CARRYING GREATNESS


Today, Friday Nov 16, is my bride, Ruth’s birthday and just got home from watching 9:40AM showing of Spielberg’s “LINCOLN.” It was wonderful! I wrote two posts on FB earlier this week and we were blessed with over 100 comments. Some of you may know that in my family five consecutive generations of Washington DC policemen have served our nation protecting 26 U.S. Presidents.

Dad retired as Deputy Chief of U.S. Capitol Police and protected SEVEN Presidents. My Uncle Charlie was LT in charge of entire K-9 of USCP. My grandfather was a Captain with Metropolitan DC Police. My great grandfather rode horseback with US Park Police but my great-great-great grandfather was on duty at Ford’s Theater and carried President Abraham Lincoln across the street the night he died in 1865. Politically, President Lincoln is my favorite of all-time. Today, he’s still the most quoted American in history. He put “IN GOD WE TRUST” on our currency. He made Thanksgiving a national holiday, initiated National Day of Prayer and granted freedom to the shackled slaves. Another presidential note – to this day he used more Biblical references in his addresses than any president from George Washington to Obama, respectively.

Ironically, I & was born President’s Day Weekend (Feb 20) and Ruth and I got engaged on steps of Lincoln Memorial (near exact spot Dr King gave I HAVE A DREAM speech). Lightening struck twice because our baby, Andrew LINCOLN was born inauguration day when President Obama was sworn in office (Jan 20, 2009). We were going to name him Andrew Graham. Every time Andrew is mentioned in Scripture he was always bringing someone to JESUS. We planned to name his middle name after Billy Graham but being born on inauguration day and the historical tie to Lincoln when went the alternate route.

Many remember Lincoln’s leadership I recall his loneliness. Scholars celebrate his professional position to the top but I’m reminded daily of his personal pain, dark depression and overwhelming obstacles along the way. If Walt Disney is the model for ‘vision’ than Lincoln is the benchmark for perseverance. He was loving, loyal and never forgot where he came from. In our book “BLESSEDNESS OF BROKENNESS” I’m convinced that his initial setbacks propelled him to later success. The greatest leaders reach greatness not because they were perfect but endured testing both personally and professionally. Over the years, I often wondered what it was like to carry our Commander in Chief that night in the midst of chaos and confusion in our Capital City? It was recorded that Lincoln invited 14 people to attend the theater that night of the assassination with he and his wife. Sadly, just like his first couple proposals to a potential wife and the dozen plus that turned him down for the theater he faced rejection repeatedly. Many forget that his first fiance died. To think the President was told by others they were ‘too busy’ for him is mind boggling. Then again Jesus came to His own & they received Him not.

The Bible admonishes us to pray for those in authority. After working nearly 20 years in Washington, for two U.S. Presidents, speechwriter to House Majority Leader of Congress, floor staff of US Senate, aide to Governor of Maryland and a few assignments in between it is a fact leadership is lovely but lonely. When my ancestor died in 1877 it was noted in two DC newspapers that he became close friends with President Lincoln while working at The White House. One actually says that he was one of Lincoln’s favorites. Ironically, President Lincoln died on Good Friday, 1865. As he signed the Emancipation Proclamation granting freedom to slaves, Jesus died on Good Friday redeeming us by His blood liberating all by faith who trust in Him to set us free whom were once enslaved by sin. While working in the U.S. Capitol and appointed floor staff of the Senate, I have actually touched the exact table that President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation abolishing slavery. Doing the right thing is rarely easy. Looking back, those we celebrate in death unfortunately we often tolerate in life. Great individuals recognize greatness in others without being threatened or intimidated. #ThatWillPreach

Now it is evident to others, but since my childhood I desired to enter politics, protect the President or Preach the Gospel. A young Bill Clinton met JFK at age 18 in that picture of them meeting helped catapult him to the presidency. If our Baby Andrew elects to enter politics he could note near the 200 year Anniv of my ancestor carrying Lincoln to remind America that although he cannot carry the individual again but certainly his ideals. Not the man but message carrying it to the masses. Perhaps, if the Lord tarries Baby Andrew “may be one to watch.” 🙂 I also learned that being in law enforcement is as much a calling as entering the ministry.

While speaking across America, I’m mindful that when my ancestor carried President Lincoln he carried the closest to the King of a Nation we will ever have because the presidency is an institution not an individual. When my dad’s friend was a pallbearer for Elvis Presley in 1977, he carried the king of rock & roll but as Christians we don’t simply carry ‘The King of a nation’, or “The King of Rock & Roll” but we carry “The King of all kings” by our life and lips. The beauty is it really is Christ carrying us. My ancestor could attest its one thing to carry greatness but it’s entirely and ETERNALLY different when Greatness (God) carries you! I thank God for Lincoln and despite him touching the world it’s humbling to think my ancestor touched him. Even greater, by grace we can touch Almighty God. What’s wild, He calls us friend too. I love that song ‘I am a friend of God – HE CALLS ME FRIEND.”

LESSONS on LINCOLN: The best leaders are usually those whom suffered great loss. Regardless, if Christ on the cross or Lincoln’s losses the best were blessed with burdens that most shoulders were too small to carry. Never make fun of those who have been through some storms 1) It doesn’t honor Christ 2) You could be next 3) They probably brought more to the table in talent and their assignment and anointing was more visible 4) Therefore, became a larger target of both enemy and friendly fire 5) It could have been God’s Divine Plan to bend them in the process of making them. Even the Bible notes “it pleased God to bruise His Son” 6) Sometimes storms, setback and sin come on folks not for doing wrong but they could have been living right. 7) God delights in deadbeats and relishes in resurrection 8) Charles Spurgeon noted “There is a special battalion in the Almighty’s Army were only wounded soldiers can serve.” The folks I admire the most have endured much and whom you discard God often elevates to touch the world. Who you see as trash God elevates as treasure.

The next time you encounter loss you may have been privately promoted in God’s service and didn’t even know it. Had Christ never endured Hell He couldn’t give away Heaven. Had Lincoln not faced rejection, pain and bondage early on he wouldn’t have been compassionate to do right at the end by granting freedom to slaves. I’m certain those facing the darkest depression in private make the lasting impressions in public. Had Michael Jordan not been cut on the varsity basketball from his high school coach he wouldn’t have dominated in the pros with six championships, billion dollar sales with Nike and gold medals from Olympics. Adversity causes most to break – the rest BREAK records. Which one are you? Stress is not your enemy but a friend you haven’t appreciated yet.

Today, thank God for your setbacks because they’re setups for success. Appreciate your adversities and find a blessedness in brokenness. The boy who gave his lunch to the Lord graduated from mediocrity to ministry. His lunch in his hands fed a few but given to God and BROKEN in His hands fed five thousand plus. Those that have been stretched and scarred often have the privilege to touch the world. Crumbs in your hand is a mess. Crumbs in God’s Hands become your MESSage. Plus, the Lord Loves Leftovers!

Thank God for the blessings but praise Him for the burdens because the beauty is a valley is actually just an upside down mountain. Thankfully, Jesus walks with us in both problems and promotion. Truly, His loss on Calvary was our gain Easter Sunday. Our disappointments today could be Divine Appointments tomorrow. Thank God for losses because we learn more about our Lord through the ugly than going undefeated. If you ever feel like a reject than you are in Good Company. Because the best are blessed because they were by passed before but found grace in God before the end. Count it ALL joy!

In closing, God wanted a family and He sowed a Son. President Abraham Lincoln paid his life in full so as Americans we could become family. At 23, I was blessed to walk on the floor everyday of the United States Senate with President Pro Tempore Strom Thurmond (R-SC) holding on to me because he was so feeble to escort him to his chair as he opened the Senate in session. He was the icon but I was just an individual. Ironically, he was the first southern U.S. Senator to hire an African American on his staff. Daily, I knew I was carrying greatness but both he and God were carrying me. I recall my good friend, Dr Lloyd Ogilvie, Chaplain of US Senate inviting me to “carry him” or in today’s terms drive him to the National Prayer Breakfast to be his guest as Mother Teresa spoke before our President and national leaders. For a full year, it was my privilege to drive a Member of Congress in the House Leadership daily from his home to office and every stop in between or chaperoning Governors to Chiefs of Police. When I picked up my wife and carried her across the threshold into our honeymoon suite and home later, I knew without a shadow of doubt that I was “carrying greatness.” The two times I caught both Hannah Grace & Andrew Lincoln Shelton in the Emergency Room wearing surgical gloves as they were born and beheld a miracle from Heaven while in a hospital on earth I knew what was in my hands (and care). At the moment and every moment since, I have been entrusted to “carry greatness.”

In 1994, I drove to NC “by faith” with hardly a dime to my name to attend a preacher’s conference in Walkertown, NC. While there, I saw a senior citizen dressed in a navy blue double breasted suit. My heart had compassion on this man and I felt the Holy Spirit inviting this senior and stranger to be my guest to a revival not even in my home state. I reached out to him but the moment I had him in my car I didn’t know his name, occupation but certain that something was special about him. My prayer was if he were lost he would be saved. I drove this man in my car and we get to the church and over 2,000 people are present. The service already started and when they saw me with the man I chaperoned they whisked on to the FRONT ROW! Then the unthinkable happens. The moderator of the pastor’s conference says: “Our guest speaker tonight has baptized over 63,000 souls in 70 years of ministry. He is pastor emeritus of Tennessee Temple Univ in Chattanooga, TN and an international evangelist. Join me and welcoming the podium DR LEE ROBERSON!!” Are you kidding me? The man I thought may be lost and was obedient to invite to a revival was the KEYNOTE speaker and I didn’t even know who or what I had in my car. All I know is looking back and by God’s grace I CARRIED GREATNESS and GREATNESS CARRIED ME and had a front row seat to prove it. PRAISE GOD!

Over the years, I have been blessed to minister over a dozen times with my childhood hero, Basketball icon and Hall of Fame, Meadowlark Lemon. We have been in over five states together and we have had breakfast, lunch and dinner en route to preaching at events. The last time, I had him in my hometown of Waldorf, MD he asked me to drive him to the airport to Ronald Reagan Airport in DC to catch a flight to NY to be a guest that night on Sean Hannity. I’m not the sharpest tool in the shed but the entire time I knew I was CARRYING GREATNESS! One year ago next week (Dec 2, 2011), Meadowlark floored me and asked me to meet him in St Louis, MO as his guest to attend World Series Winner Albert Pujols charity gala. The “greats are gracious” and he took me to have dinner with Albert & Mrs Pujols, Lou Brock, Don Mattingly & Stan “The Man” Musial! While in Guatemala, I was blessed to fly over with officials of Compassion International and interact and hug the destitute, become friends with the father-less and love those with the least. The highlight for me was being one of the one percent to ever meet in person the child we sponsor. The day I picked up Margaurita in person and held her above my head with my own hands without question – I knew I was CARRYING GREATNESS. When former World Wrestling Champ Nikita Koloff and I were ministering in Jamaica with five time World Wrestling Champ Lex Luger we had dinner that night on the cruise. Lex had a stroke several years back and was struggling that night without his walker. Lex had a hard time doing down steps and Nikita grabbed his left arm and I took the right and had the privilege to have “The Total Package” hang on us carrying him down a flight of steps.

When my favorite Christian singer, Michael English was going through the toughest time of his life God impressed on me to write him notes of encouragement annually reminding him that the best was yet to come. I just knew that if he would read them in a small way and act of obedience and compassion we could do it again “carry greatness.” We have been blessed to minister nearly a dozen times in a couple states and today he is back singing to 10,000 per night with the Gaither Vocal Band. When they came to town earlier this year, Michael graciously gave us four FLOOR seats dead center! When we love on folks in their valley they dont forget you when back on the mountain!

When one of best friends since fourth grade was strung out on drugs and the State of Maryland made a rare exception for me to visit him, pray and send him Scripture verses on a weekly basis, I knew that I was carrying greatness. Today, he’s married with half a dozen kids and a preacher of the Gospel. THAT IS GOD!! Greatness is not just man or a moment but the momentum that the Lord is going to use them in the future. When the smallest church in my home county called me three times and told me they were going to close the doors and sell the church my heart dropped. My calling is to do the work of an evangelist however, I had just vowed to God that I promised not to be so “big” that I wouldn’t cease to help the smallest church around. I was told long ago: “If you are too big for the little things than you will be too little for the big things.” I cancelled half my bookings and for a year and half dedicated to preaching the Word, loving on people and stayed until they found their pastor. God builds the church but blesses the Christian for helping. Many may see me preach to a couple million next week again on TBN in California but God saw the country church when very few did in Maryland. Looking back, some of my best ministry is probably there. All ministry is massive when we do it for the Lord. Some see the public platform today but not the private preparation then. For me, it was always an Audience of One. I knew even then that to serve in the Lord’s House was part of “carrying Greatness” by preaching His Word and participating in His Work. Regardless, if ministering to Hollywood, homeless or one hooked on heroine it is all priceless to promote the Prince of Peace. Every single time I get up to preach the Gospel and see both Dr E.V. Hill & Dr Junior Hill’s signature inside the cover of my Bible, I know I’m carrying greatness. Not just because they signed it but Jesus sealed it and people still need the Lord and its been an honor to have a front row seat to watch God saves souls before my very eyes. God’s Word is our only Hope.

ALL of us carry greatness. It may not be a President or an earthly king but God has deposited dreams, calling and an assignment in all of us. Like the “Footprints” poem its actually GREATNESS carrying us. What makes individuals great is not the gift but the love of God for them. Inside every heart ever born is a God shaped vacuum that only He can fill. If you have a restlessness in your life it is the absence of a personal, vibrant saving relationship with Christ. You can have money in your bank but if you don’t have God in your tank than you are running on fumes. Pull over before it’s too late. For those who have already trusted Christ you have amazing greatness within you because as Kids of the King, the Lord is IN you.

I have shared this story around the globe for over half my life and its one of my favorites. Enjoy! “In 1863, a young lad played the solitare game “hopskotch” in front of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. His game ceased when he saw the cries of a stranger. He approached the senior and asked: “Mister, why do you cry?” The man barked: “You are just a kid! You can do nothing for me. Get away!” The boy perplexed said: “Mister, I don’t mean any harm. However, I must ask what’s bothering you because I cannot proceed with my game with you alone and upset.” The man rolled his eyes and said while pointing to towards The White House. “Young boy, I have tried for three days to get through those gates to see the President.” The boy confused said: “Why do you need to see him?” The man replied: “My son has a warrant for his arrest for treason. He’s accused of fleeing in the midst of the ongoing Civil War. I raised him better than that and he would not flee much less neglect his duties.” The little lad said: “Sir, that’s all you need?” The man said: “That’s all I need. But you are just a kid, you cannot do anything for me.” The boy said music to his ears: “FOLLOW ME.” When the guard saw the boy immediately the gates of The White House opened. They walked across the North Lawn of the most powerful address in the world and inside the Executive Mansion. The boy said: “Wait here” and within four minutes come back down the spiral staircase steps with the most powerful person in the planet. He introdces President Lincoln, standing 6’4 adorning a stove top hat to his new friend he met on the street moments before. The Commander in Chief stands before a common man. The President hears the person’s plea and the Statesman grants the stranger a Presidential Pardon. HOW IN THE WORLD DID THE OLD MAN GET IN? The little lad was Tad Lincoln, the President’s son and the Bible is clearNO MAN CAN GET TO THE FATHER – unless you come in with SON.” (Jesus).

Lincoln had his share of loss, everyone knows his leadership, take comfort in his lonliness and be grateful for his legacy but make no mistake Lincoln was great but Jesus is God. However, every single day of my life I thank God for them both. One granted freedom temporaily the Other for all eternity. JESUS SAVES!

* This article was printed in “CAROLINA VOICES” in 1996. My dear friend, Rev Ray Hardee graciously wrote it when Frank Shelton Jr was 24 years old.

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About the Author:

Part author, comedian & visionary but FULL communicator of Biblical Truth, Frank Shelton travels the globe pointing people to a personal relationship with Jesus. He shares HUMOR, celebrity impressions and powerful life stories that Exalt the Savior, Encourage the Saints and Evangelizes the Sinner desiring to build God's Kingdom not his. Frank has a God given gift to "dial in" to those disconnected from God and hung up in life. He is an evangelist and encourager and ideal for students, singles and Sunday services speaking over 200 dates per year at various venues.

32 Comments

  1. Oscar Barnhardt November 16, 2012 at 7:37 pm - Reply

    Friends, take the time to read the whole post. You’ll be blessed you did.

  2. Kim York November 16, 2012 at 7:38 pm - Reply

    What an incredible story! I love how you can see God in all the details & dates-How very cool is our God!! No coincidence in that. When did you say you will be on Fox News again?

  3. Dave Sterrett November 16, 2012 at 7:39 pm - Reply

    Frank, I wish I could watch it with you in DC! I hope to visit you sometime, maybe in January while I’m there at the march for Life again.

  4. Ray Carson November 16, 2012 at 7:39 pm - Reply

    He is softly and tenderly calling us today, Lincoln was killed by disbelivers, and Jesus was killed by disbelivers but the reward be to God, for they are in heaven with there Heavenly Father, for eternity.

  5. Romie Szobo November 16, 2012 at 7:40 pm - Reply

    What a testimony!! I’m reading “Killing Lincoln” right now, and living it!! I believe after Jesus, he is my next favorite!!

  6. Ross November 16, 2012 at 7:40 pm - Reply

    Frank, going to see it this week! Great post brother

  7. Frances Sizemore November 16, 2012 at 7:41 pm - Reply

    Wow! Thoroughly enjoyed your post! You have an amazing family heritage ! Enjoyed learning about it and the interesting facts about Lincoln. Andrew has some big shoes to fill! 🙂 Thanks for sharing Frank!

  8. Tom Bartlett November 16, 2012 at 7:42 pm - Reply

    That’s cool! Hannibal Hamlin who was Lincolns first Vice President and just missed becoming President by days had he went a second term is in my family…:)

  9. Pastor D Daniels November 19, 2012 at 4:29 pm - Reply

    I pastor the First Southern Baptist Church, Las Vegas, we are a block east of the Stratosphere, closest church right off the “Strip” I checked out your web-site and read a lot. I’d be the one honored to have a man of your caliber and accomplishments for the Lord. We would be honored to have you preach at our church one day. Next time I watch “Rocky Balboa” I’ll look for you where you were an extra. That movie has at least 5 good allusions to faith, “Let there be light” and Zech 4:6 quoted by old boxer in prayer, and earlier a Bible study is going on in Rocky’s eatery.

  10. Monica Dabbs November 19, 2012 at 4:30 pm - Reply

    That’s a beautiful message…just what i needed to hear today! Its amazing to see how God is using you frank!! keep up the good work:)

  11. John Wesley Linton November 19, 2012 at 4:38 pm - Reply

    Good word Frank….I likewise will be watching this movie on Friday….Lincoln was my favorite president as well!

  12. Fred P November 19, 2012 at 4:38 pm - Reply

    Spoiler: he dies at the end.

  13. S.T November 19, 2012 at 4:57 pm - Reply

    Frank:

    I am thankful for the Lincoln blog post for more than just the uplifting nature, and you are correct in this. I have a good childhood friend, who is an atheist, and a devoted to most of a liberal agenda.

    The blessing of your post is that it is an answered prayer. He and I have had political spars. On one of his posts he showed a map of the US and voting and compared it to slavery. He said that Lincoln would not be a conservative, would denounce our beliefs in God, and would think that our (conservative) policies shackle instead of liberate.

    So I am blessed to have read your post and thankful to God for the answer of a small prayer. The prayer was I needed an uplift to continue to challenge my friend that Christ is the answer. I am humbled – to have gotten an answer and encouragement through your post.

    On the human side – it is always a great lesson to learn the perseverance that Lincoln had to go through, and during his struggles he never turned from God. A less we all can take and share.

    I would ask that you you say a prayer for Charlie that he would come to see that Jesus is not dead but the only way to have Life.

    Take Care and God Bless!

  14. Debra November 19, 2012 at 10:47 pm - Reply

    Frank, just as your ancestor carried President Lincoln and your father’s friend carried Elvis Presley as a pallbearer, I felt like our Heavenly Father say “I have assigned Frank to carry my Gospel to ends of the earth.” So thankful for your service Bro Frank. In London, they say CARRY ON

  15. Scott November 19, 2012 at 10:48 pm - Reply

    Happy Thanksgiving to you Ruth and Hannah and little barrack!lol! I have not forgot you! I finally got a history teaching position ! please send my wife and I an information packet! i am still doing youth in a church that has no money! but i am thinking booking you 2013 in the fall lord willing.we will raise the money and you can stay with me and pj! WE WILL CALL YOU THE NEXT TIME I AM IN DC

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING ,

    SCOTT

  16. Michael & Mia Steelman November 20, 2012 at 4:06 pm - Reply

    Thank you for allowing God to use you to preach, teach and reach us all during the five service revival in NC last week. Enjoyed the messages every night. Will be praying for you and your family. 🙂 Michael and Mia Steelman. South Oak Ridge, Yadkinville NC

  17. Anita Rawls November 20, 2012 at 4:07 pm - Reply

    You have the best posts Frank, I am sharing this with all my friends. God bless

  18. Lori H November 20, 2012 at 4:09 pm - Reply

    GREAT JOB on Sunday!! Frank your message was AWESOME and your wife is absolutely beautiful! Keep doing what you’re doing – God has blessed you with a great gift! So proud of you! I cried during and after your message. God really spoke to me. To hear Pastor Marvin got hurt at 6AM and you called in at 7AM to fill in and preach with little notice and see four saved and altar packed is God totally flowing in and through your life. Thanks for being a willing vessel. Have a blessed THANKSGIVING!!

  19. Och November 20, 2012 at 4:11 pm - Reply

    Brother Frank, you are being MIGHTILY used by God! He’s really amazing. And so are you! Im still being moved and ministered to since hearing your message on Sunday at The Fellowship Church. God has really blessed you for a time such as this. Love you bro

  20. Guy Latimer November 20, 2012 at 4:12 pm - Reply

    Frank, you did great Sunday preaching and communicated so clearly. Pastor Marvin would be so proud

  21. Randy Hogue November 21, 2012 at 7:07 pm - Reply

    Bro Frank – Great writing about GREATNESS – love the Lincoln post. I havent see such great prose since A.W. Tozer 🙂 Love you buddy and proud of you

  22. Dr Junior Hill November 21, 2012 at 7:08 pm - Reply

    I sure wish I could be a great preacher like you Brother Frank. The next time we meet I am going to have you sign my Bible. Press on Mighty Man of God. I am sure proud of you!

  23. Carol B November 24, 2012 at 9:07 pm - Reply

    Wow! Frank you are such a amazing God fearing gentleman who has always inspired me to push myself to become a better person! Thanks for your encouragement! God Bless you and your family during the CHRISTmas Season!

  24. Marla November 24, 2012 at 9:09 pm - Reply

    Ms Marla with. ” Too Blessed 2 Be Stressed” Hope u guys had a Wonderful Thanksgiven I just ready your email and Really enjoyed it. Stay in touch and hopefully soon u and the Family can come 2 Tn. Love U Guys!! 2 Blessed!! Marla

  25. Warren Sears November 24, 2012 at 9:10 pm - Reply

    Hi Frank,

    Many thanks for your inspiring thoughts about Lincoln! He has always been my hero as well. I’ve been so involved with writing these days, I didn’t even know there was a new movie out there about Lincoln.

    Praise the LORD.

    Soon I will be asking you to endorse a new book I’ve just finished writing. Still struggling with the title. And now of course is the big job of trying to get an agent. Know any one you would reccommend?

    Hope to see you soon.

    Love in Jesus,

    Warren Sears

  26. Earl Gray November 26, 2012 at 5:28 pm - Reply

    Wow!!

  27. Terry Barnes November 26, 2012 at 5:29 pm - Reply

    Very interesting Frank! Can’t wait to see it!!

  28. Christina B November 26, 2012 at 5:29 pm - Reply

    Always love reading your posts and the message–you have always shown how every person has worth and that every soul matters to our Lord. Thank you and bless you and your family, my friend!

  29. Christie Boyer November 26, 2012 at 5:30 pm - Reply

    We loved the movie and loved reading your post..what an inheritance!

  30. Stevie Prather November 27, 2012 at 5:52 pm - Reply

    WOWIII You are a CLASS ACT, my friend!!! I am still impressed by your professionalism and, more importantly, your undying desire to make Christ known!!! I love you, Frank, and thank God that He has allowed our paths to cross!! Have a BLESSED day in Him!!

  31. Dave Burkett November 27, 2012 at 5:53 pm - Reply

    I am thankful for you Frank! I loved reading about your family history. The Shelton Dynasty is amazing. Thanks again for introducing me to Michael English. I love you both

  32. vicki November 27, 2012 at 10:03 pm - Reply

    hey frank, i called TBN yesterday, are you going to be in tustin or costa mesa, ca? & the date again you are scheduled to be on? we are considering bringing a group up from san diego to see you at the taping as you preach

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