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Retrospective 62(c) February 15, 2018 Randy C. HicksO Calvary, O Calvary!
It was for me that Jesus died
On the cross of Calvary.
Retrospective #62(b) February 14, 2018 Randy C. HicksIt is noteworthy that, after a number of appointments where he would have been the junior, Jukes was appointed to three of the most significant Circuits of that time. Tunstall, Staffordshire was the place of origin of Primitive Methodism and Ramsor had been almost as significant.
Retrospective #62(a) February 13, 2018 Randy C. HicksCan you tell you what army is going to win?
Oh, glory hallelujah!
Why, the Salvation Army.
Retrospective #61 January 29, 2018 Randy C. HicksThen again, since when do little boys require any sort of rationale for doing anything they may be up to!
Retrospective #60 January 22, 2018 Randy C. Hicks...these rather unique (to us that is) gatherings happened one hundred and thirty-four years ago...
Retrospective #59 January 16, 2018 Randy C. HicksSomeone’s out there....I put on my coat, grabbed the keys, and went out to explore...
Retrospective #58 January 4, 2018 Randy C. Hicks
On the inside cover, just above a complete mini calendar of 1965 is an excerpt from a message entitled THE MASSES WITHOUT CHRIST, introduced with the words “God’s Soldier Speaks” that reads as follows:
Retrospective #57 December 28, 2017 Randy C. HicksFrom 2012 based on an actual encounter experienced by a young bandsman friend of mine...
Retrospective #56 December 14, 2017 Randy C. HicksAs a child growing up in the Army I must confess I don't remember this feature being a part of our Christmas worship theme (perhaps too "churchy").
Retrospective #55 December 7, 2017 Randy C. Hicks“Did you bring the stuff?” C.D. responded, “What stuff?” “The stuff! The stuff! The stuff!” I said, half under my breath.