Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Old School Art Of Song

I used to want to live to be a hundred years old.  It wasn’t just an idealistic notion, but a real possibility.  My grandfather lived 99 years, my mother 97. But the world has changed.  At 67 years of age, … Continue reading

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Quiet Before The Storm

The President now not only has the authority to suspend all the constitutional rights of American citizens at his own discretion, but he has the means of enforcing it. Do we have any reason to expect a … Continue reading

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Lost And Found

“I once was lost but now am found, was blind but now I see.” — from Amazing Grace, by John Newton   One of the difficulties in communicating the gospel of salvation in Christ is that we, as Christians, tend … Continue reading

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