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The Bible Apostolic Logo features the golden sun rising from a deep blue morning sky. The Bible as  the one foundation upon which we build and are establishes is marked open by the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Great Creator who so loved us  that He became flesh and dwelt among us, then bled and died to pay the debt for our sins. The golden sun arc doubles to represent the open tomb from  which He arose triumphant. The descending dove represents the coming of the Holy Spirit to us and the flame represents the fire and power of the Holy Spirit in the life of every true believer. When asked if we are Fundamentalist, we are more Fundamental than they. Are we Evangelistic? Very! Are we Baptist? We place a higher value on Biblical water baptism than the Baptists. Are we Pentecostal? We definitely believe in the entire of the Acts 2 experience including that the promise of 2:38 and 39 is to all that the Lord our God shall call. Are we Apostolic? Our desire and goal is to preach, teach and practice that exact same Gospel that Jesus Christ and His Original Apostles taught and would still be teaching if here in person, as we prayerfully try to be their faithful representatives. — Samuel M. Smith, Editor, Presiding Elder
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ASV1Ma   All Scripture Verse - #1 in Marshallese.
Available in 11 languages) text below. (No title used on tract.) 
NOTE: Minor typographical errors may exist. The  United Pentecostal missionary who lent us the Marshallese Bible from which these verses are copied has been unavailable for proofreading. Translation was by a Baptist missionary whose home church paid to have the Marshallese Bible printed. Not used by permission, but I felt having this tract available for the salvation of souls was more important than the permission.
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  Also available in 10 other languages. Read Full Text in   Russian (Rossiq)   |  UkrainianUkra*ni   |    Armenian (echmiazdin)  and Georgian (sakartvelian)   |    Cebuano   |    Ilocano   |    Tagalog   |    Marshallese   |        Brazillian Portuguese   |   Spanish
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Ilo jinoin Anij e ar kõmõnmõn lõñ im lõl.
m Anij e ar kõmõnmõn armij ilo wãwen wõt E, ilo wãwen Anij e ar kõmõnmõn e; man in kõra E ar kõmõnmõn ir.                    Jenesis 1:1,27

Ilo jinoin Nan eo, im Nan iben Anij, im Nan Anij.
E in ilo jinoin iben Anij.
E ar kõmõn men otemjej; im ejelok men eo E ar jab kõmõne, men eo emwij kõmõnmõne.
Mour ilo E, im mour maram an armij ro.                                      Jon 1:1-4

A ke ej lemnok kin men kein, lo, enjel in Iroj ej weaktok ñõn e ilo tõnak, im ba, Josep, nejin Devid, kwon jab mijõk in bõk beleõm Meri: bwe an bõroro kin Jitõb Kwojarjar.
Im e naj keutak nejin man, im kwo naj likit etan Jisõs; bwe E naj lomoren ro dron jen jerawiwi ko air.                                       Matu 1:20,21

<>Bwe otemjej r’ar jerawiwi, im rej likjõp jen aibujuij an Anij.
Rom. 3:23

Bwe wõnan jerawiwi, mij; a men in joij an Anij, mour in drio ilo kraist Jisõs ar Iroj.                                                                                        Rom. 6:23
Kij otemjej einwõt sip ko jar jebwãbwe; jar jeorlok jabrewõt iar ñõn ial ko an; im Jeova e ar likit ion, jerawiwi ko ar otemjej.                Isaia 53:6
Bwe kin an Anij yokwe lõl, E ar letok juõn wõt Nejin E ar keutak, bwe jabrewõt eo ej liki E en jab joko, a en mour in drio.
Bwe Anij e ar jab jilkintok Nejin ñõn lõl bwe En ekajet lõl, a bwe lõl en mour kin E.
Jab ekajet eo ej liki E; a emwij ekajet eo e jab liki E, bwe e ar jab liki etan juõn wõt Nejin Anij e ar keutak.
Im men in ekajet eo, bwe maram e mottok ñõn lõl, im armij rej yokwe marok elap jen maram, bwe jerbal ko air renana.                  Jon 3:16-19
Iroij e jab kemmer kin An kalimur, einwõt jet rej watõk rumij; a Ej meanwõr ñõn kom, im jab kõnan bwe jabrewõt en joko, a bwe ren otemjej itok im ukwelok ibeir.                                                        2 Piter 3:9
Inem ro nukin Israel otemjej ren kanuij jela, bwe Anij e ar kõmõnmõn Jisõs eo bwe En Iroij im Kraist, eo kom ar drebail E.
Im ke rej roñjake men in, elil burueir, im rej ba ñõnPiter im dri jilik ro jet, Kom ro jeim im jãtim ta eo kimin kõmõne?
Inem Piter ej ba ñõn ir, Kom otemjej komin ukwelok ibemi, im baptais ilo etan Jisõs Kraist bwe En julok jerawiwi ko ami, im kom naj bõk men in letok eo, Jitõb Kwojarjar.
Bwe kalimur eo ñõn kom, im ñõn ro nejemi, im ñõn ro otemjej retolok, ro jabrewõt Iroij ar Anij e naj kir ñõn E.                             Jerbal 2:36-39

Im mour ilo ejelok bar juõn: bwe ejelok bar juõn ãt iomin lõñ, im letok ñõn armij bwe jen mour ilo E.                                                      Jerbal 4:12

In em ta je naj ba?Jen ber ilo jerawiwi ke, bwe joij en orlok?
En jab eñin. Kij j’ar mij ñõn jerawiwi, ekijkan ar naj bar mour ilo e?
Ak kom jaje ke, bwe jabrewõt ro iar, j’ar baptais ilo Kraist Jisõs, j’ar baptais ilo an mij?
Bwe emwij kalibwin kij iben kin baptais ilo mij: bwe einwõt ar kejerkakbiji Kraistjen ro remij kin aibjuij an Jemen, bareinwõt kij jen etal ilo mour ekal.                                                                            Rom. 6:1-4

Bwe ro otemjej iami emwij baptais ir ilo Kraist r’ar kõnõk Kraist.                                                                                              Galetia 3:27

Inem elañe jabrewõt armij ej ber ilo Kraist e men in kõmõnmõn ekal: men ko mokta re lotlok; lo rej erom kal.                        2 Corinthians 5:17

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