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Glenn Kimball is an author, educator and lecturer Glenn Kimball is an author, educator and lecturer. He has successfully completed all course work for a Ph.D. in Communications. He was the former president of International Exchange School and has taught school at Southern Illinois University. He has been collecting ancient texts since the age of fifteen and is famous for being able to integrate very diverse texts into a contiguous story line. Due to the censorship of time and doubt, most of the documents and oral stories chronicling the early life of Jesus were destroyed, lost, or forgotten. After 25 years of research, during which Kimball visited museums, Indian tribes, medicine men, and universities, he assembled some of the missing links and unsolved mysteries of Christianity.

The Value of Husbandry
by Glenn Kimball

Posted: 13:00 April 16, 2007

I have to laugh sometimes when people come on the television and offer their opinions of world crisis as if they know what they are talking about. Stand back a moment and reason with me. The only thing you get from a news broadcast is a story about something that went horribly wrong. You rarely get a piece which talks about the efforts people take everyday to grow like the proverbial mustard seed in the Bible. You only get characters who behave on the edge of reason, rather than those who have trained themselves over time with values and respect. We hope our children grow up with values and respect, but we entertain ourselves with those who have neither. The world we hear about is a veneer of the truth, but not real. We hear those who are opposed to war, which is an honorable thing, but forget that peace has a price which is anything but peaceful.

We turn on our own as if we are to blame for the evils in the world, when if the truth could get a by-line we would understand that it is our own sense of respect which causes us to look inward first. We are quick to forget to blame those who would shed blood without thinking twice. God constantly demonstrated for us His need to keep the balance between good and evil and often pruned the vineyard and grafted fruitful branches onto healthy trees. We who are the caretakers of God's vineyard must remember the lessons of good husbandmen. You can't let the vineyard run wild and expect the yield to be what we hope it should be. In our efforts to grant freedom, we must remember the price of the husbandman.

I remember going to Egypt two years ago and inviting strategic partners to go with us to support a project we had taken careful time to envision and develop for the benefit of everyone on the trip. From the moment when it looked like we were moving aggressively towards a unified objective some of our strategic partners began to stand up in the meetings and take over the agendas for their personal interests. By the end of the trip most of our companions had gone their own way and had attempted to seize control of the original purpose. It was like watching many Dr. Jeckylls turn into Mr. Hydes right in front of our eyes. I see the same thing with political leaders in this country who take it upon themselves to take trips to the Middle East and speak to leaders of hostile countries as if they were representing the American people. The result is disastrous and weakens the image of the country abroad in the exact same way some of our friends weakened our purpose for our Egyptian trip to the extent that it fell apart.

Throughout history the political lines were erased at the moment of crisis, as they were on September 11th. How soon we forget? The leaders of the world have a responsibility to protect the children of the earth from those who would play games with nuclear weapons. This means that we can't let the bully play in the name of freedom. The bully will never play fare. It won't matter who we blame when the innocent are vaporized by the wicked. What will we tell God when he asks for an accounting of our stewardship over the vineyard?

The same thing happened at the time of Jesus. There were those who took it upon themselves to speak for Jesus and the movement who didn't have the right to do so. That condition persisted over centuries until the original movement of Jesus was buried within hundreds of fragmented belief systems. Digging out the original message of Jesus is one of the most difficult and politically charged efforts on the planet. Certainly Chase and I are not qualified to do that. The only thing we can do is to restore the original writings and hope that each of you begin to see the message of Jesus for yourselves. That is precisely the reason we have chosen the three classes for this month. The first class treats the subject of Prince Madoc: the Welsh Native American. This one class is perhaps the best documented pre-Columbian visit to the Americas. His brother was the proverbial King Arthur. King Arthur wore the banner of Christianity on his chest and had everything to do with the Americas. This is the first part of this story and it will shock you. We chose this subject because of one of the class members. He reminded us how critical it was. The second class for the month is the best of the classes to date. It returns to the story of Joseph of Arimathea. We have found his writings regarding the crucifixion. These writings are substantiated by the separate writings of Nicodemus, his best friend and by details which have gone unexplained for two thousand years. This is the best of the East stories. This one made me emotional. The last is the Egyptian accounts of Job. Job was not a mythical character. He was considered an Egyptian King. We tell you who he was and when he lived. This is a separate account from the Biblical tale.

This is the best story in history when it comes to teaching us about faith, obedience and in learning how to let the Lord lead our lives.
The story of Job is of particular interest to me because of what happened to us in Egypt. When we returned home I had a dream where I saw that someday in the future we would have dealings with the wonderful princess of Egypt. I couldn't imagine how that could ever be because the relationship between the princess and John and I was so completely ruined. It was as much my fault as anyone because I spoke out against what was happening and that offended the extremely gracious princess. However, in recent days we have run across a way to help the princess in something that is very important to her. She is now coming to America to discuss it with John. I will stand aside and let that happen because I don.t need to be the leader dictating the will of God. If I ever get the chance to tell the princess how much she means to me, I most certainly would love to do that. She has a role to play in the world that is critical for mankind and may I be the first to both understand and to acknowledge her efforts. It is amazing that when there is someone truly regal how wonderful they can be.

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