The Lamb

GoodSeed International
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Many years ago on a very important day, a remarkable story was told about a Lamb. The story took the listeners on a journey through the Bible, from Creation to the Cross. It explained the central message of scripture and revealed the true significance of the Lamb. Now here in this book the story is retold—an unforgettable message that everyone should hear. 
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Verlag
GoodSeed International
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Veröffentlichungsdatum
14.05.2014
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Seiten
184
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ISBN
9781890082956
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Englisch
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Jugendliteratur (Sachbücher) / Religion / Bibelstudien
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Dieser Inhalt ist DRM-frei.
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