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Our Greatest Need
Dave Noffsinger
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“ Great Sermon! ”
My Brother, This message was a special encouragement to me on my drive. It truly made me desire to revel in my weakness for Christ's sake.

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Job 34-37
Jim Jarrett
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“ The Change in Elihu ”
Brother Jim, Your lessons have been a great help to me in my own journey through Job with my church. Our approach is a little different, but I assure you that the spirit behind our approach is quite the same. This lesson was such a help to me as you show Elihu's far-off gaze at the approaching storm. Great stuff.

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While in reach of wi-fi, I downloaded this and then listened to it later. I wanted to get back on here and comment that I am greatly burdened over the policy to both provide hope to soldiers as a chaplain and being virtually stripped of all authority to do so. I am equally burdened by the weight of my calling which requires to ignore such an implied directive. God will, meanwhile, close the door when He is good and ready.

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Bill Sturm | Fayetteville, NC  Find all comments by Bill Sturm
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The Prayers of David Are Ended
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Brother Sexton says he is preaching Psalm 79. Is this message mis-labeled?


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