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November 25, 2015 / 13 Kislev, 5776
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The Challot Segulah


The joining of the tubes had disappeared.

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One Response to “The Challot Segulah

  1. papa63lee says:

    One would think that after the doctors were set up for the operation that they forgot about how God himself was watching over the little lad. Yes, they can think their lucky stars that God corrected the baby’s problem without any help from any human intervention here. I am so glad that God was looking into the matter at hand. God bless the little lad.

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