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    Quote Originally Posted by sansom48 View Post
    if i get a chance i may have to look at this, as long as i don't get stuck in the 50's. And we all hope that he doesn't get his sermon ideas after he, while attempting to hang a picture in the bathroom slips and hits his head on the toilet.
    lol! 45678910

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    By the way, I have noticed that many of you link actual pictures with the pages in which they belong to. I was wondering you do that. I have looked at some of the thread help pages and have not noticed and explanation of this. Did I miss it, or is it not there?
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    Type/Keyboard/Key Stroke/yadayadayada :

    <url=https://www.bibleworks.com>Bible Works</url>
    <img>http://www.southwoodministries.org/biblesurvey/images/bibleworks.jpg</img>

    • For forums such as these, replace the "<" with "[" and ">" with "]"

    (forum code uses the bracket instead of the "carat"?)
    • Replace Bible Works with <img>full web address to whatever image</img>
    • There are free image hosting sites, like Tiny Pic

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    Bible Works

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    *Old School Image Linked to Web Site
    Last edited by SCSaunders; 01-16-2009 at 08:30 AM. Reason: My head hurts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sansom48 View Post
    By the way, I have noticed that many of you link actual pictures with the pages in which they belong to. I was wondering you do that. I have looked at some of the thread help pages and have not noticed and explanation of this. Did I miss it, or is it not there?
    All the directions for using the forum markup called BB code are right here: BB code

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcblack View Post
    All the directions for using the forum markup called BB code are right here: BB code
    Excellent! I think I'll "favorite" that. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcblack View Post
    All the directions for using the forum markup called BB code are right here: BB code
    Thank you, this is very helpful.
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    Default Chuck Smith of Calvary Chapel

    I love this guy's preaching. He's very, very good IMO.
    He's been blessed with a one of a kind voice, one or two notes in and you know it's him, just like a favorite song.


    *Image is linked to Site

    He's been known for asking candidates on ordination oral exams, "What's your favorite book of the bible?" His answer, "The one I'm currently studying." I've found this to be true in a very real sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adelphos View Post
    Probably not what you're looking for, but just in case it is...

    John Bunyan could read neither Hebrew nor Greek, yet he knew more of the Word of God than all the Greek and Hebrew scholars for the past two thousand years combined. And then some. Nor is that hyperbole or exaggeration, for if you believe the following statement is true...

    "To understand a Bible text it takes an act of the Holy Spirit equal to the act that inspired the text in the first place. A revelation of the Holy Spirit in one glorious flash of inward illumination would teach you more of Jesus than five years in a theological seminary." A. W. Tozer, The Tozer Pulpit, Vol II

    ...then you will find that John Bunyan is unequaled in the annals of Christianity for expository and exegetical preaching and teaching. You can read many of his most notable works on my website at --

    http://www.lamblion.net/EBooks/ebooks.htm
    John Bunyan was John Owens favorite preacher

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy View Post
    John Bunyan was John Owens favorite preacher
    Mine too. -

    John Owen was intrumental in getting John Bunyan released from jail, and Owen took some personal risks in doing so.

    After the State lifted the arrest warrants for Owen for his nonconformity, he came back into partial favor with the Crown and was a sometime advisor to King Charles. However, he still used to get away every chance he could to hear Bunyan preach. Of course, Bunyan had zero schooling while Owen was one of the most educated men in the world at that time, especially religious education.

    So one day after Owen had gone to one of Bunyan's sermons, King Charles asked him why such a learned man as himself went "to hear a tinker prate." For Bunyan's trade had been a tinker before.

    Owen replied, "May it please your majesty, could I possess the tinker's abilities for preaching, I would willingly relinquish all my learning."

    Bunyan drew immense crowds and preached with apostolic power. It is no wonder Satan attempted to silence him, but instead of silencing him, God used Satan's malice against him by turning Bunyan's prison into a publishing house, thereby allowing John Bunyan to preach to the world throughout many generations.

    I have not the slightest doubt that John Bunyan could have easily held his own with the Apostles, and there are few men in history who could fit that bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adelphos View Post
    I have not the slightest doubt that John Bunyan could have easily held his own with the Apostles, and there are few men in history who could fit that bill.
    Forgive me for being picky, but isn't that an overstatement? The apostles?
    -- Richard

    "Contend earnestly for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints." Jude 3 (ESV)

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