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Throughout Scripture, the names of people and places are rich with meaning. Today, David Jeremiah considers the powerful meaning of a name given to the Word of God: the Sword of the Spirit. Click below to listen to, “Accessing the Word of God.” https://t.co/1OggTZntIC https://t.co/AVMh9S5HV6

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David Jeremiah
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Founder of Turning Point | Delivering the unchanging Word of God to an ever-changing world
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