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February 02, 2012



Since you can't talk, you have plenty of margin to type big words like Otorhinolaryngogogy. How fun is that? :)

Greg Davenport

I'm glad your surgery went well. You can use your quiet time stockpiling thoughts to talk about later.


Pr 17:28 Even a fool, when he is silent, is counted wise, and he who shuts his lips is counted as a man of understanding.
Ps 51:15 O LORD, open my lips, and my mouth shall show forth Your praise.
Ps 141:3 Set a watch, O LORD, before my mouth; keep the door of my lips.
Ps 141:3 Set a watch, O LORD, before my mouth; keep the door of my lips.
Pr 13:3 He who keeps his mouth keeps his life; he who opens his lips wide, it is ruin to him.

Phyllis A Seyler

It's funny how God brings people to mind. I'm sitting at work here in Illinois wondering how things are going at GCC. To be more percise, how you were doing. I go to the website, click on your blog to see if you had any profound thoughts for me to soak in and see...GET WELCOME SOON! Well at first my heart dropped. 'Mark Beeson sick!'
To my relief I find you, although physically silent, still speaking about the greatest of the God we serve! My heart leaps for joy!
I pray you find in the silence, a strong audiable voice from God and more words, as if you need them, to continue leading God's people to glory!
Thank you for being the man of God He created you to be...
With Love & Prayers for a speedy recovery,

Doreen Miller

Mark, you are awesome whether you can speak or not! Wishing you a fast and speedy recovery with your voice. Miss your wonderful laugh :) sending prayers your way. Take care . Doreen


I too am a fan of Dr. Brooks.

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