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Mr. & Mrs. R. N. Grisham - Preaching To You / Well Be At Home Again (Shellac)

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    Home > Skill Builders. R-Rated: Preaching the HARD Texts of the Bible. 4 tips to preaching the challenging parts of God's Word. Daniel Fusco. I love the Bible. And I love getting to teach it. Maybe I am weird, but I really love the hard parts of the Bible. There is something that happens, first within the heart of a pastor, and then within the.
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    Feb 28,  · I always think going into a situation you should endevour to feed and encourage the saints whilst challenging the unsaved. In terms of the hymns, if you have worked there for three years you should take a hymnbook home with you and go over it and you will soon find hymns that complement your message.
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    5. The Lord Jesus talked about you in Luke “When you give a party (or banquet or dinner), do not invite those who can repay the favor. Instead, invite the poor and the blind, the lame and the maimed, the handicapped–those who cannot repay you–and you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous.” That last promise is Luke
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