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This Is Not a Drill – III

Runners don’t win a prize for how fast they leave the starting block.  And similarly, when we run “for the prize of the high calling,” it’s all about how we finish. Monday on A NEW BEGINNING, Pastor Greg Laurie helps us learn how to finish well as he presents his final study in Nehemiah. 

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