Prophesy upon these parts, Garry. If it works, you could start selling rods and restos and fund missions with the proceeds. You might want to keep one or two, however. For sermon illustrations.
Hey Terry,Good to hear from you. I may be lacking in faith, but I don't think preachin' is gonna help these.
That's how all Chevys look to me.
Thirsty,I know you are making a snarky remark about Chevy,s, but I actually love this kind of thing. Even when they are old and rusty, they give me visions. It's almost like having an epiphany. Sigh...
Yes, Garry, I understand. I actually feel like we are of the same religion, but different denominations. Yours is riddled with error, of course...
I must say I am shocked that a PASTOR would try to impose such personal interpretation on a text. Anyone that is scholarly knows that in the original language the Scripture says "Ford."
When I see a pile like that, something deep inside me wants to find some equally rusty but utterly foreign object, and lay it to rest there as well, so as to impose itself as being part of the original - you know, an old metal crib grating, or a rusty peice of an old washing machine, placed "just so" such that you overlook it at first, then come back to it with a vague, and finally a very particular curiousity. Am I evil?
Anyone that is scholarly knows that in the original language the Scripture says "Ford."aaaahhhh, you seem to be forgetting that the original there is in "automaic", and therfore, correctly rendered, "general motors"...
Thirsty,Nuh-uh!Cameron,I wasn't interpreting; I was applying. Check out Even So's comment. Now, that's scholarly.Daniel,I guess it's just a matter of perspective.I see, in this photo, a potential cruiser. You see the beginnings of a junk yard.Even So,You da man!
Prophesy to the mechanics of the 4 winds. I am a chevy lover too.
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