Category: Gospel Booklets



By: Gary L. Rodgers


The Dragon fighter is a special breed of person; they have to be very swift and strong and they need to be able to focus on their acrobatic abilities as well as their skills in the use of weapons in combat and be ready to implement those skills instantaneously. They would spend endless hours in specialized training learning techniques that at times seemed impossible to do. Scores of Dragon fighters have either lost their lives or were maimed for life in battles with these horrible creatures. Dragons have a great deal of strength and are a very crafty agile creature. They can slap their tails like a bull whip and break a man’s back with it in a split second. Their fangs and talons have been known to pierce through some types of armor.

This story is about one such Dragon fighter who was called upon to go after the most hateful and powerful leader of all Dragons. The Dragon Fighter’s name is Michael and this is his story.


It was an early misty damp morning in the forest of Despair where Michael [1] and Juda his lion companion were stalking their quarry. They could sense an evil devilish aura that seemed to surround them which grew in intensity with every step that they took. They were being watched by someone or something very menacing, very threatening. The trees were nearly faded into the mist by the heavy fog that seemed to hem them in with their thick billowing chills of dampness. This forest has not seen any sunlight for a long time and the heavy moss on the bark of the trees was evidence to that. The smell in the air was a mixture of both mold and reptile. Every nerve and muscle of both Michael and Juda was under intense stress because of these eerie feelings that seemed to cast its evil shadow over their every move as they crept silently through the forest.


Juda was an unusually large African Lion. He was a powerful, muscular five foot tall animal of fierce strength and swiftness; weighing 795 pounds. His teeth were sharp and strong and his claws were long, pointy and sharp as razor blades. He had so much strength in his paws that he could easily rip the bark from an oak tree with one sweeping blow. For his size he was fast and graceful in his moves. His movements were a blur when he was in the heat of battle. He was a faithful valiant companion and faced death more than once to protect Michael.


Michael was a striking young lad of twenty years of age with wavy blonde hair and deep dark blue eyes who in his own right was a champion of the people. He was six feet, two inches in height with a muscular physique that gave the appearance of smooth finely polished bronze. He had the strength of two men and could easily lift twice his body weight of 187 lbs. with one hand. In a competition for accuracy and strength during last year’s games he threw a seven-foot long steel javelin that was one and a quarter inches in diameter and weighing nearly 30 pounds to a distance of one hundred, seventy yards and hit dead center on his target. He was an excellent swordsman and archer, and yet with all of his brute strength he had a gentleness that was nearly childlike. During a hunting expedition when he was fourteen years of age Michael rescued his companion Juda from a Lion Pit that he had fallen into when he was but a cub. The two grew up together and became very close, always watching out for each other and sharpening their hunting skills and defenses to a point where every move that they made was synchronized with each others in an almost mechanical fashion, equal to that of a well maintained machine. But today’s hunt was none like they had ever experienced before. They were commissioned by Michael’s father The King to seek out and capture a Dragon called Heylel[2] (Hā-lāl’). Slaying a Dragon was a challenge in itself; but to capture one! That was something altogether different; it had never been done before. And to bind this adversary of the people Michael was given a chain called a proseuche[3] (prŏ-hū-hĕy) chain that had special powers capable of binding and controlling their captive.

Being the King’s son Michael wore for his armor one that stood out from all other armor in the Kingdom. It was silver in color with gold etching and gold engravings. On his shield was a cross with a banner above it that read Basileus Kyrios.[4] (Băs-ĕ-lēē-oos  Kū’-rē-ŏs) And on his vesture was the Greek name Μιχαήλ[5] (Mĕ-kă-āĕl) which by interpretation means “who is like God”.


Quietly with the stealth of a fox they crept forward in their quest with their keen senses searching in all directions. The stillness of the forest was unimaginably quiet. The shadows seemed to laugh at them as though they knew that going after Heylel’ was futile. Just ahead of Michael and Juda they spied a shadowy figure of something on the ground, cautiously they moved forward ready to spring into action the moment that they would see any movement or hear the slightest sound. Ever so slowly they moved forward until they came to the mouth of a large cave. The opening to the cave was at least twenty feet in height and the same in width. To the left edge of the cave where Michael and Juda were crouched down they stopped at the shadowy mass that they had spied just minutes before. They recognized it to be the skeletal remains and armor of one of Heylel’s victims. The breastplate of the armor had a large puncture in it about six inches in diameter and Michael knew from the size of the hole that their adversary must have been huge in size. Suddenly Juda crouched into an attack stance ready to spring upon whatever it was that had been watching them; and just as quickly as he did that the battle for their lives was on. With a deafening roar the Dragon lunged at them and snapped at Michael with his two foot long fangs. In an instant Michael jumped to his right as the Dragon tried to bite him. Juda clawed at the neck of the Dragon and ripped one of his scales from its vile body. Juda ran back from the mouth of the cave and took his stand thirty feet outside of the caves entrance. Just then Juda heard the sound of something slicing through the darkness and he lunged at Michael in a blur of speed knocking him to the ground just as the Dragon’s tail swung over Michael’s head and hit the side entrance to the cave. Juda jumped back into his previous position trying to lure the creature out of the cave while Michael jumped to his feet and climbed up the side of the entrance to this dungeon of death to the center of the cave. Just then the Dragon came running out of the cave and that quickly Michael jumped onto the back of its long neck. Juda lunged forward and barely escaped the long vise like claws of the Dragon. Juda sank his teeth and claws into the Dragons tail before he could whip it around in his defense. Michael in the meantime whipped the proseuche chain around the Dragon’s neck and with a shout he yelled out; In the name of the Lord of Hosts thy power is taken from thee! And immediately the Dragon lost his strength and he had no power in him to battle any longer. Quickly Michael secured the chain to the Dragon’s neck with a lock that was engraved with the words hieros graphē[6] (hēē-ĕ-rŏs  gră-fĕy).


 Later that same day the Dragon was marched through the streets of the city and brought before the King’s court where his crimes against all humanity were proclaimed before the King. The people marveled at the size and fierceness of the Dragon and rejoiced that the dread and fear of such a beast as this was held bound that they should fear him no more. The Dragon was cast into a bottomless pit and held in reserve by a seal that was placed over the pit until the final Day of Judgment where he would be destroyed in the lake of fire.

A great celebration was given by the people with shouts of praise and the people singing and shouting “gadowl Elohiym”, “gadowl Elohiym,[7]” Great is our God who by His word the Heavens were made and by the power of His Word shall all wickedness be judged. And the word of God was read and all the people shouted Amen! And Amen!

 Revelation 20:1 And I saw an angel come down from heaven, having the key of the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand.

2 And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years,

3 And cast him into the bottomless pit, and shut him up, and set a seal upon him, that he should deceive the nations no more, till the thousand years should be fulfilled: and after that he must be loosed a little season.

4 And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them: and [I saw] the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received [his] mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years.

5 But the rest of the dead lived not again until the thousand years were finished. This [is] the first resurrection.

6 Blessed and holy [is] he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years.

7 And when the thousand years are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison,

8 And shall go out to deceive the nations which are in the four quarters of the earth, Gog and Magog, to gather them together to battle: the number of whom [is] as the sand of the sea.

9 And they went up on the breadth of the earth, and compassed the camp of the saints about, and the beloved city: and fire came down from God out of heaven, and devoured them.

10 And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet [are], and shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever.

11 And I saw a great white throne, and him that sat on it, from whose face the earth and the heaven fled away; and there was found no place for them.

12 And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is [the book] of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works.

13 And the sea gave up the dead which were in it; and death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them: and they were judged every man according to their works.

14 And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death.

15 And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.


Satan is a powerful foe but he and his cohorts tremble before Almighty God.[8] And the day will come when Satan and his demons will be thrown into the lake of fire and all those who have rejected His Son Jesus Christ along with those that have accepted the “Mark of the Beast”.

We who are alive today have the opportunity to be a Dragon Fighter for our families and loved ones. We can bind and defeat the Dragon by resisting him[9] through prayer and the Word of God. If we don’t take a stand to win our loved ones to Christ then they will enter into the cave of the Dragon (Satan) where they will be lost forever. Why not take a stand to defend them and fight for their right to be saved from the eternal lake of fire by sharing the gospel of Christ with them.

Please take this moment to bow your head in prayer and say in faith these words. Dear Jesus I know that I am a sinner; I ask that you would please forgive me for every sin that I have ever committed. I believe in you and trust you with my eternal life. I believe that you died on a cross for me and that you shed your blood in total payment for my sin. I accept you as my Lord and Savior and welcome the Holy Spirit into my heart to teach and train me in the ways of righteousness. In your Holy and Blessed name I pray this prayer. Amen!

If you made a decision to pray and ask Christ to forgive you, and to wash away all of your sin with His blood, and to come into your heart to be your Savior, then we praise God for you.

Romans 10:13 For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.

You should write down the:

Date: _______________________

Time: __________________________

Place: _______________________________________________________

of your decision.  Record this information in your Bible as a record of that decision. It is part of your testimony.

Please contact us through Myerstown Baptist Church, 59 N. Ramona Road, Myerstown PA. 17067 to let us know that you have made a decision for Christ so that we can pray for you and rejoice with you. We would like to send you some information to help you get started in your Christian walk.

Thank you, and may the Lord richly bless you!


Rev 12: 7-10  And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels,

8And prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven.

9And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.

10And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is come salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night.

[1] Michael in the Greek is Μιχαήλ pronounced as Mĕ-kă-āĕl. Michael is the name of the archangel who stands in time of conflict for the children of Israel.

[2] Heylel pronounced as Hā-lāl’ is the Hebrew word for Lucifer.

[3] Proseuche is the Greek word for prayer, pronounced as prŏs-eū-kāy

[4] Basileus is a Greek word meaning Prince, Commander, Lord of the Land, King. And Kyrios, meaning Lord or Master. Together they represent the title of “King of Kings and Lord of Lords.”

[5] See foot note number one.

[6] Hieros graphē (hēē-ĕ-rŏs  gră-fĕy) are the Greek words meaning Holy Scriptures.

[7] Gadowl Elohiym pronounced as (gă-dōle El-ō-hēēm) is the Hebrew words meaning “Great is our God” – speaking of Jehovah God.




By: Gary L. Rodgers

Theme verse – Psalm 119:105

I was anxious to learn what God had to teach me, so I asked God for a pair of running shoes so that I could quickly run down the road of knowledge to gain as much wisdom as I could. [1] Instead he gave me a lantern.

That night before I went to bed I used the lantern to find my way through scripture as I walked down the road of knowledge. It was a slow pace one step at a time as I couldn’t see too far ahead of me for the light did not give its brightness any more than a single step in length. With each step I could see the back of someone’s heel just ahead of me and I knew in my heart that it was the Lord leading me down this road of knowledge and through the paths of righteousness.[2] Oh how I enjoyed every precious moment that I spent with God learning about him and sharing thoughts on the many splendid things that he wanted to teach me. The excitement of learning and growing in his word was a craving in my soul. I wanted to know more. So I asked God again to give me a pair of running shoes. Instead he gave me a lantern.

The next evening I again used the lantern to be led away in scripture. The more he taught me the more I wanted to learn.  He showed me that we are all hopelessly lost sinners and that we needed someone to take all of our sins upon themselves as our sin sacrifice; [3] someone who would pay the terrible burden of debt that we were under. He showed me that trusting him with my present life and my eternal life was the best decision that I had ever made.

As I held up my lantern to get a better look he showed me some wonderful and exciting truths about himself. It was like lightly uncovering the earth with your finger and as you dug into the soil you all of a sudden felt something below the surface that at first would get your heart to pounding. So you dig a little faster and as you uncover it you see a sparkling jewel of wisdom glistening in the lantern light. It had the most beautiful sparkle and glow about it; it was like a crystal the likes of which I had never seen before: [4] shiny and sparkly with a thin ribbon of red running through it so that when you looked at it from different angles the red line would broaden. It reminded me of what we called a cat’s eye marble when I was a child. I dug a little more and found another one, then three, then four; after a while I had a hand full. Those little jewels of knowledge and wisdom became so precious to me, my own little treasure trove that I put into my pocket.[5] Wow! Was I ever excited! I wanted more, much more! I knew that there had to be more ahead for me and I was in a hurry to get there, so again I asked God for a pair of running shoes.


The next morning along side of my bed was a nice new pair of running shoes of self-will. I could hardly wait to put them on. As I laced them up I thought of all the wonderful and spectacular places that I would be off to. I was so excited that I didn’t even take time to eat breakfast; so I ran out the door and down the road I went leaving behind the lantern that God gave to me. I thought that I would take a quick run and be back before night fall; so why take it? I ran for miles over dirt roads and through some of the most beautiful country side that I had ever seen. Big billowing clouds against a blue sky gave a mirrored image of themselves in a large pond near the side of the road. A small flock of birds trailed one another in unison across the pond which gave the appearance of two strings of pearls one above the other swerving their way across a painting. The sun was warm, and the air was so fresh and gentle that you could smell Lilac and Iris flowing in the breeze as I ran. Occasionally I caught the sweet smell of honeysuckle and inside I knew that my God made it and everything was just perfect.


At one point I ran so fast down a small grade that I couldn’t control my speed and I overran my balance and down I went. I could feel the small pieces of gravel tear into my flesh as I slid on the dirt road, the pain was unbearable and the burning from the gravel rash was sickening. Finally it ended when I rolled over unto my stomach as I was sliding and my right knee hit a big rock in the road. At first I rolled around in pain. I hurt too much to check myself for injury so I just stopped and laid there for what seemed like forever. Finally I was able to sit up and check myself for cuts and bruises. My whole left side was scraped raw from my left hand, down my arm and elbow, across my ribs and left thigh. My right knee had a bad gash in it from the rock that I hit and I thought that I would never be able to get up. So I sat there all bloody and torn and began to feel sorry for myself for the terrible tragedy that I just experienced. I thought how could something like this happen? Everything seemed like it was going along fine, I was in control and everywhere I looked there appeared to be no danger. So why Lord, why?


Finally I got to my feet and hobbled back up the hill. I headed down the road toward home until I came to the pond again. I cupped my hands and gathered up what water I could to clean my wounds. The cool water felt so comforting like a welcoming friend. Just then it dawned on me that it was getting late in the afternoon and before long evening would come upon me. I knew that there was no way that I would get home before dark but I had to try to quicken my pace as much as I could. So with a limp like hobble I ran the best that I could toward home. I thought to myself that no one knew that I was away and no one knew where I was. How foolish of me to be so very far from home in this predicament! All I wanted was to learn as much as I could about God and I wanted to learn in a hurry; so I felt that I just had to have a pair of running shoes to pick up the pace.


As I hobbled along toward home it didn’t take long for all of the beautiful scenery to disappear into utter darkness.  It was nearly impossible to see anything. I longed for the moonlight to break through the clouds and it seemed like a dark cloak of torment hovered above me. I could tell that I was on the road by the sound of crushed gravel sliding under my feet with each pounding step and I could occasionally catch glimpses of trees and hillsides against the night sky. The sounds of crickets and night creatures were in my ears and I was frightened. What an eerie menacing feeling this darkness had about it.  Several times I heard the voice of someone crying and begging me to stop running and help them. I cried out to them “Where are you?” But I was not able to find them. The rising mist played tricks on my eyes and I imagined that I could see their arms reaching out to me. A flood of tears was running down my face because I wanted so desperately to help them and couldn’t. I knew in the deepest of my thoughts that they were dying and I was not able to offer them any aide.[6] Way behind me in an almost muffled sound I could hear the horrible screams of these lost souls as they were giving up their final breaths of this present life; and I wished so much that I had a lantern to guide them into the light of God’s love and forgiveness. If I could only get home, that’s all that I could think about. If I could only get home where I would be safe from the horror of this terrible night!


Suddenly from out of nowhere in the pitch black of darkness I could hear the sinister sounds of other footsteps crushing against the gaveled road behind me. Some horrible beast was chasing me and taunting me with its silence. I was far too afraid to look behind me and I could feel their hot breath against the back of my neck. [7] A cold chill of fear hit me like a blast of winter wind. I felt that my life was about to end and my only hope was getting home or somewhere near enough to home where I could call out to someone, anyone, for help. The darkness was so dense that I couldn’t see my hand in front of my face but I had to keep running as
fast and as hard as I could. As long as I could hear my footprints hitting against the gaveled road I knew that I had a chance to get to safety. I kept looking up to the night sky to catch a glimpse of the surrounding shadows to keep me on the road. I ran with all of my might; sweat was pouring out of me like a river and fear kept pushing me onward. Finally in the distance I caught sight of a low glimmer of light: as I drew nearer I could see that it was in the shape of a cross and I knew that it was my lantern in my bedroom window shining out a path for me to follow. In desperation I cried out to my God to save me from this terrible night, and in an instant I tripped and was going down again in a heap. I hit my head so hard on the roadway that I was nearly knocked out.


Soon afterward I felt someone pick me up in their arms and I struggled to be free but I had no strength in me. I didn’t know who they were or where they came from but I could see that they were oddly enough dressed in a medieval armor that had a smooth and shiny gleam to it. You could sense that there was a powerful strength inside of the armor that told you that this was an ancient one who had fought many a battle.  On their side they carried a sword and on their shoulder they slung their shield so that they could carry me. The shield had a beautiful silvery look about it when the moonlight hit it. And on the shield was an engraving of an open book with a cross sticking up out of its midst. I stopped struggling for the moment: for some reason the stranger’s strength and way about him made me feel safe and secure. In a daze I faintly remember the stranger carrying me home before I passed out.


The next morning as I came to consciousness I awoke safely in my bed. My wounds were all dressed and bandaged;[8] and next to my bed on the floor was my pair of running shoes all covered with dirt and dust with a few hints of blood stains. What a horrible night that I just went through!

I got up out of my bed and picked up my running shoes and went outside in the beautiful morning air. With all of my might I threw those running shoes as hard as I could across the dirt road into a fire that my father had burning in a field from the branches that he gathered up for the fire the day before.[9] I turned my eyes toward Heaven and with a smile I said, I am your child who loves you and wants to always follow you, and from now on if you will lead me I will follow you one cautious step at a time so that I may see and learn; I will never again ask for running shoes because from now on I CARRY A LANTERN.

                                                                    MESSAGE SUMMARY

We all need to carry the lantern of God’s Word to light our path so that we may follow in his paths of righteousness one step at a time.[10] We are living in an age where everything is expected to be done quickly. When our computers download information and it takes more than a second we feel like it is running to slow. When we use a microwave to heat up some food or a beverage we get a little on edge waiting for that minute to pass by. We race down the highway exceeding the speed limit and most of the time we are not really going anywhere. And then we really get annoyed because the officer seemed a little slow about writing us out a ticket. We need to slow down the pace so that we don’t overrun our balance and trip head over heels into problems. God’s desire is to teach and direct us in His Word through the power and direction of the Holy Spirit.[11] There is nothing wrong with our being anxious to learn. But we can’t make the mistake of trying to run ahead of God;[12] we need to follow him at a pace where we can be taught and he can use us for his work. Chocolate tastes much better when you allow it to melt in your mouth rather than chewing it up and swallowing it.

God will teach us in time as we follow him;[13] to run ahead of him will eventually cause us to fall. If we are persistent in prayer God will answer, and sometimes what we pray for is not in our best interest. And there are times that God will allow us to have those things as a means of teaching us a lesson. As a believer in Christ you can’t travel through this world without his leading and expect to live a victorious life. Often when we fail we begin to feel sorry for ourselves and have a tendency to take some time to get back up and put forth the effort to find his footsteps again. In the process of time we come to grips with the fact that there are many souls out there that are counting on us to bring them the salvation message. And if we are ill prepared we will miss those opportunities to lead someone to Christ. God will give us the solid footing that we need so that we can remain balanced and not lose our footing.[14]

The thoughts and sounds of a soul spending an eternity in hell will always haunt us. Satan wants us to fail and he will chase after us to bring us down if he can. He can’t destroy us but he can cause us to stumble. We as saved Christians need to keep pushing forward in our faith. We need to strive for the mark of the high calling of God.[15] We need to look to God in our weakness and call out to him to help us.[16] He will help us to get back on track with the power and strength needed to lead the lost to him. We have that precious blood of redemption through Christ to save us, and if we have accepted Him as our Lord and Savior we are able by faith to call Him Abba, Father.[17] Therefore we need to put on the whole armor of God[18]  so that we can help each other and also to fight the battle to win those lost souls that are slipping away into eternity.


If you made a decision to pray and ask Christ to forgive you, and to wash away all of your sin with His blood, and to come into your heart to be your Savior, then we praise God for you.

Romans 10:13 For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.

You should write down the:

Date: _______________________

Time: __________________________

Place: _______________________________________________________

of your decision. Record this information in your Bible as a record of that decision. It is part of your testimony.

Please contact us through Myerstown Baptist Church, 59 N. Ramona Road, Myerstown PA. 17067 to let us know that you have made a decision for Christ so that we can pray for you and rejoice with you. We would like to send you some information to help you get started in your Christian walk.

Thank you, and may the Lord richly bless you!



May the Lord Yahushua (יְהוֹשׁוּעַ) the Shepherd of your soul; keep you, and may the Lord bless you, and may the brightness of his glory shine upon you. May your days be filled with joy and happiness, and may your slumber have the sweet peace of his presence. May the eternal riches of heaven be yours, and may the Lord be your strength and high tower of protection. May you walk in the assurance that the blood of Christ cleanses us from all sin and that nothing can separate you from the love of our God Yahuweh (יְהֹוָה – Yĕhovah). May you rest in the power of his might because you are his child forever!

May the Holy Spirit our Ruach hakodesh (רוח הקודש) of Yahuweh guide you and teach you through God’s Living Word. May the Lord God hedge you in on all sides with his angels, and may you know that he holds you in the palm of his hand. May the Spirit of God empower you and give you the bread of life to take it and offer it to lost sinners.

May we always stand with Israel and pray that God will bless his people and protect them from their enemies. Look to the heavens for his return is soon to come.

And now Lord Elohim (אֱלֹהִים) may this blessing be upon each of us, and may our hearts be open to receive it. May you guide us in all wisdom, knowledge, and understanding. In the name of Jesus Christ Yahushua the Son of the Living God Yahuweh we ask it. Amen!


Yahuweh –  יְהֹוָה – Yĕhovah – Heavenly Father- (Ya-o-weh) – I was, I am, I will be; Eternal being in all three tenses. Sometimes in Jewish messages you will find the word HaShem is used which means “The Name” or the word Adonia, meaning my Lord is Jehovah.             

Yahushuaיְהוֹשׁוּעַ – Name of the Messiah – (Ya-hoo-shoo-ah) which also means Joshua – Jehovah is salvation                          

Ruach haKodeshרוח הקודש (Holy Spirit) – (Roo-akh  hak-quo- dayesh) Divine Spirit or Divine Inspiration.                                                                             

Elohimאֱלֹהִים – Is the plural name for God (El-o-heem) “In the beginning Elohim”. Genesis 1:1

[1] Proverbs 4:5-13

[2] Psalm 23:3

[3] Isaiah 53

[4] Proverbs 8

[5] Matthew 13:44, Luke 12:34

[6] Luke 16:23-26

[7] I Peter 5:8

[8] Psalm 147:3

[9] Matthew 7:19

[10] Psalm 23:3, 119:105

[11] John 14:26, John 16:13 & 14, I Corinthians 2: 10-15

[12]  We need to study at a pace where we are at in our spiritual growth, infancy, childhood, adolescent, adulthood, seasoned Veteran.

[13] I Peter 2:2

[14] Psalm 17:5

[15] Philippians 3:14

[16] Psalm 34:6

[17] Galatians 4:4-7

[18] Ephesians 6: 11–18


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