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Prepare the Way

And the voice of dessert announced tirelessly the coming of the Lord; below the radiant sun, and walking on burning sand, John the Baptist never gave up. He did what he was meant to do, prepare the way of the One who was to come. He was a strong man, a man of fasting, and prayer. He made a lot of sacrifices, but for him, it meant the whole world, and eternal life. Let us then, prepare the way.

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