Jaime is working on reconstructing the blog. It's really in need of something more appealing, now that the template designer can be used. Expect it to look a little--errmmm--out of place and strange for a while!

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

My "IF" Page

If there is a creation, there is a creator.

there is a Heaven, there is also a Hell.

If something is true, it is always true no matter what you believe.

If you are a Christian, you WILL have a relationship with Jesus Christ. This includes praying as well as reading your Bible. What good is it to only talk to God through prayers if you don't let Him talk back to you through His Word?

If you say God is your father and you refuse to obey Him, then your father is not God but Satan. For Satan, from the beginning, refused to obey God and exalted himself above his Creator.

If the Bible distinctly says (in Matthew 24 verses 29 and 30) that
“Immediately after the tribulation.......the sign of the Son of Man will appear in heaven, and then all the tribes of the earth will mourn....."

then we should be able to see that AFTER the tribulation Jesus will come back for us. Note that "all the tribes of the earth" will see His coming.

If you follow your heart, don't be surprised when it leads you into a mess of trouble. Rather follow God.

If you love someone who is an unbeliever, then you WILL witness to them; you WILL warn them.

If God chose people to either go to Heaven or Hell-if He chose some to go to Heaven and some to go to Hell, then where is the love in that? Where is the love in choosing some to go to Hell and some to go to Heaven? Creating people for Hell. If this were the case, then wouldn't God be playing favorites? God is NOT like that. He loves every human being! He created all people and He wishes all to be saved according to 1 Timothy 2:3-4. I've posted the verse below.

"For this
is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Savior, who desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth."

If you are a born again believer, then you are dead to sin, alive to Christ. Here's the verse that goes along with that.

"Likewise you also, reckon yourselves to be dead indeed to sin, but alive to God in Christ Jesus our Lord." (Romans 6:11)

If God made all people, then HOW is one race better than the other. I'm not speaking of Israel; I speaking of racism. Also, all races came from one family: Noah's family. How then can one race of people be better than all the other races?

If we were created to serve God as Colossians 1:16 says, then why are some "Christians" serving themselves by sinning? We were created by God and for God not for ourselves and our sinful natures! If you follow God you will NOT sin. This is what baptism is all about! It is a symbol of dying to your old man and living to your new man. It is a symbol of what you do when you get saved! It is NOT a requirement to be saved! It is a symbol of when you get saved and how you give up your old ways to live your life for Christ! Here is Colossians 1:16 if you would like to read it.

"For by Him all things were created that are in heaven and that are on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or powers. All things were created through Him and for Him."


Courtney's Poems

Dancing Chance Has Ants
By Courtney Robinson

There once was a man named Chance

Who, everyone knew, could dance

When asked how he learned,

He just elvis turned

And said, "There are ants in my pants."

Frightened Ficklebard
By Courtney Robinson

The Sneaters fight bravely; the sneaters fight hard

Except for one Sneater, young Ficklebard.

Ficklebard stands watching, totally in a fright

Until a Snickerbob attacks him, and he wins the fight.

Land of the Canines
By Courtney Robinson

Dogs ride by me on their trikes.

Amazing that they could ride the little bikes.

I look towards the skate park and what do I see?

Even the puppies skateboard better than me.

A group of skating dogs zoom past.

How could they go so very fast?

Cars drive by, and who is driving?

In each car a barking canine.

What's going on?

The dogs even mow the lawn.

The human catcher sees me without a leash.

Here he comes, oh sheash.

As his net comes down upon me, I scream,

But then I wake up; it was only a dream.

By Courtney Robinson

Tiny creatures scrounge for crumbs.

They see my sub and beg like bums.

Laughing at the specks, I squash them with my thumbs.

Booming drums could be heard all around.

A fleet like pepper attack my ground.

I helplessly struggle to get away,

But these pepper-like soldiers hold me down.

The bugs tediously work, carrying the sub piece by piece.

I laugh and laugh at them,

Until finally they gag me with a stem.

A whistle blew.

And immediately a crew

Of body-building creatures like pepper corns

March in with booming horns.

Together they lift the sub without a struggle.

I giggled inside, thinking of them trying to push

The sub into their hole by the bush.

But to my disappointment I found

That they weren't trying to shove it in the ground.

Instead they gathered all of the colony

To enjoy a picnic of my precious sub with the greatest salami.

The Leaf
By Courtney Robinson

The leaf leaped off the tree,

Determined to be free.

As it glided to the ground,

It observed with a frown,

The grass was covered in dead leaves.

Fearsome Flannel
By Courtney Robinson

It came alive today, it did.

The Fearsome Flannel flew at me.

I ran and hid behind a tree,

But Fearsome Flannel wasn't deceived.

I started to run, but then I saw

That Fearsome Flannel wasn't fearsome at all.

The Bible
By Courtney Robinson

The Bible is a double-edged sword.

It dubs the righteous,

And pierces the wicked.

Life does it bring to those who obey,

Yet death will it give to the disobedient.

All who bear this sword undergo persecution,

But he who perseveres shall never see death.

So snatch up your sword, read it,

And destroy the enemy's work.


Tuesday, August 5, 2008


Just thought I'd post some of my drawings..........

Band of Warriors Cyrano de Bergerac

Boy with Braces

Family of Five

Two Men Talking


Monday, August 4, 2008

Chewy Ginger Cookies


1/2 c. butter, softened
1/4 c. oil
1 c. sugar
1 egg
1/4 c. molasses
2 1/4 c. flour
2 tsp. ground ginger
1 tsp. baking soda
3/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp. ground cloves


Beat butter, 1 cup sugar, oil, egg and molasses until well blended. In a separate bowl, mix together flour, ginger, cloves, baking soda and cinnamon. Mix dry and wet ingredients together. Shape dough into balls. Roll balls in sugar. Place balls on un-greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for ten minutes or until lightly browned and still puffed. Cool on cookie sheet for two minutes; remove to wire rack to cool completely. Makes 2 dozen.

-Jaime Robinson-

Sunday, August 3, 2008


His Kids Radio is a Christian radio station for kids. It's got some awesome music and radio shows. You can even enter their "Song Request Contest" which is where you enter in the song you want them to play and they draw out some requests and place them on the "Song Request Contest" page. It's pretty cool. They play some neat songs. You can listen to it on my site-stealthy2843.webs.com-or you can listen to it on the original site-hiskids.net. I'd put the station on here but it just looks horrible because of how big it is.......


Friday, August 1, 2008

My Parable-Type Writings

There was a beautiful flower that
died and blew away. When it died,
it left seeds behind. The seeds
grew and became even more brilliant
and beautiful than the first.

The first flower is like someone
who died for Christ. A person who
was not ashamed and who boldly
proclaimed the gospel. When
he/she was killed, others
were grafted into the family
of Christ. They were given
courage and boldness after
the first gave up his/her life
for Christ. God can take even
the worst circumstances and
use them for good.

Parents are like the covers of a book.
Children are like the pages of the book
and God is like the binder which holds
everything together. Without God,
you're incomplete. God keeps us

Christians are like canoes, and God
is like our paddles. He steers us
away from sin and towards our
future home with Christ.
Unbelievers are like canoes
without paddles; they drift
off into sin and finally destruction.

We are like trees. Satan and his demons
are like wood cutters who try to cut us down,
so they can throw us into the fires of hell.
If we call upon God, he will save us.
If we hold fast to Him, then Satan
and his forces of evil will not cut us down.
We must hold onto Jesus, otherwise
Satan WILL chop us down.

We, Christians, are like different types
of automobiles. God is like our motor;
He keeps us going,but if we don't
fill our gas tanks with the
Word of God, the Bible, we won't
be able to go anywhere. We
may be saved, but we won't grow
in our relationship with Him.
Anyone who loves God WILL want
to grow in their relationship with Him.
Both prayer as well as reading the
scripture are very important
in keeping our relationship
with our Savior.

Some people say that God
doesn't answer their prayers,
but he always answers prayer.
He does so in several different ways
such as: yes, no, wait, or for an
unbeliever, I can't hear you!
God answers the prayers of
true Christians, but rejects the
prayers of those who are
living their lives in sin.
Sin separates us from Christ.
We MUST REPENT of our sin
and follow Christ in
righteousness and truth,
FORSAKING our old man and
living our lives as examples
of Christ.

Jesus is our ticket to heaven,
but if we lose our ticket because
of sin, we will not be saved,
and we will go to hell unless
we repent and repurchase
our ticket.

Unbelievers are like filthy pigs;
they have the time of their lives
eating garbage and rotten food.
They roll around in their sin,
thinking they're just fine the way
they are, but when Farmer Satan comes,
they are slaughtered and feasted upon.

But those that are saved
are like sheep, protected by
Jesus, the good shepherd.

Toying with little sins is
like playing with matches.
Soon your whole life will be
caught on fire, for a few small
sparks can quickly become
a raging fire. If you repent
and call upon Fireman God,
he will put out the fire
and save you. You will
get burned if you play
with sin, but if you repent,
God will save you.

God is like our Commander.
He commands. We obey. When
He tells us to do something, we do it.
If anyone is not being obedient to
Christ, then he/she is NOT a
follower of God. We may
make mistakes, but if we
are living lives of sin, then
we are NOT Christians.
1 John 2:3-6 says:

Now by this we know that we know Him, if we keep His commandments. 4 He who says, “I know Him,” and does not keep His commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him. 5 But whoever keeps His word, truly the love of God is perfected in him. By this we know that we are in Him. 6 He who says he abides in Him ought himself also to walk just as He walked.

We are like unexperienced sailors. We try to
steer our lives away from sin, but we just can't.
When we get saved, Jesus takes over and steers our
lives in another direction. He leads us into
righteousness and truth rather than sin and
lawlessness. When we're ready, He hands the
steering wheel to us, and gives us a map, the Bible.
We must follow the map so that we do not steer
into sin which will eventually lead to our deaths.
We must follow and do everything the way the map
tells us to, otherwise we may not make it to our
destination, heaven, where we will have
everlasting life with Christ, our savior.


World's Best Sugar Cookies


1/2 c. butter
1/2 c. oil
1/2 c. white sugar
1/2 c. powdered sugar
1 egg
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. almond extract
1/2 tsp. cream of tartar
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. salt
2 1/2 c. flour


Cream sugars, butter and oil. Then add egg. Mix well. Mix other ingredients together, and add them to wet ingredients, mixing well. Roll in balls and press with glass dipped in sugar. (Get glass sticky by touching to the dough first.) Bake at 375 degrees, 10-12 minutes. Enjoy this recipe!

-Jaime Robinson-