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377 S. Harrison Street, 12D
East Orange, NJ 07018

Phone: 973-395-1068 h


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Married February 2, 1974


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Re: [HoB/D] FW: [Walking With Integrity] Hot off the wire: House of

  • To: <bishopsdeputies@hobd.org>
  • Subject: Re: [HoB/D] FW: [Walking With Integrity] Hot off the wire: House of
  • From: Louie Crew <>
  • Date: Wed, 02 Dec 2009 12:06:45 -0500
  • Sent: Wednesday, December 02, 2009 12:01 PM

Bruce, Elizabeth, Lee......

Rejoice that we don't have to come to XXXX+ for the forgiveness of our

Instead, we have an advocate, with the Father, Jesus Christ the Righteous,
and he is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not for ours only but
also for the sins absolutely everybody.

XXXX+, thank you for the prompt for us to make John's witness afresh.  I
pray that God will not judge you as you have judged us.  God is
marvelously kind. God's judgment is the only one that counts.


Louie, L1 Newark

Louie Crew, 377 S. Harrison St., 12D, East Orange, NJ 07018 973-395-1068
http://queereye4lectionary.blogspot.com/  Queer Eye for the Lectionary

There's a wideness in God's mercy
like the wideness of the sea;
there's a kindness in his justice,
which is more than liberty.
There is welcome for the sinner,
and more graces for the good;
there is mercy with the Savior;
there is healing in his blood.

There is no place where earth's sorrows
are more felt than in heaven;
there is no place where earth's failings
have such kind judgment given.
There is plentiful redemption
in the blood that has been shed;
there is joy for all the members
in the sorrows of the Head.

For the love of God is broader
than the measure of man's mind;
and the heart of the Eternal
is most wonderfully kind.
If our love were but more faithful,
we should take him at his word;
and our life would be thanksgiving
for the goodness of the Lord.

-- Frederick William Faber, 1862