Some Free Gifts in the Webstore to Say Thanks

Posted Dec 27, 2010 by Adrian Ebens in Newsletters Hits: 1,353

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Dear {subtag:name}

This is just a brief note to say thanks for visiting and supporting Maranatha Media this year. I have appreciated the many emails of encouragement and support. It has been a joy to have nearly 30,000 visitors from around the world visit the site, share thoughts, download resources and read and share articles.

I pray that you and your family have a safe holiday season and that the joy of Christ will be with you all through 2011.

I have made available a number of products in the webstore completely free during the period of 27th December to the 31st of December. Here are the products you can download for free from the downloadable products section of the webstore

  • God's Last Message of Love
  • The Daniel Seminar
  • The Pattern of Salvation
  • Sanctuary Images
  • God's Last Message of Love Powerpoint Files
  • Jones and Waggoner Collection

As this year draws to a close, I pray that our dear Father in heaven will bless you abundantly in the knowledge of His Son and that we would all come together in the unity of the faith rejoicing the the priceless gift of Christ for our sins. I pray that our families will be unbroken in heaven and that those who have loved ones who are walking at a distance from our Father will be reconciled to Him through His Spirit.

Blessings

Adrian Ebens

Maranatha Media


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