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Old Dec 13, '07, 1:02 am
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Default valedictions / letter closings

Greetings, all -

I was just browsing the internet trying to find different ways to close a letter. I usually use the standards: "Yours in Christ" or "God bless" but I sometimes wish I knew some other good phrases.

My search of the net found a number of resources for business letter closings, but nothing for religious closings. Does anybody know of a good resource?

Or better yet, maybe you could all just post your favorite closings?

Thanks - and God bless!
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Old Dec 13, '07, 3:53 am
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Default Re: valedictions / letter closings

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Greetings, all -

I was just browsing the internet trying to find different ways to close a letter. I usually use the standards: "Yours in Christ" or "God bless" but I sometimes wish I knew some other good phrases.

My search of the net found a number of resources for business letter closings, but nothing for religious closings. Does anybody know of a good resource?

Or better yet, maybe you could all just post your favorite closings?

Thanks - and God bless!
I always write "Peace and blessings"
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Old Dec 13, '07, 4:06 pm
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Love and prayers.... hugs and prayers....

Peace,

May God richly bless you and yours,

Thank you for your [generosity]. You are a blessing to us all [to me]....

With God's peace,

Have a blessed All Saint's Day,

Love,

Take care,

You're in my prayers,
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