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==God Did Not Start a Church Where The Devil Translates Your Bible!==
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==God Did Not Start a Church Do you let Devils Translate Your Bible!==
Our purpose to restore truth of Ekklesia to unite as One in Christ the entire world of Professing Christians, out of a genuine benevolent care for welfare (agape love} for our God and for every professing Christian. Even we create a genuine benevolent care for the welfare for our enemies. We have a life challenge for you that just may change your entire future. Download this free Ekklesia Bible. Run a search for the name “Agape” and in ever case read the context [what goes before and what follows].
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Our purpose to restore truth of Ekklesia to unite as a One in Christ the entire world of Professing Christians, out of a genuine benevolent care for welfare (agape love} for our God and for every professing Christian. Even we create a genuine benevolent care for the welfare for our enemies. We have a life challenge for you that just may change your entire future. Download this free Ekklesia Bible. Run a search for the name “Agape” and in ever case read the context [what goes before and what follows].
  
==Ekklesia Bible Download==
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==Free Ekklesia Bible Download==
  
 
*[[:File:Ekklesia-Bible-Word-6-10-2019-.doc|Microsoft Word Format]] ( 4.66MB )
 
*[[:File:Ekklesia-Bible-Word-6-10-2019-.doc|Microsoft Word Format]] ( 4.66MB )

Latest revision as of 16:32, 12 September 2020

God Did Not Start a Church Do you let Devils Translate Your Bible!

Our purpose to restore truth of Ekklesia to unite as a One in Christ the entire world of Professing Christians, out of a genuine benevolent care for welfare (agape love} for our God and for every professing Christian. Even we create a genuine benevolent care for the welfare for our enemies. We have a life challenge for you that just may change your entire future. Download this free Ekklesia Bible. Run a search for the name “Agape” and in ever case read the context [what goes before and what follows].

Free Ekklesia Bible Download

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