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Biblical Compassion (Part 1)

Compassion has become an overused word in the modern world and has come to mean nothing more than sympathetic tolerance. In Biblical Compassion, a five-part teaching series from the book of Jonah, Michael Youssef explains the difference between the biblical compassion of the God of Scripture and humanistic compassion.

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