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Hands on 10 & 2

Hands on 10 & 2 part of the Road Signs of the Bible series.

Hands on 10 & 2

Hands on 10 & 2

These are all Bible verses that pertain to 10 & 2, Meaning the second verse of chapter 10 in each book of the Bible. So put your hands to work and turn to these Bible verses. Remember to read them in context and not just by the verse.

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