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    Newbie From Ohio

    Greetings from Northeast Ohio. I have been reading from this site for about 6 years with admiration that the many contributors have demonstrated for the love of Christ and His Word. I hope that anything that I might contribute will exemplify those same qualities.
    John D. Carter, Ph.D.
    The Chapel in Marlboro
    Uniontown, OH

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    Welcome to the board John!
    John Komenda
    Attending: Refreshing Springs Church
    Buffalo, New York
    http://www.refreshingspringsministri...c_id=140000066

    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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    Welcome, John!
    Andrew
    Attending: Covenant OPC Komoka, Ontario, Canada

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    CJ Wormald
    St. Andrews Presbyterian Church (PCQ)
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    Welcome. Howdy. and Hello.
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    Welcome!
    Zach
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    Member of the OPC

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    Welcome to the PB, John!
    Norm
    PCA
    Iowa

    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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    Greetings. I spent a few winters in Cleveland. All things considered, I'd rather be in Texas.
    Edward
    Deacon
    PCA
    Texas

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    Welcome.
    Eric

    Covenant Reformed Church (URCNA)
    Scranton, PA

    17 Beware lest you say in your heart, My power and the might of my hand have gotten me this wealth. 18You shall remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you power to get wealth, that he may confirm his covenant that he swore to your fathers, as it is this day. Deuteronomy 8

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    Hey!
    Christopher Henderson
    Communicant member Brainerd Hills PCA, laboring to raise up an RPCNA plant in Dayton, TN
    living in Dayton, TN

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    Welcome.
    Rev. Daniel Kok
    Teaching Elder in the St. Lawrence Presbytery of the RPCNA
    Calgary, Alberta CANADA

    "What sort of pledge and how great is this of love towards us! Christ lives for us not for himself!"
    John Calvin, Commentary on the Hebrews (7:25)

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    Ellen
    Florida
    Reformed Baptist
    1689 LBCF

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    Welcome
    Phil A
    Non-denominational Paedo-baptist

    Attending an Independent Church
    England, UK

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    Welcome John. One rule I determined to follow when I recently joined was,
    Let him that righteous is me smite,
    it shall a kindness be;
    Let him reprove, I shall it count
    a precious oil to me.
    Looking forward to your contributions.
    Jeff O'Neil,Port Talbot,South Wales.
    Attending Independent Church at
    nearby Neath.

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    Welcome.
    Jon Dulin
    OPC
    Virginia

    The real question is not, as often pretended, between the Word of God and the creed of men, but between the tried and proved faith of the collective body of God's people, and the private judgement and the unassisted wisdom of the repudiator of creeds. A.A. Hodge

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    Greetings!
    Anna
    Wife of Tim/Marrow Man
    Mother of Grace Cameron
    Louisville, KY
    Member of Midlane Park Presbyterian (Associate Reformed Presbyterian)


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    Welcome aboard.
    Curt Lovelace
    Director, Lifework Forum
    Somewhere in New England, USA

    Attending Limington OPC, Limington ME

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcart View Post
    Greetings from Northeast Ohio. I have been reading from this site for about 6 years with admiration that the many contributors have demonstrated for the love of Christ and His Word. I hope that anything that I might contribute will exemplify those same qualities.
    Welcome, brother. I'm just a bit north of you in Cleveland.

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    Greetings in the love of Christ.
    Jason Sanchez
    Slave of Christ, Husband to Misty, Father of seven children.
    Sovereign Grace OPC
    Redlands, Ca

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    Thank you to all.
    One of my favorites:
    Ephesians 2: 8-9
    John D. Carter, Ph.D.
    The Chapel in Marlboro
    Uniontown, OH

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    Welcome John.
    Bob, RBC Louisville. 1689 LBCF

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