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    I'm preaching on the Resurrection at my local church Covering Corinthians Chapter 15 v1-34, which is the part of Paul's Letter to the church in Corinth, where he tackles the subject and in particular sceptics causing issues in the church there at the time - It's a meaty one ! https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...34&version=NIV

    Will be prepping tonight and best part of tomorrow for Sunday morning's service - wish me luck
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    I am adding power sockets, worktops and cupboards to the utility room.

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    Picking up my monoblocks from Alan(Firebottle) I

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieGong View Post
    I'm preaching on the Resurrection at my local church Covering Corinthians Chapter 15 v1-34, which is the part of Paul's Letter to the church in Corinth, where he tackles the subject and in particular sceptics causing issues in the church there at the time - It's a meaty one ! https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...34&version=NIV

    Will be prepping tonight and best part of tomorrow for Sunday morning's service - wish me luck
    fantastic , hope it goes well , would love to hear it. used to do a bit of preaching myself years ago !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer View Post
    Picking up my monoblocks from Alan(Firebottle) I
    excellent stuff , you have a treat in store . enjoy your visit to tipton !
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieGong View Post
    I'm preaching on the Resurrection at my local church Covering Corinthians Chapter 15 v1-34, which is the part of Paul's Letter to the church in Corinth, where he tackles the subject and in particular sceptics causing issues in the church there at the time - It's a meaty one ! https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...34&version=NIV

    Will be prepping tonight and best part of tomorrow for Sunday morning's service - wish me luck
    Luck!
    Thanks for sharing Robert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieGong View Post
    I'm preaching on the Resurrection at my local church Covering Corinthians Chapter 15 v1-34, which is the part of Paul's Letter to the church in Corinth, where he tackles the subject and in particular sceptics causing issues in the church there at the time - It's a meaty one ! https://www.biblegateway.com/passage...34&version=NIV

    Will be prepping tonight and best part of tomorrow for Sunday morning's service - wish me luck...
    Nice one, Rob - and I certainly wish you the best of luck! As long as you're not fazed by public speaking, present yourself well, and know your subject inside out, you'll be fine

    I've not done any preaching (not really my thing, the preaching that is, not the religious aspect), as I prefer to be on the other side of the pulpit, aside from when I do readings from the bible, at my local church, which I participate in regularly.

    I've been doing that for years, sometimes in front of huge congregations, which doesn't faze me at all. I rather enjoy it, as you feel much more a part of the celebration of mass that way. Hope it all goes well for you

    Pity someone in the audience couldn't 'YouTube' it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Nice one, Rob - and I certainly wish you the best of luck! As long as you're not fazed by public speaking, present yourself well, and know your subject inside out, you'll be fine

    I've not done any preaching (not really my thing, the preaching that is, not the religious aspect), as I prefer to be on the other side of the pulpit, aside from when I do readings from the bible, at my local church, which I participate in regularly.

    I've been doing that for years, sometimes in front of huge congregations, which doesn't faze me at all. I rather enjoy it, as you feel much more a part of the celebration of mass that way. Hope it all goes well for you

    Pity someone in the audience couldn't 'YouTube' it!

    Marco.
    Hey Marco and fellow music loving AOSers !

    Just so you dont think I was tellin' porkies a fellow church member recorded procedings on his phone and just messaged to say It's now on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8btOwnoH6o

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    Ebony armboard
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    QED Silver Spiral speaker cable, Airlock plugs - bare wire amp end.
    Mains - Ultra Pure silver plated un-switched socket, Missing link EPS 500 silver plated plugs with Hi-Fi Tuning gold plated silver ceramic 13 amp fuses

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    Well done Rob.

    In my career I have had to present papers at international conferences to an audiences of anywhere between 50 to 200. Hated it - even when using Power Point presentations, and the auditorium was dark.
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    Respect, Rob - that was phenomenal! A very impassioned and emotional delivery of a subject very dear to my heart

    Love the drum kit, at the side! How often is that used, bro?

    Marco.
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