Something about those four Pointers never sat well with Hank.
Billy, that made me laugh out loud. I dub thee, "Billy the Kidder".
The Presbytery surveying the damage done after the Finneyan revival had passed and been declared a "Burnt-over District."Elder Hank waits to tell the others what he has found it the old Tent site...and it wasn't good!
After seven days of traveling across the desert, "The Four Pedestrians of the Apocalypse" finally reach the town of Sweetwater. They plan on buying horses.
Sadly, it appears as though all of the Judean horse merchants have fled to the hills.
Students on the campus of DTS are not allowed to walk in groups of 5 in fear that it might encourage 5 point Calvinism.DTS Student Handbook, p4
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Looks like the white-shirted feller is just Hank-erin' to fall-in, to fill a rank TULIP.
Hey, I resemble Billy's remark!! :):)Little Georgie Whitefield, Jr. stood by the street wondering--had the Wesley and Asbury Gang been called to his town? Or did they come of their own free will?
When young Wyatt noticed Rick Warren and those Jonas boys walkin' into town, he knew Easter was just around the corner...
The four-pointers were moseying through Tumbleweed Junction when they came upon Percy Veerence, who went on to complete the quintet...
Waffleville, the town Rick Warren built, was nearly deserted when word reached them that a gang of Bible scholars was headed their way. Only Billy B. Standing was brave enough to stay. Word is they were quick draw artists, able to find any verse before a buffalo nickel could hit the floor.