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February 25, 2014


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I love Franks honesty with integrity.. there is no pretense what-so-ever in this man.
No one can think they know Frank's story until hearing/reading it first hand.
During the course of his sharing i am brought back to Jesus' encounter with the woman caught in adultery and the religious leaders, and let us all examine our inner lives with the same honesty.
Thank you, I so appreciate this post!

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