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  1. Ray Blunt
    November 25, 2017 @ 3:26 pm

    David,

    This is beautiful and deep at the same time. Jeremiah is not called “the weeping prophet” for nothing. I want to share this with my group of guys as I believe you are spot on for all of our lives. It seems to me your weeping also has a prophetic note to it, not to lay a burden on you, as you can foresee the consequences if this nation proceeds as it has and even the church as it has. To stand firm in place may be the most courageous act of our times, with Christ as the anchor for our souls. It gets no easier with age, but it is our joy to persist, together, with you until the end. Grace and peace,

    Ray

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  2. David Hanke
    November 26, 2017 @ 6:44 am

    Thank you, Ray. Your voice and your wisdom are always welcome. Your reminder and call ‘to stand firm in place’ is both what you have done in your life AND to what you are calling the generations who come behind you. I am grateful to watch your example and grateful for the ‘simplicity’ (though it is not easy) of ‘just’ standing firm. May God help us to be faithful.

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