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July 26, 2007



Dear Pastor Bobby,
Today (7/29) was my first time attending your church. I just relocated to Milton coming from Southern California and saw your program on television. I thought finding a church similar to the one I was use to was going to be difficult but the Lord always seems to connect me with the right people at the right time.

Thank you for your message today about putting my past behind me. I have come to realize that I need to focus on my future more, and not dwell on my past. I need to break old habits and start healthy new ones. I need to take every wrong I ever done in my life and ask the Lord for forgiveness and leave my troubled past with him.

1 John 1:9 But if we confess our sins to him, he is faithful and just to forgive us and to cleanse us from every wrong.

Thank you Jesus for dying for my sins.

Your message today will stay with me when I start to think about my past again. A voice will come into my head saying "let it go..."

I liked your 9am service so much, I plan to go to the 5pm one also!

Thank you so much.

brian hassett

Awesome! my mom is back now and with grandma and an extra starggler. her brother, Chris, whom i believe is here for a reason and i will deffinately try to get him to come. he was amazed when i described to him the music that we play. We were unloading the UHaul for grandma and he was acting like i was five and saying "are you ok, do you got that?" i said "ya i do this every sunday for church!! we have a truck and haul all of our equipment from the rave to ntf and vis versa." He said "whats the truck for?? flags and streamers?!!" i began to tell him about the music and show him some and then told him about God on the billboards this year and how we played vertigo last year and my youth pastor sang it. and He was like what?! Your not aloud to do that. (catholic background.) ha ha he actually thought it was amazing and i think he may come sunday. im excited. Next stop, Michael Hassett AKA: DAD

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