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Date: Thursday 05/09/2002 3:06:03am
Name: Judy Kay Bowen   Emailjbowen1023@earthlink.net
Country: USA
Found Site by: By A Friend

Comments:
    This is a wonderful website. I feel blessed to have been referred to it.

Record: 32
Date: Wednesday 03/20/2002 1:59:45pm
Name: Jan   Emailjan@goodnesslady.com
Homepage: Poetry by Jan
  Home Page http://www.ourchurch.com/member/p/poetjan/
State: Kansas
Country: USA
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    I just wanted you to know that I think you have a wonderful and blessed site. And, that I enjoyed my visit very much. Thank you. May God bless you and continue to keep you safe in the palm of His hand. Blessings and smiles, Jan

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Date: Wednesday 03/17/2002 10:01:07am
Name: Keith Lynch   Emailiclivingstone@att.net
Homepage: Life's hourglass
  Home Page http://iclivingstone@blackplanet.com
Country: USA
Found Site by: Just Surfed In

Comments:
    I thank God for your articles here on the web. Keep up this good work, I forwarded your page to many of my friends. Continue being a good soldier in God's army.

Record: 30
Date: Sunday 03/10/2002 11:35:44pm
Name: David D'Onofrio
State: New Jersey
Country: USA
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    The best Christian website on the net! Keep up the great work Tony!!

Record: 29
Date: Monday 02/11/2002 10:17:29am
Name: Philip Livingstone   Emailprliv@tweedbankley.fsnet.co.uk
Homepage: Preacher Without A Pulpit
  Home Page http://www.theforgottenbible.org.uk
Country: Scotland
Found Site by: Just Surfed In

Comments:
    In a world deluged with the Contemporary Nothingness of the modern church, what a joy to find a service such as this on the Internet. I Thank You for it.

Record: 28
Date: Saturday 02/02/2002 7:21:35pm
Name: M Algate   Emailmdalgate@yahoo.com
State: Idaho
Country: USA
Found Site by: Just Surfed In

Comments:
    Absolutely love your site. I have read many of the articles you have....GREAT! Just one note...Dr. D.A. Waite (article on KJV) is not a reformed believer....he is absolutely against many of the doctrines of reformed theology.

Record: 27
Date: Thursday 01/31/2002 2:06:54pm
Name: Stanley Samuel   Emailsailwithjesus@yahoo.com
Country: USA
Found Site by: Just Surfed IN

Comments:
    You have a great website and the links have very good information. I forwarded your website to about 100 friends of mine.

God bless your endeavour

Record: 26
Date: Monday 01/07/2002 12:24:00am
Name: Hazel Stapleton   Emailhazel@stapleton132.freeserve.co.uk
Homepage: A Christian Perspective on M.E.
  Home Page http://www.stapleton132.freeserve.co.uk
Country: United Kingdom
Found Site by: Just Surefed In

Comments:
    I have only recently come across your site and think it is great. Well set out; helpful and informative. Keep up the good work!
God Bless.

Record: 25
Date: 12/24/2001 11:05:14am
Name: Matthew Bailey   Emailmattbailey30@hotmail.com
City: Sparta     State: Tenn
Country: USA
Found Site by: Just Surfed In

Comments:
    Hello, just checking out the site. Thought I would inform you of your link to the The Gospel Way on your links page. This looks like a Campbellite site that includes baptism as necessary to be saved. A long ways off from reformed theology. I trust that you did not realize what this site was about.

Praise ye the LORD.
Psalm 150:6

Matthew Bailey

Record: 24
Date: 12/17/2001 0:02:19am
Name: Timothy Falck   Emailtimfalck@yahoo.com
Homepage: Theomatics -- Scientific Proof That GOD
  Home Page http://tfalck.home.att.net/theomatics/
Country: USA
Found Site by: Search Engine

Comments:
    I really like your Web site because of the huge amount of material that supports the amillennial position. I also agree with you when you state in your article, "The Numbers in the Scriptures!", that numbers in the Bible often carry a spiritual significance. However, I must disagree with your belief system that you make evident when you state that you are "in no way endorsing wild numerological ideas about computations of numbers in scripture, or of codes, or other unbiblical schemes". The reason I mention this is because if you exclude even the possibility that mathematical codes can be found in the Bible, then you have probably excluded that possibility before examining the evidence (if you have actually seen the evidence of Theomatics, you would probably not make that statement). It is presumptuous to believe that God could not possibly work that way. If you have seen the evidence--which is extremely solid and abundant--then you would also rejoice in the revelation of what God has put in the Bible--a code that supports the Bible and ironically also supports the amillennial position. Theomatics, or the mathematics or numbers of God, clearly demonstrates the divine and symbolic nature of the Bible. Theomatics is so profound and deep (AND scientifically proven) that it would be irresponsible and arrogant to deny its existence. Anyway, I say this in kindness and as an offer for you to investigate this God-given phenomenon. Please check out www.theomatics.com for more information.

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