Two Copper Coins

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Xulon Press, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 168 pages
The Lord asked Dale Price, "Do you love Me?" And Dale answered, "Yes, I love you." Then the Lord said, "Feed My sheep." Dale dedicated his life to keeping all of the Divine appointments that God made for him. The details of his story don't matter. Dale's times of trial only increased his faith; he embraced the Refiner's fire. When the shadows do come, I want to be found holding His hand. Walking by faith is truly where we learn that our trust in Christ goes way beyond salvation-it is a trust that places every moment, every day, every fear, and every cell in His infinite care. As crazy as it may seem, I pray for the heat. Not that I desire a reversal of my present good reports. I just pray for the sense of complete dependency that comes when God turns on His Refiner's fire. Dale Price, co-founder and executive director of Canyonview Camp near Silverton, Oregon, taught Apologetics, Christian Counseling, and numerous Bible classes in Canyonview's Equestrian College and Bible College. He and his wife, Ruby, who were married in 1970, have two married sons and five grandsons. He retired in 1999 from the Army Reserve as a "Bird" Colonel. The last four years of his Army Reserve he served as an Emergency Planning Liaison Officer for Fifth US Army, planning for military response to terrorism or natural disasters. In addition to his ministry at Canyonview, Dale served as interim pastor of Silverton's First Baptist Church for 18 months, remaining active in Silverton's ministerial association until his death. He was past president of the Northwest Section of Christian Camping International, a frequent speaker at national and regional Christian Camp and Conference Association (CCCA) meetings, and a keynote speaker for Russia's CCCA.
 

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Contents

Abiding with Him
8
In His Service
36
Living Each Day for Him
56
Walking by Faith
74
Power of God
106
Sweet Adoration
126
Epilogue
152
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