"In Adam all die, In Adam all die"
You know my dear, Charles Wesley was an arminian.
Although Stanley nor Lisa would ever admit this, but neither one of them had the slightest clue what a bulwark was. Let alone why it was important for it not to fail.
"Dear, why aren't you singing?""I'm trying to come up with a caption for this picture!"I know.....it's weak..
"Dear, I know it says wives should cover their heads but don't you think the feather is a bit much?"
Despite their best efforts it would appear there just is not a word that rhymes with antinomianism.
NOTE: Feel free to delete this if it crosses the lines of the delicate sensibilities of this blog. I will not be offended; Although some may be with my submission.During a rousing rendition of Wind Who Makes All Winds, Lucinda inflates her dress with a little wind of her own.My sincerest apologies.
"You know, Peter, we were predestined for each other."Peter received quite a surprise from the organist while singing As the Bridegroom to His Chosen.
The song of invitation was going well until Dave realized he actually had no idea what 'make a decision for Christ' actually meant, nor why he said it.
I vote that phil so far has come up with the best one!
Norman suddenly realized the real meaning of the line, "Gladly the cross-eyed bear."
Oh! It's "King Eternal." And all these years I have been singing, "Lead On O Kinky Turtle."