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dennis caeton

posted May 1, 2013 at 1:21 am


I have begun to read The Secret Message of Jesus I’m on Chapter 5. I’m encouraged to move on because i want to find the secrete message and I’m going to be very disappointed if there is no epiphany awaiting me in that message.
It seems to me nothing is more despicable than writing books with promises that are undelivered.
I”m just making a record before i read on
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