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I give all the praise and glory to God, and thanks to Christian for a great site with a comfortable atmosphere to it." "With gratitude to Him who writes all our days in His book, we now love in the light of His love from this day forward as husband and wife.… continue reading »


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Sri Lankan dynastic history ended in 1815 CE, when the land became part of the British Empire.… continue reading »


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