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Duggar daughter and husband excited the apocalypse may be coming ‘quicker than any of us may realize’

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A Duggar daughter and her husband are preparing for the apocalypse the way they do everything else — publicly. Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard are documenting their preparations for the end of days after returning home from missionary work with “spiritually dead in Central America,”...
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