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Who Will Intercede? (Part 4)

In times of spiritual crisis and desperate need, God’s people must intercede for their families, neighborhoods, churches, cities, nations, and the world. In Who Will Intercede?, Michael Youssef details the power and importance of intercession as it is revealed in Scripture through the lives of Ezekiel, Job, Moses, Joshua, and Abraham. Respond to God’s call and stand in the gap today.

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Leading The Way with Dr. Michael Youssef is uniquely equipped to reach a global audience by using today’s technology to connect individuals with sound Biblical teaching—whether here at home or in closed countries and remote regions. Daily, Leading The Way is sharing the Gospel with the nations, broadcasting in multiple languages on radio and TV more than 13,000 times a week to audiences across 6 continents.
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