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BABY-FACED ROBERT SMITH AND THE CURE’S FIRST TIME IN AMERICA, 1980

BABY-FACED ROBERT SMITH AND THE CURE’S FIRST TIME IN AMERICA, 1980.

In Spring of 1980, just as Robert Smith was about to turn 21 years old, the Cure, supporting their sophomore release Seventeen Seconds (and new single “A Forest”) made their first trip to America. 24 more words

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Expository Preaching

What a great definition of expository preaching:

Expository preaching is the ushering of the hearer by the Word of God into the presence of Christ, the Son of God, through the power of the Spirit of God, for the purpose of transformation.

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Expository Preaching

On February 5, 1980.

On February 5, 1980, “Fiction” released “Boys Don’t Cry” studio album by The Cure. “Boys Don’t Cry” was recorded in 1978 and 1979, and was produced by Chris Parry. 69 more words

MOJO20'S FAVOURITE... / ...ARCTIC MONKEYS

Today marks 10 years since the release of the now iconic, bold, confident and record-breaking debut album from Arctic Monkeys, Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not.  132 more words

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