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I've been inactive on my website. Sorry.

I have not answered a lot of your emails because I thought that I had closed my website. I just checked today and saw it was still in service.

I'm so sorry I haven't been blogging and answering emails. I'll try to do better.

Meanwhile, my wife and I have been taking care of our 94 year old aunt while her husband is recovering from a stroke. We have been at their home in Red Bluff, CA, and they do not have internet in their home.

I love you guys and gals. Stay faithful to our Lord Jesus. He's coming soon!

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