From: Mrs. Faith Isaiah <*xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Donation for the Work of God
Beloved brethren in the Lord,
GOD IS NOW CALLING YOU TO HANDLE THIS DONATION FOR HIS OBIDENT CHILDREN IN YOUR COUNTRY, CONFIRM YOUR ACCEPTANCE STAND THIS CALLING FROM HIM BY REPLYING IMMEDIATELY TO THIS MESSAGE.
My name is Mrs. Faith Isaiah from <*xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />
My dear beloved in the Lord, since I will not have long time to stay on this earth due to sickness and I have no child to take care of this money, I decided to donate it to the house of the Lord. 'The Bible made us to understand that it is more blessed to give than to receive'. I am interested in the establishment of Charity Organizations, Orphanage homes and hospitals, which was my late husband's mind before his death, please I want you to help me see that my mind and the mind of my late husband is fulfill, I know that you will not fail to spread the funds across the globe.
As soon as I receive your reply, I will give you the contact information of the lawyer in charge of taking care of negotiations on this and other details that will enable the Bank transfer the fund to your account, the lawyer will issue you an authorization letter that will make you the real co-beneficiary of this donation/money. Please my dear, always be putting me in your daily prayers so that our living Almighty will add more living to my life in other to witness the confirmation of this donation into your hand for the work of God as I was instructed in this message. I will be looking forward to receive your reply after reading this mail.
May God give you wisdom, strength and knowledge to handle this work that he have appointed you to handle, Amen.
Yours beloved sister in Christ,
Mrs. Faith Isaiah
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