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Predestination - Dr. Duane Spencer

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Published on Sep 10, 2012

Dr. Duane Edward Spencer was born and raised in the Kansas\Missouri area. He was drawn to Christ at the age of twelve at a Methodist revival meeting. God blessed him with an amazing voice so he pursued a career in music which was interrupted by four years in the Army Air Corps after graduation from the Kansas Conservatory of Music. During two years of graduate studies at West-minster Choir College he per-formed with the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, and Philadelphia Orchestra. He served in the music ministry in several churches and during this time began to study New Testament Greek. He and his family moved to Texas due to the illness of his young daughter, and there he was hired by Travis Park Methodist Church to start a choir school. During this time he also taught a Sunday school class in which he expounded the book of John from the Greek text and felt a definite call to the ministry of the Word. In 1953 he was appointed pastor of First Methodist Church of Devine, Texas. He served two other Methodist congregations before being convinced that Methodism was en-trenched in apostasy and re-quested to be relieved of all connection with it. His request was granted by his bishop, and he was released with honors. In 1963 Grace Bible Church was organized, and the 'Word of Grace' radio broadcast was planted. Next came
the Grace Bible College Prep. School of which he was the head-master. A few months after a massive coronary in 1976 Dr. Spencer published his first copy of the KEY magazine which used Word keys to unlock Scripture. His final planting came when he and the Session of Grace Bible Church led the congregation into union with the Orthodox Presbyterian Denomination. Dr. Spencer suffered another severe heart attack in 1975, at the age of 55, and then requested that a new pastor be called allowing him to re-tire. He was called from his loving labors in 1981, but the rich fruits of his work continue to bring glory to his Lord and Savior.

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