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He came to invite sinners to repent and to believe the good news of salvation.
Our third winner Sylvia said she could not believe the good news.
Al Nabhani, a petroleum engineer employed with Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), could not believe the good news.
Even the doubters will get another chance to believe the good news.
Officials at Americans United for Separation of Church and State say they support the central finding of the Lamb's Chapel ruling -- that religious groups should have the same right to rent public schools after hours as other community organizations -- but believe the Good News Club case presents a different set of facts.
However, he said, "We believe the good news more than outweighs the bad.
The beginning of the Gospel comes to mind: 'Repent and believe the Good News.
While it is tempting to count our chickens and embrace a new dawn for a town desperately needing such a jobs boost, months of uncertainty mean Dunfermline will believe the good news only when the factory is in full production.