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    To Fathers - An Excellent Message on parenting

    I just listened to this message on biblical parenting by Paul Washer (just randomly listened to it off a mp3 cd in my car), and it was excellent! I wanted to share it with you guys because I am sure that anyone who listens will be blessed by it. (Edit: Actually I only listened to about 2/3 of it)

    http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/m....php?lid=13060
    Asa Julian [URL="http://www.myspace.com/asajulian"]Myspace[/URL] [URL="http://rockreborn.wordpress.com"]Blog[/URL]
    Grace Bible Church

    Sometimes, when I see some of the worst characters in the street, I feel as if my heart must burst forth in tears of gratitude that God has never let me act as they have done! I have thought, "If God had left me alone, and had not touched me by His grace, what a great sinner I would have been!" - Charles Spurgeon

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    Outstanding.....

    Great!
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    Trevor
    Christian/Husband/Father/Writer/Teacher--
    --In that order.
    Bethany Church
    CALIFORNIA
    God is my King
    Love God--Live Large

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajrock2000 View Post
    I just listened to this message on biblical parenting by Paul Washer (just randomly listened to it off a mp3 cd in my car), and it was excellent! I wanted to share it with you guys because I am sure that anyone who listens will be blessed by it. (Edit: Actually I only listened to about 2/3 of it)

    http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/m....php?lid=13060
    I can't get it to download (maybe it's swamped by Puritan Board dads). Could you provide a link to the download website instead of the mp3 itself?

    Thanks.
    R. Anthony Coletti
    Midway Presbyterian Church (PCA)
    Jonesborough, TN
    [i]et venite et arguite me dicit Dominus[/i]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Civbert View Post
    I can't get it to download (maybe it's swamped by Puritan Board dads). Could you provide a link to the download website instead of the mp3 itself?

    Thanks.
    http://64.34.176.235/sermons/SID13237.mp3

    Sorry about that!
    Asa Julian [URL="http://www.myspace.com/asajulian"]Myspace[/URL] [URL="http://rockreborn.wordpress.com"]Blog[/URL]
    Grace Bible Church

    Sometimes, when I see some of the worst characters in the street, I feel as if my heart must burst forth in tears of gratitude that God has never let me act as they have done! I have thought, "If God had left me alone, and had not touched me by His grace, what a great sinner I would have been!" - Charles Spurgeon

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    Thanks for the new link - I couldn't get to the other one either.
    Kevin, husband of a truly angelic woman, and father to twelve.
    Zion United Reformed Church of Sheffield
    Ontario, Canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvanlaan View Post
    Thanks for the new link - I couldn't get to the other one either.
    Kevin,

    I right clicked the last link and downloaded the mp3 (save as target).
    For the sake of the Name,

    John Hill
    Faith Community - Woodstock, Ga
    Adopted. Husband for 15 years. Father of 5 children.
    http://faithcommunitychurch.org- My home church
    Rocky Top, you'll always be, home sweet home to me.

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    I listened to it at work today - very good. Thanks for that link!
    Kevin, husband of a truly angelic woman, and father to twelve.
    Zion United Reformed Church of Sheffield
    Ontario, Canada

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