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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

9:31 paske li t'ap moutre disip li yo anpil bagay. Li di yo: -Mwen menm, Moun Bondye voye nan lachè a, mwen pral tonbe anba men lèzòm, yo pral touye mwen. Men, sou twa jou mwen gen pou m' leve soti vivan nan lanmò. Can you translate the words, 'lache' an

lachè means flesh

Moun Bondye voye nan lachè a
The one that God sent in the flesh.
or
The one that was made flesh.

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