Sunday, July 13, 2008

Sundays ...can provide drink for the thirsty...

Are you thirsty for more?
More what?
Have you ever read Isaiah chapter 55?
Click on rosebud to read it!
It makes sense to me!

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

As the deer pants for the water - so my soul longs after You - Martin Nystrom - 8

But, what do You want?

Click on the picture
to find out what
Eric Mendoza wants!

I love You more than any other
So much more than anything

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Monday, June 30, 2008

As the deer pants for the water - so my soul longs after You - Martin Nystrom - 6

Ian Curtis and the name of his band... info from

In January 1978 the band became Joy Division. In November 1977 the London-based group Warsaw Pakt had released an album, so Warsaw decided to change their name to avoid being confused with another band. They chose the new name from a harrowing account of life in a concentration camp during World War 2. This book, The House of Dolls by Karol Cetinsky, is quoted by Ian in a spoken insert to the song No Love Lost. The Joy Division was the corps of young women kept in the camp for the pleasure of Nazi officers on leave.

Partly due to the name, Joy Division (and later New Order) often had problems with Nazi accusations spreading around in the press. These both puzzled and angered the band, and they did not wish to dignify them with a reply. Far from containing Nazi propaganda, their lyrics preach quite the contrary message. Many other punk bands used much more direct Nazi symbolism with much less press comment.

It is so sad when peoples lives are cut short as Ian's was.

You alone are the real joy Giver
and the apple of my eye.