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    Happy Birthday CharlieJ

    1 member is celebrating a birthday on 09-28-2010:

    -CharlieJ (born 1986, Age: 24)

    Happy Birthday!

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    Happy birthday!
    Vicar Willie Grills
    Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
    Fort Wayne, IN

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    Have a great birthday!
    John Lanier
    Covenant Presbyterian Church (OPC) - LaGrange, GA
    Lanett, AL

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    Happy birthday!

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    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Happy Birthday!

    Our fair morning is at hand, the daystar is near the rising, and we are not many miles from home; what matters the ill entertainment in the smoky inns of this miserable life? We are not to stay here, and we will be dearly welcome to Him whom we go to. --The Loveliness of Christ, Samuel Rutherford

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    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Happy Birthday!
    John Komenda
    Attending: Refreshing Springs Church
    Buffalo, New York

    Before they call I will answer; while they are yet speaking I will hear. Is.65:24 ESV

    The Scriptures teach us the best way of living, the noblest way of suffering, and the most comfortable way of dying. John Flavel.

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    Happy Birthday
    Leslie Koster
    Browns Mills, NJ

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    Join Date
    Jun 2009
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    Have a very Happy Birthday!
    In faith,
    I am a member of The First Presbyterian Church of Manasquan, New Jersey. I am also a member of their weekly Bible class. I am in the process of joining The First Presbyterian Church of Manasquan Menís

    May we all be Sons of the Reformation and continue to proclaim what it means to be Reformed Protestant Christians! Being Protestant means we protest heresy and we proclaim the truth of the Gospel.


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