Mwen ta renmen pasté sa'a bay plis esplikasyonsou koman...

Jean Odny Louis - July 19 2014, 11:09 AM

Mwen ta renmen pasté sa'a bay plis esplikasyonsou koman moun ki di apré bonDye se entél ap blasféme nom bonDye'a. Paske mwen poko wé nan bib la kote BonDye di pou pagen la rekonesans en vé yon prochenw.

Sélman mwen wé li di ou paka mete oken bagay pi wo pasel, paske se li ki sél chef.

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