Lost in Time

by Rev. Joel J. Chiri D.D.

Published 2004

Daniel 12:4 says, "But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased."
In the last days travel and knowledge will be greatly increased. In under 100 years man has gone from the horse, to the automobile; from walking, to air travel; and from looking into the sky, to visiting the moon. General Omar Bradley, upon hearing of the atomic bomb said, mankind has become an intellectual giant and a spiritual infant. We know more about killing than we do about living.
Scientists tell us that the some total of human knowledge doubles every few months; however, I wonder how much knowledge is lost every year.
In discussing the contents of this book with my wife, we were amazed how much of the information written here has vanished in only the last 50 years. Several of the things written about in this book, we grew up with as children living in South and Latin America. I am concerned that as man rushes headlong into eternity he is losing the concept of who he was, and were he came from.
"Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh...." Ecclesiastes 12:1.
Dr. Joel J Chiri

From the Table of Contents:

Salute No One by the Way
Let Me First Go Bury My Father
She Bathed His Feet With Tears
The Cursing of the Fig Tree
Like Whited Sepulchers
Heap Coals of Fire
Contentious Women
The Ointment of the Right Hand
Graven on the Palms of My Hand
The Lost Coin
Now We See Through a Glass Darkly
The White Stone
The Bruised Reed
Thou Shalt Not Remove Thy Neighbor's Landmark
While the Men Slept, the Enemy Sowed Tares
There Shall Meet You a Man With a Pitcher
Honour, Dishonour, Wrath, Clean, Chosen, and Mercy
My Bridle in Thy Lips
Preparing the Way of The King

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