T. A. and Staff,
A short note of encouragement and thanks for continuing to send me your timely, instructive, and eye-opening newsletter over the past two decades. After reading, I have used your important work as an outreach ministry by placing the newsletters in public places for others to hopefully “stumble” upon, e.g., doctors’ offices, hospitals, parks, bus stops, etc. May our Lord Jesus shower His blessings on your faithfulness! (TC)
Dear Ed and TBC,
I thank you so much for your reply to my query [about] something that had become a stumbling block to my freedom and joy in the Spirit. Truly I can testify to the Truth setting one free, as I now once more have freedom in the Spirit and can rejoice. I was coming under condemnation, and “there is no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives you life has set you free...” Rom:8:1-2.
My husband and I live in the “wilderness” so to speak, as we are isolated on our son’s farm in far northern South Africa.... Julie Leo, from the Johannesburg office, has sent me books and a Dave Hunt DVD. When I listen to Dave, or read his sermons, or recall the messages we heard him preach in Durban, it is “meat” that he is feeding one....Thank you for showing me from God’s Word the truth about grace—forgiveness and confession of sins being necessary. R (South Africa)
I just wanted you to know that I have finished reading the book entitled Judgment Day. The book gave a clear understanding that salvation is through the Blood of Jesus Christ and not by something we have done. I found it to be the best book written (besides the Bible) concerning the times we are living in. Also, [reading] the history of Catholicism and Islam, especially concerning how they are treating God’s chosen people and their land, brought clarity.
We are buying more copies for our grown kids and one each for two pastors in our area. Thanks again for your wonderful work for the Lord. JL (OR).
Dear Mr. McMahon,
I have not been pleased with the newsletter since you changed format. “If it is not broke, don’t try to fix it.” More importantly, I am less pleased with your unwillingness to [speak up] as America is turned into a totalitarian nation. You do not even warn your readers of possible difficulties/detours in their very affluent life styles. Contentment is not in the thoughts of most of my church-going friends. “Get more” is the byword and mindset.
America has been the place where the Gospel message was sent forth—to the neglecting of our duty to preserve our freedoms. Now we find ourselves (some of us) overwhelmed by the Evil that pervades our land. VE (TX).
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Thank you for your time and your work of ministry at The Berean Call. I love most that you are sticking to what you have always done: Be a discernment/apologetics ministry. If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it! Keep on with the ministry the Lord gave you. GF (CA, prisoner).