My Bibliography. I am Stanley Cargill and I am an identical twin, Stephen and I were born in Chicago, Illinois. My parents Elmer M. Cargill & Narcissa Eleanor Robinson are both from Belize City, Central America. After I and Stephen were born my Dad sent my mom to Belize to get help from her family in Belize. We spent my first five years of life in Belize City. After I was 5 years old my Dad sent for his family and we returned back to Chicago where I went to elementary primary school and In 8th grade I took and passed the entrance exam for Lindbloom Technical High School. As providence came into play because of gang activity my Aunt Genevieve encouraged my Dad to send his 4 children home to Belize where we were supposed to have attended Technical Trade College But In 1967 There was no entry level first form class and we applied for entrance into Wesley College and accepted my oldest sister Phyllis, my twin brother Stephen, my youngest sister Vida Cargill and I attended Wesley College where I graduated from in 1972. After graduation in June 1972 I flew back to Chicago and got my first job at Sears Roebuck downtown State Street. After my first year as a full time employee the company decided to convert all their new employees as part time workers only. I applied for full work and was hired as a full time employee with Montgomery Ward downtown State Street. I corresponded with a friend Irma Thompson, who I met while studying at Wesley College in Belize City just before returning to Chicago, For six years by mail we came in contact with one another . In June 1978 Irma Thompson had a Student VISA and visiting a family member who lived in Manhattan, New York . In 1978 I received a call from Irma in the month of May we talked and she asked me to visit her in Manhattan New York that summer. Some friends of mine were planning to go to Manhattan, New York for a Wedding in June 1978. We drove up to Manhattan New York in two cars for the Wedding and reception . I spent two weeks in Manhattan, New York. In September I sent for Irma Thompson to fly to Chicago and when she came we went downtown to City Hall and got married, a year later Francis was born, in 1987 we had a second son Lucien Alexander Cargill. I am a Seventh Day Adventist Disciple of Jesus Christ. In my blog I will be sharing knowledge, understanding and wisdom from the Word of God and the Spirit of Prophecy.