Praise be to God! frere mouin, pa gin pi bon lot plas ke kote...

Jean Claude - February 4 2015, 10:00 AM

Praise be to God! frere mouin, pa gin pi bon lot plas ke kote ou ye la-a. Koube ou devan bon Dieu et ou pral we merveille li pral fe avec ou. Pandan map ekri la-a, mouin santi Bon Dieu ap fe you travail avec tout artiste an Hiti yo. Li ap chouazi yo pou mete yo nan position political et gouvernemental pou dirige peiy ya. Sonje ke bon Dieu ap cherche vraie adorateur tankou David.

Li te yon musicien avan li te vini Roi an Israel.

Konsa ti mesiyem yo, bon Dieu pral pran nou tout dehors la e minnin nou tout na Rwayom li yan pou ba li gloua.

So my brothe in Jesus, I wish you all the best in your walk with the one and only one, 'Jehovah'.

The king of kings.

the creator.

the Master, the only ruler of the hole univers.

I know it will not be easy, but hold on my brother.

Love you in Christ

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