Roy Falls at Norris' gravesite

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Thursday, January 17, 2013

The Great Judgment Morning



Sung by T. Marshall Kelly

The rendition of this song, "The Great Judgment Morning", was Mordecai Ham's favorite traditional hymn. Billy Graham was converted in one of Ham's meetings and no doubt was influenced by the song's message.  Would it not be wonderful if we could return to those revival times.  J. Frank Norris and Mordecai Ham were best of friends for thirty years.

With pleasure I include this song, sung by T. Marshall Kelly, on the J. Frank Norris Historical Society blog.

Roy Falls
January 17, 2013

Monday, January 7, 2013

Israel Under Pressure

One bedrock unchangeable fact of biblical history is the irreversible covenant God made with the ancient Israelites. Following the events of the past validates this most phenomenal truth, but least understood of a vast array of biblical mysteries.


It now appears (from recent news reporting) that Israel will be under pressure to accept the "two state plan." They are destined to resist, which just might lead to the inevitable coming invasion. The bible aludes to all of this, however, a definitive insight is difficult to forecast. ~ Roy Falls

WEEP FOR AMERICA

Pageantry and Entertainment ... is the format for modern Christianity.

Atheistic evolution has teamed up with theistic evolution resulting in a illusionary Deity.

Laughter has supplanted tears.


These are reflections of Roy, learned from the ministry of J. Frank Norris.


Saturday, January 5, 2013

Our Blog Audience Thru The End of 2012

From time to time we will post our audience listeners:

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Russia
Canada
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Hungary
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