Monthly Archives: May 2013

Letter to a “friend”

I recently finished reading a collection of sermons by John Newton on the subject of Handel’s Messiah. As I finished the last sermon the thought went through my head that I should write him a letter to tell him how … Continue reading

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Application

The following are my notes taken during the application portion of a sermon by Pastor Larry Vincent in March of this year from a series on 1 Peter. While I want to give him credit, I also want to give … Continue reading

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Side Saddle

Children sometimes have a hard time thinking of their moms as having a life other than the one they have had since the beginning of the child’s life. The only see their mom as being the mom they have always … Continue reading

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The Song That Never Ends

In discussions I have had with other people about my blog I have heard from more than one source something along the lines of, “the story isn’t done yet.” Hearing this always sends a variety of thoughts and feelings through … Continue reading

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More Love to Thee

More love to thee, O Christ, more love to thee! Hear thou the prayer I make on Bended knee; This is my earnest plea, More love, O Christ, to thee, More love to thee, More love to thee! Once earthly … Continue reading

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The Doctor is In

A day or two ago I got a call from a friend of mine who affectionately (and reverently, I’m sure) refers to me as “Dr. Brown” I used to consider myself as somewhat of an expert on alternative solutions to … Continue reading

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Blowing in the Wind

Lately I have found myself in various situations in which I have been without an adequate response to people asking the question, “How is Strokeman?” I wish there was some way to filter through that question and determine exactly what … Continue reading

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