House Church Talk - Remembering Ron
dreamgirl at indy.rr.com
Wed Jun 9 16:46:30 EDT 2004
hmmmm.....I didn't realize Ronnie had been accused of not being a regular
churchgoer. Now, that's interesting. You mean he didn't walk out of church
each Sunday with a Bible tucked under his arm like Clinton did?
Last night on Fox News, Michael Reagan talked about his dad. Very
emotional. He said the gift he'd like to give his dad is to say "all your
children have accepted Christ and you'll see them in heaven". He couldn't
say enough about his dad's sunny smile and disposition.
Yeah, Ronnie was pretty cool.....when your children speak well of you, you
need no greater testimony.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Anderson" <david at housechurch.org>
To: <House Church Talk at housechurch.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2004 3:34 PM
Subject: House Church Talk - Remembering Ron
> Hi all,
> Character + courtesy = class. Now that's a needful lesson for us. Add to
> those an uncommon sense of humor.
> Character and courtesy - do those mark the house church circle? Hmm, how
> often has it been heard: "OK, I guess you won the argument, now I'll
> become a Christian or now I'll leave organized religion."
> Ronnie believed in something and, unlike many today, acted out of
> conviction, aka character.
> "Tear down that wall, Gorbie!" he said.
> ("Tear down that wall, clergy!" say we.)
> When accused of not being a regular churchgoer, I wish the chief
> executive could have replied: "Why, we, the church, meet every day right
> here at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. for worship, prayer, singing, and
> encouragement. Do join us whenever you can."
> Ga. Washington, btw, had in-house services each Sunday night.
> Amazing Grace, by John Newton, was played today. The author refused to
> join the Church of England because they didn't practice "mutual
> Reagan used to say that the best was yet ahead for America - I trust that
> is certainly true for him. RIP, brother.
> David Anderson
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