Common-place Book: n. a book in which common-places, or notable or striking passages are noted; a book in which things especially to be remembered or referred to are recorded.
The moment was passed when Sarah sent Hagar into Abraham's tent. “He [Ishmael] will be a wild man; his hand (will be) against every man and every man’s hand against him; and he shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.” - (Genesis 16:12)
You and John Hagee will be in agreement then (now ducking for cover.)
If so, it's the only thing we are in agreement about. This is, in Hagee's case, proof that no one can be wrong all the time even though he tries hard.
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