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    1. All praises to the Triune GOD, Bettie! ☝️🙂👍 What a precious information indeed that JESUS CHRIST Himself assured us that GOD the HOLY SPIRIT will be present in us, in time of need and to give us not just guidance but also the exact words. GOD bless you and your family! Looking forward to another storybook!
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  1. All praises to the Triune GOD, Bettie! ☝️🙂👍 What a precious information indeed that JESUS CHRIST Himself assured us that GOD the HOLY SPIRIT will be present in us, in time of need and to give us not just guidance but also the exact words. GOD bless you and your family! Looking forward to another storybook!

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    1. Thank you, Jim! All praises to the Triune GOD. ☝️🙂👍 Please pray for the Philippines, Jim, as a Typhoon has made landfall in the eastern part and is heading towards here, the capital. Thank you so much. We’re monitoring this natural hazard.

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        1. Thank you very much, Jim! Your prayers mean a lot to us. This is an experience of simultaneous disasters–covid19 and a storm. We are praying for local government units and communities/residents to cope up with this; especially the vulnerable ones.

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        2. Something like that, Jim! The big challenge is social distancing, evacuation area, and spread of infection for each affected Barangay/Ward. Now, the wind and rain is getting stronger.

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        3. Praise GOD! Hopely, Jim, the damage will be less in the remaining affected provinces than that of Eastern Visayas that experienced the first landfall. Angat Dam’s water level now raises to about 3 meters (from 187 to 190 meters); it is still below the normal level of 210 meters but it is better and a good news!

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      1. Thank you very much, Jim! We need your prayers. I knew you will use GT so I did not translate. “Nila” literally means them but in Tagalog language/Filipino, the third person is used as a sign of respect. For us, whose mother tongue is Cebuano, we used first person. It is cool to read a Filipino language, thank you.

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