About Crusty the Christian

I am a Christian writer. I write Devotionals and I write Christian fictional stories of Jesus Christ. My books can be found on www.lulu.com/gpiper.

000 to American Express … blakplak

Yоu mау nоt know me and yоu аrе prоbablу wоndеring why уоu аrе getting this е mail, right? I’m а hacker who crаcked уour deviсеs а fеw mоnths аgо.
I sent уоu an еmail frоm YOUR haсkеd асcоunt.
I setup а mаlwаrе оn the adult vids (pоrno) web-site аnd guеss what, уou visited this site to hаvе fun (уоu know what I mean).
Whilе yоu werе wаtching vidеоs, your intеrnet brоwsеr stаrted оut functioning аs a RDP (Remоtе Contrоl) having а keyloggеr which gаve mе аcсеssibilitу tо yоur screen аnd web cam. аftеr that, my softwаre prоgram оbtained all of уour соntacts аnd filеs.

Yоu entеrеd а pаsswоrds оn thе wеbsitеs you visitеd, аnd I intеrcеpted it.

Of соursе you сan will changе it, оr аlreadу сhаngеd it.
But it doеsn’t mаtter, my malware updated it еvery timе.

Whаt did I do?

I creаtеd a doublе-screеn vidеo. 1st pаrt shows thе videо you were watching (you’ve got a gоod tаstе hаha . . .), аnd 2nd part shоws thе reсоrding оf уоur wеb сam.
Do not try to find and dеstroy my virus! (All yоur datа is alreаdу uplоaded tо а remote sеrvеr) – Dо not try to соntаct with mе
– Variоus sесurity sеrvices will not help yоu; fоrmatting a disk or destroуing a dеvice will nоt help еithеr, sinсe your datа is аlrеаdу on a remоte sеrver.

I guarantеe уou that I will nоt disturb you again aftеr paymеnt, as yоu аre nоt my singlе victim. This is a hacker cоdе of honor.

Don’t be mad аt me, еvеrуоne has their own work.
еxaсtlу what shоuld уou dо?

Well, in my opinion, $595 (USD) is a fаir pricе fоr оur little sеcret. You’ll mаke the paуmеnt by Bitcоin (if уou do nоt know this, sеаrсh “how to buy bitсоin” in Gоoglе).

My Bitcоin wаllet Addrеss:
14JLSAk9TKR6hVFswC6oRPoeAcydSecLFX

(It is сAsE sеnsitivе, sо copy and pаstе it)

Impоrtаnt:
You hаvе 48 hоur in ordеr tо mаkе the pаymеnt. (I’ve a facebоok pixеl in this mail, and аt this mоmеnt I knоw thаt уоu havе rеad thrоugh this emаil messаgе).
Tо trаck thе reаding оf а mеssаge and thе actions in it, I usе thе faсebook pixеl. Thаnks tо thеm. (Everything that is used fоr the аuthoritiеs сan hеlp us.)
If I dо not get thе BitCoins, I will сеrtаinly sеnd out yоur video rесording tо all оf your cоntaсts including rеlаtives, соwоrkеrs, and sо on. Having said thаt, if I receivе thе payment, I’ll dеstroу the vidеo immidiately.
If уou nееd evidenсе, rеply with “Yеs!” аnd I will сеrtаinlу sеnd оut уour videо rесording tо yоur 6 соntacts. It is а non-negotiаblе оffer, that bеing sаid dоn’t wаste mу pеrsonal time and yours by rеsponding to this mеssаge.

Farewell

Friends are Forever
If the Lord’s the Lord of them
And a friend will not say never
‘Cause the welcome will not end
Though it’s hard to let you go
In the Father’s hands we know
That a lifetime’s not too long to live
as friends.

Friends are Friends Forever by Michael W Smith

Brother’s and Sister’s,

I am writing you to thank you for the journey we have shared together for so many years, we have walked a path together that has had many twists and turns. When I sat down many years ago to begin this journey I never dreamed that my life would be touched as much as it has been, never dreamed that Glory Seeds would become what it is. Your presence in my life has brought great joy to me as I have journeyed my path through many challenges, it has been through your presence and prayer that I have overcome those obstacles and have been victorious.

It is with both joy and sorrow that I am coming to you today, our journey has come to and end and now we must part. We have come to the point in our journey that brings us to a fork in the path. While I may not be with you physically, I will always be with you. In the sweet and sacred place that is within each and every one of us will still be together. When we started this journey together it was my dream that we could deepen our walk with God together, that could learn from each other. Today my challenge to you is that you not let the work end here, this family we have built together is just the beginning of a work that is greater than you or I. Pick up the torch and continue the race, we are a blessed people and need to be a blessing to others. We are blessed to be a blessing, it is our calling to go forth and fulfill that calling. My mission for you is to go forth and bless!

The time has come for us to part ways, however, this is not goodbye! I leave you with these parting words by M Dixson, As I travel down the paths of life, I long for the journey’s end for my destination is with m savior resting in the arms of my best friend.

Gary Piper Author of the Glory Seed Garden Devotional Obituary

So well said and done. Gracias.

On Sun, Apr 29, 2018, 6:42 PM David Brock <dbrock> wrote:

Adam:

I read this news today, as I’m sure did many, with a profound sense of loss and sadness. Gary will always be for me an exemplary, faith-filled disciple who believed deeply and through those beliefs ascribed in words and deeds, he blessed others abundantly. Through the difficult times (and there were so many as he struggled with his serious illness) as well as easier days, he was ever the same in declaring his trust in God and his assurance of God’s love for him. . . . and for every last one of us. And, he declared all those easy or difficult times “good times”…”God times!”

We don’t all know each other in this community which Gary reached out to day after day after week after month after year, but he generously invited us into his community and in some way we’ve all belonged to him and each other. Even on the days that I didn’t read his entry I knew that there for the taking, there for my nourishment, there for anyone who needed or wanted them, were wonderful words of life:

Sing them over again to me,
Wonderful words of life,
Let me more of their beauty see,
Wonderful words of life;
Words of life and beauty
Teach me faith and duty.

Refrain:
Beautiful words, wonderful words,
Wonderful words of life;
Beautiful words, wonderful words,
Wonderful words of life.

Special prayers of blessing to Patty and the family. And, prayers of thanksgiving for this good man and minister. I’ll miss him

In Christ,

David R. Brock

Subject: Gary Piper Author of the Glory Seed Garden Devotional Obituary

I wanted to make sure this got out to Gary’s readers. It saddens me to think we have lost a friend and such a supportive person, but he is where his true home is and I have to think that is where his heart truly belongs along side God. There is no way to say he is in a better place that will comfort those that lost him without sounding cliché and hearts will be broken over this loss. Gary was there to take over things for me when I was no longer able to keep up with NSMinistries.com and will be missed by the readers there as well. Please pray for his family and friends for the comfort they will need.

Thank you,

Adam Quigley

www.NSMinistries.com

http://pollockrandall.com/obituaries/13247

Gary G Piper

June 15th, 1946 to April 26th, 2018

Gary Gene Piper, 71, of Fort Gratiot, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, April 26, 2018.

He was born June 15, 1946 in Yale to the late Harley and Dorothy Piper. He married Patricia Booth on March 9, 1968 in Fort Gratiot.

Mr. Piper was employed with Mueller Brass Company for nearly 42 years. He was an evangelist with the Community of Christ Richmond Congregation and the author and creator of Glory Seeds Devotionals. Gary served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War and was a member of V.F.W. Charles Schoor Post #796. He was a former member of the Fort Gratiot Township Fire Department and was named Fireman of the Year in 1976.

He is survived by his wife, Patti; two sons, Troy (Patricia) Piper and Aaron Piper; two grandchildren, Ethan Fike and Dylan Piper; two great grandchildren, Colton and Oliver Fike; four siblings, Alan (Susan) Piper, Diane Brown, Randy Piper and Billy D. Piper (Barbara Atkins); a brother-in-law, Robert M. (Susan) Lambert; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two nieces, Jodi Piper and Cara Lambert.

Visitation will be 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in Pollock-Randall Funeral Home.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 in Wadhams Grove Community of Christ. Gary’s son, Pastor Troy Piper, will officiate.

Burial will be in Great Lakes National Cemetery, Holly. Military honors will be conducted by the U.S. Navy and the St. Clair County Allied Veterans Honor Guard.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Community of Christ, Richmond, or V.F.W. Charles Schoor Post #796. To send condolences, visit www.pollockrandall.com

Gary Piper Author of the Glory Seed Garden Devotional Obituary

Adam:

I read this news today, as I’m sure did many, with a profound sense of loss and sadness. Gary will always be for me an exemplary, faith-filled disciple who believed deeply and through those beliefs ascribed in words and deeds, he blessed others abundantly. Through the difficult times (and there were so many as he struggled with his serious illness) as well as easier days, he was ever the same in declaring his trust in God and his assurance of God’s love for him. . . . and for every last one of us. And, he declared all those easy or difficult times “good times”…”God times!”

We don’t all know each other in this community which Gary reached out to day after day after week after month after year, but he generously invited us into his community and in some way we’ve all belonged to him and each other. Even on the days that I didn’t read his entry I knew that there for the taking, there for my nourishment, there for anyone who needed or wanted them, were wonderful words of life:

Sing them over again to me,
Wonderful words of life,
Let me more of their beauty see,
Wonderful words of life;
Words of life and beauty
Teach me faith and duty.

Refrain:
Beautiful words, wonderful words,
Wonderful words of life;
Beautiful words, wonderful words,
Wonderful words of life.

Special prayers of blessing to Patty and the family. And, prayers of thanksgiving for this good man and minister. I’ll miss him

In Christ,

David R. Brock

Subject: Gary Piper Author of the Glory Seed Garden Devotional Obituary

I wanted to make sure this got out to Gary’s readers. It saddens me to think we have lost a friend and such a supportive person, but he is where his true home is and I have to think that is where his heart truly belongs along side God. There is no way to say he is in a better place that will comfort those that lost him without sounding cliché and hearts will be broken over this loss. Gary was there to take over things for me when I was no longer able to keep up with NSMinistries.com and will be missed by the readers there as well. Please pray for his family and friends for the comfort they will need.

Thank you,

Adam Quigley

www.NSMinistries.com

http://pollockrandall.com/obituaries/13247

Gary G Piper

June 15th, 1946 to April 26th, 2018

Gary Gene Piper, 71, of Fort Gratiot, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, April 26, 2018.

He was born June 15, 1946 in Yale to the late Harley and Dorothy Piper. He married Patricia Booth on March 9, 1968 in Fort Gratiot.

Mr. Piper was employed with Mueller Brass Company for nearly 42 years. He was an evangelist with the Community of Christ Richmond Congregation and the author and creator of Glory Seeds Devotionals. Gary served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War and was a member of V.F.W. Charles Schoor Post #796. He was a former member of the Fort Gratiot Township Fire Department and was named Fireman of the Year in 1976.

He is survived by his wife, Patti; two sons, Troy (Patricia) Piper and Aaron Piper; two grandchildren, Ethan Fike and Dylan Piper; two great grandchildren, Colton and Oliver Fike; four siblings, Alan (Susan) Piper, Diane Brown, Randy Piper and Billy D. Piper (Barbara Atkins); a brother-in-law, Robert M. (Susan) Lambert; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two nieces, Jodi Piper and Cara Lambert.

Visitation will be 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in Pollock-Randall Funeral Home.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 in Wadhams Grove Community of Christ. Gary’s son, Pastor Troy Piper, will officiate.

Burial will be in Great Lakes National Cemetery, Holly. Military honors will be conducted by the U.S. Navy and the St. Clair County Allied Veterans Honor Guard.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Community of Christ, Richmond, or V.F.W. Charles Schoor Post #796. To send condolences, visit www.pollockrandall.com

Gary Piper Author of the Glory Seed Garden Devotional Obituary

I wanted to make sure this got out to Gary’s readers. It saddens me to think we have lost a friend and such a supportive person, but he is where his true home is and I have to think that is where his heart truly belongs along side God. There is no way to say he is in a better place that will comfort those that lost him without sounding cliché and hearts will be broken over this loss. Gary was there to take over things for me when I was no longer able to keep up with NSMinistries.com and will be missed by the readers there as well. Please pray for his family and friends for the comfort they will need.

Thank you,

Adam Quigley

www.NSMinistries.com

http://pollockrandall.com/obituaries/13247

Gary G Piper

June 15th, 1946 to April 26th, 2018

Gary Gene Piper, 71, of Fort Gratiot, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, April 26, 2018.

He was born June 15, 1946 in Yale to the late Harley and Dorothy Piper. He married Patricia Booth on March 9, 1968 in Fort Gratiot.

Mr. Piper was employed with Mueller Brass Company for nearly 42 years. He was an evangelist with the Community of Christ Richmond Congregation and the author and creator of Glory Seeds Devotionals. Gary served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War and was a member of V.F.W. Charles Schoor Post #796. He was a former member of the Fort Gratiot Township Fire Department and was named Fireman of the Year in 1976.

He is survived by his wife, Patti; two sons, Troy (Patricia) Piper and Aaron Piper; two grandchildren, Ethan Fike and Dylan Piper; two great grandchildren, Colton and Oliver Fike; four siblings, Alan (Susan) Piper, Diane Brown, Randy Piper and Billy D. Piper (Barbara Atkins); a brother-in-law, Robert M. (Susan) Lambert; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two nieces, Jodi Piper and Cara Lambert.

Visitation will be 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in Pollock-Randall Funeral Home.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 in Wadhams Grove Community of Christ. Gary’s son, Pastor Troy Piper, will officiate.

Burial will be in Great Lakes National Cemetery, Holly. Military honors will be conducted by the U.S. Navy and the St. Clair County Allied Veterans Honor Guard.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Community of Christ, Richmond, or V.F.W. Charles Schoor Post #796. To send condolences, visit www.pollockrandall.com

Glory Seed Garden, 2018.04.26

Planting Seeds of Faith in God’s Garden…

The Hitchhiker …

Shalom!

“Come to me, all of you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take up my yoke and learn from me, because I am lowly and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”” (Matthew 11:28–30)

Once upon a time a man was hitchhiking on a dusty road headed toward a big city and on his back he carried all his worldly possessions. As he walked he was suddenly passed by a man in a pickup truck, after he passed the hitchhiker he looked into his mirror in time to see the man fall to the ground because of his heavy load.

The truck driver stopped backed up got out of his truck helped the man to he feet and said, “Sit on the back of my truck and I’ll give you a ride into town.” The hitchhiker smiled and sat down facing the backwards.

Several minutes later, the driver looked in the mirror and saw the man leaning over as if he were going to fall out. The hitchhiker still had his heavy backpack on. The driver stopped the truck walked to the back and suggested to the man it would be better if he would take off the pack and lay it in the back of the truck.

“I can’t do that,” the man replied, “I’ve already added to much weight to your truck and with the cost of gas I don’t want to be any more of a burden than I already am.”

If you’ve asked Jesus to forgive you of your sins or lighten your burden then don’t be like the hitchhiker and continue to let them burden you. If he had not wanted to take them from you, he would have stayed in heaven.

Got Burdens? Give them to Jesus He knows what to do with them!

Jesus… Don’t face the future without Him!

Grace and PEACE,

Gary

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