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Old 12-09-2008, 11:28 PM
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A Gripping Sermon

I was transferring some of my sermon cd's to my computer when I came across a sermon, "The Voice Of The Soul". I remember that service like it was last Sunday!

This sermon was preached by a Rev. Killingsworth.

Does anyone know this preacher? Is he still preaching, still alive?

I've been listening to my Grand Bay cd's and it's strange to listen to those sermons, remembering my mindset then, the moving of the Lord in my life then, and knowing my situation and mindset now.

It's a little sad, and there are a lot of questions.


But I digress.

Can you name a sermon that gripped you when you first heard it and still has a place in your heart?
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Old 12-10-2008, 01:09 AM
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Old 12-10-2008, 07:48 AM
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I was transferring some of my sermon cd's to my computer when I came across a sermon, "The Voice Of The Soul". I remember that service like it was last Sunday!

This sermon was preached by a Rev. Killingsworth.

Does anyone know this preacher? Is he still preaching, still alive?

I've been listening to my Grand Bay cd's and it's strange to listen to those sermons, remembering my mindset then, the moving of the Lord in my life then, and knowing my situation and mindset now.

It's a little sad, and there are a lot of questions.


But I digress.

Can you name a sermon that gripped you when you first heard it and still has a place in your heart?
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"Mamma go Home".

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"Marching to Hell"
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