Surgery Update

Trapper's Corner
Another Lord's Day, and I am five days out from my double hernia surgery.  Now when I first wrote about my surgery, the title wasn't about my surgery at all, but rather about my "baby," the latest republication of the second of my workbooks about Bible books, this latest was my first attempt at such a venture in 1977.  The Revelation and the book of Daniel were the first books that I studied in 1965 as I searched for consistency in the 66 books we call The Bible.  It was in those books that my search was rewarded.  Historical external evidence coupled with clear distinct time lines of prophesy, put our Lord's Kingdom in the era of the Roman Caesars.  "In the days of these kings will the God of…
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New Bible Workbook Published May, 2020 – “Jesus’ Letter”

New Bible Workbook Published May, 2020 – “Jesus’ Letter”

Bible Basics, General, Trapper's Corner
Good morning, Readers:  Today may be a "thirteenth, but yesterday was a tough day for the Ol' Trapper!  Those of us guys who approach middle age, that is, over 65, well, there are more and more "docs" that we have to visit!  Yesterday was no exception for me.  Now you fellas know there are tests for our female friends, most of us are aware, and we'll NOT elaborate here today!  The happy news is, us guys get into the picture as we almost "grow up." There are proddings and poking's and step on this scale, and hold your arm steady while I poke this needle right there..ooops, ok, right there, hmmm, let's try your other arm!!  You know, I'm sure. Sooo, my prodding Doc, love the guy, but he's been…
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Trapper’s Manly Haircut Simplification

Trapper’s Manly Haircut Simplification

Trapper's Corner
Please forgive me, but I’ve been trying to keep Trapper from invading this “inner sanctum” of advice and encouragement for some time now.  Trapper has been my nickname for many years, fondly taken from the profession of my Mom’s dad, John Tyler Kidder, Sr.  He was a full blown genuine woodsman, President of the Maine Trapper’s Association for many years, in the early to mid 1900’s.  He raised my Mom and two boys by trapping numerous types of animals and guiding fisherman in the summers.  They lived deep in the woods of western Maine in a small two story “camp” perched on the side of Bald Mountain, looking down on “Mooselookmeguntik” Lake. Yes, that is the real name of the lake.  We don’t know the name of the indian whose…
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