SORRY TO HEAR THE BAD NEWS ABOUT YOUR SON`S FRIENDS IT IS SO SAD WHEN WE LOOSE SOMEONE WE CARE ABOUT PLEASE RELAY OUR CONDOLENCES.
YOUR ARTICLE WAS REALLY GOOD THIS MONTH I GUESS WE ALL NEED TO TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT OURSELVES AND MAKE SURE WE ARE BEING THE BEST EXAMPLE WE COULD BE FOR THOSE AROUND US
LOVE AND KISSES ANNETTE
Published By Annette (firstname.lastname@example.org) - September 5 2006 23:2:36 Bravo Donna,
I have to tell you what convinced me was this:
I don`t have to drink but about 1/2 glass of wine before I begin to feel the effects. My reasoning is this, when the Lord comes to gather his people I want to be ready. I would hate for my Savior to find me tipsy and leave me behind because I was not of a sober character.
Published By Carol - September 5 2006 0:31:15 Donna,
Well, well said!!!
Published By Lindy (email@example.com) - September 5 2006 0:29:55 What a great lesson in your article . . Alcohol has never been a temptation to me so feel I cant judge . I can have a good time without it . / Sure sorry to hear about your sons freinds . That is heartbreaking .
Time is a flying When are you planning on taking off for the south ? Keep me posted .
Published By Bernice firstname.lastname@example.org - September 5 2006 0:27:23 WOW!!!!!!!! This is one of your best articles that you have ever written. WOW. The impact of it is tremendous and should set many, many people to thinking. Wonderful job. Truly the voice of the Lord is being heard.