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Pour out Your wrath upon the nations that know You not, and upon the families that call not on Your
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INDEPENDENT: Time is an invitation. Both words share the same root: z’mahn. It is written: “The life of man is like a breath exhaling; his days are like a passing shadow” (Psalms 144:4).