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Dying With Christ Part 2

What kind of legacy will you and I leave behind? The Apostle Paul left a legacy of faithfulness to Christ to the very end of his life. He died as a martyr in Rome. But how should we as Christians face death today?

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Erwin Lutzer
Erwin Lutzerhttp://www.moodychurch.org/
Running the race of life is hard. But with the Bible front and center and a heart to encourage, trusted pastor, Erwin Lutzer takes you on a journey into the Word to help you make it across the finish line.
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