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Lonely Are The Free
Written & Performed by Steve Earle
Courtesy of New West Records
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A Man of Courage
Pastor Reinke is an amazing man. I was impressed with his courage to stand firm in helping people. He is a man of great compassion, love and forgiveness. I was deeply saddened by his choices at the end of the movie and I would hope and pray that those traits he shared with others he would give to himself, especially forgiveness. If God forgives then he must forgive himsrlf. He is not greater than God.
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