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My prayer



Everyday
I pray to our lord God Almighty to heal our land
To grow crops
in abundance
to prevent hunger
And famine In a long time.
People of God be
Strong stay safe
and healthy and don't forget
to pray.
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Submitted by Perpetuaa on March 14, 2021

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