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IF YOUR HEART IS RIGHT, IS IT WRONG?
“If your heart is truly right, is it wrong?” This is a common theme I am hearing this year. Whether this is a statement or question, there is a problem. The dilemma is that we can say that if our … Continue reading
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Then they will rebuild the ancient ruins, they will raise up the former devastations; And they will repair the ruined cities, the desolations of many generations. ~Isaiah 61:4 NASB ———- The following is chapter 4 in its entirety from my book … Continue reading
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