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Dear Ones,

Just wanted to let you know that I look forward to the Newsletter every month! I know it is work, but I really appreciate it. I purchase your books to give away so people can see for themselves about the apostasy. Mostly, the feeling I’m getting is, “What does a little 60-year-old lady know about anything?” I’m getting this feeling as I minister, but the books and videos are helpful to get the point across. Most Christians—I say “most”—have no clue what Truth (the Bible) is all about. NG (OR)

Dear Brother McMahon, 

Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Thank you for the monthly newsletter. It is very informative for these last days. With the lack of truth from the mainstream media, Christian newsletters are a good source of the truth. The Gospel needs to be preached during the turmoil in our world and country. Keep up the good work in the Lord as a good soldier. May God bless you always. GV (prisoner, FL)

Dear TBC,

I just wanted to comment on a question on the August Question and Answer page, and it has to do with social justice. I just wanted to say thank you, T. A. McMahon, for standing your ground in the response.…We are just so surrounded, even here in Nebraska. It seems that everybody that was once a church grower, but [who then] gets onto the cause of social justice, leaves the Bible. 

Those who believe in a personal relationship with Christ are looked at as numb to the ills of society around them—you know, becoming the “bad people who don’t care about anybody else.” So I just wanted to say, “Thank you for sticking to your guns on the social justice issue, because it just seems not biblical in any way. I’ve been a subscriber to the Berean Call for years, and a big fan of Dave and Tom. God bless, and I’ll be praying for you.” Anon. (Telecon)

Dear Brother McMahon,

I want to thank you for your humble yet spot-on reply concerning using the KJV. I remember as an “infant” in Christ in the County Jail….I began reading the Bible, but [they were] the “easy-to-understand” versions, like the Living Bible, Good News, etc.

However, as I went to service and listened to the “old school” preachers read out of the KJV, I thought, It sounds so majestic! It seemed to have a more powerful way of getting God’s message across. Keep up the good work. May the Lord continue to bless your ministry. GA (prisoner, MI)