NEW! MLTR (Michael Learns To Rock) – 25 Minutes Too Late with Lyrics

www.Free-Music.TV – We offer more than 4 Millions FREE MP3 music. Download it now! MLTR (Michael Learns To Rock) – 25 Minutes Too Late (Lyrics) After some time I’ve finally made up my mind She is the girl and I really want to make her mine I’m searching everywhere to find her again To tell her I love her And I’m sorry ’bout the things I’ve done I find her standing in front of the church The only place in town where I didn’t search She looks so happy in her wedding dress But she’s crying while she’s saying this Boy I missed your kisses all the time but this is Twenty five minutes too late Though you travelled so far boy I’m sorry you are Twenty five minutes too late Against the wind I’m going home again Wishing be back to the time when we were more than Friends But still I see her in front of the church The only place in town where I didn’t search She looks so happy in her wedding dress But she cried while she’s saying this Boy I missed your kisses all the time but this is Twenty five minutes too late Though you travelled so far boy I’m sorry you are Twenty five minutes too late Out in the streets Places where hungry hearts have nothing to eat Inside my head Still I can hear the words she said Boy I missed your kisses all the time but this is Twenty five minutes too late Though you travelled so far boy I’m sorry you are Twenty five minutes too late Boy I missed your kisses all the time but this is Twenty five minutes too late Though you travelled so far boy I’m sorry you
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5 Minutes Bible Study – Revival This Year

REVIVAL THIS YEAR by Dr. Harold Sala Great is the LORD’S anger that burns against us because our fathers have not obeyed the words of this book; they have not acted in accordance with all that is written there concerning us. 2 Kings 22:13 Reidun Gesswein vividly remembered when Pastor Thorleif Holm-Glad was walking through the empty sanctuary of Betlehem Church in Oslo, Norway when the old caretaker of the church stopped him and soberly announced, “See these empty seats? This year there will be revival in this church!” The pastor was startled to say the least. Yes, he knew the church had empty seats and plenty of them. No, not during the week when people were working but during services when the empty seats should have been filled. He also knew the caretaker was a good man, not given to exaggeration. Reidun’s husband, Armin, a key person in the Norwegian revival, described the caretaker as “a very humble, soft-spoken man. Never a platform man or public speaker. Just a quiet man, doing his job well. But a man of prayer. An intercessor.” And what happened? It was in the early 1930s, and the churches of Norway were about as cold as the ice which filled the fjords in winter. But within a year the prophecy of the old caretaker was realized, and revival came such as had never before been known in that church or that country. Says Armin, “It turned out to be one of the greatest revivals of this century. On and on the meeting went as the fire kept on burning. In connection with
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