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"Pray constantly. Give thanks for everything. This is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.—1 Thess. 5:17,18.

#JehovahGod #JesusChrist #LoyalLove #LoveOneAnother? #LiveForever #memorial2017 #GodsKingdom

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"Oren incesantemente. Con relación a todo, den gracias. Porque esta es la voluntad de Dios en unión con Cristo Jesús en cuanto a ustedes." (1 Tes. 5:17, 18).

#JehovahGod #JesusChrist #LoveOneAnother? #LiveForever #memorial2017 #GodsKingdom #LoyalLove #Prayforoneanother?

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