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David here in Psalm 37 is giving us some wisdom from his life, and I believe that the truth that is taught in this chapter can change one’s life. Look at what he says here in Psalm 37:25 “I have been young, and now am old; Yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, Nor...
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No sooner had James Haldane accepted the office of stated minister of the Circus, than his brother Robert began to erect for him a spacious church edifice at the head of Leith Walk, Edinburgh, which, after the fashion of Mr. Whitefield’s houses of worship, was called the Tabernacle. It was larger than any of the...
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May 17, 1949 WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM CTA004 Ct.cb17-022 GOVT DL PD=CHICAGO ILL MAY 16, 9:26 P= A.B. PENNINGTON (DELIVER AND REPORT ANY CHARGES)= ROUTE #2 WILLIAMSPORT TENN= WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED REMAINS OF THE LATE S/SGT CHARLES A PENNINGTON= ARE ENROUTE TO THE UNITED STATES. AS YOU HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY NOTIFIED BECAUSE OF THE MANNER...
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16 May, 1944 War Department The Adjutant General’s Office Washington 25, D.C. AG 201 Pennington, Charles A. PC-N NAT095 Mrs. Annie R. Pennington, Route #1 Williamsport, Tennessee. Dear Mrs. Pennington: It is with regret that I am writing to confirm the recent telegram informing you of the death of your son, Staff Sergeant Charles A....
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16 May, 1944 War Department The Adjutant General’s Office Washington 25, D.C. AG 201 Pennington, Charles A. PC-N NAT095 Mrs. Annie R. Pennington, Route #1 Williamsport, Tennessee. Dear Mrs. Pennington: It is with regret that I am writing to confirm the recent telegram informing you of the death of your son, Staff Sergeant Charles A....
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January 22, 1944 Nashville Army Air Center (A.A.F.C.C.) Thompson Lane, Nashville, Tenn. Hello Dad and Mom, I received your letter this morning with the $5.00 in it. I say it came at a good time. I certainly was sorry to hear about Charles Ray. Do all you can for him, Dad. Dad that sure was...
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January 5, 1944 Westover Field Massachusetts Hello Folks, Well, I guess I’ve neglected my writing something awful here lately, haven’t I? Well, I’ll try to catch you up a little. I guess this will be my last or very nearly my last letter to you until I reach my oversea destination. I am all packed,...
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July 12, 1943 Hello Dad, I’ve got that new address at last. I moved yesterday evening. As expected, I came only about six miles. For some reason or another, I don’t think I am going to like it here. Anyway, I don’t have long to wait before starting to school. I start Tuesday. I am...
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