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Denis Martindale


* About Revelation TV


Several of my Gospel poems have been
read out on Revelation TV and I often
write about the programmes and topics on
this Christian TV channel thanks to the
receiving of their monthly RTIMES newsletters.

You can hear the word of the Lord each day on
Revelation TV on Sky, Freesat or Freeview HD, or
the Roku set top box or Revelation TV online.

You can search my poems for Revelation TV
programmes and topics, using keywords
like Jesus, God, Holy Spirit, Church, baptism
and revelation tv or revelationtv.

Submitted: Friday, September 13, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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Regards, Denis Martindale.

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