I like music, I have entertained in bars, lounges and roadhouses. I was down with Classic Country and a pretty good cover. I could bring the house down with an old Conway Twitty song. Now I only entertain at dinner parties and can’t do those old covers anymore. I still like music, the Classic Country sound and even Conway‘s unique style. There are some Classic Country songs I’ve found that can fit in with the Truth that I now proclaim. I have a good Country Gospel collection. I love the Psalms and Maranatha Music put many of them in those good ole Praise albums (1974). I also have an Audio Bible or three.
I find great value in Christian radio. When I can’t read or study but can listen it’s there. King of Kings Radio Network brings me Music I like, Local Preachers and a few well known teachers. BBN brings me the Conference Pulpit, Through the Bible and the Bible Institute.
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I’m still Planning on bringing you that new Bible study but no sooner then I starting working on it I got called back to work at Mannheim. That wont last long but then the park opens. The park is manageable but at this time I’m well out of my box. There is no time for anything else on the days I work at Mannheim.
I didn’t get my day of rest yesterday. I’m trying to reset today. I went to Sunday School and services this morning. Not much of that I can share with you today. The Book, The Blood and The Blessed Hope. Midnight Cry, Gold City (1980). I had lunch and just died on the couch.
The days I worked last week started at 5:am with coffee and the Gospel according to John via Bible Alive. When able to get to the truck King of Kings brought me Dr.Tony Evens and then the rest of the trip I listened to the Cristian Cowboy, Renee Jones. The days ended with the Conference Pulpit The speaker was Wendell Kempton. Next week it will be T. M. Johnson.
Dave the Bible student