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Swindon full of drunken Scottish soldiers

Drunken soldiers swamped Swindon, according to the diary of our friend Wlliam Hallam:

27th February 1915
After tea to Bath Rd Reading Room. Saw two girls when they came in tonight said the town was full of drunken Scots who were in from Draycott camp. 6 more words

Behind The Lines

Admonition--A Call to be Something More than Just 'Not Drunk'

“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour” (1 Peter 5:8-9 NKJV).

“Alcohol kills more teenagers than all other drugs combined. 1,151 more words


Noah’s “drunken stupor”?

Standing up for the patriarch

Not to decry the magnificence of the Sistine Chapel, but Michelangelo’s rendition of the drunkenness of Noah is nothing less than a patent perversion of the Biblical account – hilarious hypocrisy in which the nude cover the nude. 850 more words

Daily Bible Verse - 16.02.2015

Luke 21:34

“Be on guard, so that your hearts will not be weighted down with dissipation and drunkenness and the worries of life, and that day will not come on you suddenly like a trap;

Daily Bible Verse

October 1858 in Thornbury

This is an extract from The Times of 6th October 1858.

Let’s transcribe that.

Serious Case of cutting and wounding. – The usually quiet town of Thornbury, Gloucestershire was on Sunday last thrown into a state of great excitement by a rapidly spread report that a man named Joseph Gough, a labourer, had been seriously injured by being stabbed. 819 more words


February 5, 1915

Drunkenness among the womenfolk of the nation was a causing concern with reports in the national press of a dramatic increase in the numbers frequenting pubs. 964 more words

(02/05/2015) The Curse of Black Skin?

Blasphemy, divine curses, judgment against sin, and racism are in view, today.  Christians preparing for the soon coming of Christ to harvest his believers from the earth are convinced that the Savior has already ended every curse, and broken every yoke except his own.  929 more words