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Swaziland : A Season of Open Heaven

Swaziland : A Season of Open Heaven

“News from Swaziland” by National Overseer Bishop ST Masilela
Season of Open Heavens – Deut. 28:12.
Swaziland-2015Over 3500 delegates and friends of the Church of God of Prophecy in Swaziland descended at Mavuso Trade Centre for this years’ National Convention. The theme for this year is “Season of Open Heavens” taken from Deuteronomy 28:12. The church was challenged to recommit to seeking God and fully obey His commandments. God promises to open heavens and all the blessings will come upon His people. A total of 134 members sponsored this national gathering each contributing $100 towards the cost to host such a huge meeting.

Our report shows that the church is growing in all regions with 3215 souls that accepted Christ this year, with 3370 receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit, 230 baptized in water and added to the church. The Church membership now stands at 6975. We have set a national target to reach the 10,000 membership mark and 100 churches by 2020. Three local churches have been organized this year, at Ekulindeni with 49 members, Emalangeni with 27 members and Bhadzeni with 25 members.

The church has also embarked in building projects to set up worship structures at different locations. Eight new local church structures are under construction in three regions of the Kingdom. These local church buildings are being funded by the church members and should be completed in the coming year. The church is continuing with the drive to build national headquarters at the 12 hectare farm that has been purchased
along the highway to the current headquarters. The fundraising committee is working very hard to raise funds towards the project for the building which will house camps and national conventions.

Swaziland 2015Feminine Dignity Africa Report by Sister Sigongile Masilela
I am so excited to report the good fruits that Africa is reaping courtesy of our Harvest Partners and our beloved friends, Kentucky Women. We have successfully launched “Africa Will Never Be the Same” in Swaziland in providing assistance to women through the Feminine Dignity for Africa project. In March 2015, we received a donation from the Kentucky Women which helped us to buy morning shoes and dignity kits for our 100 ministers’ wives who attended the Morning Prayer Breakfast Meeting during our National Convention.

Part of the funds from this kind gesture was used for the purchase of 40 chairs, sanitary and toiletry items for young, middle aged women at Emalangeni Mission. old women also benefitted especially in the prevention of cancer related diseases through dignity kits issued to them.

We give God the glory for Sister Brenda Gillum, Joyce Wood and Judy who initiated the donations for the project. I give God thanks for our Harvest Partners and the women from Kentucky who assisted us with this project. Surely Africa will never be the same as God is opening doors wide for preaching the gospel, with the destitute greatly benefitting.

Hawane Project Reportby Project Committee
The Hawane Project Committee had a platform to report on the Hawane drive. The report was mainly on the contributions from members of the church towards the great work ahead of us.
The committee alluded to the fact that with the membership of the church ever increasing, there is every sign that something must happen as far as the project is concerned. As a sign of commitment, the
committee presented the National Overseer with an inscription board that asserts that the church is coming to Hawane.

The committee praised and rewarded members who have shown high level of commitment towards the project. It also earnestly implored the church to put up the funds through the respective project account numbers in South Africa and Swaziland so the project comes to fruition.

New Mission Organized at Malangeni
Swaziland 2015.05-20A new mission has been organized right at the onset of the year in the Shiselweni Region. Bishop Masilela has officiated the organization of this new place.

On 1st February 2015, the Bishop participated in the cutting of soil at the acquired land for the mission. The cutting of soil marks the onset of the great work ahead in terms of putting up a worship
structure.

During the organizing of this mission, women were blessed courtesy of the kind gesture from the Kentucky Women. The women received sanitary and toiletry items. The ladies were so grateful to have received such items and were thankful for a helping hand from afar.

“Relevant Worship that Opened Heavens” by Praise & Worship Team
Swaziland 2015.05-22It would not be a convention to remember without the ever excellent ministers in song. The Praise and Worship team always excels in this ministry of ushering the church into praise, worship and prayer. This year has been different in that the praise team showed more excellence and one to remember.

The melody of the song “Open the flood gates” will resound in eyes and hearts as the song of this convention till we substitute it with next year’s power song, the Lord willing.

One would not miss the mark by not appraising how presentable this wonderful team looked. It goes without saying that preparedness takes them far away. The team looked good, prepared and excellent. They also blended well their worship with old and new songs taking into account the variability in generations that exist. Well done Brethren.

“It’s the Work Done at Calvary” by Eastern Cape Delegation
Swaziland 2015.05-23Our brethren have always responded well to call to the national convention. As usual, a delegation from Mtata graced the great gathering of the church. On Saturday mid-morning, the delegates reminded the congregants that there at Golgotha, a highway was opened and a home was made for us. It was once again sweet to taste the native Xhosa way of praising and worshiping.

Special Thanks to Kentucky Women by New Missions Pastor
I am Alfred Tsikati, the pastor of Malangeni Church of God of Prophecy in Swaziland, Africa. This local church was organized on the 1st of February 2015. Therefore, the church is still at its infant stage and needs support. On behalf of the local church I wish to thank Kentucky Women for the kind donation of 40 chairs to the value of E1760.00 (app. $150.00). I also wish to thank the organization for the donation of a box of sanitary items distributed to the teenagers in the church. Finally, our wish is to appreciate Bishop Masilela and his wife, Mrs Masilela, for identifying our church as a beneficiary of this endeavor. This kind gesture will go a long way in advancing the work of God in the community. Thank you, May God bless you as you continue to positively affect more communities.

If you are interested in financially contributing to the ministry in this nation, you may do so through Harvest Partners Ministry. All gifts are tax deductible and 100% of your gift is applied to the need you so specify. Gifts may be given online or by mailing:

Harvest Partners Ministry
Church of God of Prophecy International Offices
PO Box 2910
Cleveland, TN 37320-2910
harvestpartners@cogop.org

Ministry Updates from Ethiopia

Ministry Updates from Ethiopia

53 ministers completed SOPAS Term 1.
53 ministers completed SOPAS Term 1.

SOPAS IN ETHIOPIA!
Bishop David Bryan and Bishop Adrian Varlack brought great instruction and inspiration during our first-ever School of Practical and Advanced Studies in Addis Ababa. Bishop Bryan’s teaching on Theology and training in Administration will prove very helpful for our churches throughout the country. I cannot tell you how the ministers responded to Bishop Varlack’s presentation of the Church of God of Prophecy. He chronologically walked us through the Church’s history and his wonderful perspective was truly stirring. I will not soon forget the time we all spent weeping together in the presence of the Lord. The ministers left with a connection to our movement like they have never had before.

Answering questions during class.
Answering questions during class.

Of course, it was not without its’ challenges. Bishop Masilela was turned away at the airport due to visa issues and could not join us. We rented our conference space from the Presbyterian Church in Addis Ababa. The space was comfortable and adequate except for trouble with the loss of power and water. These frustrations did not deter the Lord’s strengthening of our leaders.

We have initiated a plan to carry the training we received into the districts throughout the country. I appointed a small committee which I call the EFA (Entrusting Faithful Ambassadors) to spearhead the preparation and fulfillment of this vision.

Beyond this, we are prayerfully considering what the next step will be for our School of Theology. Our desire for a more permanent and structured school remains. Thank you for your prayers on this point.

We are so thankful to all those who contributed in some way in making this event a reality. Certainly, much thanks goes to the team at CBL, but many other people served as our advocates along the way. A number of individuals and churches contributed to the costs, as well. You know who you are and you know we appreciate you.

Pastor Kasahun and family at dedication.
Pastor Kasahun and family at dedication.

NEW PASTOR IN GANJI AREA
Kasahun Fekadu was installed as a pastor in the West Wollega area of Ganji. Previously he worked as an evangelist and he has personally planted five churches in this area. In our country, pastors oversee a number of churches. This was not simply an appointment I made. The ceremony was attended by many churches in the area and included a covenant of sorts between the Pastor and the congregations to faithfully serve and follow one another. We are excited to see the work of the Lord advance as His people respond in faith to him. Kasahun is just one example of this.

Construction project in Bareda.
Construction project in Bareda.

IRON SHEETS FOR FIVE CHURCHES
Our list of 15 churches in need of iron sheets is now down to 10 as we were able to provide funds to five churches for their roofing. Although we were only able to contribute $500 of the estimated $1000US to each congregation, we are confident this will help meet the need. Two Harvest Partner churches made this gift possible. Thank you for continuing to pray and work with us to provide for our brothers and sisters.

MINISTERING TO OUR CHILDREN
In addition to our traditional ministries, we are supporting 80 children with school materials and clothing across 7 of our districts. As an example, the two children in the photo have no father and their mother is sick with Elephantitis. The older one is now developing symptoms. Supplying them with materials for schooling is wonderful, but we are longing to do more. We are currently looking into possibilities to provide treatment.

Image 06Thank you, Harvest Partners, for your faithful support to Ethiopia through your prayers, encouragements, and financial support. You are truly impacting this nation with the Gospel of Christ, and we appreciate you so very much. Sincerely, Fekadu Ayele, Overseer Ethiopia

HARVEST PARTNERS MINISTRY
If you are interested in financially contributing to the ministry in this nation, you may do so through Harvest Partners Ministry. All gifts are tax deductible and 100% of your gift is applied to the need you so specify. Gifts may be given online or by mailing:

Harvest Partners Ministry
Church of God of Prophecy International Offices
PO Box 2910
Cleveland, TN 37320-2910
harvestpartners@cogop.org

Ecuador Conducts Ladies Retreat, Children’s Camp, Ministry Retreat

Ecuador Conducts Ladies Retreat, Children’s Camp, Ministry Retreat

NATIONAL LADIES RETREAT
The National Ladies Retreat Ecuador Connection 2015 05-2was held April 3-4, and it was directed by Sister Juddy Aldana, with a main theme of “Woman, Go Forward.”

The special guest was our Coordinator of Global Missions, Sister Cathy Payne. Before the retreat began, on April 2nd, Sister Cathy met with only the wives of our pastors — encouraging them to continue the work of the Lord.

Ecuador Connection 2015 05-4The attendance of 300 women were ministered to and broken by the Holy Spirit as the Lord greatly blessed each one. Sister Cathy also encouraged our women about the ministry of Global Missions. There are current situations where our brothers and sisters are living in different countries because of their call that Jesus taught, and she also spoke about visiting several of these works.

We praise God for a wonderful time together as we fellowshipped with one another and, most especially, the time we were able to spend together worshipping our Lord.

Ecuador Connection 2015 05-7REGIONAL CHILDREN’S CAMP
Our National Director of Children, Sister Theri Santos, held a camp for children on the theme of “Building My Life,” with an attendance of 50 children. Each child was instructed in the Word of God, teaching them to learn more about God, and they were ministered to by our Lord Jesus. We give God glory for all He is doing among our younger generation.

MINISTERIAL RETREAT
Our recent Ministerial Retreat had an attendance of 70 people. It was mainly a pastoral and ministerial retreat that convened where the pastors, local treasurers, and leaders of pastoral care were present.

Pastoral Care Leaders were given an orientation about the work of this ministry. The treasurers were given advice on how to take care of the finances and records of the Church. The pastor shepherds were ministered to about harmonization and how we must become Church planters.

Ecuador Connection 2015 05-10Please continue to pray for the ministry in Ecuador. We want to hear from God and move forward in the power and authority of His Holy Spirit to reach our nation for Christ.

Your Friend and Brother,
Benjamin Aldana
National Overseer, Ecuador

National Overseer, Benjamin Aldana and Family
National Overseer, Benjamin Aldana and Family

Harvest Partners Ministry
If you are interested in financially contributing to the ministry in this nation, you may do so through Harvest Partners Ministry. All gifts are tax deductible and 100% of your gift is applied to the need you so specify. Gifts may be given online or by mailing:

Harvest Partners Ministry
Church of God of Prophecy International Offices
PO Box 2910
Cleveland, TN 37320-2910
harvestpartners@cogop.org


Declaración del supervisor general sobre la decisión de la suprema corte del EE.UU. tocante a los matrimonios entre personas del mismo sexo

Declaración del supervisor general sobre la decisión de la suprema corte del EE.UU. tocante a los matrimonios entre personas del mismo sexo

clements_sam-270x300En respuesta al fallo judicial emitido por el Tribunal Supremo de los Estados Unidos con respecto al matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo, el supervisor general de la Iglesia de Dios de la Profecía —Sam N. Clements— ha emitido la siguiente declaración:

La Iglesia de Dios de la Profecía cree que el matrimonio es una institución de por vida, establecida por Dios, que consta de un hombre y una mujer unidos como marido y mujer. Por naturaleza, el matrimonio existe para el amor mutuo y apoyo de los cónyuges, para la procreación y crianza de los hijos, y para ser el fundamento de la comunidad. Como institución, el matrimonio es importante para la continuación de la raza humana y la dignidad, estabilidad y prosperidad de la familia y la sociedad.

Por cuanto la relación matrimonial ofrece estos beneficios, y muchos otros, para el individuo, la sociedad y la Iglesia, hemos declarado llanamente nuestra postura sobre la santidad de la institución del matrimonio. Creemos que dicha institución debe ser preservada, protegida y promovida.

La Asamblea General de 2006 aceptó el documento titulado “La Institución Bíblica del Matrimonio”. En dicho documento, nuestra Iglesia definió lo que creemos ser un matrimonio bíblicamente válido. En la Sección II, Artículo C-4, el documento lee de la manera siguiente:

Los Tipos de Matrimonios

Casi todas las sociedades conocidas operan un sistema complejo, el cual envuelve la coexistencia de diferentes regímenes dentro del mismo sistema legal nacional, tales como las leyes tradicionales y las leyes comunes. En varias partes del mundo, es común encontrar que las leyes basadas en las costumbres indígenas existen a la par de las leyes tradicionales, basadas en el antiguo poder colonial. De acuerdo a la [ley] romana, habían dos tipos de matrimonios: el matrimonio manus, el cual significaba que la esposa estaba en “las manos” de su esposo (en su control legal); un matrimonio libre era cuando la esposa no estaba sujeta a tal control; la esposa era legalmente independiente (el esposo no tenía poder legal sobre ella). La iglesia cristiana reconoce estas diferentes variaciones del matrimonio, con la excepción de la poligamia, matrimonios libres (ley común), matrimonios del mismo sexo, o donde otros elementos de matrimonios bíblicamente legítimos han sido violados (Actas de Negocios Importantes de la 94ta Asamblea Internacional, página 26).

Debido a que la sociedad se ha apartado de los valores judeo-cristianos, la iglesia debe renunciar a todas las uniones ilegítimas, tales como la homosexualidad, incesto, matrimonios polígamos, aun si son legales ante los ojos de los gobiernos a nivel local, estatal o nacional (Actas de Negocios Importantes de la 94ta Asamblea Internacional, página 26).

Por lo tanto, como renunciamos a las uniones bíblicamente ilegítimas que describimos anteriormente —lo cual incluye a los matrimonios entre personas del mismo sexo—, no se permite que los ministros oficien ceremonia alguna para los mismos ni tampoco se permite que las iglesias sean anfitrionas de dichas ceremonias.

El documento llamado «La Institución Bíblica del Matrimonio» es un recurso excelente para comprender mejor la postura de la Iglesia de Dios de la Profecía sobre la mayoría de los temas que conciernen al matrimonio y la familia. Para leerlo, descargue una copia digital accediendo a la página web de la IDP, la cual se encuentra en aquí.

Debemos recordar que la Escritura nos manda a mostrar el amor y la compasión de Cristo a todas las personas. Este mandamiento no pone en peligro, de ninguna manera, nuestra postura bíblica contra la homosexualidad y contra el matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo. Tenemos que amar a todas las personas y decirles —con amor, humildad, compasión y civilidad— la verdad de la Palabra transformadora de Dios.

Por último, condenamos cualquier acto de violencia o de abuso, ya sea verbal o física, contra cualquier persona por motivo de su orientación sexual. Dichas acciones violan el mandamiento del cristiano de amar a su prójimo como a sí mismo.

Al orar por nuestra nación, debido a la mente la promesa de 2 Crónicas 7:14, el cual dice: “si se humillare mi pueblo, sobre el cual mi nombre es invocado, y oraren, y se convirtieren de sus malos caminos; entonces yo oiré de los cielos, y perdonaré sus pecados, y sanaré su tierra”. Pese a lo que digan las noticias de nuestro tiempo, aún tenemos la esperanza de que nuestras oraciones toquen el corazón de nuestro Padre; pero también tenemos una responsabilidad como pueblo Suyo. Humillémonos y oremos al Padre por nuestra nación.

—Obispo Sam N. Clements, Supervisor General, Iglesia de Dios de la Profecía

Déclaration de l’Evêque général au sujet de la décision de la cour suprême à propos du mariage homosexuel

Déclaration de l’Evêque général au sujet de la décision de la cour suprême à propos du mariage homosexuel

clements_sam-270x300En réponse à la décision de ce vendredi 26 juin 2015 par la cour suprême des Etats-Unis au sujet du mariage homosexuel, l’Évêque général de l’Eglise de Dieu de la Prophétie, Sam Clements a rendu publique la déclaration suivante :

L’Église de Dieu de la Prophétie croit que le mariage est une institution de toute une vie établie par Dieu entre un homme et une femme unis comme mari et femme. Par sa nature même, le mariage existe pour l’amour et le soutien mutuels des époux et des épouses pour la procréation et l’éducation des enfants et comme un fondement de la communauté. Le mariage en tant qu’une institution est important pour la continuation de la race humaine et pour la dignité, stabilité et prospérité de la famille et de la société.

Parce que la relation du mariage offre ces bénéfices et beaucoup d’autres à l’individu, à la société et à l’église, nous avons clairement déclaré notre position sur la sainteté de l’institution du mariage. Nous croyons que c’est une institution qui doit être préservée, protégée et encouragée.

L’Assemblée générale de 2006 a adopté le document intitulé « L’institution biblique du mariage ». Dans ce document, notre organisation a défini ce que nous croyons être un mariage bibliquement valide. Dans la section II au point C-4, le document déclare ce qui suit :

Presque toutes les sociétés connues observent un système complexe qui implique la coexistence de différents régimes légaux au sein d’un même système légal national, tel que la loi coutumière et la loi commune. Dans plusieurs parties du monde, il est commun de trouver les lois basées sur les coutumes autochtones existant côte à côte avec la loi reçue, basée sur celle de l’ancienne puissance coloniale. Selon la loi romaine, il y avait deux sortes de mariages : le mariage manus, qui voulait dire que la femme était dans les « mains » de son mari (sous son contrôle légal) ; et un mariage libre, qui consistait en un mariage où la femme n’était pas sujette à un tel contrôle. La femme était légalement indépendante (le mari n’avait pas de pouvoir légal sur elle). L’église chrétienne reconnaît ces diverses formes du mariage, à l’exception de la polygamie, des mariages libres (loi commune), des mariages de conjoints du même sexe, ou là où les éléments du mariage bibliquement légitime ont été violés. (Importantes décisions d’affaires de la 94ème Assemblée internationale, page 28, version française)

À cause de l’abandon des valeurs judéo-chrétiennes par les sociétés, l’Église doit renoncer à toutes les unions illégitimes telles que les mariages homosexuels, incestueux ou polygames, même s’ils sont légaux aux yeux des gouvernements locaux, d’état ou nationaux. (Importantes décisions d’affaires de la 94ème Assemblée internationale, page 28, version française)

Ainsi, pendant que nous renonçons aux unions non bibliques comme mentionnées ci-dessus, y compris le mariage homosexuel, les ministres de l’Église de Dieu de la Prophétie ne sont pas autorisés à célébrer ces mariages et les églises de l’Église de Dieu de la Prophétie ne sont non plus autorisées à accepter l’organisation de ces cérémonies dans leurs sanctuaires.

Le document, « L’institution biblique du mariage » est une excellente ressource permettant d’avoir une plus grande compréhension de la position de l’Église de Dieu de la Prophétie sur la plupart des questions concernant le mariage et la famille et est disponible pour un téléchargement gratuit sur le site Internet de l’église : www.cogop.org.

Nous devons nous rappeler que les Saintes Écritures nous demandent de démontrer l’amour et la compassion de Christ envers tous. Ce mandat ne compromet en aucun cas notre position biblique contre l’homosexualité et le mariage homosexuel. Nous devons aimer toutes les personnes et partager fidèlement avec tous, la vérité de la Parole transformatrice de Dieu avec amour, humilité, compassion et civilité.

Finalement, nous condamnons tout acte de violence, d’abus verbal ou physique sur toute personne sur la base d’orientation sexuelle. Ces actions violent l’obligation du chrétien d’aimer nos voisins comme nous-mêmes.

Comme je prie pour notre nation, je me rappelle la promesse de 2 Chroniques 7 :14 : « Si mon peuple sur qui est invoqué mon nom s’humilie, prie, et cherche ma face, et s’il se détourne de ses mauvaises voies, -je l’exaucerai des cieux, je lui pardonnerai son péché, et je guérirai son pays. » Malgré les grands titres de notre temps, nous avons de l’espoir que nos prières toucheront le cœur du Père, mais nous avons aussi une responsabilité en tant que son peuple. Que nous nous humilions sincèrement et priions le Père en faveur de notre nation.

—L’Evêque Sam N. Clements, Evêque général de l’Église de Dieu de la Prophétie

CREATE Conference Promotes Talents, Inspiration

CREATE Conference Promotes Talents, Inspiration

Rik Swartzwelder, actor and director of "Old Fashioned" speaks about the movie, which was edited in Chattanooga.
Rik Swartzwelder, actor and director of “Old Fashioned” speaks about the movie, which was edited in Chattanooga.

The second CREATE conference, sponsored by the Communications Department of the Church of God of Prophecy International Offices, was held the first weekend of May, bringing together more than 60 creatives and aspiring creatives eager to learn more about talents, inspiration, and leadership.

The weekend was full of activities, including a film screening of the independent faith-based romance Old Fashioned with the film’s star and director Rik Swartzwelder, a mentoring session and concert with singer-songwriter, Nicole C. Mullen, and a video production drama with actress-director Lynda Stein.

After the film closed on Friday evening, Swartzwelder answered questions from the group about his film’s inspiration and the ten-year journey from script to screen. He called the film’s timing to release against Fifty Shades of Grey a “double-edged sword” that helped the film break records but also put it in the line of fire for critics.

“Even the simple announcement of our release date put a unique kind of spotlight on our modest, little film and certainly antagonized some folks at the same time it was inspiring many others,” Swartzwelder said.

Swartzwelder encouraged the group of creatives to not be intimidated with their ideas and also shared production stories from the film shoot. One particularly interesting fact was that he revealed the movie was edited in nearby Chattanooga and he lived in Ooltewah, Tennessee, for a year during that phase of production.

During her mentoring session on Saturday evening, Mullen spoke about her history as a songwriter and recording artist along with sharing what inspired her breakout hit “Redeemer.”

In answering a question about hitting a creative roadblock in songwriting, Mullen told the group, “When I am unable to press through (the roadblock), I have to shut out (everything), I have to close out the things around me.”

Mullen also shared some of the best advice she had been given through the years, to not be afraid to go back and refine the songs she had written.

“Skill takes time,” she said. “Sometimes God will drop an idea in our hearts but He will leave for us to be challenged to learn the skill and craft in order to convey that message.”

Throughout Saturday, 20 workshops divided into five tracks were offered by professionals in various fields, including music, media (tech), media (art), drama, and writing. Marsha Robinson, who led a workshop on grammar, also served as a keynote speaker Saturday morning. A panel discussion on Saturday also allowed for questions and answers with experts for creative applications for local churches.

Brian Sutton, lead pastor of Peerless Road Church, teaches a class on turning sermons into books.
Brian Sutton, lead pastor of Peerless Road Church, teaches a class on turning sermons into books.

The weekend concluded with a time of ministry on Sunday morning with Mullen during the Peerless Road Church Sunday morning worship service. A video produced by the drama track, “Is It Well With Your Soul?,” was also premiered.

The weekend earned kudos from those who attended, citing the professionalism and large amount of relevant material presented by the workshop leaders.

“The expertise of the presenters combined with the hard work of the conference staff and partnership with Peerless Road Church made this conference truly a top level event,” said DeWayne Hamby, Director of Communications. “Weeks later, we are still hearing reports of those who were re-energized and inspired to make a difference with their talents.”

For more information, including videos, pictures and presentations from CREATE, visitwww.facebook.com/CreateConferenceCommunity.

The Lord, GOD Of Our Lifes

The Lord, GOD Of Our Lifes

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GOD Use BrokenThings

GOD Use BrokenThings

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Can One Man Make A Difference?

Can One Man Make A Difference?

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What We Should Know About The End Time

What We Should Know About The End Time

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