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May 15, 2006


Kat in GA

AMEN to that, Sir. Very well-said, and very, very true.


That was wonderfully said. How very true!

May I make a request? I have a young man over there, and I would like it very much if you would keep him in your prayers.

He is PFC Jonathon. I cannot say his last name, because Soldiers' Angels has asked I do not. He is a tanker, though. He has just been taken under my care, and I pray I can be a good friend to him. Thank you.

Patricia Golden

Thank you again for the message which so many of us need to hear. Thank you for being there for our men and women and reminding them that God still is in charge and loves us.

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