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  1. Sam & Zack on July 11, 2011 at 2:47 pm

    Lord Jesus was the most compassionate to those sinners who were heartbroken knowing that they were sinners but He was harsh on the selfrightious.It impresses us in your sermons your confession that you were a sinner saved by receiving Lord Jesus.Yes all of us are sinners, no exception, but whosoever receives Jesus is saved.This is our message to sinners rather than looking down upon them.We need more of your sermons either from the pulpit or on your blogs.We need too your prayers.We are constantly praying for you, Amy and the kids,
    Sam & Zack.

  2. Ann on July 11, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    Our dear Pastor,
    How we do admire (as well as David) your way with words. You seem to just be able to say the right things at the right times….a God given ability is a marvelous gift and we are grateful that you are obedient in using that ability to the maximum. Your blessed words at Deborah’s homegoing service were so comforting – even to those who did not know her, except by reputation. Your tenderness shown your sweet Amy as she so honored her blessed Mother’s memory was a blessing to us as well. We do so admire her ability to speak so honesty and tenderly at the Homegoing Service.
    Sunday’s message was no less inspiring….and all these events since June 16th have caused growth in you and in us as well. I am sorry it took tragedy to bring this to the forefront in our lives. Bless God for continuing to develop His people who are called by His name. May he continue to attend to all your and Amy’s needs…as well as Alisha and Landon.

  3. David on July 11, 2011 at 8:27 am

    “When others see my Christianity is it in the form of a smile or a frown?”

    Love? or Legalism? Positive & attractive? or Negative & barren?

    As always, brother, you have a way with words that just makes me stop … and think … and bow before the Lord