Jesus is my strength - Ouatchi: Benin
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Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that may include songs and music. They explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching.
Program Number: C64703
భాష పేరు: Ouatchi: Benin
1. I go to Jesus ▪ Jesus is bigger than spirits
2. I don't want to make sacrifice more ▪ A new nature
3. God listens to our prayers ▪ Why we have fear from the death
4. No one can deceive me ▪ The heart of man
5. Desire the eternal life ▪ TheRich Man and Lazarus
6. With Jesus you have life ▪ The second coming ▪ Who can resist Jesus ▪ Jesus miracle ▪ The faith comes of the heart ▪ Jesus is the Kings
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