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"DECENDANT of GIANTS: The Tales of Sandrit's Seed", Renamed, editted and resubmitted, by original reviewauthor Stephanie(Sandrit)

by Stephanie Tardrew July 4, 2008

"The following Quote and Review/Reflection from the New King James Version of the Cannonised Bible ( NKJV) Deuteronomy Chapter 5: verses 15 - 20, were sourced and written by Stephanie ('Sandrit'); Deuteronomy Chapter 5: 15 And remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, and the LORD your God brought you out from there by a mighty hand and by an outstretched arm; therefore the LORD your God commanded you to keep the Sabbath day. 16 ' Honor your father and your mother, as the LORD your God has commanded you, that your days may be long, and that it may be well with you in the land which the LORD your God is giving you. 17 ' You shall not murder. 18 ' You shall not commit adultery. 19 ' You shall not steal. 20 ' You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor. ..."

"Review of (NKJV) Deuteronomy Chapter 5: verses 15 - 20", sourced and written by Stephanie ('Sandrit'):

"Reference to 'Egpyt' can and is construed in many (thinking) Christiandom circles as a metaphor/type/shadow for any form or kind of 'bondage (many examples of this kind of 'bondage/slavery' can be applied in the following arenas: psychological/personal/individual, physical, addictions/compulsions/vices, relational, vocational, spiritual,or envronmental; substandard status or circumstances in any (and many more unlisted examples, for the sake of brevity) of these previously listed areas are construed as types, kinds and or forms of bondage, or enslavement....In addition: we are called (not merely by SOVEREIGN GOD Himself, but by REVERENTIAL FEAR of the consequences associated with the immutable Holy Law of 'sowing and reaping; Quote (NKJV) Galatians 6:7 Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap (end quote)...In other words, where ever one finds oneself in this life, first of all Acknowledge God and in one's mindset paradigm, allow GOD TO BE GOD, He knows the beggining from the end and all in between, GOD IS GOOD, BUT HE IS ALSO RIGHTEOUS AND HOLY, He gave us HIS COMMANDS so that we would experience unending blessings, He is gracious and patient, but He reserves the right to put HIS FOOT down whenever HE decides that enough is enough."

"I'm a first generation Aussie; out of WWII: In the shadow of the ROCK", originally authored and editted by Stephanie ('Sandrit')

"My mum was born in Riga, Latvia in an underground bomb shelter in the midst of Nazi air strikes...Some things are worth fighting to uphold...Freedom is so sorely taken for granted in the West....My mum's dad (nick named: 'Sandrit') was a brilliant man, he was one of 6 children to a Latvian peasant couple...He was the only one to survive to adulthood, losing his siblings for the simple sake of lack of basic medical treatment...As a child, Sandrit once saw a piano in a shop window. Sandrit memorised the arrangement of the keys and later copied what he recalled onto a length of cardboard and taught himself over the pursuing years to 'play' it...Once arriving to adulthood and reaching Australia, one of his first major purchases was an upright piano...He (having never laid hands on a real one in his life beforehand, sat down and played as though he had played all his life)...The moral I see personally in this story, is: "The mind cannot distinguish between the 'REAL', nor the 'UNREAL'"...Sandrit is to me an earthen hero...I am honoured to be his heritege..."

"(KJV) 1Corinthians1:7 But God has chosen the foolish things of the world to put to shame the wise, and God has chosen the weak things of the world to put to shame the things which are mighty...(quote from: King James Version of the Bible: Letters to the Corinthians)"

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