Lutheran Evangelical Protestant

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The Lutheran Evangelical Protestant Church
... The Evangelical Protestant Church (GCEPC),The Lutheran Evangelical Protestant Church (LEPC) is a mainline Protestant denomination under the General Conference ... The EPC GCEPC/LEPC is one among a number of small Lutheran denominations that came about because of a felt need for sound doctrine and Biblical ... The Lutheran Evangelical Protestant Church (EPC/GCEPC LEPC) ministers across the United States of America and around the world ...
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    So the old flute was doomed and its fate was pathetic,
    ‘Twas fastened and burned at the stake as heretic,
    While the flames roared around it they heard a strange
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