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February 16, 2006

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Fred McKinnon

Hey Pastor Bobby -
Ain't it great to love your land. I'm the first to say that Saint Simons Island's beach here IN GA pales in comparison to the beautiful sand and water there in P'Cola - it was truly a great place to visit back in January - hoping t come back soon!

I share a similar admiration for the "promised land" where we call home - the beautiful oaks, marsh, wildlife, history - it's great that God lets us be in places we love, amen!?

For the Kingdom,
Fred McKinon
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Betty Bryant

I love Pensacola for all those reasons too, and as it's getting a littler warmer I really miss it...I was in Jacksonville this weekend at the beach, and though it was beautiful, it's NOT PENSACOLA! My very favorite driving view is across the Lillian bridge going into (or out of) Alabama, looking toward the gulf. That view, about sunset, or on a clear night is breathtaking, too.

Paula Segrest McCollough

Waaaaaaaaaah! I MISS PENSACOLA! I LOVE all the things you mentioned, Pastor Bobby. Thanks for taking me back for a few minutes. God bless you all and Happy Belated B-day!! : )

Robert Pooley

Ilove this... you love Pensacola... but you sure seem to be in my neck of the woodsa lot... Gulf Breeze. Lunch in Gulf Breeze... driving back from Gulf Breeze. Admit it Buddy... Gulf Breeze IS the promised land. :-)

Leah Flaton

I truly miss my home. Pensacola will always be home in my heart and everything you mentioned, I miss it all. Just last night, I wanted so bad to sit in quiet peace at Perdido Key. The hustle and bustle of Orlando is so fast-paced. Pensacola is definitely a wonderful place to live and enjoy life

becca

We were just talking about different places to live--last night at aftermath. For us, Pensacola means good friends, good memories and so many new opportunities.

DEbbie

We live off Scenic Hwy down near Olive Rd and Winding Lane Exit. If you are ever down that far, please drop by and see us. I love the sunsets and recall a saying, "God grant enough clouds to make a beautiful sunset" which to me means just enough of trials to make our life turn out lovely in his sight with His help! Hope you are having a wonderful day for Jesus and yourself. we really should look for the lovely in everything and especially to see Jesus in others as He said if you do it unto one of the least of these, you have done it unto me.
Thanks for this blog as we are reminded to stop and smell the roses and see the beauty God has so richly given us. Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder and sometimes we must look deep inside a person to see their true beauty but that is an idea for a different blog. I suppose. You will never run out of ideas. I liked the article about your blog that was in the PNJ. Sent it to my friend in Pennsylvania. Thanks for being our wonderful inspiring young at heart pastor!!!

DEbbie

We live off Scenic Hwy down near Olive Rd and Winding Lane Exit. If you are ever down that far, please drop by and see us. I love the sunsets and recall a saying, "God grant enough clouds to make a beautiful sunset" which to me means just enough of trials to make our life turn out lovely in his sight with His help! Hope you are having a wonderful day for Jesus and yourself. we really should look for the lovely in everything and especially to see Jesus in others as He said if you do it unto one of the least of these, you have done it unto me.
Thanks for this blog as we are reminded to stop and smell the roses and see the beauty God has so richly given us. Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder and sometimes we must look deep inside a person to see their true beauty but that is an idea for a different blog. I suppose. You will never run out of ideas. I liked the article about your blog that was in the PNJ. Sent it to my friend in Pennsylvania. Thanks for being our wonderful inspiring young at heart pastor!!!

amanda b.

i love driving under graffiti bridge and knowing it's a landmark and not an eyesore. i also love 4th of july in front of the gulf power building and knowing if i go to our tiny little starbucks i'll see at least 8 people i know. i really like it here! :-) great blog topic PB!!

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