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    BACON vs. TULIP

    This made me smile, especially since I'm in the South...where no dish is considered "complete" without bacon (or sweet tea).Bacon is the New TULIP - 5-strip baconist.jpg
    Rev. Reagan Marsh, MATS, MDiv (eq.)
    Pastor-Teacher, Rocky Face Baptist Church
    My confessional commitments are the London Baptist Confession (1689) and the Abstract of Principles (1858).
    "In giving Christ to die for poor sinners, God gave the richest jewel in His cabinet; a mercy of the greatest worth, and most inestimable value. Heaven itself is not so valuable and precious as Christ is!" --John Flavel
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    Love it!
    Patricia
    Communicant Member
    Zion United Reformed Church
    Ripon, CA

    Give yourself to prayer, to reading and meditation on divine truths: strive to penetrate to the bottom of them and never be content with a superficial knowledge.
    David Brainerd

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    Quote Originally Posted by reaganmarsh View Post
    Rev. Reagan Marsh
    Pastor, Beacon Baptist Church of Albany, GA (since April 2011)
    We are a Southern Baptist Convention church.
    My confessional commitments are the London Baptist Confession (1689) and the Abstract of Principles (1858).
    My Facebook
    Change the name of your church to Bacon Baptist, I dare you!

    That would be a funny slip-up...
    MarieP
    Reformed Baptist Church
    Louisville, KY

    "I am not worthy of the least of all the mercies and of all the truth which You have shown Your servant" (Gen. 32:10)
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    MarieP -- ha ha!
    Rev. Reagan Marsh, MATS, MDiv (eq.)
    Pastor-Teacher, Rocky Face Baptist Church
    My confessional commitments are the London Baptist Confession (1689) and the Abstract of Principles (1858).
    "In giving Christ to die for poor sinners, God gave the richest jewel in His cabinet; a mercy of the greatest worth, and most inestimable value. Heaven itself is not so valuable and precious as Christ is!" --John Flavel

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    hahaha!! Love it
    Kimberley
    Member, Founders Baptist Church
    Spring, Texas
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