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Dear Reverend Nile,
Greetings in Christ, welcome in 2019 and thanks for your always sending me the update about your vision for your community and glory of God.

My prayers are with you in coming election. Please say regards to him from me, soon will try to meet him and share Pakistani Christian community ‘s companies in south west for his healthy and Godly mission for Australian.

Regards,
Imran Maqsood JP


Dear Fred,
Always great to hear from you Fred, keep up the good work mate. We pray for you & Silvana daily.

In these difficult days we do need to put on the full armour of God. The Evil one is trying to have his hay day, but greater is he, our loving father, who is for us than he that is against us.


Dear Rev Nile,
Thank you so much for hosting such a wonderful meeting for me at the NSW Parliament during my recent visit to Australia. It was so good to see you again.

This marked my ninth annual trip to your wonderful country and aside from the gorgeous, warm weather, I so enjoyed meeting new supporters of Israel, reconnecting with old friends, and bringing an updated message from Israel to all who were interested in what I had to say.

You have consistently taken a strong stand on Israel and have hosted me personally in Parliament House for nine straight years. You continue to express support for our work to strengthen the people and the communities who are at the centre of the struggle for Israel. I can’t tell you how much your support at this difficult time means to me.

Sincerely
Sondra Oster Baras
Director Christian Friends of Israeli Communities (CFIC)


Dear Mr Nile,
Thank you for your letter. I am grateful for your strong Christian presence and the wonderful job you have done in the Parliament for so long.

I have supported Christian politics for many years, but I am concerned that we now have more than one party and, therefore, the vote is fragmented and the effect is diluted. I wonder if the ordinary ‘man in the street’ understands any obscure differences between the parties? I don’t understand the disunity (which is not a good witness and is
ultimately harmful) either.

Would we have a better chance of getting a candidate elected if the Christian vote was consolidated? Surely all parties wish to see Australia led by biblical principles. I confess I don’t have the answer, but would it be worth canvassing all parties to consider uniting, even if it can’t be done before the next election?

As things stand, a lot of time, effort and money have not so far delivered much success.

May God continue to bless and guide you.
Yours truly
F M McG