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The format is bible lessons, interviews, and smooth jazz. There is a guest call in number (347) 934-0853 as well as an active chat room for audience interface. We are based in Greater New York City, New York. For further information about Rev. Barbara, her website is www.revbarbarawilliams.com Namaste

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The following verses will be explored. Luke 4:18 Aramaic Bible in Plain English ?The Spirit of THE LORD JEHOVAH is upon me, and because of this he has anointed me to preach The Good News to the poor; he has sent me to heal broken hearts and to proclaim liberty to captives, vision to the blind, and to restore the crushed with forgiveness,? Matthew 11:5 Aramaic Bible in Plain English ?Those who were blind see, and those who were lame walk, and lepers are being purified, and those once deaf are hearing, and those who died are rising and those who were poor are given The Good News.? Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB) Isaiah 58:6 v.6 Is not this the tzom that I have chosen? To loose the chartzubbot resha (chains of wickedness, injustice), to undo the aguddot motah (bindings of the yoke bar), and to let the retzutzim (oppressed ones) go as chafeshim (free ones), and that ye break kol motah (every yoke of oppression)?
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