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Rock of Ages

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  1. please click on the link below titled "Attachment".
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2 comments (Add your own)

1. Mark Provost wrote:
Jerry, I used the rock to spark a conversation with my son over yesterday and today. I just showed it to him and he of course asked about it, why I had it, what the G was for, etc. It got us talking about the sermon and about putting the big rocks in first. Then we went on to talk about other ways rocks are mentioned in the Bible. We talked about the house built on the rock, "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone," "The rocks and stones themselves would start to sing," David and his 5 smooth stones, Moses striking the rock, the ten commandments, and of course the stone being rolled away. He thought that was all pretty cool. Thought you'd like to know how the rock was working out!

Mon, April 26, 2010 @ 5:51 PM

2. Bob Wallace wrote:
After the May 25th sermon on priorities (Rock of Ages), I took one of the stones with a G on it that Jerry offered the men. I dropped it on the console in my car. Several days later, as I was taking Dylan Turner to the Georgia baseball game (which the Dawgs won, by the way), Dylan saw the stone & asked what it was. I took a moment to tell him about priorities and putting the important things - God, family, friends - first. The little stone was a great way to start a conversation about what is important! Thanks -BobW

Tue, May 11, 2010 @ 9:40 PM

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