Selections from Luke 8 - 19 - Da'a
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Audio Bible readings of small sections of specific, recognized, translated Scripture with little or no commentary.
Program Number: C75313
Language name: Da'a
Lukas 8: 4-15 (Porapa ewa sambaa)
Luke 8: 26-39 (I Pue Yesus Nompakabela)
Luke 8: 40-56 (Ana Yairus)
Luke 10: 25-37 (Poropa ewa tau Somaria)
Luke 11: 1-13 (I Pue Yesus Mempatuduki)
Luke 12: 13-21 (Porapa ewa nasugi)
Luke 15: 1-7 (Bimba to Nalipona)
Luke 15: 8-10 (Doi to Natanto)
Luke 15: 11-32 (Ngana to Nalipo)
Luke 16: 19-31 (Tau nasugi onte Lazarus)
Luke 17: 11-19 (Sampulu mbaa tau najua bete)
Luke 18: 9-14 (Porapa ewa to Parisi)
Luke 18: 18-30 (I Pue Yesus ante)
Luke 19: 1-10 (I Pue Yesus ante Zakeus)
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