Changes: A love... read more
472 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 22, 2009
After suffering various trials, it finally came home to me what the Lord wanted to tell me. In Acts 14:22 it says, "...strengthening the disciples and encouraging them to remain true to the faith. We must go through many hardships to enter the... read more
319 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 22, 2009
One of the last towns, I think we are going to visit in our litery trek is a peice called ¨The Ceremony¨. Its about young native american who gets out of his village and goes into U.S. Army and learns the ¨white¨ culure and... read more
436 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 19, 2009
In the back roads of our literary trek we find this story called The Breadgivers" which just visits the local present predicament between following tradition of going in the pursuit of knowledge and self development and or having what we would... read more
482 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 15, 2009
I looking down through my literary trek and I came to town' of which I couldn't write about. And I thought what about my devotion to preach the gospel? It is said that we would persecuted and even blessed by bringing on controversial truth to... read more
410 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 15, 2009
Following our literary trek, we come to our next stop, "The city of Ladies". This is an interesting piece where the author wants to build a metamorphical city build on what she feels are the good virtues of women'. There are three women... read more
490 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 14, 2009
It was kind of late at night and I couldn't sleep. So I got up for a nightcap and I don't mean wine. I looked into my journal and thought what last thing the Lord wanted to tell me, since he never slumbers or is weary. I looked into a journal... read more
455 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 13, 2009
One of the most difficult subjects for a Christian is the subject of submition. And the question is how much does a soul submit to another with losing total sight of himself or herself in the process. When God through Moses gave the people the law, he... read more
365 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 13, 2009
In my trek to discover and examine literary works, I come across a piece called Beloved' which story I thought was significant. We'll spin ahead and say that Beloved' is a play on words like Favorite' or even Chosen'. In this... read more
509 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 11, 2009
Holy glorious God we give you thanks for this new day. I was going over biblical reference book about how God led the Israelites through the wilderness of Sin and the bitter waters of Marah. I marveled and its history that they never truly believed... read more
431 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 11, 2009