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Who Were the Wise Men? A

Is what you know about the wise men more influenced by tradition than the biblical account? So who were these men and why did they come to visit Jesus? Find out today on “Grace to You” with John MacArthur.

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Find out how you can be at peace with God for eternity as John MacArthur shows you fifteen words that sum up the most powerful truth in all of Scripture.
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