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MARY FANG YEN had a mild stroke 2 weeks ago and is recovering quite fast and so rejoices with Bishop ROGER JAOMALAZA who had a severe stroke a year ago and with relatives and friends , and blesses the LORD for his goodness and mercy.
July 14, 2010

[Diocese of Antsiranana - Indian Ocean] Gen 7:17 The flood continued for forty days, and the water became deep enough for the boat to float.
Gen 7:18 The water became deeper, and the boat drifted on the surface.
Gen 7:19 It became so deep that it covered the highest mountains;
Gen 7:20 it went on rising until it was about twenty-five feet above the tops of the mountains.
Gen 7:21 Every living being on the earth died---every bird, every animal, and every person.
Gen 7:22 Everything on earth that breathed died.
Gen 7:23 The LORD destroyed all living beings on the earth---human beings, animals, and birds. The only ones left were Noah and those who were with him in the boat.
Gen 7:24 The water did not start going down for a hundred and fifty days.
Gen 8:1 God had not forgotten Noah and all the animals with him in the boat; he caused a wind to blow, and the water started going down.
Gen 8:2 The outlets of the water beneath the earth and the floodgates of the sky were closed. The rain stopped,
Gen 8:3 and the water gradually went down for 150 days.
Gen 8:4 On the seventeenth day of the seventh month the boat came to rest on a mountain in the Ararat range.
Gen 8:5 The water kept going down, and on the first day of the tenth month the tops of the mountains appeared.
Gen 8:6 After forty days Noah opened a window
Gen 8:7 and sent out a raven. It did not come back, but kept flying around until the water was completely gone.