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The Gospel We Proclaim Part 1

Turn on the TV and what do you get? A lot of bad news. But even under Roman oppression, the early church rejoiced in some really good news—the Gospel. They proclaimed the message that Jesus came to seek and save sinners.

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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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