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teamtoucan
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 From Australia, Queanbeyan, near Canberra

Hi, I'm Brian from Queanbeyan, NSW, Australia, just near Canberra.

I've been a fan of Leonard Ravenhill's writings for about twenty years. Where i live i can find no other christian, (apart from my wonderful wife, Tracey), who is impressed by Ravenhill's message.

I'd love to know if there are any members who also live in Canberra or Queanbeyan.


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Brian and Tracey Clack

 2005/12/27 21:08Profile
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 Re: From Australia, Queanbeyan, near Canberra

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I've been a fan of Leonard Ravenhill's writings for about twenty years.


Welcome dear brother,

I am glad you share a passion for the message that brother Ravenhill shared with the church. I am looking forward to your further contributions to the website and if you have any questions let me know.

I highly recommend these 3 sermons to start with brother:

Revival Hymn by various
Ten Shekels and a Shirt by Paris Reidhead
An Interview (video) of Leonard Ravenhill

enjoy and be blessed.


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SI Moderator - Greg Gordon

 2005/12/27 21:19Profile
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Thanks for the welcome,

I have already listed to Ten Shekels, and i've already viewed the video of Ravenhill. (Both many months ago.)

I have not heard of the other one you mention ... so i'll have a look.

thanks for the welcome.


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Brian and Tracey Clack

 2005/12/27 21:39Profile
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Hi Greg,

I listned to Revival Hymn - very good - an inspiring collation.

Some comments for whoever put it together to think about:
1. Sometimes the voice recordings are not very easy to hear, and the music in the backgournd is sometimes quite loud - this makes it difficult sometimes to hear what is being said. Is there a way to quieten down the background music so that the message of the speakers is more easily heard?

2. At one point there is a song being sung on its own, but i found the lyrics very difficult to understand - whoever was singing did not seem to be singing with a strong intention that the words would be easily understood by the hearers. In that case, what is the point of having the song? "Unless the trumpet sounds a CLEAR call, who will get ready for battle?" (1 Cori 4: 8) I think there's not much point putting in a message if no one can understand it ...

But, on the whole, a very good collation and definitely worth listening to.

God bless,

Brian


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Brian and Tracey Clack

 2005/12/27 22:47Profile
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G'day from Brisbane

Welcome to the board!
I would also reconmend an audio by Ray Comfort called "Hells Best Kept Secret"

Bless ya

Willo


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