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Retrospective #68 April 10, 2018 Randy C. HicksHe talked of little children learning to walk...
Retrospective #67 April 9, 2018 Randy C. Hicks“Look, Bramwell” exclaimed William Booth to his son one morning in 1886
Retrospective #66 March 27, 2018 Randy C. HicksPrimarily we relied on our collective imaginings to create our own vignettes.
Retrospective #65 March 26, 2018 Randy C. HicksWell maybe the bandits or crooked police didn’t “need no stinkin’ badges” but we sure did!
Retrospective #64 March 19, 2018 Randy C. Hicks“Come leave your house on Grumble Street
And live on Sunshine Square”
Retrospective #63 February 22, 2018 Randy C. HicksIn the final chapter of A HUNDRED YEAR’S WAR, The Salvation Army; 1865-1965, by Bernard Watson, you will find the heading: THEY DARE NOT DIE.
Retrospective #62(g) February 19, 2018 Randy C. HicksLuther taught that salvation and, consequently, eternal life are not earned by good deeds but are received only as the free gift of God's grace through the believer's faith in Jesus Christ as redeemer from sin.
Retrospective #62(f) February 18, 2018 Randy C. Hicks5. Let all things their Creator bless,
And worship Him in humbleness,
O praise Him! Alleluia!
Praise, praise the Father, praise the Son,
And praise the Spirit, Three in One!
Retrospective #62(e) February 17, 2018 Randy C. HicksNow tossed with temptation, then haunted with fears,
My life has been joyless and useless for years;
I feel something better most surely would be
If once thy pure waters would roll over me.
Retrospective #62(d) February 16, 2018 Randy C. HicksWalking through the village one day, he came across a woman washing her doorstep. To her astonishment, he walked straight past her into her house, exclaiming, ‘This is the house!’