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Have You Seen God Lately? – Part 1 – Part A

Children ask uncomfortable questions like, “How big is God? Where does He live? Why can’t I see Him? Does He ever come out and play?” We adults hem and haw trying to find answers because we want to know the same things! Unfortunately we don't always have good answers. The first commandment on God’s Top Ten was to ensure that people worship Him exclusively; the second commandment was to ensure that people worship Him correctly.

This teaching is from the series God’s Top Ten.

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The Connect with Skip radio broadcast with Skip Heitzig is a daily program that equips believers to live according to God's principles with powerful and engaging teachings that will captivate, encourage, and excite you.
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