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30: Consider Yourself One Of Us

No doubt Charles Dickens encapsulated the Orphan Spirit in Oliver Twist. All alone no one really cares, if its going to get done, its up to me. That’s how I always felt when I prayed, that was up until Monday morning.  In This Podcast discover more on battling the Orphan Spirit

Robby Dilmore
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The Christian Car Guy is LIVE Saturdays at 10am ET Automotive advice not by the Black Book, not by the Blue Book, but God's Book - The Bible. Get easy-to-understand advice relating to all your car needs from the Christian Car Guy, Robby Dilmore. From creaks to leaks, purchase or lease, the Christian Car Guy is your source for Biblical-based advice on all your automotive questions.
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