Archive for November 6th, 2014

God has allowed weak, whimsical man a choice: 

In his Work (job, hiring), 

In his Wife,       

In his Wigwam –

Surely He allows him a “yes” or “no”   In his    Eternal Welfare!    

– eab, 10/30/06

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For Nov. 6

Fingernails – they make some jobs easier – happy to have them when I need them


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Thank You Lord for sharing your world with me

Like the sight and sound of a peaceful sea,

The structure and smell of an evergreen tree,

Thank You Lord for sharing your world with me.

– eab, Nov. ’73

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William Ashley “Billy” Sunday died 11/6/1935 at Chicago.  He was orphaned during the Civil War (born 11/19/1862), played major league baseball at Chicago, Pittsburgh & Philadelphia (1883-1891), was converted to Christ (1886) at the Pacific Garden Mission.  He worked for the Chicago Y.M.C.A. 1891-1893.

In 1903 he was ordained by the Presbyterians and spent his remaining years as an evangelist.  “Fiery” “conservative” “dramatic” and “unconventional” are words used to describe his preaching.  It is believed that more than 100 million heard him and some 300,000 became Christians.

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