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Sermon To The Deaf

In one of his early sermons in the vicinity of Sixmilecross, Ian Paisley took as his text a quotation from St Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians.
After the service was over, he was standing outside shaking hands with all and sundry when he was approached by a very old, venerable and deaf Orangeman.
That was a powerful good service, young Paisley, quavers the old man, 'powerful good. And I must say I liked thon bit about St Paul taking a pistol to the Fenians.'

In one of his early sermons in the vicinity of Sixmilecross, Ian Paisley took as his text a quotation from St Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians.
After the service was over, he was standing outside shaking hands with all and sundry when he was approached by a very old, venerable and deaf Orangeman.
That was a powerful good service, young Paisley, quavers the old man, 'powerful good. And I must say I liked thon bit about St Paul taking a pistol to the Fenians.'


 
 


 
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