Memorable Sermons

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Re: Memorable Sermons

Post by sejintenej » Mon Apr 03, 2017 9:09 pm

eucsgmrc wrote:
Mon Apr 03, 2017 1:58 pm
eucsgmrc wrote:
Sun Apr 27, 2014 7:25 pm
... the Coleridge A tradition that reading the valley of dry bones passage at evening duty was hysterically funny? Of course, it was absolutely taboo for any member of the house actually to laugh (or even smirk), otherwise the mighty wrath of Kit
It fell to my lot to read this passage (Ezekiel 37 vv 1-14) as the first lesson in church yesterday. I managed it without corpsing. Only those few of us who remember Coleridge A in the 1950s will recognise what a feat of self-control this required. They may also wonder what on earth I was doing in a church, but that's another story ...
Remembering you the imagination boggle the (about giving th lesson in church at your age. ;-). )
Son - “Dad - I want to get into organised crime when I grow up”

Father - “That’s nice son - Private or Government?”

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