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04/06/2011

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Reminder that those who suffer are going to be redeemed and blessed by gods grace if it is out of there control. Just like my trip to the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans this past year we experienced this. The poverty and suffering of those can end with love and witnessing Christ.

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