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ELEDUMARE!!! 22/08/2012

Eledumare! 
You have done me something great.
Chukwu amara!
Your grace have kept me in faith.

I have come into Your presence to appreciate You.
Thank You. Thank You. Thank You.
For Your mercies kept us safe through out all our travels.
Your protection was too strong in our lives.

No arm robbers. Thank You.
No accidents. Thank You.
No explosion. Thank You.
No plane crash. Thank You.
No ship wreck. Thank You.
No sack letter. Thank You.
No bad memo. Thank You.
No hunger. Thank You.
No sickness. Thank You.
No bad debts. Thank You.

We appreciate for all You have done for us.
For the seen battles You fought for us.
For the unseen battles You won for us.
For the sweet sleeps You gave us.
For the fresh strength in the morning.
For the renewed grace You are giving. 
For the strong anointing You are pouring.
We bless You for the numerous blessings Your are sharing.

Lord, may we find more reasons to thank You this week.
May our strength never become weak.
We ask for multiply surprises before this week ends.
Grant this request for I and my Friends.

We have thanked and asked in Jesus Precious Name.
AMEN!

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