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“If you are thirsty, come to me and drink! Have faith in me, and you will have life-giving water flowing from deep inside you, just as the Scriptures say.”JOHN 7:37B-38 (CEV)

Source: American Bible Society


JONI 7: 37-38.

37E na siga maimuri, ko ya sa levu e na solevu, sa tu ko Jisu ka kaci, ka kaya, Kevaka e dua sa viagunu, me lako mai vei au ka gunu. 38O koya sa vakabauti au, me vaka sa tukuna nai Vola Tabu, ena dave mai na ketena na veiuciwai ni wai bula.



A powerful testimony from Miriama Lacarua about the Fijian New Version(FNV), she hails from Maumi, Tailevu, Fiji.


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