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Outstanding Bible Studies

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    I have been listening to the Bible Studies that are held at this church for quite some time and all are wonderful, however I have found the ones that have been presented recently in which the focus has been on certain chapters of Revelation and one in particular which was held last week entitled, “Emmanuel, God With Us” so interesting as well as being very informative and helpful and have offered so much to our progress in becoming a more effective student in Christian Science. I have listened to this particular one over and over and never tire of it, each time I get a new thought from it.

    I had attended a few Bible Study classes being held in a Christian Science church that I had been a member of (a number of years ago) and can honestly say that the Bible Study classes of that church and the studies of the Plainfield Church Independent are in an entirely different league. These Bible Studies are of the highest caliber and I am so grateful and proud to be a member of this church and to have this incredible opportunity to be able to listen and learn.

    My gratitude goes out to all those who have participated and brought so much information and profound thought to these Studies.

    Thank you so much.

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