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Dr. Joseph Matiko <email@example.com>To: firstname.lastname@example.org Nov 26 at 10:55 AM
Dear Dr. Ludwig,
Thank you so much sir for your constant support! you stood with me without wavering from Bachelor to PhD program. What can I say to you sir, I have no words to express my appreciation to you. I am forever Grateful! I am also humbled for this achievement. May the good Lord keep on giving you more grace to continue doing the same for others who are in the same position which I was before I met you. When I look at you I see a great Mentor and a father in you. I thank God for your big heart of lifting others and bring them into higher dimensions in the kingdom.
Once again I thank God and I thank you for hearing God and obeying Him that it should be as it is in this day. For me this PhD is a great gift because it is given to me on my birth day. I will always work along Bold Christian University and United States Christian University to fulfil the mandate God gave you. Amen.
Yours Sincerely, Dr. Joseph Matiko, Pretoria, South Africa