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  1. pete lange December 5, 2014
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    thanks for the new resource – a wonderful passage from isaiah 40 to begin lectionary at lunch live.

  2. Enrique Orozco December 10, 2014
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    During this session I was reading my Spanish Bible and while prof. Egger read on Hebrew I could follow the comments as if they were given on my own language, I give thanks to God for prof. Egger and his knowledge to express God’s mighty and tenderness for us His people (church) at any place and time.

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