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8 The LORD judges the peoples; judge me, O LORD, according to my righteousness and according to the integrity that is in me. 9 O let the evil of the wicked come to an end, but establish thou the righteous, … Continue reading
Publisher: dwinger Volume No. 4 Issue No 27 Date Nov. 29, 05 Winter is beginning to set in here in the northern Texas Panhandle. Walking to the pickup when the temperature is in the 20’s will sure wake … Continue reading
Trying to live the Bible is harder than studying the Bible.
Publisher: dwinger Volume No. 3 Issue No 25 Date Nov. 17, 04 A short while ago I was asked to share my ministry with a group of men. It got me to thinking about what “my ministry” was. Do you … Continue reading
Publisher: dwinger Volume No. 3 Issue No 17 Aug. 19, 04 “Those who honor your name trust in you; you never forsake those who seek you, LORD.” (Psalm 9:11) This Psalm came to mind as I was driving tractor the … Continue reading
Publisher: dwinger Volume No. 3 Issue No 2 Date Jan. 20, 04 Dear Friends, When I began sending out this e-letter, I call Mary Mail, a few years ago. I didn’t know exactly where it would go or what would … Continue reading