Author Archives: Ed Hurst

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher

Scattered Biking Images

This is a combination of shots taken over a period of a week or so. Our first is the ramp up to the bridge Midwest City placed alongside SE 29th; it’s finally open for use. It was finished a couple … Continue reading

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Digging the Grave for Linux

Someday, I won’t be using Linux any more. First you have to understand why I use it now: It is the single best replacement for commercial operating systems. It is so for me, and for some of my tech support … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces 35

Just catching up some personal stuff here. The bike is all up and ready. I gave it a test run today on the River Trails out to Portland and back. I carry the small camera because most of my rides … Continue reading

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Targets Painted on Our Backs

We have one major advantage: We aren’t trying to change the world. We are merely tools for God to change people’s hearts. Nothing else we could do would make any difference. By awakening people to their true design and helping … Continue reading

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Taste the Powers

The world at large has no advantage over us. Try to understand: The core of what makes us truly alive in this world is that heart-led connection to Creation. But it is also our connection to the Creator. Once you … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — Matthew 23:1-12

Jesus goes off on the Scribes and Pharisees. However, we must understand His condemnation in the context. First, this bunch was part of the government. Thus, He offers unique advice to His listeners regarding how to handle governing authorities: Do … Continue reading

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Strap in Tight

Over the past few days I’ve been watching the turmoil in the mainstream Q support group. Losing their virtual gathering space at Reddit was quite a blow. The folks who managed that space tried moving to Voat, a similar service. … Continue reading

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