The Kingdom’s Garden

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1913 – 1988

These are the Meditations of Dr. Robert W Kirkpatrick. Dr. Kirkpatrick was a Presbyterian Minister Associated with the Presbyterian Church (U S A) from the Late 1930s till the mid-1980. Dr. Kirkpatrick began his pastorate at Makemie Presbyterian Church in Accomack Va. He became the Assistant Pastor at Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church in Charleston, West Virginia. Dr. Kirkpatrick then pastored First Presbyterian Church of Saint Albans, W. Va., While at Saint Albans Dr. Kirkpatrick pastored two mission Churches Rebecca Little Page and McKinnon Chapel, and also supplied the pulpit for Fairview and Chemical Presbyterian Churches and planted the Highlawn Presbyterian Church. Dr. Kirkpatrick then pastored the First Presbyterian Church of Hinton W. Va. And supplied the pulpit at Keller Presbyterian in Lowell, W. VA. He then returned to the Kanawha Valley and was the associate pastor at the First Presbyterian Church of Charleston, W. Va. In 1963 Dr. Kirkpatrick moved to Florida and Pastored the Whitfield Estates Presbyterian Church in Sarasota, Florida. In 1971 he began his pastorate at First Presbyterian Church of Dade City, Florida where he retired. After retirement, Dr. Kirkpatrick went on to serve in many Churches in Florida, North Carolina & Mississippi as an interim Pastor.

Dr. Kirkpatrick was married to Rosemary Welsh for over forty years and raised five children, Robert Martin, James William, Mary Virginia, Thomas Norman and Steven Paul. Rosemary and Bob have a growing number of Grand, Great and Great-Great-Grand Children numbering over fifty.

I acquired his sermons several years ago and they have been a tremendous blessing to me and now I pray and hope they will continue to bless you as well. Dr. Kirkpatrick went home to be with the Lord in 1988 and it amazes me that his sermons are still preaching the Word of God to this day.

Come and visit often. I have re-keyed 312 sermons and continue to work my way through the treasure chest. It is my prayer and hopes that as you read the work of my father, Dr. Robert William Kirkpatrick, you find the blessing of falling in love with the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This was his statement of purpose to teach the Word of God in a way that his parishioners could not help but fall in love with the Lord.

May the Blessings of the Lord be with each of you every hour of your day.

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