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Jesus is in the Red

The Truth Will Set You Free – JESUS IS IN THE RED

Hosted by Linda Wattley

It is not every day you encounter a true man of God who does not use worldly techniques to spread the Gospel. Don C. Harris is indeed a humble man who at the same time is empowered to manifest the truths outlined in Jesus’ plan to empower us to be children of God to the max. When he speaks about the Word of God he does it with great conviction and certainty. Even if you are not looking to consider what he is saying, you will because truth is a power of its own.

Don is an author of several books and the Director of Think Red Ink Ministries International and he is host of daily broadcasts, TV and radio shows. Ever since he was a child, he had problems with the church institutions and how they portrayed God and the Bible. This unsettling dissatisfaction sent him on a journey to truth.

He stepped down out of the pulpit and for 23 years he traveled to all the states as well as to Alaska, Canada, Mexico, Nigeria and Israel looking for answers. Ultimately, he discovered: Jesus came to teach us to think!

This revelation brought THINK RED INK into existence which is his gift to the world to set people free from untruths about God and the Bible. It is believed that this revelation will go down in history as compared to the revelation of Martin Luther who sparked Great Reformation. His truths are so profound and a waste of time to challenge. Don is a man who keeps the commandments, yet refuses to be tied to the minutiae of legalism. He knows someone bigger than the book.

His disappointment, honesty, and a love of truth equipped him to decipher the mystery of the gospel. THINK RED INK is a game-changer, to say the least. It is the foundation of his books, ministries and his TV/Radio Shows where he daily shares truth from this amazing awakening.

Interview with Linda Wattley & Don Harris.

Mature by Don C Harris


      Mature (Audio) - Don C Harris


Hey old man. You in the mirror
What did you do with the boy?
The fresh faced kid who seemed much nearer
Before you came to annoy?

You look like him – and I know sometimes
You feel you still may be
In fleeting dreams and thoughts sublime
You may even think you’re he.

But you’re not, old man; the boy is gone
Never to see the sun
Never to kiss his forever love
Or play, or jump, or run.

Time (that thief) caught him away
Dimmed his smiling pearls
His giggle, his songs, his carefree way
His eye for pretty girls.

Time bartered for strength, gave him fatigue
White teeth for dingy rocks
Soul gambled and lost to selfish intrigue
Baldness he got for his locks

Cheated was this little guy
He never stood a chance
That Time would be kind, and pass him by
He stood – no shield, no lance.

Thoughts like bubbles of looming troubles
Effervesce behind your eyes
Hey old man what’s left for you
Since time demands, then flies?

You sorry you ran the lad at a lope?
And spent up all your youth?
The boy you chased could help you cope
Now that you’re long in the tooth.

Your eyes once light with future bright
Now red with dust and years
The sparkle’s darkened for want of sight
They’re hard for lack of tears

Is that our boy behind you?
May I talk with him?
I know, all to soon I’ll find you
Eclipsing him once again

You see, that’s me, What am I, Ten?
Though I can hardly remember
The boy I was, way back then
Too green to cut for timber.

What do you think of the road we took?
What do you think of your end?
We paddled our boat to the end of the brook
Avoided some rocks and bends.

The old man there, is us, little guy
No worse for wear I found
Did I do okay, did I do alright?
Did I get us there safe and sound?

I cheated you buddy, it wasn’t just age
I chased you away in fear
Your innocence kept me from turning the page
You seemed to keep God so near

Sorry, pal, for the man you see.
It’s you – after I got through.
I thought I was the best that I could be
Yet, giving no thought to you.

Blame me, selfish me
I knew better and did it
Before I knew, life was a spree
I felt I couldn’t quit it.

He’s quite a mess, that old coot
You and I turned out to be.
Ugly, broken, dying to boot
But, like it or not it’s you – it’s me.

Sorry ol’ pal, it’s the end
There’s still plenty to do
You’ll never be back to try it again
And I’m the old man – not you.

“Hey ya’ mind if I say somethin’?”
The youth appeals complaint.
“I know you feel like it’s the end
But I’m here to tell you – it ain’t.”

This old guy? I’m his biggest fan
Life ebbed his naiveté
When I played boy – he played man
While I stayed young everyday

In defense of my future – your past
Defending poor Tempus Fugit
You did well – we made life last
We wasted no time – we used it.

Drank to the dregs did we?
I hope that you enjoyed
Yours was a plan! – “no ennui!”
And we did it – The man and the boy!

You worked hard, I made you laugh
We found what girls were for
You tasted the life of God’s favorite sons
What want you yet? What’s more?

I had to hide, for the man to be bold
Yours is to stop complaining
You wouldn’t want to live as a seven year old
Not know to come in when it’s raining

Like medals of honor, your scars, are to see
And with ‘em you still have grin
You’re my hero, dear image of me
Uh, your eyes are twinkling again.

You can show me what’s wrong with the old man you are
All the stuff you may never do
But I’ll not slam him; to me he’s a star
After all – he’s me too.

The years are lean and scattered?
No, they’re fat and full of song
Want my complaint about those years
None were ever too long.

As far as making us enemies?
I’m afraid you are wrong because
Unavoidably he, is what I will be
And I am what he was.

The ol’ guy and I are one and the same;
Neither of us can gloat
We’re partners in life – no one to blame
Neither more worthy of note.

He doesn’t hate me for what I lacked
I don’t hate for what was done
It makes his smile when he looks back
And makes my future fun.

“Like… unringing a bell
Is regretting the bygone past
Making the present and future a hell.
For only the end is last.”

Hey old man, I’m lacking insult
You look better now that I’m sure
The boy has only become an adult
As I embrace “mature.”

WROL Boston 950 AM

“Think Red Ink” says author, Don C Harris.  Listen in as Catch A Vision Hosts, Suzie and Ally, come to understand the concept of red ink (the words of Jesus) i.e., thinking like Jesus.



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