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    A bad omen for William and Kate?

    I just saw this and I found it humorous. What a gaffe! But is it a sign?

    William and Kate split
    Ben
    Chaplain, US Army
    Stuttgart, Germany
    TE Potomac Presbytery, PCA
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    This is a a travesty. How could they do this!

    ---------- Post added at 11:19 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:10 AM ----------

    All joking aside, I would not be surprised if this split came about someday just because of some self fulfilling prophecy from ridiculous claims like this.
    Justin Clarke
    Member of New Life Presbyterian Church (PCA)
    La Mesa, CA
    MA in Biblical Studies & Theology at Westminster Seminary California

    From
    Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada
    Living In San Diego

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    They should have gotten the Forever Stamps!
    Jim
    An Elder, Harvest Reformed Church (RCUS),Minot, ND
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    Upon a life I did not live; upon a death I did not die, Another's death, Another's life, I'd rest my soul eternally
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    Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    This could also be taken as another sign that NZ is moving closer and closer to leaving the Commonwealth. "Wills" did go on a tour of those areas most affected by the earthquake not only to support the Kiwis, but show that the Royals are still relevant to Australia and New Zealand. This is just my opinion. I believe Prince William to be the most sincere of all the Royals.
    Jeff Wyman
    Little Farms Chapel OPC, Coopersville, MI
    www.calvinseminary.edu

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