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May You Have a Blessed and Christ-Centered 2014

31 Dec

Dear follower and reader of Scripture Alone,

Thank you so much for following and reading the blog in 2013. Thank you very much also for you comments. I would like also to thank those who rebloged or shared the blog with other readers. I should confess here: “I write so that God’s truth should be read by many, and when you visit the blog, read it and share it with others, I am always glad.”

My prayer is that God will continue to use the blog to His own glory in 2014. By God’s grace, Scripture Alone will continue to “Give a reason for our faith and contend for this faith to the glory of God.”

Once again, thank you very much for reading and following the blog.

May you have a Blessed 2014 and may Christ and His Word richly dwell in you

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Posted by on December 31, 2013 in My Life as a Christian

 

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2 responses to “May You Have a Blessed and Christ-Centered 2014

  1. Derrick Garland Coy

    December 31, 2013 at 6:42 pm

    Dear Confex, may the Lord continue to use you throughout the year to spread his Word. Best wishes to you in your studies and blesses to you and your wife. I hope that you’re adjusting well to the winters! :-)

     
    • conmakhalira

      January 2, 2014 at 6:29 pm

      Thanks so much. We are adjusting fine to the winter although it is a great adjustment indeed. May God also bless you and your family and ministry.

       

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