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The Cure for “I” Disease – Part B

Left unchecked, every person would focus on themselves and live only to please themselves. In the message “The Cure for 'I' Disease,” Skip talks about how redemption through Jesus brings with it a different lifestyle.

This teaching is from the series Heart & Soul: A Study Through Romans.

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