dises·tablish·ment n.

ESTAB’LISHMENT, n. The act of establishing, founding, ratifying or ordaining.

1. Settlement;; fixed state.
2. Confirmation; ratification of what has been settled or made.
3. Settled regulation; form; ordinance; system of laws; constitution of government.
Bring in that establishment by which all men should be contained in duty.
4. Fixed or stated allowance for subsistence; income; salary.
His excellency–might gradually lessen your establishment.
5. That which is fixed or established; as a permanent military force, a fixed garrison, a local government, an agency, a factory, &c. The king has establishments to support, in the four quarters of the globe.
6. The episcopal form of religion, so called in England.
7. Settlement or final rest.
We set up our hopes and establishment here.

– From the Webster’s 1828 Dictionary

dis·es·tab·lish  (ds-stblsh)
tr.v. dis·es·tab·lished, dis·es·tab·lish·ing, dis·es·tab·lish·es, dises·tablish·ment n.
1. To alter the status of (something established by authority or general acceptance).

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Tomorrow I fly

I fly to Los Angeles tomorrow for five days with my sister, then I fly to Auckland New Zealand on the 25th. My return flight is scheduled for the end of October. I am planning on hooking up with the believers at the Tauranga House of Prayer (http://www.thop.co.nz/).

I plan on posting updates, thoughts, and quotes here over the next nine months.

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And I quote,

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

– First Amendment of the US Constitution

 

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