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March 30, 2007


Cristian C.

John Newton is one of my heroes, too; didn't see the movie, though. I have listened many versions of Amazing Grace from here:

'One reason why women are forbidden to preach the gospel, is, that they would persuade without argument and reprove without giving offence.' (Newton)

Have a nice weekend.

Jim Gordon

Hello Cristian - thank you for your comments and your interest in what I write. I do not speak Roumanian, so I used Google Translator to read your blog about me! I have visited your country, in the town of Aiud. I have two close friends who worked in Aiud providing medical care for the town and surrounding villages in the 1990's. They and their family now live here in Aberdeen. Blessings on your work and greetings from Scotland.

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