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The Day I Met You Lord

For many, the most important day of their life is the day they got married, or the day they bought a house; it could also be the day of their new born came to be. Nonetheless, it is different for every single one of us. For a few, the most important time of our lives was and will always be the day we med the Lord. He loved us, just the way we needed, he listened, he healed us even though we were not worthy. Yet, he keeps calling us daily, he never gives up. Let us continue to build this relationship, let's let him take care of everything. Our lives belong to you oh Jesus!

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