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February 09, 2008


salome quirmolue

I wish the West haven City Council has a chance to read this and/or I wish this little comment make it's way to the eyes and ears of the pulic either throgh the media or by whatever means possible. I don't know of anyone in this country or in the city of west haven who haven't heard of or about all the calamities such as earthquakes, tsunami,tonardos,floods fires and you name it. Well Jesus said,"when you or hear of these things, the end is near." But one interesting thing He said in the book of Matthew is this:"I tell you the truth, this generation will not pass untill all these things take place.you know before Jesus said this, he spoke in a lot of paribles, including the one of the fig tree,and that parible, according to the book Matthew 24:30-51, I thing it is our generation( the twenty first century)that will see the coming of the Lord.I'm quite sure and believe with all my heart that the city of west haven does not want to put herselsf in the position where she will be the one to prohabit the good news of Jesus Christ from coming to it's people.

Yours in the Master's vineyard
Salome Quirmolue.

Eddie Shabazz

Blessings and greetings to these soldiers of Christ during this battle with the city of West Haven. I formerly resided in West Haven and I'm very surprised at West Haven's actions. I believe The Lord will open the hearts of the West Haven Officials and do what is right by allowing the Natural Flow of Christ to prevail. You all are ever in my prayers, In Christ Jesus, Eddie

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