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Monday, January 14, 2013

Monday Morning Insights From Coudersport Alliance Church


Anonymous said...

we must be all going to Haven since were always giving to the poor... it's the ones that abuse the meaning of giving to the poor that will not go to heaven.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me, or does this not make much sense? I understand what she's trying to say, but c'mon man.... trees 'give up their leaves in obediance to this created order'???
No!!!! They lose their leaves because it's the NATURAL occurence of NATURE. God doesn't tell them to give up their leaves and they don't 'willingly' do anything! They're trees!!!! No brain, no conscious behaviors, no death because winter's coming!!! They regrow their leaves every spring as a part of their natural life cycle. When they're cut or snap off in a storm or even die, they still often send up shoots of branches.
If anything, this is a vote of confidence for evolution, not the praise of some god.

Anonymous said...

I would like to welcome the pastor and wife to our community. There is not as much negativity as you see on this message board. You will have some big shoes to fill in writing this column. After all, Pastor Bernie wrote a column about the word dildine. Can you beat that? It was the best publicity the word had received since Jim posted the album cover of the Singing Dildines on Solomon's Words!

Anonymous said...

Where did Pastor Bernie go? Jim you need to repost that picture!

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see that picture of the album cover too. I did not get a chance to cut and paste it for my archives. Also can you repost the picture of the Port Allegany cheerleaders dildine banner? These are rare opportunities. Like the Joni Menschel song, "Don't it always seem to go that you don't know whatcha got till its gone."