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Kirche der Nationen - am Garten Gethzemanie
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In dieser Kirche liegt ein großer Felsen vor dem Altar - der Felsen der Todesangst Christi. An diesem Ort hat Jesus Blut geschwitzt. An diesem Felsen kniete der Gottessohn in Todesangst nieder.

Copyright: Werner joemann
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Caricate: 07/04/2011
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