Okay, everyone, I had to make this one a lot tougher than the last one.
Here are your clues:
Both men, pictured above, are beloved Presbyterian ministers who were born in Texas. Both were authors of several books. Both had regular radio broadcasts. Both died in their sleep in 1988.
The prize for the one who gets the correct answers first - (and I don't think that will happen anytime soon) - will be the coordinates of some buried treasure!
You have to correctly identify BOTH men to claim the treasure! Start your guesses!
J. Vernon McGee and J. Vernon McGeeReplyDelete
I agree with Ron, J. Vernon McGee and J. Vernon McGee.ReplyDelete
But he said it first, so I guess he wins :-).
If this were a who says it last contest, then Bobby, you would have won. But, since this is a who says it first contest, Ron Livesay wins the prize!ReplyDelete
I really thought this would have been hard. But you both knew that I had Photoshopped the young and the old together!
Here are the coordinates as promised:ReplyDelete
41o43'35" N, 49o56'54" W,
the treasure is on the ocean floor. God speed my friend!
Wow! Going by the time-stamp, Ron posted the answer only 11 minutes after Eddie posted the question.ReplyDelete
He must've been lying in wait.
Good job, Ron. Hope you are into deep sea diving. Those coordinates indicate that the treasure is about 1,000 miles south of Grand Banks, Newfoundland.
I just wanted to share this:ReplyDelete
As a student pastor, Dr. McGee's first church was located on a red clay hill in Midway Georgia. It was there that he received his greatest compliment: "It was from a country boy wearing high buttoned, yellow shoes. After a morning service he came to speak to me. He groped for words, then blurted out, 'I never knew Jesus was so wonderful!' He started to say more but choked up and hurried out of the church. As I watched him stride across the field, I prayed, 'Oh, God, help me to always preach so that it can be said, I never knew Jesus was so wonderful.'" ( From Dr. McGee's bio at the Thru The Bible web site)
I’ve enjoyed looking over your blog. I came across it through another blog I follow. I am now a follower of yours as well. Feel free to look over my blog and perhaps become one as wellReplyDelete
This is great! I never seem to win anything.ReplyDelete
Oh, and Ron,ReplyDelete
While you are down there, you may want to do some sight-seeing in the nearby area.
stranger, you continue to amaze me.ReplyDelete
You are probably the only one who actually looked up the coordinates! You got it right. It's the spot where the Titanic is located.