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October 23, 2005
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2005
Posted by: Fairhaven Baptist Church and College | more..
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Sorry to have neglected my updates for the last three weeks. Let me briefly update you on what has happened here.

The last day of our fall campaign we didn't see the results that we wanted, but it proved the principle of sowing and reaping. We didn't go out like we did the week before, and so we didn't have that much work done that we could ask God's blessing on. It was disappointing, but a lesson for our people, as well as us.

We have seen new people continue to come for the last two weeks, and just finished a salvation lesson series, which resulted in five people making professions of faith! Praise the Lord!

We have several salvation lessons lined up for this coming week also.

God really blessed this morning with 32 people in attendance! What a blessing! Among them was a young couple who formerly were our English students that came during our push. They didn't come last week, so we were glad to see them back. The young man, Sainaa, without me asking said that they were sick last week and could not come. We arranged to meet next Saturday, so please pray for Sainaa and Bujee. We would appreciate your prayers for the salvation lessons this coming week, and the people who made professions today.

Thank you for your prayers for us also; we need them.

In Christ,

Jason

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