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TRUE. Source documentation does not have to be stored in the CDBG project files if it is readily available to be reviewed by the grantee, HUD, or other authorized representatives. In general, however, subrecipients will find that it is more efficient in the long run to maintain as much project information as possible in files specifically dedicated to their CDBG activities.
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TRUE. And is not this full proof that you are conscious you are wrong? tfor if your cause is good, why not go to God with it? If you are right in opposing those means, which are, in their nature, calculated to spread the gospel and a knowledge of religious truth, it certainly would be right to pray to God to stop it, and to bless the feeble exertions which you are making against its spread. Yea, I do insist, my brother, the very first step towards consistency on the part of those ministers who are opposed to the missionary cause, is to quit preaching themselves, because every gospel sermon is a missionary eRort. fle next step towards consistency, would be to quit praying for the spread of the gospel, for every sincere prayer is an eRort in the missionary cause. And the third and last step to be completely consistent, would be to pray against it; for our preaching and praying surely ought always to correspond.