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Do you want to be well?

Immediately Rise, take your mat;. And keep walking! Ancient people little they knew God's power dwells in Jesus Christ physical body! The God's grace was upon on us, through his glory created baby Jesus Christ, the place he can enter as a spirt and show his blessings to all in poor spirit! Taking just one step at a time through physical body of Christ! Growing the God's spirit through life of Jesus Christ on Earth! Doing miracles for us, but little knowledge had ancient people ; Simply,God was communicating with them which their lack of knowledge they put Jesus Christ to be crusified but God rescue Jesus from Dead and Jesus ask God for us to be free of sins!!! As for me Astghick moradkhanians thanking God for his mighty fine work on earth; still Jesus Christ life's doing miracles on our daily lives Amen!
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Submitted on February 21, 2021

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Astghick Moradkhanians

Engineer and newly retire from state employment!as a poet of several poems which published in international library of poetry titles are as follows; God throuly appears in tornado , universal sins, The light of the world,the mystery of the man of all time in the book title best poems in 2002, America@millinum more…

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