dig yourself

Lordy, never been this homesick before Look @ the bright side; i sees The Lord You,

too cold to make it through this tempest of life, looking on the bright side…, see that cat? he is of

the conviction that his garb created when he was on his third year of university that

his own solitude that was utilized for dreaming. Jesus Christ! did you see that? it’s

not widely see or heard… the secret that arrived to this brain while we were rested;

when the are now: the state only just recalled: KY people go Kentucky! University of.

Lord please heal our land: 20th day in the Lord it did not rain. only when we went

back inside – Did you see Elvis at the theatre last week? that’s a sweet show. dig it?

it’s a call to revival. Simon casted a net into the sea. James had the brother, Jonathan…

things; there are had always been things; things. Peter saved in chapter one. he said

will say unto them: He will make you fishers of that dead sea over the. oh man; get a

government check while residing in the very complex he spied early mornings; and at

the noon hour at Tates Creek – no no… Brewster… nah – Jesus; me frayed brain;

see, i can recall the phone numbers of my extreme youth, first kisses [1975-6 KY]\

bruised brain. Lexington! ah yes – Kyle Murphy went there; ya’ know, that guy who did the

sweeping that gym amidst all us kids. i peered beyond the playground where

He polished those doorknobs. did i? hopeful Citizens, our land Call for Revival !

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