thanksJust a note to express my deep appreciation to the readers. Readership has doubled in 2014 despite my health problems and many weeks away from the keyboard — and I am more grateful for your time and attention than I know how to express.


About Jay F Guin

My name is Jay Guin, and I’m a retired elder. I wrote The Holy Spirit and Revolutionary Grace about 18 years ago. I’ve spoken at the Pepperdine, Lipscomb, ACU, Harding, and Tulsa lectureships and at ElderLink. My wife’s name is Denise, and I have four sons, Chris, Jonathan, Tyler, and Philip. I have two grandchildren. And I practice law.
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6 Responses to Thanks!

  1. Monty says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. John Bullington says:

    Thank you so much for your work in the Lord’s Kingdom. Your effort is so beneficial for me.

  3. It is we who should thank you! So, thank you for your tireless efforts and voluminous postings.

    I know you must enjoy doing it, for I know you have many demands on your time. As I recently told my grand daughter, when you love your work it’s not work. Yet it is time consuming, time you could easily put to other things – and for that we all thank you.

  4. Larry Cheek says:

    Your work here is priceless, The lives being touched here is priceless. You have mentioned that readership has increased, this increases the value of all of the comments, yours and ours. In remembering in the past the volume of readers that you mentioned possibly 2000 readers per day. I often wonder why there are not many more individuals commenting, it is very seldom that I observe a new individual commenting. I am not complaining, but are there that many people who are afraid to add their 2 cents or commit to presenting a concept that they have questions about? For me this is an invaluable opportunity to test anything we can have doubts about. I know that in classes that I previously taught there were many questions from classmates which when brought to light reviled a much clearer understanding of God’s Word and how to apply it to our individual lives. For those of you who have not commented as of yet, this can be as addictive as facebook which I see as almost useless for the time consumption and what most people place on it. There will probably never be information on this site which will not be valuable to many, and your thoughts even give it more value. I believe that Jay would back me in this comment, (try it you will like it). Jay this 2000ish number you expressed earlier is fantastic. I really believe as commentors if we could understand that it could be possible that 4000 individuals might read what we have taught then we could have an influence on many more lives than possible within our immediate community. God’s massages would be greatly amplified in the world.
    Go, Go, Go Jay we appreciate you.

  5. wayne says:

    thank you for continuing to blog in spite of every thing that has hit you, may God bless your efforts and influence!!

  6. susan says:

    Thank you, Jay!!!

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