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I dreamed that the Great Judgment Morning had dawned, but was it just a dream?
My daddy led the music in the tiny Richards Baptist Church where I was saved from my sins at the ripe old age of nine. The preacher who baptized me that summer had a brief explanation of faith and God’s … Continue reading
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