S.V.S.G embraces Toa

By Pai Mulitalo Ale ,

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SHARING HER STORY: Toaipuapuaga Opapo with S.V.S.G staff members.

SHARING HER STORY: Toaipuapuaga Opapo with S.V.S.G staff members.

The children under the care of the Samoa Victim Support Group (S.V.S.G) had the chance to hear from Toaipuapuaga Opapo, the woman who claims to be carrying the marks of Jesus Christ’s suffering on Tuesday.

President of S.V.S.G, Siliniu Lina Chang, said she was pleased that Toa had visited the children who entertained her and gave her lots to smile about. 

 “I wish a miracle could happen to make you all forget the pain that you have suffered,” Toa told to the children. 

She reminded them that God hears all their prayers but they need to remain strong and faithful.

“God showed me that there is heaven and hell and returned me so that many lives can be saved.” 

She added that Jesus will never turn his back on people who need help and God will never abandon his children. 

“Let’s just forget about those who are pointing fingers at us,” she said. 

The children shed tears after Toa shared her story.

“I will make my time available one day, so that we can share what’s in our mind and in our hearts, and not to keep anything to themselves.” 

Toa’s father, Reverend Opapo, has been a part of the S.V.S.G family for many years. 

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